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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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My Body and My Daughter: An In-Depth Analysis

A cartoon by Glynnis Fawkes about the multitude of ways in which her aging body apparently disgusts her young daughter.

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Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, and the Music of Success

Hua Hsu reviews ‘4:44‘ and ‘The Defiant Ones,‘ and discusses Jay-Z‘s and Dr. Dre‘s changing careers and narratives as they‘ve become businesses themselves.

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A Deportation at M.I.T., and New Risks for the Undocumented

Steve Coll writes about the detention of the undocumented immigrant Francisco Rodriguez, and how community support for him reflects a broader response to the Trump Administration.

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Tamara Shopsin Serves Up the Old, Weird Greenwich Village

Alexandra Schwartz on Tamara Shopsin‘s new book, ‘Arbitrary Stupid Goal,‘ and the author‘s experience as a born-and-raised New Yorker in a rapidly changing city.

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How to Meal-Prep for the Week Ahead, Become the Queen of Carrots, and

Celeste Ballard offers a humorous list of tips to help home cooks achieve root-vegetable regency.

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A Prisoner‘s Only Writing Machine

Daniel Gross writes about how the Swintec Corporation, a typewriter manufacturer, stays in business in the age of smartphones by marketing its product to the incarcerated.

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The Redeeming Virtues of a Phish Concert in New York

Amanda Petrusich on how the upcoming Phish concert this Friday, at Madison Square Garden, is a communal experience that New York City needs.

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How One of the Last American Typewriter Companies Survives

Daniel Gross writes about how the Swintec Corporation, a typewriter manufacturer, stays in business in the age of smartphones by marketing its product to the incarcerated.

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The Necessary Intimacy of Political Cinema

Richard Brody on cinema that is both personal and political, including ‘Privilege,‘ directed by Yvonne Rainer, and ‘La Chinoise,‘ directed by Jean-Luc Godard.

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Should O. J. Simpson Get Parole?

Jeffrey Toobin on O. J. Simpson‘s upcoming parole hearing, in Nevada, and the complexity of evaluating whether Simpson deserves release.

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A Lost Cat‘s Reincarnation, in Masahisa Fukase‘s ‘Afterword‘

Jos Ginarte writes about the images in the Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase‘s ‘Afterword,‘ whose subject is a cat named Sasuke Number Two.

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Avi Gabbay, the Israeli Labor Party‘s Surging Threat to Benjamin Netanyahu

Bernard Avishai on the threat to Benjamin Netanyahu posed by Avi Gabbay, the new leader of Israel‘s beleaguered Labor Party.

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Listen to Waxahatchee‘s ‘Brass Beam,‘ an Embrace of Her Southern Roots

Lauretta Charlton reviews the track ‘Brass Beam‘ off ‘Out in the Storm,‘ the new album from Waxahatchee, a project from the musician Katie Crutchfield.

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Trump‘s Clueless Abdication of Presidential Responsibility

John Cassidy examines President Trump‘s reaction to the collapse of the Republican effort to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, July 19th

David Sipress‘s Daily Cartoon considers all of the individuals from the Trump team who may have attended the Russia meeting.

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Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, July 12th

David Sipress‘s Daily Cartoon considers all of the individuals from the Trump team who may have attended the Russia meeting.

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The Hostage

Amelia Gray‘s Flash Fiction story about an anxious bank robber who gets more than he bargained for when a teller offers to be his hostage.

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Is the Nuclear Deal with Iran Slipping Away?

Robin Wright writes about the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers established by President Obama, which the Trump Administration is trying to undermine.

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