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A Short Film About the Color and Darkness of the Immigrant Experience

Joshua Rothman writes about Joey Ally‘s short film ‘Joy Joy Nails,‘ which follows a group of Asian-American manicurists working in a nail salon.

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Code Name Melania: Secret Agent Fighting Cyberbullying

Ward Sutton illustrates a satirical comic strip envisioning Melania Trump as a secret agent who went undercover in the U.S. to fight cyberbullying.

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Donald Trump‘s Slurs and Mitch McConnell‘s Complicity

Amy Davidson Sorkin on Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump‘s recent press conference.

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All the Other Harvey Weinsteins

Molly Ringwald writes about her experience working with Harvey Weinstein, on the film ‘Strike It Rich,‘ and other encounters with predatory men as a teen-ager working as an actress.

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The Implications of the Academy Kicking Out Harvey Weinstein

Michael Schulman on the Academy‘s decision to expel the producer Harvey Weinstein over sexual-assault allegations-but not Roman Polanski, Bill Cosby, or Casey Affleck.

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All the Other Harveys

Molly Ringwald writes about her experience working with Harvey Weinstein, on the film ‘Strike It Rich,‘ and other encounters with predatory men as a teen-ager working as an actress.

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Obama Begins Calling American People to Console Them About Trump Being President

Andy Borowitz jokes about Donald Trump‘s recent false assertion that Barack Obama never called the families of fallen troops when he was President.

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Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, October 17th

Peter Kuper‘s Daily Cartoon shows how the White House staff prepares for the next press conference.

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Donald Trump and the Wrecking-Ball Presidency

Jeffrey Frank on the ways in which Trump is trying to ruin various U.S. institutions, and on the Republicans who openly oppose him, such as Senator Bob Corker.

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After Years of Progress, a Deadly Setback in Somalia

Tristan McConnell writes about the deadliest terrorist bombing in Somalia‘s history.

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The Scope and Precision of Richard Wilbur

Paul Muldoon writes about the poet Richard Wilbur, who died at the age of ninety-six.

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Why Are Prosecutors Putting Innocent Witnesses in Jail?

Sarah Stillman writes about witnesses and victims of crimes who have been imprisoned under ‘material witness‘ statutes.

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I‘m So Sorry My House Isn‘t Clean Enough to Effectively Shame You

Micah Osler humorously imagines a friend snidely shaming another about apartment cleanliness and dcor.

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Edwidge Danticat Reads ‘Sunrise, Sunset‘

Edwidge Danticat, the author of ‘The Dew Breaker,‘ ‘Claire of the Sea Light‘ and ‘The Art of Death,‘ reads her story from the September 18, 2017, issue of the magazine.

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Stress-Testing American Democracy: Nine Months of President Trump

John Cassidy examines Donald Trump‘s first nine months in the White House, considering his foreign policy, antagonism toward the press, treatment of minorities, and other topics.

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Kurdish Dreams of Independence Delayed Again

Days after President Trump pledged to ‘roll back‘ Iran‘s gains, Tehran‘s spymaster, Qassem Suleimani, thwarted a Kurdish push for independence from Iraq, Dexter Filkins reports.

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Daily Cartoon: Monday, October 16th

Kim Warp‘s Daily Cartoon considers the response to the ‘witch hunt‘ in Hollywood.

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Grading Donald Trump‘s First Nine Months In Office

John Cassidy examines Donald Trump‘s first nine months in the White House, considering his foreign policy, antagonism toward the press, treatment of minorities, and other topics.

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Richard Wilbur in The New Yorker

Hannah Aizenman writes a remembrance of the poet and New Yorker contributor Richard Wilbur, who died last weekend, at ninety-six.

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Bill Rhoden Talks to Jelani Cobb About Protest and Professional Sports

Bill Rhoden, an ESPN contributor, and Jelani Cobb, a staff writer for The New Yorker, reflect on the history of black athletes bringing politics onto the field.

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The Anti-Normcore, Anti-Basics Minimalism of A.P.C.

Carrie Battan on A.P.C. and its cantankerous founder, Jean Touitou, whose new book ‘Transmission‘ makes the case for ‘no-fashion fashion.‘

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Kylie Jenner Steps Out

Julie Houts writes a humorous account of Kylie Jenner‘s hypothetical inability to ‘step out‘ in an excerpt from her new book, ‘Literally Me,‘ to be published by Touchstone.

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Trump Doesn‘t Govern Like a Toddler. He Governs Like a Teen-Ager

Masha Gessen on how Donald Trump‘s behavior toward international and domestic rules and institutions has reversed a century‘s worth of political thinking.

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Playoff Baseball Tonight!

Roger Angell on game three of the American League Championship Series, between the New York Yankees and Houston Astros, tonight at Yankee Stadium.

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