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The investigative division of the Department of Homeland Security has roughly two dozen members devoted to compiling evidence about a wide range of alleged crimes by R. Kelly:
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. on why flattery works in Donald Trump’s foreign policy:
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Revisiting Robert Penn Warren’s 1964 collection of civil-rights interviews, which capture the movement in its full dimensions:
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Karl Lagerfeld, who died last Tuesday, wanted to dominate the fashion industry, to preside over it, and to make grand pronouncements about how it should evolve:
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. reports on the latest rebellion in Chad, conducted mostly in the shadows:
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The new series "Flack," starring Anna Paquin, follows the most valuable employee of the world's most dastardly P.R. firm:
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Revisiting Robert Penn Warren’s 1964 collection of civil-rights interviews, which capture the movement in its full dimensions:
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The New Yorker 13h
. reports on the latest rebellion in Chad, conducted mostly in the shadows:
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The New Yorker 13h
R. Kelly is now the subject of multiple criminal investigations, reports:
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The New Yorker 13h
What to do in New York City this weekend:
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Benjamin Wallace-Wells and discuss how Bernie Sanders’s entry into the 2020 Presidential campaign reflects how the Democratic Party has, and hasn’t, changed since 2016:
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The latest rebellion in Chad brings into question the West’s approach to the region and its autocratic leaders:
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The New Yorker 16h
An early look at next week’s cover, "The Real Emergency," by Barry Blitt:
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The New Yorker 16h
Earlier today, the Presidential candidate Kamala Harris met with the Reverend Al Sharpton, the civil-rights activist and cable-news host, in Harlem:
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The New Yorker 16h
. reviews "Flack," a new series featuring Anna Paquin as a soulless character fished out out of the prefabricated-female-lead outlet:
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The New Yorker 17h
W.H. Auden was born one hundred and twelve years ago today. Read Hannah Arendt’s 1975 remembrance of the great English-American poet:
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The Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday to limit the practice of civil forfeiture, which allows police to seize any private property that is suspected to be involved in a crime. In 2013, our staff writer Sarah Stillman wrote about the often-abused practice:
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The New Yorker 19h
The second season of “At Home with Amy Sedaris” serves a wackadoo casserole, in which Sedaris plays a version of herself in somewhat the same sense as a child playing house:
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Listen to editor David Remnick discuss covers, cartoons, and how to bring a legendary magazine into the digital age.
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Today's daily cartoon by Karl Stevens:
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