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  1. the group portrait
    Book Publishing’s New Power ClubA wave of hires is set to pick up where the reckoning left off.
  2. the city politic
    Maya Wiley, the Crisis CandidateShe believes a traumatized city deserves a progressive mayor — and she is certain she’d be better at it than her former boss Bill de Blasio.
  3. encounter
    The 65-Year-Old Helping to Un-Deplatform ParlerJeffrey Wernick is not your typical tech investor.
  4. pandemic
    How Long Can COVID Cases Keep Plummeting?There’s a mysterious element to the good news.
  5. street view
    If Your City Were Really Dying, You Probably Wouldn’t KnowVisiting Annalee Newitz’s Four Lost Cities.
  6. the group portrait
    Running Zoom on ZoomHow the company’s executives managed a period of explosive growth while working from their own platform.
  7. the law
    Reintroducing Sonia SotomayorThe once-maligned justice has taken up the mantle of RBG and Thurgood Marshall. But what can she accomplish on the most conservative court in decades?
  8. encounter
    The Mysterious Cryptocurrency Magnate Who Became One of Biden’s Biggest DonorsTalking political bets with 28-year-old CEO Sam Bankman-Fried.
  9. the city politic
    Why Is Eric Adams Getting Snubbed by the Black Political Establishment?In a volatile mayoral race, the Black front-runner is struggling to attract key support.
  10. extremely online
    The Capitalist Case for Overhauling TwitterWe know it’s terrible for society. But it’s also a terribly run company.
  11. life after warming
    After Climate AlarmismThe war on denial has been won. And that’s not the only good news.
  12. end-times
    How BidenWorld Is Scrambling to Prepare for January 21His much-needed recovery agenda will have to weave its way through a Washington that is about to be increasingly distracted by Trump’s re-impeachment.
  13. end-times
    The Most Important Takeaways From Big Tech’s Deplatforming of TrumpBetween San Francisco and Washington, the power shifts by the day.
  14. end-times
    What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the InsurrectionThe youngest member of Congress is invigorated by the mob he helped incite
  15. end-times
    Trump Is on the Verge of Losing EverythingA broken president leaves the White House twice impeached, on the brink of bankruptcy, and criminally exposed.
  16. the group portrait
    The Beleaguered Chroniclers of the Trump White HouseFour years of history, day after day after day.
  17. the system
    The Never-ending Coup Against Black AmericaHistorically, “recovery” tends to look a lot like betrayal.
  18. investigations
    The Lab-Leak HypothesisFor decades, scientists have been hot-wiring viruses in hopes of preventing a pandemic, not causing one. But what if …?
  19. power
    The Karen Next DoorA white woman calls the police on her Black neighbors. Six months later, they still share a property line.
  20. politics
    The Devils Went Down to GeorgiaIn America’s newest swing state, all of the Senate runoff candidates are relying on Trump for one last turn out extravaganza.
  21. the biden presidency
    A Biden Style of Government Is Emerging: Lowest Drama PossibleThe president-elect’s organizing principle seems to be a Barack Obama–inspired insistence on minimizing potential conflict in his administration.
  22. encounter
    On the Front Lines of Moderna’s Vaccine ProgramThe past year has been a blur for scientist Mike Smith: “I want my kids to see their grandparents again. It feels like a crushing responsibility.”
  23. tomorrow
    We Had the Vaccine the Whole TimeThe silver bullet we’ve been waiting for took all of one weekend to design.
  24. parenting
    The Children of QuarantineWhat does a year of isolation and anxiety do to a developing brain?
  25. first person
    COVID Took My Grandfather. But It Wasn’t What Killed Him.His death, six months into the pandemic, is as political as it is biological.
  26. media
    Inside the New York Times’ Heated Reckoning With ItselfThe paper has evolved during the Trump years: less dispassionate, more crusading. This has sparked a raw internal debate over its mission and future.
  27. the national circus
    Frank Rich: The GOP Will Learn Nothing From a Trump DefeatThere’s no reason to think that losing an election will cause America’s conservative movement to either dwindle in size or compromise its views.
  28. election results
    Time Has Never Moved As Slowly As It Did This WeekEveryone wanted to talk about the election, and no one wanted to talk about the election.
  29. the swamp
    The Final Gasp of Donald Trump’s PresidencyInside the White House on election week.
  30. street view
    How Joe Biden Can Be the Amtrak President New York NeedsStart with a new Hudson River tunnel and build from there.
  31. the swamp
    The Winners of Trump’s WashingtonFifty-one insiders who profited off the presidency.
  32. the system
    Two Visions of the Suburbs Are on the Ballot. Both Are Myths.To understand them as imagined by Donald Trump and Joe Biden, you first have to understand that they are actually talking about segregation.
  33. the top line
    The World’s Best BureaucratAs chairman of the Federal Reserve during the pandemic, Jerome Powell has managed to do something almost unimaginable in Washington: a good job.
  34. four long years
    The Birth of an Extraordinary Modern Progressive MovementThe last four years have been an era of radical right-wing rule in Washington — and of remarkable left-wing populist response.
  35. the swamp
    The Tortured Self-Justification of a Trump EnablerHow an anonymous Republican squares his love of power with his contempt for the president.
  36. the national interest
    Even If Trump Loses, Republicans’ Authoritarian Ambitions Will Live OnWhat an election can and can’t save.
  37. in conversation
    Andrew Cuomo on His Pandemic Response and New York’s FutureAlternately combative and reflective, the governor tries to make sense of the last seven months.
  38. the national interest
    Trump’s Genetic Delusions Are Being Put to the TestThe president’s obsession with DNA is not only an expression of racism, but also an explanation for the bizarre passivity of his pandemic response.
  39. white house outbreak
    Even the Creator of Veep Couldn’t Make the Last Week UpArmando Iannucci on a presidency that has surpassed satire.
  40. the swamp
    The Entire Presidency Is a Superspreading EventDown in the polls, high on steroids, and clinging to good health while endangering everyone else’s.
  41. politics
    The #Resistance and the Retirement CommunityInside the Villages in Florida, where election tensions are at an all-time high.
  42. silicon valley
    Is Palantir’s Crystal Ball Just Smoke and Mirrors?An inside look at how Big Data’s scariest, most secretive unicorn got its start.
  43. politics
    QAnon Goes to WashingtonTwenty-four followers of the grotesque conspiracy theory are running for Congress in November. Where does this end?
  44. the system
    The Law Is Not Made for Breonna TaylorAnd its capacity to deliver justice is functionally null.
  45. vision 2020
    Democrats Are All But Resigned to the Supreme Court’s Hard-Right Turn“The ACA could be overturned by Trump’s Supreme Court the week after the election, in the middle of a pandemic. There’s no good answer.”
  46. the top line
    The Fitness Industry’s Pandemic Winners and LosersBusiness is booming for online class providers and golf courses, while gyms and apparel companies are in a tough spot.
  47. the law
    Inside the Bitter Divorce of Cellino & BarnesBruised egos, gobs of money, and the feud that took down New York’s absurdly ubiquitous accident law firm.
  48. covid-19
    What If They Make a Coronavirus Vaccine and Nobody Takes It?There are already clear signs that the public is suspicious about corners being cut.
  49. politics
    Donald Trump Could Be on Trial Sooner Than You ThinkThe criminal case against him is already in the works.
  50. politics
    The Case for ConsequencesFor the Republic to survive Trump’s presidency, he must be tried for his crimes. Even if that sparks a constitutional crisis of its own.
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