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The World that Wayne LaPierre and Donald Trump Live In

Adam Gopnik on the importance of resisting, rather than placating, the pro-gun lobby led by the National Rifle Association and the opposition to comprehensive gun-control legislation.

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A Korean-American Cartoonist‘s Winter Olympics Anxiety

With the Olympic Games happening in her home country, for the first time her my lifetime, the cartoonist Dami Lee wondered, What if no one showed up?

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What to Stream This Weekend

Richard Brody recommends movies based on books, available to stream on Amazon and iTunes, including ‘Daisy Miller,‘ ‘Hermia & Helena,‘ and more.

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After the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Healing the Deepest Fracture

The displays of Korean unity, during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, were important, the novelist Min Jin Lee writes, but they don‘t address the fissures that remain between North Korea and South Korea, two nations still technically at war.

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Daily Self-Negations

Did you just eat that yogurt a little too tenderly? Are you still haunted by that time you wore a fedora? Cora Frazier lists the satirical day-to-day self-negations that are holding you back.

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The Limitations of American Restaurants‘ No-Tipping Experiment

Elizabeth Dunn on why some American restaurants have tried to end tipping-in order to offer employees benefits, to prepare for a rising minimum wage-and why few have succeeded.

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Review: The Pseudo-Mysterious Seriousness of ‘Annihilation‘

Richard Brody reviews ‘Annihilation,‘ starring Natalie Portman, Oscar Isaac, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tessa Thompson, and Gina Rodriguez, and directed by Alex Garland.

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A Teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Returns to School

Charles Bethea interviews a teacher who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week about returning to her classroom for the first time since the ordeal.

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An Alternative Oscars Ceremony, and Masha Gessen on Putin‘s Russia and Trump‘s America

The New Yorker hosts an alternative Oscars ceremony, and Masha Gessen discusses Russian and American politics.

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Rod Rosenstein Renews the Call to Find a Federal Prosecutor‘s Killer

Jeffrey Toobin writes about the unsolved murder of Tom Wales, the Assistant United States Attorney in Seattle, and Rod Rosenstein‘s recent efforts to bring more attention to the case.

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An Alternative Oscars Ceremony, and Masha Gessen on Putin‘s Russia and Trump‘s America

The New Yorker hosts an alternative Oscars ceremony, and Masha Gessen discusses Russian and American politics.

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A Midwestern High Schooler‘s Intimate, Imperfect Portrait of Adolescence

Eren Orbey writes about the young photographer Colin Combs, whose unvarnished photographs capture the insouciant dignity of a group of skaters and artists coming of age in Dayton, Ohio, sometimes called the heroin capital of the United States.

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The Cat-Carrier

Maria Stoian illustrates a humorous cartoon about the task of getting a cat into its carrier.

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The Never Again Movement Gains Momentum

Emily Witt reports from student demonstrations at the Florida state capitol by the Never Again movement, which is advocating for stricter gun-control legislation after the Parkland school shooting.

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‘Ugly Delicious‘ Reviewed: David Chang Combats Culinary Purity in His New Netflix Series

Helen Rosner reviews ‘Ugly Delicious,‘ the new Netflix series

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Bonus Daily Cartoon: Snow Job

Barry Blitt‘s Daily Cartoon shows a wintry pursuit.

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Rival Russians, United by Fate, in the Women‘s Figure-Skating Final at the Winter Olympics

Sarah Larson on the women‘s figure-skating finals at the 2018 Winter Olympics, in which Alina Zagitova won the gold over her Russian teammate Evgenia Medvedeva.

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The Spring Awakening of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Theatre Kids

Michael Schulman on how the Tony Award-winning rock musical ‘Spring Awakening‘ relates to the experience of the student survivors of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting.

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The Cat Carrier

Maria Stoian illustrates a humorous cartoon about the task of getting a cat into its carrier.

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Oh, Shoot: Illustrations from the Biathlon Mixed Relay at the Winter Olympics

Edward Steed‘s cartoons of the biathlon mixed relay at the 2018 Winter Olympics, in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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A Day at the Winter Olympics, in Pyeongchang

Marcellus Hall illustrates and narrates a day at the Winter Olympics, in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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Daily Cartoon: Friday, February 23rd

In Peter Kuper‘s Daily Cartoon, lawmakers take aim at gun-control laws.

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Ask the N.R.A.!

In this satirical advice column, Sarah Hutto imagines the N.R.A.‘s response to straightforward, everyday problems: There‘s a fire? Fight it-with fire! Bees are stinging you? Sting them right back!

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The N.R.A. Lobbyist Behind Florida‘s Pro-Gun Policies

Mike Spies on Marion Hammer‘s unique influence over legislators, which has produced laws that dramatically alter long-held American norms.

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