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The New Yorker

The New York Hustle of Amazon’s Second Headquarters

The New York Hustle of Amazon’s Second Headquarters

Anand Giridharadas writes about how New York City Mayor Bill deBlasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo participated in the bidding war for Amazon’s second headquarters, which will be located in Queens, and
David Hockney’s Ninety-Million-Dollar Painting: A Masterpiece Becomes a Trophy

David Hockney’s Ninety-Million-Dollar Painting: A Masterpiece Becomes a Trophy

Andrea K. Scott on the British artist David Hockney, who became the world’s most expensive living artist when his painting “Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures),” from 1972, fetched a record
Two Sister-Poets Gone Too Soon: Ntozake Shange and My Sister

Two Sister-Poets Gone Too Soon: Ntozake Shange and My Sister

On the occasion of his late sister’s birthday and the recent death of the poet and playwright Ntozake Shange, Hilton Als writes about both women's influence.
Staying Awake to Watch LeBron James Play in Pacific Time

Staying Awake to Watch LeBron James Play in Pacific Time

Talib Babb writes some humorous tips for how to stay awake on the East Coast now that LeBron James plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, on Pacific Time.
Ask a Scientist: How to Deal With a Climate-Change Skeptic

Ask a Scientist: How to Deal With a Climate-Change Skeptic

Carolyn Kormann reports from Rockaway Beach, Queens, about “Climate Signals,” a citywide installation by the artist Justin Brice Guariglia, and “Ask a Scientist,” in which scientists are stationed by
“Green Book,” Reviewed: Peter Farrelly’s Bland, Regressive Flip on “Driving Miss Daisy”

“Green Book,” Reviewed: Peter Farrelly’s Bland, Regressive Flip on “Driving Miss Daisy”

Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen star in the film, named for an actual publication that listed hotels, restaurants, and other public accommodations throughout the country that were safe for black
Stacey Abrams Ends Her Race for Governor of Georgia, but Doesn’t Quite Concede

Stacey Abrams Ends Her Race for Governor of Georgia, but Doesn’t Quite Concede

Charles Bethea on Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia, who on Friday accepted the election victory of her Republican opponent, Brian Kemp.
A Smoky Season in San Francisco

A Smoky Season in San Francisco

Anna Wiener writes about the second environmental crisis as wildfires rage near in San Francisco: the dangerously low air quality.
The Lasting Trauma of Mothers Separated from Their Nursing Children

The Lasting Trauma of Mothers Separated from Their Nursing Children

Ragini Tharoor Srinivasan writes about the experience of breast-feeding and the emotional and physical damage that occurs when mothers and infants are separated.
“The Little Drummer Girl,” Reviewed: A Fever Dream of Glamorous Espionage

“The Little Drummer Girl,” Reviewed: A Fever Dream of Glamorous Espionage

Troy Patterson reviews “The Little Drummer Girl,” a miniseries adapted from a John le Carré novel, starring Florence Pugh and Alexander Skarsgård and directed by Park Chan-wook.
A Week After the Midterm Elections, the Blue Wave Continues to Grow

A Week After the Midterm Elections, the Blue Wave Continues to Grow

John Cassidy joins guest host Eric Lach to discuss how the outcome of the midterm elections might inform future campaign strategy in red states.
The Countdown to Brexit, and the Witnesses Against El Chapo

The Countdown to Brexit, and the Witnesses Against El Chapo

On this week’s New Yorker Radio Hour, Theresa May unveils a plan to withdraw Britain from the E.U., and it doesn’t go well. Plus, the twin brothers turned drug traffickers who are testifying against
Can This Possibly Be the End of the Jim Acosta White House Press-Pass Story?

Can This Possibly Be the End of the Jim Acosta White House Press-Pass Story?

Eric Lach writes about the White House’s reaction to a federal-court ruling that the White House must reinstate the press pass of the CNN journalist Jim Acosta.
New York Subway Mythology

New York Subway Mythology

Evan Allgood and Glynnis Fawkes illustrate a humorous description of New York City subway mythology, including ways to navigate the Sirens, Hades, and Tyche.
The Complicated Legacy of Stewart Brand’s “Whole Earth Catalog”

The Complicated Legacy of Stewart Brand’s “Whole Earth Catalog”

Anna Wiener interviews Stewart Brand after a reunion celebrating the fiftieth anniversary, and the end of, the “Whole Earth Catalog.”
The Brexit Fantasy Goes Down in Tears

The Brexit Fantasy Goes Down in Tears

John Cassidy writes about rumors that the House of Commons may hold a vote of confidence on Brexit on Friday, which could force the Prime Minister, Theresa May, to step down.
Beto O’Rourke’s Rebirth as a Knausgaardian Blogger

Beto O’Rourke’s Rebirth as a Knausgaardian Blogger

Katy Waldman writes about how, since Beto O’Rourke’s loss in the Texas Senate race, he has taken to sharing the granular details of his daily life with his devoted following, in the style of the
Daily Cartoon: Friday, November 16th

Daily Cartoon: Friday, November 16th

Lila Ash’s Daily Cartoon imagines a different type of snow angel.
A Portrait of Love and Struggle in Post-Industrial, Small-City America

A Portrait of Love and Struggle in Post-Industrial, Small-City America

Adrian Nicole LeBlanc writes about “Upstate Girls,” Brenda Ann Kenneally’s sprawling chronicle of life in Troy, New York, which is a tribute to her subjects and an indictment of our times.
Trump Refuses to Pardon White House Turkey After Accusing It of Working for Soros

Trump Refuses to Pardon White House Turkey After Accusing It of Working for Soros

Andy Borowitz jokes that Donald Trump has continued his conspiratorial accusations by refusing to grant the traditional “pardon” to the White House turkey, claiming it is working on behalf of George