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Where Is Barack Obama?

The most popular American, whose legacy is the primary target of Donald Trump, has, for now, virtually disappeared from public life.

By Gabriel Debenedetti

Inside the Binge Factory

The streaming service is hiring everybody in Hollywood to make more shows than any network ever has, and it already knows which ones you’ll like.

By Bobby Doherty and Josef Adalian

Read This Story and Get Happier

The most talked-about college course in America isn’t about making money or saving the world. It’s about how to be truly happy. We took it for you.

By Adam Sternbergh and Zohar Lazar

The Original Donald Trump

The city’s Establishment will ignore unscrupulous acts to serve its interests — just look how it treated the onetime lawyer to the president.

By Mary Ellen Mark and Frank Rich

Cynthia Nixon Has Already Won

She’s already won by moving the governor to the left. And she’s beginning to think she just might win the whole thing.

By Jessica Pressler, Marco Grob and Andres Kudacki

Cynthia Nixon Has Already Won

She’s already won by moving the governor to the left. And she’s beginning to think she just might win the whole thing.

By Jessica Pressler, Marco Grob and Andres Kudacki

The Internet Apologizes …

Even those who designed our digital world are aghast at what they created. A breakdown of what went wrong.

By Noah Kulwin

501 Days in Swampland

A constant drip of corruption. And this is just what we know so far …

By Joy Crane and Nick Tabor

Natalie Portman Is Jackie Kennedy

In the midst of newfound political turmoil, the actress revives the First Lady onscreen, a woman whose private resolve and public grace may have held the nation together.

By Boris Kachka

8 Years in Obama’s America

All presidencies are historic. But no president since at least LBJ, and probably FDR, has arrived at a moment of greater historic urgency than Obama.

By Barack Obama