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Elizabeth Warren’s Medicare for All Dilemma

After Warren began appearing near the top in Democratic-primary polls, several of her fellow-candidates began questioning her honesty on health care.

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“The Lighthouse” Is Salted with Madness

Its monologues swaying between aria and rant, Robert Eggers’s whirlpool of a film is so crammed with oddities that it is hard to hold fast.

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William Barr’s Wild Misreading of the First Amendment

Historically illiterate, morally obtuse, and willfully misleading, a recent speech by the Attorney General portrays religious people in the United States as beset by a hostile band of “secularists.”

Tables for Two

Golden Diner Updates the Greasy-Spoon Tradition

On the Lower East Side, the Momofuku Ko alum Samuel Yoo adds distinctive details to classic dishes like grilled cheese and pancakes—and the coffee refills are free.

Q. & A.

Deepak Chopra Has Never Been Sick

In his latest book, “Metahuman,” the doctor and self-help guru touches on some of his signature themes: that science can obscure our potential for self-awareness, and that self-improvement can “move creation itself.”

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A Novel Gives Voice to the Laws of Language

Cathleen Schine’s novel personifies the conflict between the prescriptivist, who follows rules to the letter, and the descriptivist, who, rules be damned, strives to make the written word more closely match its meaning.

Page-Turner

Motherhood Meets Lust in “Die, My Love,” by Ariana Harwicz

In her début novel, the author explores the depiction of motherhood as a trap—of having one’s self subsumed by another human’s needs.

Puzzles Dept.

The Weekend Crossword

Potent drink painted by Van Gogh, Degas, and Manet: eight letters.

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Sunsets: A Survey

Some criticisms.

October 17, 2019

What to Do in New York City This Weekend

Our critics pick the best music, art, theatre, restaurants, and more.

My Secret Fears

A list of persistent, daily, and strange anxieties and concerns.

October 17, 2019

The Life-Changing Magic of Impeaching Trump

In a video from the 2019 New Yorker Festival, some thoughts on the happiness that can be achieved by decluttering the country of the orange man in the Oval Office.

October 17, 2019

Daily Cartoon: Thursday, October 17th

A “perfect” letter to Santa.

October 17, 2019
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From This Week’s Issue
The Theatre

“Tina: The Tina Turner Musical” Comes to Broadway

In previews at the Lunt-Fontanne, the show traces the singer’s beginnings, her Motown rise to fame, and, of course, her turbulent partnership with Ike Turner.

The Art World

The Exuberance of MOMA’s Expansion

The museum’s unparalleled collection spreads out in an enlarged space with updated stories to tell.

You're Fired!

Who, Me? Impeached?

Résumé experts weigh in on how the President could finesse his work history if he finds himself on the unemployment line.

Fiction

“Are You Experienced?”

“We’re not the types to go in and take something from old folks, not at all. We’re upstanding end-of-the-era hippies who just need some help, that’s all.”

Video

The Life-Changing Magic of Impeaching Trump

Andy Borowitz explains why Donald Trump’s impeachment is a precious moment to be treasured, and reveals what secrets lurk behind closed doors at 竞博杯亚洲-竞博电竞-jbo官网.

Daily Cartoon

“Do we ignore the subpoenas or not?”
Podcasts

Will Hong Kong Bring China to the Breaking Point?

Two writers analyze the precarious situation in Hong Kong, as the region protests against Beijing’s encroachments. And, from the archive, a report about Richard Nixon’s deliberations after Tiananmen Square.

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