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Trump‘s Utter Denial About Saudi Arabia and Its Crown Prince

Robin Wright writes about Donald Trump‘s statement about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whom the C.I.A. has concluded ordered the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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The Entitled Hypocrisy of Ivanka Trump‘s Personal E-mail Account

John Cassidy writes on the significance of revelations that Ivanka Trump used a personal e-mail account, the behavior of Donald Trump, and possible repercussions, including threats of an investigation by Representative Elijah Cummings.

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The Leaderless Fight Against Nancy Pelosi‘s Leadership

Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about the Democrats in the House of Representatives who have signed a letter pledging to oppose Nancy Pelosi‘s bid for Speaker of the House, and about the need for Party leadership from Democrats in preparation for the 2020 elections against Trump.

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What to Stream Over Thanksgiving: The Best Film by the Coen Brothers

Richard Brody recommends movies by the Coen brothers to stream over Thanksgiving weekend, namely the one that he considers to be their best film: ‘The Big Lebowski.‘

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Positions in Which to Almost Sleep on a Plane

Cerise Zelenetz illustrates a humorous variety of positions in which one can try and fail to sleep on a plane.

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Touchstones: An Appreciation of Missy Elliott‘s 1997 Album, ‘Supa Dupa Fly‘

The rapper was somehow both intimidating and enticing, like a stranger from another universe, speaking in friendly tongues.

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Camille Laurens‘s ‘Little Dancer Aged Fourteen‘ Is a Fascinating Hybrid, and Obsessed with Obsession

Rumaan Alam reviews Camille Laurens‘s new book, ‘Little Dancer Aged Fourteen,‘ which explores the back story of Edgar Degas‘s famous sculpture and focusses on its subject, the young dancer Marie van Goethem.

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Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, November 20th

Brendan Loper‘s Daily Cartoon enjoys the short week before Thanksgiving.

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How I Talk About My Small Pennsylvania Home Town with Friends from Big Cities vs. How I Talk about It with People from My Home Town

Shannon Reed writes a humorous list of contrasting ways in which one speaks about her Pennsylvania home town among city friends, and how they speak about it with people from that home town.

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Touchstones: An Appreciation of Nirvana‘s 1991 Album, ‘Nevermind‘

The band‘s unglamorous style was a welcome reaction against the groupie-chasing, hard-partying posing that had dominated MTV for so long.

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An Appreciation of Missy Elliott‘s 1997 Album, ‘Supa Dupa Fly‘

The rapper was somehow both intimidating and enticing, like a stranger from another universe, speaking in friendly tongues.

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Touchstones: An Appreciation of Janet Jackson‘s 1989 Album, ‘Rhythm Nation 1814‘

The album envisioned a post-racial utopia founded on the power of groove, where performance could be its own kind of genius.

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Garth Greenwell Reads ‘The Frog King‘

Deborah Treisman hosts the author Garth Greenwell, who reads his short story ‘The Frog King,‘ from the November 26, 2018, issue of the magazine.

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Close at Hand with the Pianist Igor Levit

Fergus McIntosh accompanies the pianist Igor Levit to a lesson with his longtime teacher Matti Raekallio.

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The Stylish Socialist Who Is Trying to Save YouTube from Alt-Right Domination

Andrew Marantz interviews Natalie Wynn, the creator of the YouTube series ContraPoints, which talks back to alt-right rhetoric.

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Eichmann in Jerusalem-IV

REPORTER AT LARGE about the trial in Israel of Adolf Eichmann, former Nazi official, accused of playing a principal role in the Nazi program to exterminate

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Eichmann in Jerusalem-III

REPORTER AT LARGE, continued, about the Eichmann trial. The Nazi plan to physically exterminate the Jews of Europe was known as the "Final Solution". In

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Eichmann in Jerusalem-V

REPORTER AT LARGE about the trial in Israel of Nazi Adolf Eichmann. This section deals with his capture in Argentina by Israeli Secret Service and then

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Eichmann in Jerusalem-II

REPORTER AT LARGE about the trial of Adolf Eichmann-Pt, II In late 1938, the Nazis were no longer satisfied with depriving Jews of civil rights, but

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The Real Crisis Facing the Migrant Caravan in Tijuana

Eric Lach interviews Jonathan Blitzer about problems facing the Central American migrant caravan as it reaches Tijuana, Mexico, across the border from San Diego, where the Trump Administration will not allow them to apply for asylum.

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Winning Votes

Jeffrey Toobin delves into the voting-rights fight in ‘Winning Votes,‘ from the November 26, 2018, issue of The New Yorker.

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The Countdown to Brexit

David Remnick talks with the London-based staff writers Sam Knight and Rebecca Mead about the ongoing challenges of Brexit.

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A Brief History of Apple-Cider Vinegar, Nature‘s Cure-All

Leslie Stein illustrates a humorous history of apple-cider vinegar.

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‘Seasonal Associate‘ Is a Labor Memoir for the Amazon Era

Naomi Fry writes about Heike Geissler‘s ‘Seasonal Associate,‘ published in German in 2014, and newly translated to English by Katy Derbyshire, about life as a worker at an Amazon warehouse.

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