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  1. fall preview 2018
    Golden Diner Is the First Solo Project From a Major Food Group and Momofuku VetWith Xian-style gyros and chicken katsu BLTs, Queens native Sam Yoo appeals to both the short-order purist and the 21st-century gastronome.
  2. the kavanaugh hearings
    Why Aren’t Democrats Waging an All-Out War to Stop Kavanaugh’s Confirmation?As activists sound the alarm on the threat to Roe and other rights, many Democrats, taking a cue from party leaders, see confirmation as a done deal.
  3. criminal justice
    A Turbulent Mind, and a Crime That Shocked New YorkMeasures to keep the violently mentally ill from hurting others are about to be put to the test by the man they were designed to stop.
  4. fall preview 2018
    Lilia’s Missy Robbins Opens Pasta-Focused Misi on Saturday in BrooklynTen vegetable dishes, ten pastas, and ice cream. What more does anyone need?
  5. medicaid expansion
    Obamacare on the Ballot: Will Red-State Voters Expand Medicaid This Fall?In three very conservative states, voters are bypassing resistant lawmakers and putting the question to a popular vote.
  6. media
    Susan Brownmiller on How The Village Voice Made Her a WriterThe editing was light; the opportunities were endless.
  7. couples
    Judith Giuliani on the Rudy She Married, and the Rudy She’s DivorcingHow she diagnoses her ex’s new “dissembling” condition.
  8. white house
    Why on Earth Is Trump Making Infomercials From the Rose Garden?Lately, the president has been standing outside and yelling about various things. The reason involves his new communications director, Bill Shine.
  9. the feeding tube
    The Great British Baking Show Is Back — But Is It Still Good?A superfan weighs in on some big changes for the show that essentially defines British culture.
  10. goodbyes
    Scenes From John McCain’s Memorial: Biden Remembers Senator as ‘a Brother’As services for McCain moved from Arizona to Washington, Trump — who isn’t invited — held a raucous rally in Indiana, as planned.
  11. the national interest
    Trump Is a Snob Who Secretly Despises His Own SupportersTrump mocks Jeff Sessions for his southern accent and lack of an Ivy League degree.
  12. 2020 elections
    Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 Maneuvering Is Getting Even More AggressiveShe’s already laid serious groundwork to take on Trump, and recent moves could have her muscling further ahead of the other potential candidates.
  13. trump white house
    Trump, Angered by Growing Legal Troubles, Finds Ways to Make Them Even WorseWith allies worried that he’s ill-equipped to handle new subpoenas, or even impeachment, Trump pushed out McGahn and resumed efforts to fire Sessions.
  14. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Chinese Restaurants in FlushingWhere to go for everything from rice rolls to cold purple-sweet-potato noodles to Muslim lamb chops.
  15. foreign policy
    The U.S. Has Blood on Its Hands in Yemen, and Can’t Wash It OffMattis’s threat to reduce support for Saudi-led bombings rings hollow in light of the Trump administration’s broader stance on Mideast arms sales.
  16. 2018 primaries
    Progressive Andrew Gillum Wins Florida Democratic Gubernatorial Primary in UpsetBernie Sanders–endorsed Gillum, who hopes to be Florida’s first black governor, will face Trump pick Ron DeSantis in a high-stakes general election.
  17. the national interest
    John McCain Tried to Save the Republican Party From Itself, and Was CrushedTwo decades ago, McCain made the only serious attempt to arrest the party’s long rightward lurch. His defeat still lingers.
  18. gerrymandering
    Why North Carolina May Have to Redraw Its Gerrymandered Map Before the MidtermsA federal court raised the possibility of requiring a new map for the midterms, which could help Democrats while generating electoral chaos.
  19. the national interest
    House Republicans Have a Secret List of Trump Scandals They’re Covering UpThe GOP’s closing argument for the midterms: look at all the corruption that will be uncovered if Democrats gain control!
  20. cyber security
    Inside the Midterm Campaigns’ Fight to Stop Cyber Attacks — Before It’s Too LateEven if campaigns internalize 2016’s lessons — and have yet to be targeted — it’s likely they’re still behind on preempting the next round of threats.
  21. rip
    Senator John McCain Dead at 81The iconic senator survived more than five years as a P.O.W. and more than three decades as a member of Congress.
  22. the national interest
    NRA Says FBI Is Treating Trump As Unfairly As Al Capone“They’re trying to Al Capone the president,” complains Dana Loesch.
  23. interesting times
    Andrew Sullivan: Here’s Where Things Get Dangerous With TrumpHis new legal troubles are the beginning, not the end. He will defend himself, like every other mafia boss, to the bitter end.
  24. the national interest
    Trump, Obstructing Justice Again, Asked Lawyers About Manafort PardonTrump is just very compassionate, and willing to look guilty to help an old friend, who by the way he barely knows.
