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A Very Bad Night for Michael Bloomberg

At the Democratic debate in Las Vegas, there were moments of hostility, outrage, pettiness, and even contempt from Bloomberg’s fellow-candidates.

Annals of Inquiry

The Case for Open Borders

In a new graphic-nonfiction book, a libertarian economist conjures an alternative reality in which immigration is unlimited all over the world.

Campaign Chronicles

North Carolina Shows the Rapidly Changing Democratic Race

老葡京网址appCampaign staffers are finding that Democrats in North Carolina are as divided as their counterparts across the country, with many still undecided.

Dispatch

The One War That the Human Species Can’t Lose

Human existence depends on Antarctica’s ice—and it’s now melting.

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A Young Photographer’s Transfixing Portraits of Women

It’s familiarity and trust that produce Senta Simond’s images, which are portraits of both obsession and self-possession.

Campaign Chronicles

The Republicans Planning to Vote in South Carolina’s Democratic Primary

老葡京网址appBefore the state’s Democratic primary, on February 29th, some conservatives are trying to settle on the least electable candidate.

Culture Desk

The Video Game That Lets You Make Video Games

老葡京网址appIn Dreams, the objective isn’t to win a game but to create one. Could it change the industry?

Postscript

What Charles Portis Taught Us

老葡京网址appThe author of “True Grit,” who died on Monday, at the age of eighty-six, created characters imbued with a nontoxic masculinity.

The Current

Warren Makes Her Electability Argument by Skewering Bloomberg

At the debate, Bloomberg muddled his way through deflections after Warren challenged him to release women who had filed complaints against him from their nondisclosure agreements.

Culture Desk

Can the Wildlife of East Africa Be Saved?

When asked for his thoughts about the future of Kenya’s wildlife, the conservationist Richard Leakey was uncompromisingly bleak, predicting that most of the animals are unlikely to survive far beyond the middle of the century.

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Does It Really Matter Who the Democratic Nominee Is?

The political scientist Rachel Bitecofer joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the best way for Democrats to win the Presidency, and Congress, in 2020.

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What to Do in New York City This Weekend

老葡京网址appOur critics pick the best music, art, theatre, and more.

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Reasons I Said Sorry Today

When someone sat on me on the train, when I took twenty minutes to respond to an e-mail, and other occasions for an apology.

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How Wilder-Fury II Became the Biggest Boxing Match in the World

Most people would never dream of spending eighty dollars to watch boxing on TV, but, if ever there was a good time to contemplate such a thing, this is it.

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Classical Music

The New York Philharmonic Honors the Nineteenth Amendment

For “Project 19,” a multiyear series commemorating the amendment’s passage, the Phil commissioned works from nineteen distinguished women composers.

The Art World

The In-Your-Face Paintings of Peter Saul

His cartoony style and subjects exalt sensation as an end in itself.

Oxford Postcard

The Original Bernie Bro Drums Up Expat Votes

老葡京网址appIn London, Larry Sanders, the candidate’s older brother, recalls Bernie’s teen-age forays into electoral politics.

Shouts & Murmurs

To My Relatives

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Video

老葡京网址appStars from the movie “Downhill” team up to tackle our Cartoon Caption Contest.

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Podcasts

The Ascendance of Bernie Sanders

Democratic Party centrists have their hair on fire over the idea of Sanders as the Presidential front-runner. Is he the Party’s future or an electoral disaster?

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