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 2020-02-28 17:26 

The New Yorker

How Iran Became a New Epicenter of the Coronavirus Outbreak...

The government's actions appear to have contributed to the crisis....

 2020-02-28 16:41 

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The Real Objective of Mob Violence Against Muslims in India...

The journalist and author Raghu Karnad discusses his experience reporting on the violence, how the Modi government capitalizes on the conflict, and the difficulty of finding accurate reporting in India....

 2020-02-27 23:51 

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Under Lockdown in Italy's Coronavirus-Quarantine Zone...

Feltre, in northern Italy, is not yet within the red zone. Nevertheless, a local health official said that the town has probably been exposed to the virus since January....

 2020-02-27 23:26 

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Brian Stauffer's "Under Control"...

The artist's cover for the March 9, 2020, issue of the magazine addresses the Trump Administration's less-than-reassuring preparations for a coronavirus outbreak in the United States....

 2020-02-26 16:08 

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Living with Coronavirus Anxiety in Singapore...

How does a virus take over a community? Slowly. Perniciously. Inconclusively....

 2020-02-26 15:19 

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Trump Plans to Destroy Coronavirus with an Incredibly Mean Tweet...

Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump said that he was already in the process of crafting insults about the virus that would obliterate it once and for all....

 2020-02-25 16:20 

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Says Trump Should Recuse Himself from All Decisions Involving the Future of the Country...

Ginsburg enumerated a list of issues about which Trump should immediately recuse himself, including immigration, taxes, women's reproductive rights, "and any other issues related to domestic or foreign policy not listed above."...

 2020-02-24 22:17 

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Ahead of the South Carolina Primary, Donald Trump's Debate Tips for Democrats...

There may be a kernel of decent advice in the indecent counsel the President offered, at a rally in Nevada, for his fellow-candidates....

 2020-02-24 21:00 

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Stephen Miller, the Architect of Trump's Immigration Plan...

Jonathan Blitzer examines how one adviser turned Trump's xenophobic rhetoric into a set of hard-line policies....

 2020-02-24 11:00 

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The Lasting Influence of Mexico's Great Muralists...

Diego Rivera, Jos Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros created a movement with galvanizing effects north of the border....

 2020-02-24 11:00 

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Trump's Proposed Face-Lift for Federal Buildings...

What if the President practiced what he preaches when it comes to his own very classy holdings?...

 2020-02-24 11:00 

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Huey Lewis Hooks One...

Fly-fishing in Great Kills Harbor, the Reagan-era hit machine talks about his childhood with the Beats in the Bay Area, and the challenge of making music while losing his hearing....

 2020-02-23 11:00 

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How Did the Democrats End Up Here?...

An entirely white slate of candidates is called on to explain their records on criminal justice, creating, in an unimaginable irony, an opportunity for a President as cynical as Donald Trump....

 2020-02-23 11:00 

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The Unhealed Wounds of a Mass Arrest of Black Students at Ole Miss, Fifty Years Later...

At a peaceful protest of Confederate imagery in the school in 1970, dozens of students were arrested, suspended, and the remainder expelled....

 2020-02-22 14:00 

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The Union at the Center of the Medicare for All Fight in Nevada...

The Culinary Workers Union Local 226—representing guest-room attendants, food-and-drink servers, porters, bellhops, and laundry and kitchen workers in Nevada—is as locally significant as any union in the country....

 2020-02-22 11:00 

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A View of the Revolution in Lebanon from Martyrs' Square...

In a nation plagued by a corrupt political oligarchy, calls for revolution are ubiquitous, echoing through coffee shops and chanted in demonstrations....

 2020-02-21 21:00 

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Stephen Miller, the Immigration Extremist in the White House...

How one adviser almost single-handedly engineered the Trump Administration's nativist policies. Plus: a conversation with Pam Grier, the first action heroine of blaxploitation cinema....

 2020-02-21 11:00 

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How Stephen Miller Manipulates Donald Trump to Further His Immigration Obsession...

Donald Trump's senior adviser has been the true driving force behind this Administration's racist agenda. How far will he go?...

 2020-02-20 18:24 

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Antarctica's Ice, the One War That the Human Species Can't Lose...

Human existence depends on Antarctica's ice—and it's now melting....

 2020-02-20 15:45 

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The Case for Open Borders...

In a new graphic-nonfiction book, a libertarian economist conjures an alternative reality in which immigration is unlimited all over the world....

 2020-02-20 12:00 

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My Happy Place...

In my happy place, there's no war, just armed conflicts. No racism, just racist dog whistles. It's splendiferous!...

 2020-02-19 17:33 

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Mexico Tightens Border After Trump Pardons White-Collar Criminals...

"They're bringing bribery, they're bringing tax evasion, they're bringing racketeering," the Mexican President said....

 2020-02-19 17:12 

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At the Democratic Debate, Can the Other Candidates Halt the Rise of Michael Bloomberg?...

The way that the former New York mayor has barged into the race, knocking candidates with far fewer resources out of the spotlight, harkens back to what Donald Trump did in the 2016 Republican primary....

 2020-02-19 00:31 

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The Trouble with Donald Trump's Pardons...

The President's absolution of white-collar criminals who were his personal friends and associates is an exercise in authoritarianism....

 2020-02-18 15:37 

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Bloomberg Enrages Trump By Buying Greenland...

Trump immediately ordered his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to make an offer to buy the Faroe Islands from Denmark....

 2020-02-17 18:16 

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A Teen-Age Trump Tries to Win His High School's Election...

A civics project goes off the rails when high-school students run a simulation of the 2020 primaries....

