What lessons does Putin’s Russia hold for Trump’s U.S.?
After betting big on their very unlikely candidate, a few Wall Streeters are salivating over the dividends.
Populism has seldom been so rich. A nominee dossier.
James D. Walsh
Republicans own Obamacare now, so how will they break it?
The CNN chief finds someone’s attacks on the media a little sad.
Hollywood confronts how to confront Trump.
Covering Washington’s big power shifts, then and now.
The OA is the year’s first sleeper hit. Which is funny, given that a few years ago, it likely never would have gotten made.
An artist’s radical refugees proposal.
How a 76-year-old gang of teenagers wound up fighting the undead, meeting the Ramones, and starring in a sex-infused murder-mystery show on the CW.
The Billy on the Street creator on screaming with purpose, comedy under Trump, and taking celebrities down a peg.
Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi on his latest film, The Salesman.
I Am Not Your Negro is timeless.
The Founder is an acerbic, uncomfortably timely bite of McDonald’s history.
Paul Auster was once a Nobel hopeful. Did he change, or did we?
Richard Prince deploys fake art.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Including Kim France on the myth of dressing your age, Cindy Gallop on boy toys, and Linda Wells on the true cost.
Readers sound off on Jared Kushner, the future of abortion, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
Simone Rocha’s first U.S. store, AYR opens in Soho, and more.
The former Clinton campaign fellow who organized in Wyoming.
At Loring Place, Dan Kluger steps out of Jean-Georges’s shadow.
Llama Inn’s rabbit potpie is a triumph of fusion comfort food.
A shop devoted to safe-to-eat cookie dough.
At this new vegan coffee shop, next-level porridge takes center stage.
Why chefs can’t resist reviving the French dip.
A Park Slope duplex, updated.