  25. the national circus
    Frank Rich: The Endgame for Trump Comes Into ViewThe tumult of this week hasn’t finished off his presidency yet, but the final stages look closer by the day.
  26. the national interest
    Republican Senator Gives Trump Green Light to Fire SessionsLindsey Graham: “The president’s entitled to an attorney general he has faith in.” Which means a hack.
  27. the national interest
    Trump Wants to Ban Flipping Because He Is Almost Literally a Mob BossIt would be extremely difficult to prosecute any organized crime if it were not possible to trade lenient sentences in return for cooperation.
  28. 2018 elections
    Why Republicans, Not Democrats, Want the Midterms to Be About ImpeachmentThe Democratic base is sufficiently fired up, but the GOP hopes the rising threat of impeachment can rally Trump’s voters in November.
  29. the national interest
    Every Single House Republican Is Actively Covering Up Trump’s GuiltRepublican now says the party needs to control Congress to help “hold Trump accountable.” What?
  30. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Rooftop Bars in New YorkWhen you need a well-made drink with a breathtaking view to match.
  31. the law
    5 Ways the Cohen and Manafort News Adds to Trump’s Legal JeopardyPresident Trump was implicated in a federal crime, and while he probably won’t be charged anytime soon, the legal risks are still massive.
  32. the national interest
    ‘Law and Order’ Candidate Donald Trump Is Surrounded by CriminalsLock them up.
  33. the national interest
    Trump’s Craziest Climate Speech Ever Explains His New Dirty Energy PolicyPresident likes coal because it’s “indestructible,” hates wind because birds can kill it, somehow.
  34. economy
    Despite Talks With China, Trump Is in No Rush to Call Off His Trade WarChina is eager to make a deal, but the administration wants to tighten the screws with more tariffs first.
  35. trendlet
    There’s a Lot of Great New Fried Chicken in New York Right NowServed hot, cold, and haute.
  36. interesting times
    Cleansing the Catholic Church of Its SinsAfter the Pennsylvania priest abuse scandal, it’s time to end the shame around homosexuality, open up the priesthood, and toss out enablers of evil.
  37. trump white house
    Trump Revoking Security Clearances Shows He Feels Powerless Against MuellerTrump wouldn’t be attacking Brennan and threatening others if he was confident that he could make a bold move against Mueller and get away with it.
  38. the national interest
    Pretending Single Payer Health Care Is Easy to Pass Doesn’t Make It EasyBernie Bros need to stop calling Democrats shills and engage with the reason they’re reluctant to impose radical change.
  39. foreign policy
    Trump Signs Defense Bill, Says He’ll Ignore Many Limits Set by CongressTrump claimed he can override restrictions on cooperation with Russia, efforts to reduce civilian casualties, and even mere information requests.
  40. russia probe
    Trump Admits Revoking Brennan’s Security Clearance Was About the Mueller ProbeTrump said it’s “something that had to be done” about the “sham” investigation, & suggested he was testing waters for a broader move against Mueller.
  41. 2018 elections
    Primary Results: Dems Embrace Diversity, GOP Pulls Closer to TrumpAs Democrats nominated several candidates whose win in November would be a historic first, Republicans continued rejecting their pre-Trump past.
  42. what the right is reading
    What You’re Really Arguing About When You Argue About PoliticsAre our motives and beliefs just convenient lies we tell ourselves? A new book by the controversial economist Robin Hanson argues they are.
  43. trump white house
    A Guide to Omarosa’s Trump N-word Tape AllegationsOmarosa claims she’s heard the damning tape, and expects it to be released soon. But Trump aides say she told them a wildly different story.
  44. the underground gourmet
    Roman Soul in Brownstone BrooklynThe food is good at Lillo Cucina Italiana, but the main attraction is Lillo himself.
  45. trump white house
    White House Looks at Legal Options for Silencing Omarosa, Probably Won’t SucceedExperts say it’s unlikely she broke the law by taping her firing, and pressing the point raises new concerns about security in Trump’s White House.
  46. ayanna presley
    Ayanna Pressley Wants to Shake the Democratic Party AgainOn the heels of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s tectonic win, a Massachusetts primary tests the limits of insurgency.
  47. the law
    Judge Ellis Knows What He’s Doing in the Manafort TrialAnd rumors that the trial has Mueller on the ropes have been greatly exaggerated.
  48. the national interest
    Omarosa Is Leveraging Her Tapes Against the Trump AdministrationOmarosa may or may not have the goods, but she knows exactly what she is doing, and Trump is right to be scared.
  49. politics
    Where Trump’s Vacation Is a Vacation From TrumpThe White House without the president is like a bunker without the war.
  50. talking to
    8 People on Surviving Gay Conversion Therapy“I think the key thing is that I wanted to change a lot of the time because I had so much self-hate — I was very much participating in it.”
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