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    The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker Jul 29
    Inside this week’s issue of The New Yorker: http://​nyer.cm/kY9Ufb2 pic.twitter.com/u2C4wcbQPh
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  2. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 14m14 minutes ago
    “She would stay here forever to hear this. He could recite the alphabet to her and she would sit here and listen to it.” Fiction by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout.​http://​nyer.cm/ZA4nIli 
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  3. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 44m44 minutes ago
    How a swarm of deadly mosquitoes led, by an unexpected route, to the birth of Great Britain.​http://​nyer.cm/GROrLUE 
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  4. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 1h1 hour ago
    From a mug proclaiming “I LOVE MY DISGUSTING RODENT AND RAT INFESTED MESS” to an editorial decrying “the most dishonest man to ever occupy the Oval Office,” Baltimoreans had strong words for President Trump following his tweets about the city.​http://​nyer.cm/hHYsrK4 
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  5. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 2h2 hours ago
    In @​tnyshouts​, a look at the glamorous life of the business traveller.​http://​nyer.cm/8axzH5u 
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  6. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 2h2 hours ago
    In 2000, Joan Didion contemplated the striking success of Martha Stewart, who turns 78 today: “The dreams and the fears into which Martha Stewart taps are not of ‘feminine’ domesticity but of female power.”​http://​nyer.cm/y1QuyGl 
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  7. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 3h3 hours ago
    On the analytical clarity and powerful oratory of the sixteen-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg.​http://​nyer.cm/FoTjVg4 
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  8. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 3h3 hours ago
    .​@​IChotiner speaks with the Reverend Bill Owens, the founder of a nonprofit called the Coalition of African-American Pastors, who finds it “hard to believe” that President Trump is a racist.​http://​nyer.cm/x8Fh3lD 
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  9. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 4h4 hours ago
    Amid escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran, the Iranian Foreign Minister received an unexpected invitation—to meet President Trump in the Oval Office.​http://​nyer.cm/4ivbAYc 
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  10. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 4h4 hours ago
    Mohamedou Salahi is an innocent man who was imprisoned and tortured at Guantánamo Bay for 15 years. “I could hear voices, and I could hear my family talking to me every day,” he says. Listen here, in this week's episode of @​NewYorkerRadio​.​http://​nyer.cm/ptgcMOz 
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  11. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 5h5 hours ago
    In this weekend’s crossword, 44 Down: Macduff’s title. Creatures on Australian coins.​http://​nyer.cm/UiHfq7g 
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  12. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 5h5 hours ago
    Tangible neurological changes have been observed in those who suffered mysterious brain injuries while working in Havana, which might debunk the idea of a mass-hysteria phenomenon.​http://​nyer.cm/oBb9WFk 
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  13. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 6h6 hours ago
    The Polish novelist Olga Tokarczuk insists that her readers examine aspects of history—their own or their nation’s—that they might rather avoid.​http://​nyer.cm/9RGfJnU 
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  14. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 7h7 hours ago
    Iranian and American sources revealed Rand Paul’s effort to arrange a White House meeting between Donald Trump and the Iranian Foreign Minister.​http://​nyer.cm/6upKv1H 
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  15. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 8h8 hours ago
    The life and career of Britain’s new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, have been characterized by ridiculous expectations shockingly fulfilled.​http://​nyer.cm/XI4NeLy 
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  16. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 9h9 hours ago
    Virginia’s Black Caucus boycotted President Trump’s appearance at an event commemorating 400 years of democracy and slavery in America, citing his recent attacks on black legislators and communities.​http://​nyer.cm/FjPCo9u 
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  17. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 13h13 hours ago
    When Françoise Gilot’s memoir about her relationship with Picasso first came out, in 1964, his supporters denounced her as a spiteful ingrate—they believed that his genius justified the harm he did to others. Now the popular view is at the opposite pole.​http://​nyer.cm/8FvhMIR 
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  18. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 14h14 hours ago
    In the face of gender inequality and toxic masculinity, what is a socially acceptable way of channeling and expressing rage?​http://​nyer.cm/85PpmlV 
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  19. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 15h15 hours ago
    P. T. Barnum lied easily and often. When he was not fabricating, he was exaggerating; he routinely inflated how much he’d spent on his various business ventures. Toward the end of his life, he considered running for President.​http://​nyer.cm/8SSMECj 
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  20. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 15h15 hours ago
    Herman Melville destroyed nearly all of his letters, burned his manuscripts, and shied from photographers. But his beloved farm, and the books he wrote there, offer some insight into his life.​http://​nyer.cm/5sAijgc 
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  21. The New Yorker​Verified account @​NewYorker 16h16 hours ago
    In @​tnyshouts​, @​meganamram suggests some brands men can use to feel strong, healthy, and masculine!​http://​nyer.cm/9nSGRGY 
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