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John Cassidy on a new report on global economic inequality and how the final Republican tax bill will make things even worse in the United States.
Charles Bethea joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what Doug Jones’s victory in the Alabama Senate race says about Trumpism in the South.
Cynthia Zarin on Théâtre du Soleil’s production of “A Room in India,” directed by Ariane Mnouchkine, at the Park Avenue Armory.
Reflecting on the events of the year 2017, Ian Crouch writes about Sarah Silverman’s response to the sexual-harassment allegations against Louis C.K.
Zachary Kanin’s Daily Cartoon figures out what the Emperor really wants.
Emma Allen and Colin Stokes talk with the cartoonist Roz Chast about dancing moms and the ukulele.
Jason Adam Katzenstein and Farley Katz imagine and illustrate various health-insurance plans for millennials.
Bob Vulfov examines why a self-described very nice guy has trouble finding dates.
Jennifer Gonnerman on the upcoming parole hearing of Daryl Kelly, whose daughter has recanted the testimony she gave when she was eight years old, saying that Kelly raped her.
David Sipress writes about his father’s silence on his family and past, an old family photograph he cherishes, and his fascination with Russia and its history.
John Cassidy on what Doug Jones’s victory in Alabama’s special Senate election could mean for Democrats on the national level.
Helen Rosner writes about the sexual-harassment and sexual-assault allegations against the celebrity chef Mario Batali.
In a tight race for the Senate seat in Alabama, the Democrat Doug Jones defeats the Republican candidate Roy Moore by a margin of one and a half per cent.
Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about how Doug Jones beat Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race, and dealt a blow to Trump and the Republicans.
W. Ralph Eubanks remembers the journalist Simeon Booker, who who died on Sunday, at the age of ninety-nine, and was known for his fearless reporting on the civil-rights movement across the South.
John Cassidy writes about how journalists and the news media can respond to Donald Trump’s unfounded accusations that coverage is “fake news.”
Andy Borowitz jokes that Roy Moore responded to his defeat to Doug Jones in the Alabama special election by visiting the Gadsden Mall, from which he was reportedly banned.
It’s Going to Be a Long Night
For Friends Back Home in Alabama, An Expectant Day
On Fox News, Ambivalence About Roy Moore