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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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Oral History

Nowhere Left to Go

“I can’t take chances with my life.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A federal appeals court ruled against a police officer who gave a Michigan woman a harsher ticket after she flipped him off.

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Podcast

Not Mere Projection

Reconsidering the work of the notoriously elusive Cy Twombly

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Editor's Note

Inside the April Issue

Christian Lorentzen on the decline of book reviewing; Rachel Nolan on the troubled legacy of Guatemalan adoptions; Lisa Wells on the fear of flying

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The Brazilian president tweeted, “What is a golden shower?”

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Podcast

Emily Bernard and Mychal Denzel Smith

How to get there from here: two authors discuss their recent work and breaking out of the limits on the public discourse around race

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Publisher's Note

The Living Dead

“Whatever the current political momentum may be, what’s astonishing is that the oppression of less powerful people addressed not by a writer on the left but by the ‘reactionary’ Michel Houellebecq.”

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Postcard

The Blood Is Still There

Marking the unspeakable at the site of the Sand Creek Massacre

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A black man became the director and president of a white-supremacist organization in the hopes of disbanding it.

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