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  1. at home in asian america
    Confessions of an Asian Diversity Hire“It’s not like they put a sign on your desk that reads ‘Diversity Hire.’ You just know.”
  2. crime
    Inside the Ransomware Gangs That Extort HospitalsThey shut down patient care and put lives at risk. Would the pandemic finally slow them down?
  3. at home in asian america
    For Domestic Workers, the Asian Class Divide Begins at HomeFive nannies from the Philippines, Nepal, and China open up about what it’s like to work for their Asian American employers.
  4. at home in asian america
    Asian America Learns How to Hit BackThe desperate, confused, righteous campaign to stop Asian hate.
  5. the national interest
    The GOP’s Surrender to the AntisemitesHow an old scourge crept back into the political mainstream.
  6. the money game
    Beware Ryan Cohen, the Meme-Stock KingHe’s making wild profits. But at whose expense?
  7. politics
    The Sordid Saga of Hunter Biden’s LaptopThe most invasive data breach imaginable is a political scandal Democrats can’t just wish away.
  8. politics
    Who’s the Change Agent Now?Joe Biden is delivering breakthroughs that long eluded Barack Obama. Who understands the presidency best?
  9. business
    Milk Money: The Start-Ups Racing to Shake Up the Baby Formula IndustryThe national shortage that wreaked havoc for parents created an opening in the $4 billion market.
  10. justice
    Mar-a-Lago and the Never-ending Case Against TrumpWhat happens to the rule of law in purgatory?
  11. encounter
    Everything’s Coming Up SchumerThe Senate majority leader has a “different way of getting things done” that saved Biden’s agenda and maybe their party.
  12. encounter
    Can Nasty Nestor Turn Around the Yankees?The pitcher has become an unlikely star for the Yankees. He’s just happy to be here.
  13. trump family
    The Last, Lonely Days of Ivana TrumpHer friends wish she’d never met the rakish young Italian they called the “snake.”
  14. the money game
    The Crypto Geniuses Who Vaporized a Trillion DollarsEveryone trusted the two guys at Three Arrows Capital. They knew what they were doing — right?
  15. the group portrait
    The Subtle Differences of the Many Candidates for New York’s 10th DistrictIt’s a very crowded race for one of the city’s most progressive districts.
  16. the money game
    Are We in a Recession or a Vibecession?Some of the numbers are good, but the feelings are bad.
  17. the national interest
    Joe Biden’s Best Week EverHis presidency is suddenly shaping up to be a resounding success.
  18. what is elon musk?
    What Is Elon Musk?And how is it possible that he could emerge from his Twitter debacle more culturally dominant than ever?
  19. the inside game
    The Kamala ConundrumThe Democrats’ leader-in-waiting is unpopular, derided by donors, and here to stay.
  20. the group portrait
    Shark SpottersLooking for what lurks off New York’s beaches.
  21. encounter
    Platforming a Platformer of the DeplatformedThe premiere of Alex Lee Moyer’s new Alex Jones documentary is a blockbuster anti-Establishment crossover event.
  22. encounter
    Beeple’s Post-NFT ChapterThe digital artist made a pile of money on NFTs before the crypto market crashed. Now he has his eyes on the art world.
  23. crime
    The Criminologist on Trial for Serial ArsonProfessor Maynard taught students about life at the margins of society. Now he is charged with a crime his field is only beginning to understand.
  24. the law
    A Handgun for ChristmasWill a jury find James and Jennifer Crumbley criminally responsible for their son’s mass shooting?
  25. profile
    What Will Chris Smalls Do Next?He did the impossible: Unionize an Amazon warehouse. Then the hard part began.
  26. the system
    How Democrats Bolstered the Post-Roe Enforcement RegimeWhen funding the police backfires.
  27. the power trip
    Donald Trump on 2024: ‘I’ve Already Made That Decision’In an interview with New York, the former president says the only question left in his mind is when he’ll announce.
  28. the group portrait
    Abortion Is Still Legal in Trigger-Law States, Thanks to These LawyersThe post-Dobbs fight has just begun.
  29. the city politic
    Waiting (and Waiting) for an Adams DoctrineSix months into a highly energetic mayoralty, how has Eric Adams changed the city — if at all?
  30. the body politic
    The Abortion Stories We Didn’t TellHow decades of silence left us unprepared for the post-Roe fight.
  31. profile
    Mark Manson, the Self-Help Guru Who Burned OutHe sold 12 million copies of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck. Then he started taking his own advice.
  32. the city politic
    Is Eric Adams All Talk?Six months in, the mayor is facing questions about what, exactly, he’s doing to fix New York.
  33. the national interest
    Republicans Will Do It AgainThey have not been chastened by the revelations of the January 6 committee.
  34. encounter
    Tribeca Festival’s Post-Film RebootJane Rosenthal has run it from the start and now has Murdoch money. And yes, it still shows movies.
  35. the power trip
    Steve Schmidt’s Lonely WarThe political operative shares 14 years’ worth of grievances. He swears he’s never been happier.
  36. games
    Can Men Be Friends?What fantasy sports reveal about the limits of male intimacy.
  37. power
    Dianne Feinstein, the InstitutionalistShe fought for gun control, civil rights, and abortion access for half a century. Where did it all go wrong?
  38. the internet
    The Mainstream Media Lost the Depp-Heard TrialAnd the lifestyle influencers turned court correspondents won.
  39. vision 2024
    Democrats Quietly Search for an Alternative to Biden in 2024Inside the 2024 soul-searching that’s happening in every corner of the Democratic Party — except the White House.
  40. the money game
    Buy Now. Pay (and Pay, and Pay, and Pay) Later.The bill for the finance hack of the pandemic is coming due — for all of us.
  41. the disinformation war
    The Liberal Obsession With ‘Disinformation’ Is Not HelpingWhy the swift death of the White House’s disinformation board is probably a good thing.
  42. encounter
    What’s Wrong With Identity Politics?Philosopher Olúfemi O. Táíwò’s new book reclaims the concept from elite power brokers.
  43. power
    The Woman Who Killed RoeMarjorie Dannenfelser’s single-minded pursuit of an end to abortion.
  44. life after roe
    Abortion Funds Are a Lifeline. And a Target.The right’s attacks on grassroots groups have already begun.
  45. life after roe
    The Limits of Privilege in a Post-Roe WorldThe new abortion regime is going to affect everyone
  46. the system
    Why Is the Firing Squad Making a Comeback?South Carolina’s push to bring back an archaic execution method says a lot about the state of capital punishment today.
  47. business
    When Smoke Gets in Your WineGrowers, vintners, and scientists are scrambling to protect California’s prized Napa Cab from the aftertaste of wildfires.
  48. getting around
    Who’s Afraid of the Subway?Riding every line in the days after the Sunset Park shooting.
  49. the national interest
    Political Correctness Is LosingHow the Democratic Party fought back against illiberalism.
  50. the group portrait
    Amazon Labor Union’s Next Big TestOrganizers are angling for a second historic victory.
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