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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Russians were banned from a re-creation of the Battle of Austerlitz. Read More
Podcast

Kate DiCamillo

All ages show: the celebrated children’s book author discusses the art of writing for younger and older audiences Read More
Podcast

Casanova

The thoughtful prick: the man, the myth, and the mythmaking Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

It was reported that a woman is suing Kraft Heinz for $5 million because her Velveeta Shells and Cheese took longer than three and a half minutes to make. Read More
Publisher’s Note

Semi-fascism

“Trump is morally and constitutionally illiterate—a vile plutocrat—but he is no evil genius.” Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The vice president of Brazil explained that Jair Bolsonaro has been absent from the public eye because a skin infection prevented him from wearing pants. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Pennsylvania’s longest-serving state representative, Anthony DeLuca, was posthumously reelected. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

It was revealed that scientists increasingly don’t understand how artificial intelligence works. Read More
Podcast

Nabokov’s Berlin

A happy eternal recurrence: on the author’s relationship to fatherhood and time Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Iranian state media announced that “the world’s dirtiest man” had died at age 94, several months after taking his first bath in decades. Read More
Podcast

Sarah Smarsh on the Midterms

A view from outside the Beltway of what’s at stake this election Read More
Publisher’s Note

Paris Memories

“That’s a loss for Americans, who, in any case, hardly know how to make a subtle or nuanced film anymore.” Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Guido Crosetto, who was hospitalized during a 2013 election campaign after smoking 150 cigarettes in a single day, became Italy’s defense minister. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A German man was detained after biting a police dog. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A British court ruled that giant marshmallows are an ingredient rather than a snack and are thus not subject to value-added tax. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A Swiss court ordered Lidl to immediately destroy its stock of foil-wrapped chocolate rabbits. Read More
Podcast

Animal Rights

The heart of the heartland: on the methods and laws factory farms would rather we didn’t know about Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The British pound reached an all-time low valuation against the U.S. dollar following the burial of Queen Elizabeth II, who was laid to rest at an estimated cost of $2.6 billion to the country’s economy. Read More
Podcast

The Right to Not Be Pregnant

Reframing and strengthening fundamental pro-choice arguments Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

An armed man wearing a rainbow clown wig who was arrested in a Pennsylvania Dairy Queen was reported to have told police that he was “working to restore Trump to president-king of the United States.” Read More
Podcast

Louise Bourgeois

On the artist, her life and work, and the experience of seeing Read More
Publisher’s Note

Civilization in Peril

“The former president is but a symptom of a deeper degradation in the body politic.” Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Authorities in Syria seized hummus bowls made out of amphetamine. Read More
Podcast

What Happened to Cecil Rhodes’s Nose?

On problematic statues and new approaches to writing about lingering historical trauma Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A Saudi court sentenced a woman to 45 years in prison for using social media. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Scientists announced the creation of wind turbine blades that could be recycled into gummy bears. Read More
Podcast

Addiction, Recovery, and Experimental Brain Surgery

New ways of thinking about substance abuse, treatment, and sobriety Read More
Podcast

Christopher Hitchens

Examining the commentator’s pre-internet celebrity, writing, and legacy Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A Missouri pastor apologized for calling his flock “poor, broke, busted, and disgusted” for not buying him a Movado watch. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

OnlyFans, a subscription pornography website, attempted to defeat its competition by bribing Meta employees to place rival porn stars on a terrorist watchlist. Read More