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A White House Invitation for Iran’s Foreign Minister
The offer was extended just weeks before the Administration placed sanctions on Mohammad Javad Zarif for functioning “as a propaganda minister, not a foreign minister.”
By Robin Wright
News Desk
How Bernie Sanders Changed the Health-Care Debate
By Osita Nwanevu
Our Columnists
Where Do Trump and the Democrats Stand as the Summer Recess Arrives?
By John Cassidy
Fiction
“Motherless Child”
By Elizabeth Strout
News & Culture
From the Archive: Battleground America
By Jill Lepore
Baltimore Responds to Trump’s Racist Taunts
By Osita Nwanevu
How Mosquitoes Changed Everything
By Brooke Jarvis
Alan Dershowitz, Devil’s Advocate
By Connie Bruck
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A Green Light on the Border Wall as Trump’s Supreme Court Victories Mount
By Cristian Farias
Onward and Upward in the Garden
The Tragic History of the Lost Gardens of Heligan
By Charlotte Mendelson
The Front Row
What to Stream: Francis Ford Coppola’s “Tucker: The Man and His Dream”
By Richard Brody
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Mississippi’s Gubernatorial Race Tests the Limits of Conservatism
By Bob Moser
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The Reverend Bill Owens Stands Behind Trump
By Isaac Chotiner
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By Patrick Berry
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A Chinese Photographer’s Secret Installations Inside His Parents’ Home
On a trip back to China, Guanyu Xu plastered his traditionally minded parents’ apartment, while they were at work, with his most provocative images.
By Eren Orbey4:39 P.M.
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Business Travellers Know
Jolting upright in her hotel bed, the business traveller knows what it is to wake and wonder, Why am I wherever I am, again?
By Catherine Mevs7:00 A.M.
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Living in the Shadow of Guantánamo
The U.S. tortured Mohamedou Salahi and kept him at Guantánamo Bay for fifteen years. He’s no Al Qaeda mastermind, but, even today, he’s virtually a prisoner. Why won’t we let him go?
August 2, 2019
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Bonus Daily Cartoon: Product Placements
What the candidates advertised at the Democratic debates.
By Barry BlittAugust 2, 2019
Daily Shouts
Top Nine Hot and Unavoidable Summer Vibes
Mediocre pool hangs, a fashionably high A.C. bill, and other seasonal situations.
By Ashley FranklinAugust 2, 2019
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Facebook’s Audacious Pitch for a Global Cryptocurrency
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Lizzie Widdicombe
Does Bobby Tuna Have the Last Robot-Proof Job in America?
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Katy Waldman
“Valerie” Is an Extraordinary Love Letter to a Radical Feminist
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Hua Hsu
Surviving Woodstock
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Tables for Two
Wayla Makes a Persuasive Case for Noodle-Wrapped Meatballs
By Shauna Lyon
The Current Cinema
Quentin Tarantino Tweaks History in “Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood”
By Anthony Lane
Hell’s Kitchen Boy
Marlon Craft’s Halal-Cart Listening Party
By Andrew Marantz
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At the British Library, Writing Is a Work of Art
By Lauren Collins
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