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The New Yorker

The Trump White House is suddenly seized with the issue of a government shutdown:
All of our readers can now access Rachel Carson’s 1962 series, “Silent Spring.” Read Part I here:
Self-defense training in Trump’s America
Laurie Wolf is here to be your guide and ambassador to the world of sophisticated pot recipes:
A cartoon by Will McPhail. Follow us on Instagram to see more:
The real Trump agenda: helping big business.
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Bill O’Reilly and the scorned women of Fox News:
On @NewYorkerRadio: Senator Elizabeth Warren, and how to pick a great cartoon.
Make it stop. A cartoon by @thePatByrnes. See more on Instagram:
A father and son go in search of an epic:
#Vanlife isn't just an aesthetic. #Vanlife isn't just a mentality. #Vanlife is—as people keep insisting—a “movement”
On Earth Day, a look back at how the environmental movement lost its momentum. #TNYarchive
This week in fiction: “Deaf and Blind,” a story by Lara Vapnyar.
At 40, Tucker Carlson was jobless. What followed was one of the most unlikely comebacks in the annals of cable news:
Jeff Sessions has expressed disdain for the very idea that police departments can be systemically flawed:
Joshua Yaffa discusses Russia’s role in the U.S. Presidential election and the fall of Aleppo:
A binder of secret documents is the center of the bizarre scandal created by the most reckless lie Trump ever told:
A cartoon by Lars Kenseth. Find more on our cartoon Instagram:
In @tnyshouts: “The Happy Games,” a national kids' art competition sponsored by a well-endowed federal arts budget.
Why Southern California doesn’t look like any place else.
In biology, everything is a vessel. This is the lesson we can learn from 5-foot-long clams that look like worms:
The switchboard operator who eavesdropped on conversations between Roy Cohn and Donald Trump:
Under terms set forth by Mick Mulvaney, Obamacare's ruin is once again tied up with keeping the government running:
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