 2020-02-16 19:39 

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The Bodies Buried Beneath Boris Johnson's New Railway...

In making way for a high-speed rail line, exhumations at a centuries-old cemetery have shed new light on how Londoners lived and died in Georgian, Regency, and Victorian eras....

 2020-02-15 16:03 

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If Shamima Begum, the ISIS Bride, Is No Longer British, What Does Citizenship Mean?...

European governments have used a hodgepodge of methods to deal with citizens who went to fight for the Islamic State or live in the doomed caliphate....

 2020-02-15 11:00 

The New Yorker

The New Coronavirus and Preparing for the Next Viral Pandemic...

Why not work on making vaccines that would protect broadly against this entire class of virus, rather than waiting for each one to attack us, and then try to fight back?...

 2020-02-14 21:02 

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Who Is William Barr?...

A recent interview offered hints that the reality of working for Donald Trump may be affecting the Attorney General's views....

 2020-02-14 00:44 

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A President So Unhinged That Even Bill Barr Says He's Out of Control...

Welcome to the post-acquittal Trump Presidency....

 2020-02-13 11:00 

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How the Trump Administration Uses the "Hidden Weapons" of Immigration Law...

Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, the policy counsel at the American Immigration Council, talks about Trump's increasing success in reshaping American immigration policy, from the travel bans to the crackdown on migrants trying to claim asylum at the Mexican bo...

 2020-02-12 21:46 

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China's 'Iron House': Struggling Over Silence in the Coronavirus Epidemic...

The country is besieged by a modern crisis of body and spirit, an epidemic that has threatened its people and underscored the perils of a suffocating politics....

 2020-02-12 16:11 

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Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, February 12th...

Board-game justice at the White House....

 2020-02-12 03:47 

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Did Donald Trump Just Get Roger Stone's Prison Sentence Reduced?...

A former Assistant U.S. Attorney worries about what the Justice Department's apparent willingness to buckle to Presidential pressure means for its reputation....

 2020-02-11 18:53 

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Ahead of the New Hampshire Primary, Trump Tries to Make Trouble for the Democrats...

At a rally in Manchester, the President hints to his non-affiliated supporters that they can engage in strategic voting in the Democratic contest....

 2020-02-11 18:42 

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In New Hampshire, Sanders and Warren Portray Themselves as Fixers, Not Visionaries...

Both candidates promise bold, fundamental change. But they struggle to conjure a vision of America that aggressively counters Trump's....

 2020-02-11 17:17 

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Trump's ReverseRobin Hood Budget Should Be a Gift to the Democrats...

The new White House budget reneges on the President's repeated vow to protect Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid—a pledge that helped him attract voters in 2016....

 2020-02-10 22:19 

The New Yorker

The Most Immediate, Unexpected Threat of Trump's Middle East Peace Plan...

A stable Jordan mitigates the threat of hostile forces on Israel's long eastern border—and a stable Jordan is exactly what the plan unveiled at the White House would undermine....

 2020-02-10 11:00 

The New Yorker

The Terror and the Fascination of Pompeii...

Pliny's eyewitness account of the 79 A.D. Vesuvius eruption tells us what happened, but the archeological remains conjure with agonizing intimacy the lives of those who perished....

 2020-02-10 11:00 

The New Yorker

Can Farming Make Space for Nature?...

After Brexit, the obsessions of Jake Fiennes could change how Britain uses its land....

 2020-02-08 14:05 

The New Yorker

The Democratic Candidates Clashed but Kept Trump Front and Center at the New Hampshire Debate...

Amid the sparring between candidates who are vying for the space to the right of Bernie Sanders on the Democratic spectrum, Friday night's debate in New Hampshire included some genuinely uplifting moments....

 2020-02-08 01:09 

The New Yorker

Ambassador Bill Taylor on Impeachment, Russia, and the Law of the Jungle...

The diplomat discusses Donald Trump's trial, the Ukraine crisis, U.S. foreign policy, and the dangers that the world will return to a time of dog-eat-dog hostility....

 2020-02-07 13:07 

The New Yorker

How Trump Has Reversed Decades of American Hostage Policy...

The President's personal engagement in hostage-recovery efforts creates an opportunity to showcase his skill as a deal maker, but it also signals that American captives are valuable bargaining chips....

 2020-02-07 12:34 

The New Yorker

The Prosecution of President Donald Trump...

How the House Democrats, in the face of certain defeat, presented the case for impeachment....

 2020-02-07 01:49 

The New Yorker

The Challenge Facing Democrats in the 2020 Election...

Defeating President Trump is going to take a mighty effort from the Democratic candidates and their supporters—one that combines energy, cleverness, and discipline....

 2020-02-07 00:55 

The New Yorker

What Matters Most in the Battle Between Trump and Pelosi...

The Speaker's willingness to get in the President's face has made many a meme, but their conflict has more to say about our constitutional checks and balances....

 2020-02-06 23:01 

The New Yorker

Are the Courts Beginning to Move in Favor of Trump's Immigration Policies?...

If the Administration appears to be growing bolder, it may be because, three years into the President's first term, the nation's highest courts are starting to bolster his agenda....

 2020-02-06 16:08 

The New Yorker

In Honoring Rush Limbaugh, Trump Celebrated Racial Division...

Watching Limbaugh receive the Medal of Freedom during Trump's State of the Union called to mind Lee Atwater, the continuing tradition of race-baiting, and how it infects our debased politics....

 2020-02-06 11:00 

The New Yorker

Michael Lind on Populism, Racism, and Restoring Democracy...

The political scientist explains why he thinks the technocratic lite is to blame for the rise of demagogues and populism in the West—and why he feels that attacks on President Trump have gone too far....

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