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Each week, Richard Brody picks a classic film, a modern film, an independent film, a foreign film, and a documentary for online viewing.
Andy Borowitz jokes that Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, has offered to life for free during the government shutdown.
John Cassidy on the budget battle between President Trump and Chuck Schumer, along with the Democrats, and the resulting government shutdown.
Sarah Schmelling humorously describes how she is similar to Queen Elizabeth II in Season 2 of the Netflix series “The Crown.”
Evan Osnos and Adam Entous on how the President’s son-in-law, despite his inexperience in diplomacy, became Beijing’s primary point of interest.
Sarah Larson writes about “Slow Burn,” Slate’s podcast about the forgotten stories of Nixon and Watergate.
Gerald Marzorati writes about the fifteen-year-old Ukranian tennis player Marta Kostyuk and the joys of young talent in the game.
Peter Kuper’s Daily Cartoon shows the evolution of Trump’s wall.
In Ellis Rosen’s Daily Cartoon, Trump gets an examination from a medical expert.
Eren Orbey writes about the return of Tyra Banks to “America’s Next Top Model.”
Alan Burdick discusses the results of President Donald Trump’s first physical examination since taking office.
Sheila Marikar on Forward, a startup that seeks to give the annual medical exam a modern veneer through the use of artificial intelligence and sleek design.
In Jeremy Nguyen’s Daily Cartoon, Trump tries a popular new app.
Shannon Reed humorously imagines password prompts for members of the Trump Administration.
Rachel Syme on the brand Lingua Franca, which transforms trending political phrases into luxury fashion statements overnight.
President Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric is part of a much larger offensive against any form of immigration that would make the United States resemble the ethnic diversity of his native Queens, Jelani Cobb writes.
Hallie Bateman illustrates some symptoms of life in New York City.
Examining immigration and deportation from the perspective of a Wisconsin dairy farm, a conservative Washington think tank, and a sanctuary church where a woman is hiding from ICE.
Nicholas Schmidle reports on the C.I.A.’s paradoxical relationship with Pakistan when it comes to the fight against terrorism.