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The New Yorker 4h
Considering that he was a young gay Asian artist in New York in the 1980s, the photographer Tseng Kwong Chi’s responses to resurgent conservatism were notably playful.
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The New Yorker 5h
“Children have to be out of Border Patrol custody, or, if possible, never in Border Patrol custody to begin with. Clearly, they are incapable of providing suitable conditions at any time for any children,” the C.E.O. of a Texas-based nonprofit says.
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The New Yorker 6h
At the opening day at the Cactus Store, in New York City’s Lower East Side, the crowd was mostly young and fashionable, mixing full-arm tattoos and obscurely logo-ed baseball caps with the occasional Rolex or beat-up Chanel bag.
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The New Yorker 6h
Our July 4th sale is here. Save 50% and get a free limited-edition tote:
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The New Yorker 7h
Tiffany Cabán’s campaign for District Attorney in Queens started with five texts from a friend: Dude Run for DA in Queens Let’s make it happen You’ve got the vacation days Let’s go
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The New Yorker 7h
The Congolese musician Simaro Lutumba passed away in March, marking the end of a musical era.
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The New Yorker 8h
The Trump Administration's use of the Espionage Act against journalists' sources has become seemingly routine.
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The New Yorker 8h
The Trump era has brought a surfeit of awful news, the latest of which involves another rape allegation against the President.
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The New Yorker 9h
Desperate patients are increasingly turning to crowdsourcing for help with medical expenses. In a competitive market, it's often those with the most heartbreaking stories who are the most successful.
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The New Yorker 9h
Anthony Bourdain would have been 63 today. After his death, wrote, "Bourdain felt like . . . your realest, smartest friend, who wandered outside after beers at the local one night and ended up in front of some TV cameras and decided to stay there."
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The New Yorker 10h
Of her wildly successful children’s book from 1983, said, “Certain kinds of people do what they do—they look at it, they’re proud of it—and then they move right on. ‘Thank u, next,’ as Ariana Grande likes to say.”
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The New Yorker 10h
San Francisco, home to the Juul Labs headquarters, has banned the sale of e-cigarettes. Revisit ’s deep dive on the driving forces behind Juul’s popularity.
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The New Yorker 11h
The C.E.O. of , a nonprofit that provides legal counsel to immigrants, discusses the most important problems facing detained children.
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The New Yorker 11h
A brief history of fashion at the N.B.A. draft, from the 1970s to today.
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rachel syme 13h
OK SO, for the Kid Lit series, I wrote about the truly wackadoo children's adventure Bette Midler wrote in 1983 about a baby in heels (yes heels) whose fairy godmothers bring her...fabulosity?
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The New Yorker 12h
What is the Espionage Act and how does it impact journalists and whistle-blowers hoping to expose abuses of power?
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The New Yorker 13h
A respected and well-known writer has accused President Trump of raping her. How are we, as a country, reckoning with this news?
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The New Yorker 14h
If you just bought a one-piece swimsuit with the stomach cut out, don’t fret: you can use it as a Björn carrier for your dog.
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The New Yorker 14h
Spencer Pratt loves hummingbirds. At home, in Carpinteria, there was one that came to visit him often, which he had named Allen. Now, advancing carefully toward a hummingbird, Pratt’s voice became lilting. “This guy is dope! Dopey, get that nectar!”
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The New Yorker 15h
The Cactus Store, a pop-up on the Lower East Side, has a very specific clientele, according to its crew: “Most cactus growers start to resemble the plants.” “Spiny and grumpy.” “They’re total freaks.”
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