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  1. encounter
    Gossiping With Tabloid Icon Cindy AdamsThe stalwart of the New York Post gets ready to tell all — kind of.
  2. the city politic
    Could New Endorsements Vault Kathryn Garcia Into the Top Tier?“Some of my competitors get fed on being noticed.”
  3. 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.
  4. encounter
    The Tech Elite’s Favorite Pop IntellectualJulia Galef on bringing the rationalist movement to the mainstream.
  5. education
    Richard Carranza’s Last Stand As NYC Schools ChancellorMayor de Blasio hired an “equity warrior.” How parental politics — and the pandemic — left him defeated.
  6. the city politic
    Scott Stringer Isn’t Paying Attention to the Polls“Let the campaign play out,” he says. “It hasn’t even begun yet.”
  7. encounter
    Zooming With TikTok’s Right-Wing PunditChristian Walker wants to be the face of Gen-Z conservatism.
  8. 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.
  9. encounter
    The 65-Year-Old Helping to Un-Deplatform ParlerJeffrey Wernick is not your typical tech investor.
  10. encounter
    Starting Trouble With the New York Times Media Columnist Ben Smith“I like asking weird, awkward questions that don’t necessarily make me seem like a good person.”
  11. profile
    Julián Castro and the ‘Timeless’ Policing CrisisPolicing reform was the centerpiece of his failed campaign. Now, it’s all anyone is talking about.
  12. encounter
    ‘We Saw This Problem Coming’Lauren Underwood, the youngest Black woman to ever serve in Congress, on remote legislating during a pandemic.
  13. the longest lives
    One of the Last Greenwich Village Bohemians Turns 100 in QuarantineVincent Livelli once seduced Anaïs Nin and is why Clement Greenberg knew the rumba. He’s still holding court off Washington Square Park.
  14. encounter
    The Woman Tasked With Saving the Subway Is Still Commuting on ItSarah Feinberg took over the city’s transit in a state of emergency – and controversy.
  15. politics
    Katie Hill, After the ScandalHer rise to Congress heralded the arrival of a new and modern political generation. And then the pictures leaked.
  16. profile
    On the Ground With Lis Smith, the Political Pro Who Invented ‘Mayor Pete’Win or lose, she’s turned an unknown into a serious contender.
  17. in conversation
    Frank Gehry Doesn’t Know How to RetireIn conversation with the most famous architect alive, who’s fully engaged and working nonstop as he turns 91.
  18. profile
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Has Already Changed D.C. It Hasn’t Changed Her Much.She reshaped her party’s agenda, resuscitated Bernie Sanders’s campaign, and hardly has a friend in town.
  19. profile
    Chelsea Clinton Is Figuring Out Her Own Life NowThe odd situation of the former First Daughter in 2019.
  20. state of the world
    It’s Greta Thunberg’s WorldBut it’s still burning. The extraordinary rise of a 16-year-old, and her Hail Mary climate movement.
  21. encounter
    Among the Moderate Chic at Bari Weiss’s Book PartyThe embattled Establishment assembles to celebrate the Times op-ed columnist’s book on anti-Semitism.
  22. encounter
    A Tennis History Lesson With the Oldest Living Grand Slam Champ“You could travel the world and live like a king. And you didn’t make any money,” says 95-year-old Vic Seixas.
  23. encounter
    At the Fortnite World Cup With the Game’s Youngest Star YetH1ghSky1, a.k.a. 12-year-old Patrick Bragaru, is too young to compete in the tournament, but still has plenty of fans.
  24. profile
    The Civil-Rights Lawyer Starting a Legal Crusade Against Police BrutalityBen Crump has represented the families of Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, and Tamir Rice — and he may be the hardest-working attorney in the country.
  25. media
    Shari Redstone’s $30 Billion TriumphBelittled by Viacom and CBS executives, mocked by journalists, and insulted by her own father, the 62-year-old heiress now sits atop a media empire.
  26. vision 2020
    Tulsi Gabbard Had a Very Strange ChildhoodWhich may just help explain why she’s so totally out of place in today’s Democratic Party. And her long-shot race for the presidency.
