Doreen St. Flix writes about the music video for Beyonc and Jay-Z‘s ‘Apeshit,‘ from their new joint album, ‘Everything Is Love.‘
Alexandra Schwartz interviews an attorney at the Florence Immigrants and Refugee Rights Project, a nonprofit that provides free legal services to immigrants who have been detained in Arizona.
Hannah Goldfield reviews the culinary offerings at New York City movie theatres, including Alamo Drafthouse and Nitehawk Cinema.
Daniel Kibblesmith writes and Jeremy Nguyen illustrates a guide to the new old wives‘ tales for a new generation of New Yorkers.
David Remnick on the apparent indifference of President Donald Trump to the plight of thousands of migrant children who, under the President‘s instructions, are being separated from their parents when they attempt to cross into the United States illegally.
In Brendan Loper‘s Daily Cartoon, Donald Trump tells the public where to look for immigrant children.
Jonathan Blitzer writes about a migrant woman who has been separated from her five-year-old son for six weeks.
Doreen St. Flix writes about Beyonc and Jay-Z‘s music video for ‘Apeshit,‘ a song from ‘Everything Is Love,‘ their new joint album.
Troy Patterson reviews ‘The Bold Type,‘ a Freeform series about millennials who work at a Cosmopolitan-like women‘s magazine, staring Meghann Fahy, Katie Stevens, and Aisha Dee.
Eric Lach reports from Tornillo, Texas, where a new tent camp holds hundreds of migrant children.
Margaret Talbot recommends the country singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn‘s delightfully astringent ode to birth control, ‘The Pill,‘ which she released in 1975.
James Folta writes humorous mid-flight horoscopes for every astrological sign, from Aquarius to Capricorn.
Sara Joe Wolansky presents a video that explores the history of Detroit and the changes afoot in a city that went from a hub of American modernity to a symbol of postindustrial blight.
Deborah Treisman hosts Gary Shteyngart on the Writer‘s Voice podcast to read his story ‘The Luck of Kokura,‘ from the June 25, 2018, issue of The New Yorker.
Adam Entous writes about the secret letters signed by four U.S. Presidents, including Donald Trump and Barack Obama, agreeing not to pressure Israel to give up its nuclear weapons.
Alan Burdick writes about the World Cup match between Tunisia and England, a vibrant if inexperienced side led by its striker and captain, Harry Kane.
Jeffrey Toobin writes about the Supreme Court case Gill v. Whitford, which dealt with gerrymandering, and the role of Justice Anthony Kennedy in the decision.
Clint Smith writes about the experience of watching the World Cup match between Belgium and Panama at a Panamanian restaurant in Washington, D.C., where the crowd remained proud even after Panama‘s 3-0 loss to Belgium.