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Daily Cartoon: Thursday, October 19th

Kaamran Hafeez‘s Daily Cartoon considers the prices of gas and more.

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#MeToo, #ItWasMe, and the Post-Weinstein Megaphone of Social Media

Alexandra Schwartz writes about movements on social media to talk about sexual harassment and assault after the Harvey Weinstein allegations.

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Philip Glass Reveals His Love for the Cello

Russell Platt writes about a record of Matt Haimovitz playing the modernist composer Philip Glass‘s Partitas for Solo Cello.

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Statement from Members of the Weinstein Company Staff

Statement from Members of the Weinstein Company Staff

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Harvey Weinstein‘s Former Employees Reckon With What They Knew and What They Didn‘t

Dana Goodyear reports on the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment allegations, as his employees reckon with what they knew and what they didn‘t.

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Daily Cartoon: Thursday, October 16th

Kaamran Hafeez‘s Daily Cartoon considers the prices of gas and more.

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A New Chapter for the Disastrous United Nations Mission in Haiti

Edwidge Danticat on the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti, which is accused of having contributed to the havoc in the Caribbean nation.

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How Trump Is Empowering the Democrats

Ryan Lizza writes about how President Donald Trump‘s desire to upend the accomplishments of Barack Obama has given power to Democrats.

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I‘m Going to Europe to Work on My Tragic Addiction to Power and Privilege

Steven Markow writes a satirical piece imagining an executive responding to harassment allegations: ‘I‘ve decided to go to Europe to work on my tragic addiction to power and privilege.‘

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Welcome to the World of ‘Soviet‘ Feelings

Mikhail Iossel writes about the Soviet family tradition of avoiding political talk between parents and children, and how that strategy applies to the Trump Presidency.

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Is Trump Helping to Free American Hostages Worldwide?

David Rohde on the freeing of a family held hostage by the Taliban, and on Donald Trump‘s approach to Americans kidnapped by terrorists or foreign governments.

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Waiting for the ‘Trump Slump‘ in the Stock Market

John Cassidy writes about the bullish stock market under Donald Trump so far, and how past precedent indicates that a "Trump Slump‘ could be on the way.

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Donald Trump‘s Unseemly Condolence-Call Bragging Game

Amy Davidson Sorkin on Donald Trump‘s bragging about his condolence call to the wife of Sergeant La David T. Johnson, who was killed in Niger.

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The Rohingya‘s Desperate Journey Out of Myanmar

David Rohde writes about the photojournalist Moises Saman‘s images documenting the conditions that Rohingya refugees are enduring in Bangladesh after fleeing Myanmar.

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Thinking of Richard Wilbur and Molire While Listening to Emmanuel Macron

Adam Gopnik writes about Richard Wilbur, Molire, and the inspiration behind French President Emmanuel Macron‘s social policy.

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Lines from a Very Special ‘Sex and the City‘ Apocalypse Episode

Lauren Bans imagines humorous dialogue from a satirical apocalyptic episode of ‘Sex and the City.‘

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Hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico‘s Neo-Colonial Legacy

Jon Lee Anderson on life in the Puerto Rican town of Aibonito and how its residents are coping in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

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Yanks Get Even

Roger Angell writes about the Yankees‘ recent game against the Houston Astros at Yankee Stadium.

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‘Rick and Morty‘ Is Just the Show We Need for the American Apocalypse

Troy Patterson reviews the Adult Swim series ‘Rick and Morty,‘ co-created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, and examines its McDonald‘s Szechuan-sauce tie-in.

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Miley Cyrus, Adanowsky, and More: What We‘re Listening to This Week

New Yorker writers Carrie Battan, Nick Paumgarten, Amanda Petrusich, and Jonathan Blitzer share their musical musings on Cyrus‘s ‘Younger Now,‘ Adanowsky, and more.

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LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and the Quiet Brotherhood of the N.B.A.

Vinson Cunningham writes about the N.B.A. season-opening basketball game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics, in which Gordon Hayward suffered a gruesome injury.

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Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, October 18th

Jeremy Nguyen‘s Daily Cartoon goes trick-or-treating on Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Ted Danson Has Been Tormenting Larry David for Twenty-Five Years

Ian Crouch writes about the new season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,‘ in which Ted Danson and Larry David continue their fictional feud dating from the days of ‘Seinfield.‘

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Post Malone‘s ‘Rockstar‘ And YouTube‘s Value Gap

Matthew Trammell writes about how Post Malone‘s ‘Rockstar‘ used YouTube to reach No. 1 on the Top 100.

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