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Robin Wright on Donald Trump’s début speech to the United Nations, in which he called Kim Jong Un “Rocket Man” and descended into baffling, bellicose language.
Jon Lee Anderson writes about the recent destruction of Cuba and other Caribbean islands in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Jose, and the threat that Hurricane Maria poses.
Vinson Cunningham writes about “Style Drivers,” a coffee-table book that showcases the basketball player Russell Westbrook’s fashion sense.
Jessamyn Hatcher on a group of Dutch scuba divers whose underwater find has raised questions about archeology, maritime law, and the propriety of scavenging shipwrecks.
Karen Chee and Jason Adam Katzenstein humorously imagine get-well-soon cards that members of the G.O.P. might send.
Andy Borowitz jokes about a war of words—specifically, Elton John lyrics, after Donald Trump called Kim Jong Un “Rocket Man” during a U.N. speech.
Harris Mayersohn writes a humorous list of ways to say “thank you” instead of apologizing.
Jonas Hassen Khemiri, a Swedish playwright and the author of “Everything I Don’t Remember,” reads his story from the September 25, 2017, issue of the magazine.
Emily Nussbaum writes about the 2017 Emmys ceremony, which was hosted by Stephen Colbert and featured an off-the-mark appearance from Sean Spicer.
Hillary Clinton has no doubt that allies of Donald Trump colluded with Russia and WikiLeaks to derail her election.
Amanda Petrusich writes about the fifty-year history of Rolling Stone, from its New Journalism beginnings to the forthcoming sale of the magazine’s majority stake by its founder, Jann Wenner.
Peter Kuper’s Daily Cartoon considers a recent tweet from President Trump about golf and Hillary Clinton.
Andrea K. Scott writes about the collective Asco and its former member Harry Gamboa, Jr., whose photographs are now on display at the Marlborough Gallery in New York.
Amy Davidson on Donald Trump’s latest tweets about terrorism, immigration, ESPN, and political correctness, which may cause legal problems for his travel ban.
Alan Burdick discusses a controversial recent study by Michal Kosinski and Yilun Wang that uses facial-recognition technology to identify people’s sexual orientation.
Kelefa Sanneh on the upcoming boxing match between Gennady (G.G.G.) Golovkin and Saúl (Canelo) Álvarez.
The New Yorker presents the longlist for the 2017 National Book Award for Fiction.
Chris Weyant’s Daily Cartoon considers what it looks like when a politician takes responsibility for his failings.
Richard Brody writes about Mike White’s movie “Brad’s Status,” starring Ben Stiller, which revolves around the college-admissions game.
John Cassidy on President Trump’s change of heart on DACA and whether his conservative critics can compel him to end the immigration program.