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The New Yorker

If movie culture reflects who we are, then who the hell are we?
How did Michael Flynn go from being a talented military general to embracing conspiracy theories on the Internet?
When a Bronx father tried to send his incarcerated son a care package, he got unexpected news:
What Trump resembled at the lectern was an old-fashioned autocrat wielding a very familiar rhetorical strategy:
What lies at the bottom of Trump's Putinophilia?
How do you fight an enemy that's just kidding? How jokes won the election:
After a month in office, Donald Trump has already proved himself unable to discharge his duties:
What does @megynkelly really believe? Her book, “Settle for More,” offers clues.
Why Rumi, a lifelong scholar of the Koran and Islam, is hardly ever described as Muslim:
How arguments about nuclear weapons shaped the debate over global warming:
Zarif Khan, a.k.a. Hot Tamale Louie, arrived in small-town Wyoming in 1909 and eventually became a local legend:
Why did the Boxcar Children never indulge in mischief like the other kids in books did?
The first victims of repealing Obamacare will be the sick and the poor:
Curtis Sittenfeld reads her story “The Prairie Wife”:
The loneliness of the subway nap:
The movie with a thousand plot lines:
Will only the wealthy survive?
What Michael Flynn’s downfall reveals about the Trump White House:
David Remnick on Donald Trump and the enemies of the American people:
Ayelet Waldman's new book—part diary, part stringent drug-policy argument—is one defined by uneasy multitudes:
.@andrewmarantz reports from the briefing room, as a shell-shocked press corps processes Trump's press conference:
Why is feminism still so divisive? #TNYarchive
Donald Trump’s press conference achieved virtually nothing, except scaring the bejeezus out of the world:
“They love Trump’s straight-up, no-nonsense talk,” a Border Patrol agent says of his colleagues:
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