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The Georgia Sixth Result Is a Reality Check to Democrats

John Cassidy on the Democrat Jon Ossoff‘s loss to his Republican challenger, Karen Handel, in the special congressional election in Georgia‘s sixth district.

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Chris Christie‘s Opioid Commission and the Future of the A.C.A.

Margaret Talbot on the commission, formed by Trump and chaired by Chris Christie, to address the opioid-addiction crisis.

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Before the New Netflix Series, Whet Your Whistle with ‘G.L.O.W.,‘ the Documentary

Sarah Larson reviews ‘G.L.O.W.,‘ the 2012 documentary by Brett Whitcomb about the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, which is streaming on Netflix and inspired a new scripted series.

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The Trials of Britain and Theresa May

John Cassidy on the tumultuous circumstances-including a spate of terrorist attacks and the Grenfell Tower fire-facing Prime Minister Theresa May as Parliament opens.

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With ‘Transformers: The Last Knight,‘ Michael Bay Becomes an Experimental Filmmaker: Review

Richard Brody reviews Michael Bay‘s ‘Transformers: The Last Knight,‘ starring Mark Wahlberg.

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Gifts for Grads

Lauren Weinstein offers humorous ideas for gifts for new graduates that range from good luggage to fifty gallons of sunscreen.

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What Will Trump Do with Half a Million Backlogged Immigration Cases?

Jonathan Blitzer writes about the backlog of immigration cases and Attorney General Jeff Sessions‘s plan to hire more judges to enforce Trump‘s policies.

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What Women Want on ‘I Love Dick‘

The show is a feminist cringe-comedy and, like its horny antiheroine, it‘s also a train wreck.

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Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons June 26, 2017

New cartoons from the magazine.

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The Piano Teacher‘s Pupil

‘The Brahms?‘ she said. ‘Shall we struggle through the Brahms?‘The boy, whose first lesson with Miss Nightingale this was, said nothing. But, gazing at the silent metronome, he smiled a little, as if the silence pleased him. Then his fingers touched the piano keys and, when the first notes sounded, Miss Nightingale knew that she

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The Occult Roots of Modernism

Josphin Pladan‘s mystical art exhibitions, in Paris, set the stage for everything from Kandinsky‘s abstractions to Eliot‘s ‘The Waste Land.‘

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‘The Beguiled‘ and ‘The Big Sick‘

Sofia Coppola‘s Civil War movie, starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Colin Farrell, and a comedy starring and co-written by Kumail Nanjiani.

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Peter de Sve‘s ‘Topknot‘

Peter de Sve tells Franoise Mouly about his man-bun-themed cover art for the latest issue of the magazine, which was inspired by the artist‘s home base of Brooklyn.

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China‘s Mistress-Dispellers

How the economic boom and deep gender inequality have created a new industry.

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How A. E. Housman Invented Englishness

The poet‘s longing for a lost golden age is now a national identity.

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Trump Steaks, but for Hotels

The new American Idea chain has nothing to sell but the President.

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The Front Row: ‘Actress‘

Richard Brody discusses Robert Greene‘s 2014 documentary, ‘Actress,‘ about Brandy Burre.

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The Real Problem with Megyn Kelly‘s Alex Jones Segment

Amy Davidson on Megyn Kelly‘s problematic interview with the far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, whom Donald Trump has praised.

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Behind the Scenes with Laura Loomer, the Right-Wing Activist Who Crashed ‘Julius Caesar‘

Andrew Marantz on Laura Loomer, the right-wing activist who interrupted the Public Theatre‘s Shakespeare in the Park performance of ‘Julius Caesar.‘

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Behind the Democrats‘ Emoluments Lawsuit Against Trump

Jeffrey Toobin writes about the case brought by congressional Democrats against President Donald Trump based on the emoluments clause of the Constitution.

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Souad Mekhennet‘s ‘I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad‘

Alexis Okeowo reviews the Arab-German journalist Souad Mekhennet‘s new book, ‘I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad.‘

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Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, June 20th

Corey Pandolph‘s Daily Cartoon considers health-care reform, bipartisanship, and blankets.

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Souad Mekhennets I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad

Alexis Okeowo reviews the Arab-German journalist Souad Mekhennet‘s new book, ‘I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad.‘

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Trump Hooks for Any Occasion

Hallie and Nick Bateman offer a humorous list of ways to acknowledge the Trump Presidency on Craigslist, Kickstarter, and other online forums.

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