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My Dentist‘s Murder Trial

Adultery, false identities, and a lethal sedation: a baroque courtroom drama unfolds in upstate New York.

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The National Enquirer‘s Fervor for Trump

The tabloid is defined by its predatory spirit. Why has it embraced the President with such sycophantic zeal?

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The Future of Coal Country

A local environmental activist fights to prepare her community for life beyond mining.

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The Gay Men Who Fled Chechnya‘s Purge

The stories of those who survived detention and torture and are now living undercover in Putin‘s Russia.

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The Adventure of a Skier

There was a line at the ski lift. The group of boys who had come on the bus had joined it, one next to the other, skis parallel, and every time it advanced-it was long and, instead of going straight, as in fact it could have, zigzagged randomly, sometimes upward, sometimes down-they stepped up or

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‘Golden Hill‘: A Crackerjack Novel of Old Manhattan

Francis Spufford‘s fiction dbut is a fast-paced romp, but it keeps its eyes on the moral conundrums of America.

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Kadir Nelson‘s ‘Bright Star‘

Franoise Mouly interviews Kadir Nelson about his cover illustration for this week‘s issue of The New Yorker, which celebrates the Fourth of July.

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Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons July 3, 2017

New cartoons from the magazine.

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Listening Booth: Young Thug‘s Rootsy Reinvention on ‘Family Don‘t Matter,‘ Featuring Millie Go Lightly

Doreen St. Flix writes about the rapper Young Thug‘s album ‘Beautiful Thugger Girls,‘ and the track ‘Family Don‘t Matter,‘ featuring Millie Go Lightly.

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The Image of American Hyperbole

Vinson Cunningham writes about Shana Novak‘s photo of a Kmart shopping bag bearing a hyperbolic slogan: ‘Life is ridiculously AWESOME.‘

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Excerpts from Steinbeck‘s Novel About the 2013-17 California Drought

Riane Konc on what John Steinbeck would have written about the recent drought in California.

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The Senate‘s Disastrous Health-Care Bill

Though the plan is morally shocking, politically it is not.

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Excerpts from Steinbeck‘s Novel About the 20132017 California Drought

Riane Konc on what John Steinbeck would have written about the recent drought in California.

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Prince‘s Purple Downpour: A Review of the Expanded ‘Purple Rain‘

Ben Greenman writes about the deluxe reissue of Prince‘s iconic album ‘Purple Rain,‘ a remastered four-disk set that includes rarities and outtakes.

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The Last Queen of Greenwich Village

Daniel Penny writes about Joseph Touchette, the ninety-three-year-old who may be the oldest drag queen in New York City.

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What Amazon‘s Purchase of Whole Foods Really Means

Joshua Rothman writes about Amazon‘s recent acquisition of Whole Foods, and how it might use the company to expand its retail and manufacturing operations.

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Weekly Culture Review: G.L.O.W., Prodigy, Transformers, and More

Hua Hsu presents a roundup of recent cultural happenings, including the dbut of the Netflix show ‘Glow‘ and the death of the rapper Prodigy.

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The Forgotten Men of Mudville

Corey Pandolph offers humorous mock baseball cards of players from fictional teams such as the Atlanta Polypeptides.

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What to Stream This Weekend: Five Films for Summertime

Richard Brody offers five summer-themed films available to stream online, including ‘Stranger by the Lake‘and ‘An Unmarried Woman.‘

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The Whispered Warnings of Radiohead‘s ‘OK Computer‘ Have Come True

Amanda Petrusich revisits Radiohead‘s album ‘OK Computer‘ on its twentieth anniversary, and discusses the band‘s reissue, ‘OKNOTOK.‘

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After Travis Kalanick‘s Resignation, Will Uber Really Change?

Anna Wiener discusses the resignation of Travis Kalanick, the brash C.E.O. and co-founder of Uber, and what‘s next for the company.

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‘The Beguiled‘: Sofia Coppola‘s Dubiously Abstract Vision of the Civil

Richard Brody reviews Sofia Coppola‘s new Civil War film, ‘The Beguiled,‘starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Colin Farrell.

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Episode 88: Ai Weiwei, and Doing Business with China

On Radio Hour with David Remnick and Evan Osnos, Ai Weiwei reflects on censorship, a congressman talks about trade with China, and Chinese students explain the country‘s Ivanka Trump fever.

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The Dubious Counting at the Center of the G.O.P.‘s Health-Care Reform

John Cassidy analyzes Mitch McConnell and the Republicans‘ new health-care bill, which would cut Medicaid to deliver tax cuts to wealthy households.

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