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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 New Yorker 24m
Is it possible to express skepticism about Kremlin interference without the Internet turning you into a pro-Trump propagandist?
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Are the ups and downs of climate change something to follow in the newspaper, like the Mets or the Yankees?
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How the conductor Christophe Rousset is reinvigorating the French Baroque:
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The ups and downs: ski-jumping illustrations from the Winter Olympics.
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Inside Donald Trump’s dirty deals abroad:
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As a moment in American politics, the pummelling of Marco Rubio at CNN’s town hall on guns felt like an expression of collective rage at the falseness of so much that happens in Washington:
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The former Olympic skier Bode Miller is calling his first Olympic Games, and his subdued announcing style has polarized viewers:
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The New Yorker 7h
Lost sleep, a phenomenon previously neglected by medical science, is now held responsible for a range of ailments:
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Many media outlets now regularly cover instances of extreme weather in remote corners of the world. How should readers understand these reports?
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In his new book “The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam,” the military historian Max Boot takes on the counter-insurgency maven:
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The New Yorker 9h
Marion Hammer is America’s most powerful gun lobbyist, breaking the careers of state politicians who dare to disagree. In the wake of Parkland, can the new student protests stop her dominance?
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The New Yorker 9h
Stand Your Ground—which was created by the N.R.A. lobbyist Marion Hammer—was introduced in the Florida legislature in 2004. Though no one realized it at the time, it would become the N.R.A.’s most controversial law:
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The New Yorker 10h
The return of the “TRL” generation could be an opportunity for honest reinvention. Instead, the artists, like Chris Carrabba and Justin Timberlake, rely on formulas and grand gestures:
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The New Yorker 10h
The Olympics have turned Grigory Rodchenkov, the man who helped expose Russia’s state-sponsored doping program, from whistle-blower back to sports nut:
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The New Yorker 11h
In Germany, where academic philosophers still equate dryness with seriousness, Peter Sloterdijk has a near-monopoly on irreverence:
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The New Yorker 11h
In : House on fire? Try lighting the bad fire on fire with your better, stronger fire, and you’ll likely find that your fire is winning.
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The New Yorker 12h
Martin McDonagh’s “Hangmen” is a pastiche about the patriarchy, old and new:
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Like “Spring Awakening”’s Melchior Gabor Melchior, Cameron Kasky and his Stoneman Douglas classmates have vowed to remake a world that failed them—a role that no teen should have to play, especially in the wake of tragedy and trauma:
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At one point, tried to watch “This Is Us” on her computer but clicked on what appeared to be an hour-long ad for the Jeep Wagoneer. Nope, that was just the latest episode:
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When the conductor Christophe Rousset presents music of the ancien régime, he adds subversive gestures:
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