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The New Yorker

Why facts don't change our minds:
The magnificent cross-cultural recordings of Kenya’s Kipsigis tribe:
No journalist in the nation knew more about Trump than the investigative reporter Wayne Barrett:
The timing for Claudia Rankine's Racial Imaginary Institute could not be more auspicious:
By running for D.N.C. Chair, Keith Ellison hopes to lead a populist opposition against Trump.
This week's cover, “#OscarsNotSoWhite,” by Eric Drooker:
In Europe's unofficial settlements, refugee children are sleeping on sidewalks and in traffic medians:
It’s hard to know whom to root for in @HuntedCBS, the new reality show:
Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club is likely to fare poorly as global warming causes sea levels to rise:
Artificial intelligence has achieved much of its recent success by mimicking biology. Now it must go further:
A Border Patrol agent tells @JonathanBlitzer that with Trump as President, “morale in the agency is sky-high”:
Wear a part of history. “The March,” by Abigail Gray Swartz
A new crowdsourcing project aims to transcribe thousands of pages of manuscripts from Shakespeare's England:
Curtis Sittenfeld reads her story “The Prairie Wife”:
Can it be that the Great American Novel was written by an Argentinean?
ARK is a facility not unlike the Delta Sky Club, but for pets:
Wear a part of history. “The March,” by Abigail Gray Swartz:
The photographer Peter van Agtmael’s work delivers new ways of seeing American violence and fortitude:
Elon Musk has delivery issues:
“The Man in the High Castle,” an adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 1962 novel, has attained a grim new resonance:
Until Donald Trump came along there hadn’t been a truly embarrassing Presidency:
ICYMI: Tune in now for "The Stuff of Fiction" with David Remnick, Claudia Rankine, @SalmanRushdie, and Tony Kushner.
Tune in now for "The Stuff of Fiction" with David Remnick, Claudia Rankine, @SalmanRushdie, and Tony Kushner:
A staffer from the Obama Administration recalls watching Trump's win from inside the White House:
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