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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The United States is nearly drought-free for the first time in decades and is experiencing unprecedented levels of flooding.

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Editor's Note

Inside the June Issue

Marilynne Robinson on poverty; Alexander Chee, T Cooper, Garth Greenwell, T Kira Madden, Eileen Myles, Darryl Pinckney, Brontez Purnell, and Michelle Tea on Stonewall; and more

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Publisher's Note

Suicidal Strategy

“The Times has used every opportunity to present Sanders as an obstacle to Trump’s eventual overthrow.”

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Podcast

Humanitarian Wars?

Olive branch as a club: a former president of Doctors Without Borders outlines how the justifications for war have evolved

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A fund-raiser for a charter school in California was canceled after QAnon conspiracy theory believers bombarded the school with threats on the basis of their interpretation of a tweet by former FBI director James Comey, in which he listed five jobs he had held in the past.

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Film

Fewer Readers, More Tensions

Olivier Assayas’s latest film holds on to the old world while recognizing the new

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Essay

Masculine Chaos

Men-children desperately want to grow up, and the world would be better for it. But they’ve got to do more than make their beds.

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Podcast

The Truce

Bad neighbor policy: Did the United States’ influence over El Salvador countermand a solution to gang violence?

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

At a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Trump criticized the alleged support among Democrats, including that of Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, for what he called “extreme late-term abortion,” in which “the baby is born, the mother meets with the doctor, they take care of the baby, they wrap the baby beautifully, and then the doctor and the mother determine whether or not they will execute the baby,” before making a chopping guillotine motion with his hands.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Individuals and corporations have donated over $1 billion to rebuild Notre Dame, a sum that has drawn international criticism and prompted protests by the Yellow Vests.

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Podcast

Lost at Sea

Time and tide: among the residents of abandoned boats just outside Sausalito

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The Cairo, New York, police department advised drivers to “overcome the fear” after a woman crashed her car when she saw a spider.

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Podcast

The Storyteller

Pierre Jarawan explores the evolution of identity and home in his debut novel

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Editor's Note

Inside the May Issue

Kevin Baker on the (Green) New Deal; Daniel Castro meets the negotiator of a historic gang truce in El Salvador; Joe Kloc encounters full-time boat residents in Sausalito

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Postcard

Civic Virtues

Green-Wood Cemetery, where objectionable statues are laid to rest

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A student at the University of Iowa asked Robert Francis O’Rourke, who was speaking on campus that day, “Are you here to see Beto?”

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Podcast

Destined for Export

Family history: the phenomenon of widespread, wrongful international adoption in Guatemala, and its long shadow

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Publisher's Note

Another Way of Life

“It appeared that everyone wanted to talk to a journalist from the United States with no visible axe to grind.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Japan’s government announced that the new imperial era will be called “Reiwa,” but have not specified its meaning.

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Postcard

Oil and Water

Olive farmers confront climate change in the West Bank

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Teachers in Indiana were shot execution-style by pellet guns as part of an active-shooter training session conducted by the White County sheriff’s department.

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Podcast

Like This or Die

What gets lost in the age of the algorithm

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