  27. the master remembered
    From 2017, a Portrait of I. M. Pei at (Nearly) 100Having conquered modernism, he moved beyond it to etch his legacy into the past century.
  28. vision 2020
    Stacey Abrams Has a Big Decision to MakeGovernor? Senator? Veep? President?! The Georgian who is usually sure about everything finds herself conflicted about her future.
  29. profile
    Cory Booker Wants to Give You a Hug, and Be Your Next PresidentHe’s ready to run the most optimistic, earnest, emotionally present campaign in history — and is betting that’s what Trump’s America is ready for.
  30. profile
    Parkland Activist David Hogg Is Taking His Gap Year at the BarricadesFurious and unflinching, an NRA enemy, an accused “crisis actor,” and a high-school grad trying to figure out what’s next.
  31. politics
    For Nikki Haley, Dealing With Foreign Tyrants Is the Easy Part of the JobHow the U.N. ambassador handles her boss with great diplomacy.
  32. select all
    De’arra and Ken Are Just a Typical Couple — With 3.6 Million YouTube SubscribersThese partners are trying to live their lives. Except they’re doing it in public.
  33. profile
    Joe and Mika (and Donald): A Beltway Love StoryJoe, Mika, and their star-crossed relationship with the president.
  34. profile
    The Culthopping Twins Who Have Been Evangelicals, Rappers, and Digital NomadsThey’ve been juicers, rappers, Evangelicals. One ran for Congress. But no matter where these brothers go, they can’t quite seem to fit in.
  35. profile
    One Millennial’s Attempt to Be the Youngest Congresswoman in HistoryAlexis Frank, a 26-year-old political novice, never considered vying for Congress — until she saw Hillary Clinton lose.
  36. profile
    Kirsten Gillibrand Is Becoming a Progressive Champion. Is a 2020 Run Next?The Democrats’ most unlikely holy warrior smells rebellion in the air.
  37. profile
    How Obama’s Confidant Became His Greatest Adversary on Climate ChangeLaurence Tribe is fighting the White House on behalf of Big Coal. His friends are furious at him, which breaks his heart.
  38. profile
    The Hard Truths of Ta-Nehisi CoatesAfter the dreams of Martin Luther King Jr. and the hopes of Barack Obama.
  39. profile
    The Hard Truths of Ta-Nehisi CoatesWhat comes after the dreams of Martin Luther King Jr. and the hopes of Barack Obama.
  40. profile
    Jean Nouvel Is a Master Without a StyleTalking to the architecte terrible who can’t stand one of his new buildings.
  41. profile
    Jean Nouvel Is a Master Without a StyleTalking to the architecte terrible who can’t stand one of his new buildings.
  42. profile
    Today, the New York Doctor Who Contracted Ebola Is Feeling FineCraig Spencer on what it felt like to be sick amid a city’s fear and media madness.
  43. the sports section
    Manny Pacquiao Is Fighting a Lot More Than Floyd MayweatherBut it’s still the biggest bout in decades.
  44. profile
    Ray Rice’s Redemption Campaign“Man, they just don’t know who I am.”
  45. profile
    Ray Rice’s Redemption Campaign“Man, they just don’t know who I am.”
  46. profile
    Are the Mets Big Enough for Matt Harvey?The next New York–size super sports star is finally back on the mound.
  47. architecture
    Santiago Calatrava’s Glorious BoondoggleHe was commissioned to design an architectural extravagance at ground zero. He succeeded, an accomplishment that threatens to destroy his reputation.
  48. the criminal justice system
    Ken Thompson’s Mission for Racial EqualityA goal that just happens to boost the district attorney’s political profile. 
  49. media
    The Rise and Rise and Rise of ABC’s Ben SherwoodHis meandering, joyous — or maybe seriously Machiavellian — path to the top.
  50. profile
    The Bitcoin Boy: 16-Year-Old Erik Finman Is in His Silicon Valley PrimeDemand for tech prodigies is at an all-time high. So is the supply.
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