Life inside the bunker of Fox News’ resident Trumplegänger.
Hopelessly outmatched by ride-sharing apps, Doug Schifter took his own life to publicize the plight of his fellow workers.
Why Washington insiders decide to leak.
Flynn McGarry, the Teen Chef.
Data regulation could do more than protect privacy — it could create a new, happier internet.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on Roy Cohn, Georgia’s Democratic governor primary, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Lil Miquela, unreal influencer.
Christian Siriano’s concept shop, Memphis design, and surfboards in Chinatown.
A Broadway seamstress making her own clothes.
The rebirth of the brick-and-mortar store.
At Madcap Cafe, a former fine-dining whiz is making the food she really likes to eat.
Frenchette’s brouillade with escargots is a seriously luxurious plate of eggs.
The An Choi crew’s pho-focused noodle shop in Greenpoint.
Legendary Guyanese restaurant, German’s Soup, arrives in Flatbush.
Liz Phair, fever dream.
The writer-director can finally do anything he wants.
A new Fahrenheit 451 asks what the flame point of data is.
Our critics’ top picks in the pop culture of the past five months.
What is missing from Rachel Kushner’s new The Mars Room? Besides plot.
The Seagull is a platform for a definitive Annette Bening performance.
First Reformed is rigorously austere.
A modest proposal: break the art fair.