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Donald Trump’s Consistent Unreliability on COVID, and Everything Else
It is painful to reflect on the tens of thousands of lives that might have been saved if a less reality-challenged President had occupied the White House.
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Donald Trump’s Loopy Self-Pity Tour of Conservative Media Outlets
Whether or not the President’s treatment played some role in his recent bizarre comments, he long ago mastered the art of rants that are rife with falsehoods, incitements, and defamatory statements.
The President’s Campaign Rallies Are Now Confirmed Public-Health Hazards
As the President prepares to return to the campaign trail after his coronavirus diagnosis, his rallies are now confirmed public-health hazards.
The Pandemic Sparks a Real-Estate Gold Rush in Upstate New York
The region is experiencing a vogue for rentals and property that hasn’t been seen in a century, and homeowners are cashing in.
Nine Days in Wuhan, the Ground Zero of the Coronavirus Pandemic
There’s no other country where the pandemic’s e?ects have been so concentrated in a single city.
The French Secret to Ratatouille, a Last Taste of Summer
It was only with this dish that I realized how important the cook-things-separately approach is in French cooking.
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Inside the Lincoln Project’s War Against Trump
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Elizabeth Warren on Wielding Political Power
At the New Yorker Festival, the progressive leaders talk about what will be necessary to defeat Donald Trump at the polls, in the legislature, and in the streets.
Six Things Millennials Have in Common with Dr. Frasier Crane (No. 5 Will Drive You Into a Deep Depression)
“The Forty-Year-Old Version,” Reviewed: A Playwright’s Boldly Self-Aware Comedy of Art and Compromise
Radha Blank’s début feature film is a full-circle city satire in which the main character’s attitudes and antipathies don’t take place in a void but, rather, snap back at her and make her feel their sting.
From This Week’s Issue
The Dad Who Taught Lin-Manuel Miranda Retail Politics
The political consultant Luis Miranda is helping Joe Biden reach Latino voters—and reminisces about the old days working for Chuck Schumer and Hillary Clinton.
Steve Martin and Jerry Seinfeld on Why Irritability Makes a Good Comedian
The legendary standups talk about what’s needed for success in comedy.