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  1. screen time
    Is Your Phone the Reason You Feel Broke?The smartphone economy is booming — and it also feels awful.
  2. encounter
    Israel-Palestine Scholar Norman Finkelstein’s Long CrusadeA cantankerous Israel critic takes a rare turn in the limelight.
  3. reasons to love new york
    A $45 Million Effort to Make Pregnancy Less Deadly in BrooklynThe borough president spent his entire capital budget on midwives, NICUs, and more.
  4. reasons to love new york
    Donald Trump Has Met His Match in Fellow Queens Native Arthur EngoronThe judge overseeing Trump’s civil fraud trial is a fiery Queens native, too.
  5. reasons to love new york
    When Your Friends Throw You a Fake FuneralThe bon vivante is as of yet alive.
  6. the national interest
    Nikki Haley’s Rocket Ride to Second PlaceHer boomlet is the GOP’s weakest challenge to Trump yet.
  7. the approval matrix
    And the Most-Delayed Subway of 2023 Is …Our guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  8. obituaries
    Henry Kissinger, the Devil at the Dinner PartyHenry Kissinger’s long final act — after Harvard and D.C. and Cambodia — was spent at New York’s more rarefied tables.
  9. the power trip
    The Mind-Bending Politics of RFK Jr.’s Spoiler CampaignBiden says he’s a conservative. Trump says he’s a liberal. They’re both right — and he could turn the presidential race upside down.
  10. torn up and apart
    The War and New YorkFears, protests, posts, firings, doxings, lost friendships, vigils, and betrayals. The city since October 7.
  11. torn up and apart
    How New York High-School Students Are Processing the WarTeenagers looking for answers.
  12. torn up and apart
    92NY Splits With the Cultural EliteA venerable institution digs in.
  13. torn up and apart
    Israel, Gaza, and the Fracturing of the Intellectual Left“A segment of the left’s moral compass seems to have broken.”
  14. torn up and apart
    Witnessing Gaza Through My Instagram FeedEvery morning, I check my feed in the hopes of finding something from Bisan. My stomach tightens with each scroll until she appears.
  15. torn up and apart
    Who Gets to Protest at Columbia?What led the university to suspend pro-Palestinian student groups.
  16. torn up and apart
    The Posters and MeWatching the angry, silent, futile proxy war.
  17. torn up and apart
    The Public Defender Labeled a Poster DefamerVictoria Ruiz lost her job after she tore down a flyer at a pro-Palestine vigil. What really happened?
  18. the approval matrix
    Cher Believes in the Macy’s Thanksgiving ParadeOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  19. the body politic
    Abortion Wins Again. Now What?Democrats can’t coast on the issue’s popularity.
  20. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the New York City MarathonWe stopped sweaty, exhausted, Gatorade-drenched runners at the finish line of the 52nd annual race.
  21. games
    What Money Can’t Buy Steve CohenThe billionaire hedge-funder is used to getting what he wants. His time as Mets owner and casino bidder is a whole different ballgame.
  22. vision 2024
    The Radical Pessimism of Cornel WestCondemned by Establishment Democrats, dismissed by academics. What else is there to do but run for president?
  23. the discourse
    Is That Antisemitic?The fraught terminology surrounding the war in Gaza.
  24. neighborhood news
    The Trump Boys Are Back in TownEric and Don Jr. defend their father in court.
  25. the money game
    The Real SBF Stood UpAn open-and-shut case finally revealed the criminal behind the legend.
  26. the approval matrix
    The One With an Impromptu Matthew Perry MemorialOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  27. encounter
    Crumps’ IllusionsMike Crumplar, the self-mythologizing Substacker of Dimes Square, is convinced he’s in a Balzac novel.
  28. power
    Melissa DeRosa’s Revenge CampaignAndrew Cuomo’s right-hand woman is settling scores.
  29. power
    The Most Powerful New Yorkers You’ve Never Heard Of49 people who are actually running New York City.
  30. the discourse
    War of the StatementsThe unusual way Americans have processed the Israel-Hamas War.
  31. the approval matrix
    It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like ChermasOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  32. israel-hamas war
    What the Black Struggle Tells Us About the Israel-Hamas WarThe Black legacy of channeling our grief toward a more just world is often missing from the American discourse.
  33. the media
    Shams Charania’s Scoop DreamsHe tweeted his way to the top of the NBA reporting world. He might be the future of sports journalism.
  34. the power trip
    Do Any of These People Stand a Chance Against Trump?On the trail with the candidates vying (in theory, anyway) for the Republican nomination.
  35. the approval matrix
    We Enjoy All WeatherOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  36. the national interest
    Why House Republicans Keep Couping Each OtherAn even crazier Republican always comes along to claim the gavel.
  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. tomorrow
    Sam Altman Is the Oppenheimer of Our AgeHe insists the artificial intelligence he is creating could destroy civilization even as he hastens its advancement. Do we know enough about him?
  39. the discourse
    Cancel Culture Grows UpHave we figured out how to separate the repugnant from the merely unlucky?
  40. the approval matrix
    The Sun Sets on WFHOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  41. the group portrait
    Give the Liberty Their CrownHow New York’s WNBA team became the hottest ticket — with the rowdiest crowd — in town.
  42. the body politic
    The Return of the Marriage PlotWhy everyone is suddenly so eager for men and women to get hitched.
  43. chapters
    How Rupert Murdoch Decided to Dump Tucker CarlsonThe 92-year-old media baron was fond of the Fox News host — but Donald Trump complicates everything.
  44. schools
    Did New York City Forget How to Teach Children to Read?This fall, Eric Adams is pivoting to phonics.
  45. crime
    Protecting a PredatorHow Columbia University ignored women, undermined prosecutors, and allowed one of its OB/GYNs to abuse hundreds of patients.
  46. stop the presses
    The Journalist and the BillionaireWalter Isaacson, schmoozy icon of the Old Media elite, has written a biography of Elon Musk, who despises all of those things.
  47. the national interest
    Why Isn’t a Mainstream Democrat Challenging Biden?The demand for a different option is robust. What is mystifyingly absent is the supply.
  48. the approval matrix
    All of Us DoppelgangersOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  49. medicine
    The Mystery of Long COVID Is Just the BeginningAt Yale’s clinic, medical sleuth Lisa Sanders is trying almost everything.
  50. the approval matrix
    End-of-Summertime SadnessOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
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