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  1. the money game
    Gary Gensler on Crypto, SPACs, and RobinhoodThe new SEC chief may have taught courses on the blockchain at MIT, but he’s not planning to give bitcoin a free pass.
  2. the national interest
    The Wealth Lobby Is Buying Up Democrats to Defeat Biden’s Tax Reform“One of the biggest scams in the history of forever.”
  3. 9/11: 20 years later
    What Dead Prez Got Right About 9/11The rap group represented an alternative vision of the Bush era.
  4. 9/11: 20 years later
    Reparations for IraqAmerica’s engagements in Iraq can best be described as a multidecade colonization.
  5. 9/11: 20 years later
    9/11 Gave Us Two Decades of Anxious ArchitectureAfter the attacks, we had a chance to build the downtown that New York deserves. Two decades later, timidity and fear have us hemmed in at every turn.
  6. 9/11: 20 years later
    America’s Greatest Existential Threat Wasn’t TerrorismFrank Rich on the continuing fallout after 9/11.
  7. the group portrait
    The U.S. Open’s Longest-Tenured Ball BoysAt court with the most senior ball-lobbers and towel-profferers in tennis.
  8. the money game
    The High Priest of Cryptopia Regrets NothingIan Freeman could have been a bitcoin billionaire. Instead, he could go to prison for the rest of his life.
  9. the group portrait
    Gawker Returns for Unknown Length of TimeIt begins again: the messy bargain between Gawker owner and Gawker writer.
  10. higher education
    What’s a Master’s Degree Really Worth?The desperate economics behind the pursuit of an even higher education.
  11. encounter
    Gossiping With Tabloid Icon Cindy AdamsThe stalwart of the New York Post gets ready to tell all — kind of.
  12. the national interest
    A New Variant of COVID Denialism Has EmergedThe Republicans’ pathogenic party line.
  13. politics
    The Cuomo TouchHow he lost the governorship.
  14. politics
    Everyone in San Francisco Has Something to Say About ChesaChesa Boudin is the nation’s most progressive prosecutor in one of the country’s most liberal cities. Now, many residents are trying to throw him out.
  15. the system
    Why Joe Biden’s Racial Justice Agenda Is StalledHe faces resistance from moderate Democrats. But he’s also tied his own hands.
  16. encounter
    Kathryn Garcia’s Wide-Open FutureShe’s out of a job and lost the primary, but the almost-next-mayor of New York is now a political celebrity.
  17. drone wars
    The Drone Leaker“Second Snowden” Daniel Hale exposed the machinery of America’s clandestine warfare. Why did no one seem to care?
  18. inkwell
    Trump Is a Godsend for Book Publishers. He’s Also a Nightmare.Everyone in publishing is sick of the former president. But they keep making books about him anyway.
  19. the national interest
    Biden’s FDR-size BetThe president is rallying Democrats behind a sweeping $3.5 trillion budget package. It could be the key to winning 2024.
  20. the city politic
    Who Won the Mayoral Primary?A complicated new voting system meets an archaic bureaucracy.
  21. insurrection day
    Insurrectionists in PurgatoryA selection of “very fine people.”
  22. insurrection day
    Merrick Garland vs. Trump’s MobThose who hoped he would prosecute January 6 with gusto have been bitterly disappointed.
  23. insurrection day
    The Making of a MAGA MartyrHow Ashli Babbitt, and those who lived, are being remembered.
  24. insurrection day
    Before, During, After January 6The historical perspective at six months.
  25. criminal justice
    Progressives Don’t Need to Downplay Rising HomicidesVictims of community violence deserve the left’s solidarity and policy solutions.
  26. insurrection day
    How January 6 Will Be Remembered by Trump’s SupportersThanks to congressional inaction, the riot could very well become a new Lost Cause.
  27. insurrection day
    The Long Authoritarian History of the Capitol RiotHow the GOP stoked the violent tendencies of its followers.
  28. book excerpt
    Donald Trump’s January 6, by Michael WolffThe view from inside the Oval Office.
  29. the national interest
    D.C. Statehood Is the Democrats’ Only OptionHoping to win by coupproof margins is not a strategy.
  30. media
    Inside the Petty, Vindictive, Career-Ruining Infighting at NY1Onscreen, NY1 seems like a happy family, but a lawsuit exposed the tumult behind the scenes.
  31. encounter
    On the Campaign Trail With Andrew GiulianiThe Son of Rudy is working out his father issues on the road to Albany.
  32. the city politic
    20 New Yorkers (From Fran Lebowitz to Ron Kim) On Ranking The Mayoral CandidatesFran Lebowitz, Ron Kim, Chelsea Manning, and more weigh in on the mayoral primary candidates.
  33. the city politic
    One of These People Will Be the Next Mayor of New YorkFifteen candidates for mayor, each selling a different vision of the city. Choose your top five.
  34. tomorrow
    The Invisible Dead of COVID ColonialismAs the global north vaccinates, the rest of the world is in a grimly familiar place.
  35. power
    The Tiger Mom and the Hornet’s NestFor two decades, Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld were Yale Law power brokers. A new generation wants to see them exiled.
  36. games
    Tennis Lessons and Learning to Feel at Home in My BodyAt age 28, I began transitioning. But my body didn’t become mine until I picked up a racket.
  37. the city politic
    Meet Your Next MayorHousing? Policing? Pot? New York Nico interviews the candidates for New York Magazine.
  38. reckoning with a reckoning
    The Mayors of Oklahoma’s Last All-Black TownsHonoring the centennial of a massacre.
  39. reckoning with a reckoning
    What Happened After Derrick Ingram’s Standoff With the NYPDThe activist is still shut inside the Hell’s Kitchen apartment the police tried to invade.
  40. reckoning with a reckoning
    The Minnesota Freedom Fund Raised Too Much MoneyLast June, donations were pouring in to the bail fund. The cash-strapped operation suddenly had more money than they were set up to handle.
  41. power
    We’re Still Waiting for a Biden DoctrineThe violence in the Middle East has tested the president in ways domestic calamities have not.
  42. reckoning with a reckoning
    A Year After George Floyd’s Death, Police Are Still WinningAmerica is struggling to reform and reimagine the agencies that have been licensed to kill us.
  43. the city politic
    Could New Endorsements Vault Kathryn Garcia Into the Top Tier?“Some of my competitors get fed on being noticed.”
  44. media
    Inside the Nasty Battle Between Tech and JournalismSilicon Valley feels picked on by “woke” journalists “who can’t code.” Reporters feel picked on by petty zillionaires with anger-management problems.
  45. cityscape
    New York’s First Climate Adaptation Battle Is HereThe city wants to bury East River Park to save it.
  46. encounter
    Litquidity Capital Is the Meme King of Wall StreetTalking to the anonymous banker chronicling our weird, get-rich-quick economy.
  47. the city politic
    Andrew Yang’s Insider CampaignHow has a former CEO of 100 employees become the front-runner to govern a city of 9 million? Not simply by being a celebrity and excellent campaigner.
  48. political animals
    How the White House Polices Language in WashingtonIncluding the president’s.
  49. crime
    The Roger Stone Acolyte Who Trolled Staten Island PoliticsEccentric lawyer Richard Luthmann was a staple on the Staten Island political scene. Then the fake Facebook posts began.
  50. covid-19
    Breast-Milk Scrambled Eggs Will Not Protect Your Baby From COVIDThese women were vaccinated and breastfeeding. So why did their babies get COVID?
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