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Sean Spicer Will Be Remembered for His Lies

Ryan Lizza on Sean Spicer‘s resignation and what it will take for other White House figures to start quitting on principle.

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What the Layoffs Look Like at the Carrier Plant Trump Said He‘d Save

Charles Bethea interviews Brenda Darlene Battle, a twenty-five-year Carrier veteran who left her job amid layoffs at the Indiana plant that Trump promised to save.

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What It‘s Like to Get Laid Off at the Carrier Plant Trump Said He‘d Save

Charles Bethea interviews Brenda Darlene Battle, a twenty-five-year Carrier veteran who lost her job amid layoffs at the Indiana plant that Trump promised to save.

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Sean Spicer‘s Last Day at the White House

Andrew Marantz on Sean Spicer‘s resignation as White House press secretary, after Donald Trump appointed Anthony Scaramucci as his new communications director.

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A Conversation with the New York Times Reporter Maggie Haberman, Trump‘s Favorite Foe

David Remnick speaks to Maggie Haberman, the New York Times White House correspondent, about Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, attacks on the media, and more.

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A Rookie Reporter Covers the Vietnam War; Maggie Haberman‘s White House

A rookie‘s account of Vietnam in 1967 changed how we saw the war. And Maggie Haberman, of the New York Times, on the gang war inside the White House.

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Movies to Stream This Weekend: The Boundaries of Horror

Richard Brody writes about horror movies to stream this weekend on Amazon and the Criterion Channel, including ‘Shutter Island‘ and ‘The Love Witch.‘

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What to See in Movie Theatres This Weekend

Richard Brody and Anthony Lane offer quick takes on current theatrical releases, including ‘Girls Trip,‘ ‘Lady Macbeth,‘ ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming,‘ and ‘The Big Sick.‘

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The True Nature of John McCain‘s Heroism

James Carroll on how the Arizona senator John McCain, recently diagnosed with a brain tumor, transformed the experience of imprisonment into a rare political openness.

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The Beatrice Inn‘s Over-the-Top Delicacies

Angie Mar bought this restaurant from Graydon Carter and turned it into a buzzy foodie destination simply by exalting her personal love of meat.

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The Resurrection of Freak Bar

In 2012, the carnivalesque Coney Island bar was devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Now it‘s back.

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Panorama‘s Contemporary Scope

Frank Ocean, Solange, Tame Impala, and more share top billing at the three-day blockbuster on Randall‘s Island.

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The Cooper Hewitt‘s All-Ages Affair

On Thursday evenings, the museum hosts an outdoor party with live music-children are welcome, and there‘s a cash bar for the cocktail set.

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An Opera of Russia‘s Brutal History

Dvok‘s ‘Dimitrij,‘ at Bard SummerScape, is a tale of idealism, intrigue, and failed love, set in the Time of Troubles.

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Daily Cartoon: Friday, July 21st

Mike Twohy‘s Daily Cartoon shows a jester in a royal court.

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Maintenance Log: Disney Hall of Presidents, August, 2017

Cullen Crawford imagines the humorous records of a maintenance worker caring for the Donald Trump animatron at Disney World.

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Chester Bennington, Whose Cathartic Anger Fuelled Linkin Park, Dies at Forty-One

Amanda Petrusich on Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park, who has died at age forty-one.

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Christopher Nolan‘s Wartime Epic

‘Dunkirk‘ is a harrowing look at a barely averted British catastrophe.

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Donald Trump‘s Addled and Ominous Interview with the Times

John Cassidy on Donald Trump‘s Interview with the New York Times, in which he discussed health care, Jeff Sessions, James Comey, Russia, and other topics.

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Should Democrats Become ‘The Party of No‘?

Ryan Lizza joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how Democrats can exploit Trump‘s vulnerabilities.

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Donald Trump‘s Crazy and Ominous Interview With the Times

John Cassidy on Donald Trump‘s Interview with the New York Times, in which he discussed health care, Jeff Sessions, James Comey, Russia, and other topics.

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Evil Pitches for the ‘Game of Thrones‘ Creators Instead of ‘Confederate‘

Broti Gupta imagines a humorous list of TV-show pitches in response to HBO‘s green-lighting of ‘Confederate,‘ from the ‘Game of Thrones‘ creators.

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Luc Besson‘s ‘Valerian,‘ Michael Bay‘s ‘Transformers,‘ and the Severe

Richard Brody reviews Luc Besson‘s ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,‘ starring Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, and Rihanna.

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Anthony Roth Costanzo Sings Handel at National Sawdust

Russell Platt on Anthony Roth Costanzo‘s performance in Handel‘s ‘Aci, Galatea, e Polifemo,‘ at National Sawdust.

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