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The New Yorker is a weekly magazine with a mix of reporting on politics and culture, humor and cartoons, fiction and poetry, and reviews and criticism.
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The Office of Refugee Resettlement is completely unprepared for the thousands of immigrant children now in its care.
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France’s national team is a picture of multiculturalism, but their acclaim may suggest that the integration of French society is further along than it actually is:
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This week's fiction, “The Luck of Kokura,” by Gary Shteyngart: "He had fled New York. Fled his wife and his son and his son’s autism diagnosis. Fled his hedge fund, This Side of Capital, and all its troubles. Not that he had done anything wrong."
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In 1984, Prince recorded a song called “Paisley Park,” for his seventh record, “Around the World in a Day.” Three years later, it was real: in 1987, he built a 65,000-square-foot, $10 million recording complex in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
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Tom Kiefer's series of detailed, exuberant photos reassigns value to objects seized from migrants by C.B.P. agents: (From 2017)
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"Thousands of children are learning what it is to be objects of deliberate state-sponsored cruelty," David Remnick writes. "It is on this platform that the President has chosen to lead his party into the 2018 midterm elections."
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At the Otero County Jail, in Chaparral, New Mexico, immigrant mothers have more questions than answers about their missing children:
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Andrés Manuel López Obrador is running for President on a promise to remake Mexico in the spirit of its founding revolutionaries. If the polls can be believed, he is almost certain to win:
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Everyone—or almost everyone—in America has a cell phone, but, in a 5–4 decision, the Supreme Court decided that this does not mean that all Americans are subject to close surveillance of their movements, conducted without a warrant, stretching back in time
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On Wednesday afternoon, President Trump traded one border crisis for another: instead of separating immigrant children from their parents, the U.S. government will now detain moms and dads indefinitely alongside their sons and daughters:
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Since April, Dr. Tara Neubrand, a pediatric emergency-medicine physician, has seen three toddlers from Guatemala and Honduras—two boys and a girl who were forcibly separated from their parents by Border Patrol agents at the U.S.–Mexico border:
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Jahseh Onfroy, better known as the artist XXXTentacion, lived his short life chaotically, violently:
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Koko, who died in her sleep this week, at forty-six, was the world’s foremost celebrity gorilla. 
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Mothers in a New Mexico prison do not know how to find their children:
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Among the ranks of the SoundCloud rap generation, there are pranksters, heartthrobs, and dilettantes, but Jahseh Onfroy, better known as the artist XXXTentacion, clawed to the surface as the genre’s wretched bard:
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The questions that Thomas Mann pondered during his California exile—What is the future of democracy? Can the civilized world hold back the forces of irrationalism?—are very much in the air.
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One of Thomas Mann’s great insights was that a civilization decays from within. He understood as well as anyone the deep, twisted cultural roots of the Nazi catastrophe. He died without a homeland—a German exile turned American exile.
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When a guide at Paisely Park pointed out a little circle of spilled wax on the carpet—Prince himself had spilled that wax!— gazed at it longingly, hoping that something significant might be revealed.
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France won the European Cup in 2000. That same year, more than a third of respondents to a French survey said that “there were too many players of foreign origin” on the team:
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Already, the Office of Refugee Resettlement is housing children for much longer stays than it is accustomed to doing.
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