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The odd situation of Chelsea Clinton in 2019.
Jonathan Van Meter
Our self-styled capo-in-chief.
An undocumented immigrant and his family’s restaurant.
Megan Hellerer, a career coach with a résumé.
“If Barneys is going under, is anything on sale?”
The design-based “cure” for New York’s prison problem
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on Donald Trump’s impeachment, universal basic income, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Washington correspondent Olivia Nuzzi on the campaign trail and inside the war room with Uncle Joe, who’s stumbling toward the nomination.
The education of a food critic.
How to eat like a Wasp without going hungry.
Cabbies in the age of Uber.
Dublin, rain or shine, plus a Sally Rooney tour.
Helena Bonham Carter struggles to remain interested.
Fiction’s identity politics. Plus, Alexander Chee’s writing advice.
A staircase in Highbridge rises on social media
Generations and stories collide in The Inheritance.
A racially charged dystopia in Watchmen.
Scorsese’s radical self-abnegation for The Irishman.
The slow burn of David Byrne’s American Utopia.
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