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Weekly Review

A German court ruled that hangovers are a disease.

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Weekly Review

A doctor filed a lawsuit against former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, who repeatedly farted in the doctor’s face and laughed about it, for $11,500 in unpaid fees.

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Podcast

The Wood Chipper

The inner workings of the N.F.L. Scouting Combine and the uncertain future of the game

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Postcard

Seeking Asylum

Out of sight on Leros, the island of the damned

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A study that compared the temperatures of French postal carriers’ left and right testicles won an Ig Noble Prize, annual awards honoring research that “first makes people laugh, and then makes them think.”

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Essay

Poem for Harm

Reflections on harm in language and the trouble with Whitman

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Podcast

Common Ground

Feet of clay: on the troublesome uses of archeology, past and present

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Editor's Note

Inside the October Issue

A forum on the constitution; Andrew Cockburn on progressive prosecutors; Adam Wilson interrogates the Golden Age of TV; Linda Stasi on sexual abuse in the world of Orthodox Judaism

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Republican congressman Steve King drank toilet water at a migrant detention facility near the Mexican border to demonstrate its safety. “Actually pretty good!” the congressman remarked.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

One hundred and twenty coffins were discovered beneath a housing complex in Tampa, Florida.

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Supplemental Listening

Images of America in Rock and Roll

Portraits by Hamell on Trial

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Podcast

The Black Axe

Everywhere and nowhere: tracing the evolution of a notorious Nigerian fraternity

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Postcard

Alternative Medicine

In Russia, doctors master a new clinical skill: listening and talking with empathy

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

In Connecticut, five men and one woman between the ages of 62 and 85 were charged with breach of peace and public indecency after they were caught having sex inside the Grace Richardson conservation area.

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Readings

Dimwit’s End

From responses, given by researchers at the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to frequently asked questions submitted to the agency’s Hurricane Research Division.

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Film

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A documentary about climate change, domain names, and capital

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A federal judge in North Carolina ruled in favor of personal-injury lawyer George Sink Sr., who had sued his son, George Sink Jr., for using his own name at his competing law firm.

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Podcast

The Family

Brought into the light: Jeff Sharlet and Jesse Moss discuss the secretive, Washington-based religious organization that is the subject of a new Netflix docuseries

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Editor's Note

Inside the September Issue

Rich Cohen visits the N.F.L. combine; Rachel Poser investigates Zionist archeology; Sean Williams on the Black Axe; an acid-fueled memoir by Chris Rush

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The world champion of short-track speed skating was banned from the sport for a year after pantsing a teammate.

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Podcast

The Call of the Drums

Where the barbarians are: the Hungarian right’s obsession with a false history

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Publisher's Note

Censorship

“Nor would I leave to Emmanuel Macron and Mark Zuckerberg, both of them politicians first and foremost, the job of regulating anything that has to do with words or language.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The National Academy of Sciences published a study that found CEOs and CFOs who use the extramarital-affair website Ashley Madison are more than twice as likely to engage in corporate misconduct.

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Podcast

The Last Frontier

Range life: the not entirely romantic existence of homesteaders in the San Luis Valley

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Satire

Revolution to the End?

A guide to the Democratic presidential hopefuls

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Boris Johnson was sworn in as prime minister; Donald Trump complained about Obama ruining the White House’s air-conditioning

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Memento Mori

Edwin Dobb (1950–2019)

Remembering Edwin Dobb

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Personal and Otherwise

A Different Horizon

Reconsidering the other historic event that took place during the moon landing

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Podcast

A Play with No End

Force majeure: What the American left could learn from the Gilets Jaunes

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A police officer admitted that, while waiting at the London home of a family whose child had died, he had purchased four pornographic movies on their Virgin TV account.

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