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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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Inside the minds of very good dogs:
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Andy Borowitz on the end of Trump.
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California has never been as alienated from political power as it is now, in the first year of the Trump era.
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Is there still hope that the emoluments lawsuits might topple Trump?
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This week, our writers are reading books by Katherine Faw, Alice McDermott, and Thomas Mullaney.
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Current and former Weinstein Company employees have come forward to insist that, in fact, they didn’t know.
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The German painter Charlotte Salomon poisoned her grandfather, and drew a portrait of him as he died:
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The hit true-crime podcast “Dirty John” blends entertainment and news in powerful, sometimes unnerving ways.
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Prosecutors were building a case against Ivanka and Donald Trump, Jr.,—then the D.A. was visit by a campaign donor.
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. reports on how Trump handed the government to Mike Pence—the conservative money machine’s inside man
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The E.P.A. can no more stop the decline of coal than Trump can prove that climate change is a hoax.
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The rescue of a family held by the Taliban was a rare piece of good news in a bleak landscape for American captives:
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Jonathan Franzen on being scared in Manhattan, in 1981:
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The outmoded views and unexpected emotions of Richard G. Stern’s novel “Other Men’s Daughters.”
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Hoover was a brilliant manager and an extraordinarily effective humanitarian. Why do we remember him as a failure?
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What happened when the staffers in the Weinstein Company's New York office listened to the tape of Harvey Weinstein.
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Are the emoluments lawsuits filed against President Trump dead?
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In the 1920s, oil was discovered under the Osage Indian Nation reservation, in Oklahoma. Then the murders began:
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A new chapter for the disastrous United Nations mission in Haiti:
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With Brazil registering 60,000 homicides a year, some are nostalgic for the bygone days of law and apparent order.
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