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The Miss India 2020 runner-up rode to a victory rally at her alma mater in her father’s auto rickshaw. Read More
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“There’s no question—none—that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day,” said the Senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell, several minutes after voting to acquit Trump. Read More
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s Absolute Proof, a three-hour documentary about fraud in the 2020 presidential election, aired on One America News Network with a disclaimer that it was “opinion only.” Read More
Publisher's Note

The Reconciliation

“So what is to be done about our 74 million fellow citizens who voted for a crook, and about the boisterous minority among them who would be willing to follow Trump’s banner to the bitter end?” Read More
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Playing the Flute

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A man in Derbent, Russia, was arrested for cooking barbecue over an eternal flame memorializing soldiers who died in World War II. Read More
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Melania Trump asked members of her staff to write thank-you notes “in her voice” to the rest of the White House staff. Read More
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Donald Trump became the first American president to be impeached for a second time. Read More
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Complexity

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In a caucus call, Nevada representative Steven Horsford told his colleagues he thought the unrest in the U.S. Capitol was “an inside job,” implying a tactical alliance between the Capitol Police and rioters. Read More
In Memoriam

The Story He Will Never Write

Remembering Barry Lopez Read More
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Cover of January 2017

Illustration by Lincoln Agnew Read More
Publisher's Note

Publishing John le Carré

“When I traveled from Paris to Prague in 1983, I deliberately took the train because I wanted to pass through the Iron Curtain overland, to feel the fear of being arrested, and to undergo a search by officers of a police state—which is to say, I wanted to experience something like what happens in one of le Carré’s novels.” Read More
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Weekly Review

Indiana’s LaGrange County repealed a law banning large-scale, multiday gatherings like Woodstock. Read More
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In the Philippines, soldiers and cabinet ministers received an unapproved COVID-19 vaccine in the name of national security. Read More
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Vice President Mike Pence and President-elect Joe Biden were vaccinated against COVID-19 in separate televised events. Read More
Podcast

Skin in the Game

A market-based solution to the student-debt crisis may have financial repercussions that are just as burdensome Read More
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Weekly Review

Russian police launched an investigation into the break-in of a nuclear “doomsday” plane. Read More
Publisher's Note

The Former Regime

“The sordid self-interest that warps the public sphere in the United States didn’t begin with Trump in the White House.” Read More
Podcast

State of Exception

The permanently temporary status of Syrian refugees in Lebanon Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

New Los Angeles COVID-19 restrictions prohibited nonessential walking but not the playing of golf or pickleball. Read More
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Following a public outcry, the decision to close a coronavirus-testing site at a major transit hub in Los Angeles in order to shoot scenes for the remake of 1999’s She’s All That was reversed. Read More
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A Maryland-based supermarket chain apologized for printing a full-page Thanksgiving advertisement that read “Hosting? Plan a super spread.” Read More
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Weekly Review

Florida governor Ron DeSantis drafted legislation that would allow armed citizens to shoot and kill anyone they suspect of looting. Read More
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Weekly Review

In Vermont, Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe received more write-in votes for president than Hillary Clinton. Read More
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Weekly Review

After removing 130,000 bot-generated votes, Nickelodeon announced that Joe Biden had won its Kids Pick the President mock election. Read More
Publisher's Note

The Referendum

Such fervent admiration for a man who openly traffics in swindles and lies—where did it come from? Read More
Podcast

Making Meaning

You may know what you want, but you may not know what you need Read More