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The U.S. Women‘s Ice-Hockey Team‘s Hard Road to the Winter Olympics Finals

Mary Pilon follows the journey of the U.S. women‘s national ice-hockey team, from the fight for equity and fair pay at home to the championship game at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

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At Guantnamo, Are Even the Judges Giving Up?

Amy Davidson Sorkin reports on the disarray of the military commissions at Guantnamo Bay, Cuba.

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Jewish-Grandma Cooking for the Small-Plate Generation

A new restaurant and bar above the 2nd Ave Deli refines, with admirable panache, a cuisine that is fading away.

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What We‘re Watching This Week: ‘To Walk Invisible,‘ ‘Call My Agent!,‘ and Feist‘s Admiration Poetry Project

Jiayang Fan recommends ‘To Walk Invisible,‘ Alexandra Schwartz recommends ‘Call My Agent!,‘ and Cassie da Costa recommends the Admiration Poetry Project.

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Welcome to the Magic Fingers Convention (Show-Dog Speak for the Westminster Dog Show)

Deb Lucke‘s cartoon of the Meet the Breeds event at the Westminster Dog Show, where dog-loving New Yorkers can pet the canine competitors.

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The KonMari Method of Cleaning the House

Brendan Loper humorously illustrates how to use Marie Kondo‘s famous tidying method for the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Being a Teacher in the Land of the AR-15

Amanda Petrusich on the effects of the Parkland school shooting and how educators are now imagining ways to protect their students from a shooter in the classroom, a responsibility that makes a noble calling feel impossible.

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Spills and Thrills: Illustrations from Speed Skating at the Winter Olympics

Edward Steed‘s cartoons of the speed-skating competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics, in Pyeongchang.

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On Killmonger, the American Villain of ‘Black Panther‘

Doreen St. Flix writes about Michael B. Jordan‘s performance as the villain Killmonger in Ryan Coogler‘s ‘Black Panther.‘

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On Killmonger, ‘Black Panther‘ ‘s American Villain

Doreen St. Flix writes about Michael B. Jordan‘s performance as the villain Killmonger in Ryan Coogler‘s ‘Black Panther.‘

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The Case Against Open Kitchens

Sadie Stein on the rise of open kitchens-from Frank Lloyd Wright‘s to Christian Grey‘s-and on the lost luxury of separate kitchens that offer cooks the opportunity to be alone.

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Headlines from the Life-style Blog of an Increasingly Anxious Ivanka Trump

Dana Schwartz writes satirical headlines for the tense, uneasy blog posts that Ivanka Trump might write in order to hide her terror.

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The Fundamental Uncertainty of Mueller‘s Russia Indictments

Masha Gessen writes about the indictments that the special counsel Robert Mueller has issued against Russians and how they reflect upon the differences between Russian and American society.

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Peace Games

In "Peace Games," Evan Osnos writes about the politics at the Winter Olympics.

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Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, February 20th

David Sipress‘s Daily Cartoon investigates what Donald Trump did with the cherry tree.

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An Artist‘s Searing Parody of Restoration Hardware Highlights the Racial Implications of Luxury Design

Cassie da Costa on the artist Ilana Harris-Babo‘s exhibit ‘Reparation Hardware,‘ at the Larrie gallery, in the Lower East Side, through March 11th.

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Assigning Blame for Russia‘s Election Meddling

Adam Entous on Donald Trump accusation that the Obama Administration did nothing about Russian meddling in the 2016 Presidential election.

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