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Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell illustrates a humorous list of things you could have been doing instead of checking your phone.
John Cassidy on how Republican leaders are trying to railroad through Congress an unpopular tax-reform plan before opponents have time to mobilize.
Reporting on the Weinstein scandal opened the floodgates; David Remnick talks with the reporter Ronan Farrow and the thinker Bell Hooks.
Sara Lautman pines for the days of mansplaining.
Jane Hu on Weike Wang’s début novel, “Chemistry,” and Asian-Anglophone writers’ use of first-person narrators to play with tropes of Asian impersonality.
Ian Crouch recommends Alex Cameron’s “Forced Witness,” Joshua Rothman recommends Colleen’s “Captain of None,” and Lauretta Charlton recommends Ariel Pink’s “Feels Like Heaven.”
John Cassidy on revelations that Donald Trump, Jr., corresponded with Wikileaks during the 2016 Presidential election.
Ian Crouch on the politically charged controversies that have embroiled Keurig, over Sean Hannity, and Papa John’s, over the N.F.L. athlete protests, in recent weeks.
Her new album is full of wry and revealing lines. But is she admitting to flaws or just trying to fit in?
Lars Kenseth’s Daily Cartoon decides to look into the Clintons again.
Andy Borowitz writes a humorous news report about Eric Trump asking his father, Donald Trump, if he can have his brother Donald, Jr.,’s bedroom.
Ali Fitzgerald illustrates a humorous series of autumnal horrors, including the rotting pumpkin of doom and leaf-peeping envy.
In “Autumn of the Patriarchy,” David Remnick delves into the Harvey Weinstein moment and the Trump Presidency.
Simon Parkin reviews “Call of Duty: WWII” and “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus,” two recent Nazi-themed video games, in light of the resurgence of white nationalism.
Tina Brown on Harvey Weinstein, and Adam Davidson with a story of love, war, and sandwiches in the ancient city of Aleppo.
Farley Katz’s Daily Cartoon asks if a marathon without social media really counts.
Gabrielle Bell’s humorous sketches about dogsitting a neighbor’s geriatric dog.
Mary Pilon writes about Shalane Flanagan’s historic win at the New York City Marathon.
Russell Platt on Leonard Bernstein’s “Kaddish” symphony, which will be performed this week by the New York Philharmonic.
On his new album, “Beach House 3,” Ty’s spiritual change is as thorough as the transformation of his genre.