The country is hopelessly split. So why not make it official and break up?
A New Jersey couple thought they’d found their dream house — until they opened the mail.
Trump is trapped, and trying to protect himself at all costs.
Locals gird for the L-train shutdown.
Rep. Barbara Lee, back in the majority.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on survivors of school shootings, young people who’ve abstained from voting, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
For New York Magazine’s November 12-25, 2018 issue cover story, Kerry Howley looks at how gymnastic trainer Larry Nassar’s predation was protected.
Why he brought 1992 back to life now.
Gabriela Hearst’s first store, Brooklinen goes brick-and-mortar, and the Equinox of egg freezing.
The retiree who basically lives at Bergdorf’s.
Tips for Times Square, Lady Liberty, Katz’s, and more.
A Gothic firehouse.
At Çka Ka Qëllu, Albanian cooking gets a long overdue showcase.
David Chang is selling Bologna breakfast sandwiches in a mall – and they’re great.
After decades apart, our art critic sits down with his old friend Willem Dafoe to talk van Gogh.
At Eternity’s Gate director Julian Schnabel addresses a few common myths about the troubled artist.
The pseudonymous new cartoonist behind “Nancy” is giving an old comic strip a millennial-approved update.
An appreciation of an American revolutionary, ahead of the Whitney’s can’t-miss new retrospective.
The good intentions of American Son.
In The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the Coen Brothers take old Westerns to a new frontier.
Though mostly twaddle as history, The Favourite is great fun, a period drama.
Newark’s revival is finally real. So is its latest problem.
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