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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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“Mudbound,” the director Dee Rees’s third feature, brought her freedom from student debt and some free time to play video games:
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In less than a year, the President, with help from the Alabama Senate candidate, has so damaged the Republican Party that it may never recover.
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When Dan Winters' close friend was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer, the two men decided to document its progression:
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Here’s a look back at our twenty-five most-read stories of 2017.
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On a weekend in August, the Los Angeles Convention Center was the setting for a surreal convergence of cosmetics, “influencers,” and a new generation of customer.
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Cold cases have long attracted amateur sleuths who work for years on “solving” the crime, but never do.
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A new Susan Sontag collection work lies somewhere between the bronze-plated imperiousness of her essays and the veil-yanking satisfactions of the journals:
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Anita Hill says that sexual-harassment cases live and die on the basis of “believability.”
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The updated New Yorker Today App is here, and it comes with magazine issues all the way back to 2008. Download here:
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What’s harder: writing a book, or spending a year in outer space? has the answer.
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The disdain that so many people feel for millennials reflects an unease about the forces of deregulation, globalization, and technological acceleration that are transforming everyone’s lives:
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Why do many knowledgeable observers think that Damien Hirst became a persona non grata in the art world, stripped of his relevance and power?
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After his eighteen-year-old daughter was killed, Taylonn Murphy sought to stop the violence in Harlem’s public-housing projects from within.
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In : If I clicked “Interested” on your event’s Facebook page, then I have already forgotten that your event exists.
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With its vision of artisanal businesses thriving side by side, the food hall seems like a victory for the little guy. It doesn’t always turn out that way:
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The belief among many of Sylvia Plath’s devotees seems to be that if we can get clear of other people’s fingerprints on her poems and letters, we will at last solve the riddle of her. But her griefs were ordinary; it is what she did with them that wasn’t.
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Stories circulate on Rikers about inmates who plead guilty to crimes they didn’t commit just to put an end to their ordeal, but Kalief Browder was determined to get his day in court. He had no idea how rare trials actually are.
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As David Hockney’s joy-packed retrospective unfolds across eight rooms at the Met, we’re reminded that beauty and ideas are not mutually exclusive and that good art is always, in some sense, conceptual.
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In such records of outsized human kindness, as the year comes to a close, Twitter offers its most unlikely trending topic yet: hope.
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The anti-natalist philosopher David Benatar argues that it would be better if no one had children ever again.
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