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  1. a new york minute
    New York Minute With: Restaurant Critic Adam Platt“Nothing beats a steamy bowl of pork-and-chive dumplings.”
  2. mental health
    The Therapy-App FantasyAn overwhelming demand for professional counseling has spawned slickly marketed companies promising a service they cannot possibly provide.
  3. andrew cuomo
    The Cruelty and the CasualtiesInside Andrew Cuomo’s toxic workplace.
  4. a new york minute
    New York Minute With: Switched on Pop Hosts Nate Sloan and Charlie HardingTalking unpopular opinions and quarantine listening with the songwriter and musicologist duo that dissects popular music.
  5. the real estate
    The Gut Renovation of Ryan SerhantHe was a real-estate striver slinging cheap rentals until Million Dollar Listing — and a pandemic market — made him the plutocracy’s broker of choice.
  6. education
    ‘I Want to Meet My Teacher’A war over reopening schools has upended the progressive politics of the New Jersey suburbs.
  7. mysteries
    The Great 21st-Century Treasure HuntWas there a better way to spend the past decade than on a maddening, deadly, brain-scrambling search for gold hidden somewhere in the American West?
  8. destinations
    Shameless on VacationA certain kind of American is still traveling internationally — and they’re not sorry.
  9. campus life
    The Sorority That Tried to Abolish ItselfHow the anti-Greek life movement upended Zeta Tau Alpha at Northwestern.
  10. politics
    QAnon Goes to WashingtonTwenty-four followers of the grotesque conspiracy theory are running for Congress in November. Where does this end?
  11. 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.
  12. first person
    Buying Myself BackWhen does a model own her own image?
  13. housing
    The Eco–Yogi Slumlords of BrooklynHow did a couple who built an empire of yoga studios, vegan restaurants, and homes with “living walls” end up as pandemic villains?
  14. new york city
    New York’s Most Virulent Opponent of Police ReformDuring his nearly two decades as head of the NYPD’s sergeants union, Ed Mullins has fought virtually every attempt to curb brutality and corruption.
  15. family
    Why Did These YouTubers Give Away Their Son?Myka and James Stauffer adopted a toddler from China and shared every step of the process with their online audience. Except the last.
  16. power
    Comedian Jeff Ross Accused of Sexual Relationship With Underage Girl“He liked that I was innocent.”
  17. feature
    Two Lawyers, a Summer of Unrest, and a Molotov CocktailWhat would make a young professional with everything to lose throw a gasoline-filled Bud Light bottle at a cop car?
  18. feature
    A Plague Is an Apocalypse. But It Can Bring a New World.Civilizations cause pandemics, collapse from them, and, sometimes, are remade by them.
  19. the national interest
    American Death CultWhy has the Republican response to the pandemic been so mind-bogglingly disastrous?
  20. politics
    John Lewis Never Lost HopeThe congressman and civil-rights legend died on Friday. He recently spoke with Zak Cheney-Rice about why he stayed the course.
  21. new york city
    Boss of the BeachFor 40 years, the city’s lifeguard corps has been mired in controversy, and for 40 years it’s been run by one man: Peter Stein.
  22. politics
    How Bill de Blasio Lost New YorkWeeks into the George Floyd protests, the mayor has alienated his constituents, the police, and even his own staff.
  23. first person
    My AppetitesJerry Saltz on eating and coping mechanisms, childhood and self-control, criticism, love, cancer and pandemics.
  24. higher education
    What Is College Without the Campus?This crisis will reshape higher education — and not just this fall.
  25. feature
    Two Hours Daily to Sanitize, Two Hours to CryAn emergency-room doctor struggles to keep it together — and find supplies.
  26. feature
    When the Restaurants Closed, They Cooked for Each OtherChef Ignacio Mattos had just earned a Michelin star. Now he’s struggling to feed his staff.
  27. cityscape
    The Return of Fear in New YorkThe city, a child of disaster, remembers its past.
  28. feature
    The Woman on the BridgeEstelle knew her fiancé had betrayed her. She had no idea what else he was capable of.
  29. feature
    He’s Lost Seven Parishioners, and 20 Are SickIn his 40 years of preaching, the Reverend Johnnie Green has never felt this helpless.
  30. the jokes must go on
    At Home (Where Else?) With Jimmy FallonThe late-night host makes a quarantine comeback, with an assist from his wife and kids.
  31. relationships
    How to Stay Married During a PandemicPartners will fight more than usual. That might not be such a bad thing.
  32. feature
    The Art World’s Mini-Madoff and MeBoozy nights and high-stakes art trades with Inigo Philbrick.
  33. crime
    The Stabbing in Morningside ParkEvery generation, a crime tells a new story about New York. The murder of Tessa Majors is ours.
  34. feature
    Two Lost DaughtersMari Gilbert’s life, transformed by the death of one daughter, was ended by another.
  35. feature
    Lee’s American DreamWe said we followed the influencer for her wellness tips. But were our motivations really that pure?
  36. science of us
    ‘Light Is My New Drug’The actually convincing science of photomedicine.
  37. business
    Inside the Fossil-Fuel Industry’s Plan to Profit From Climate ChangeI went to one of Shell’s private meetings and took notes.
  38. the future
    What Comes After TV?Snapchat is making hypercondensed shows specifically to watch on a smartphone. It’s harder than you’d think.
  39. feature
    The Stolen Kids of Sarah LawrenceWhat happened to the group of bright college students who fell under the sway of a classmate’s father?
  40. language
    Why Do Corporations Speak the Way They Do?The pernicious spread of garbage language.
  41. feature
    The Immoderate Susan CollinsAfter a long career voting across the aisle, why did the Maine senator gamble her legacy on Trump?
  42. public health
    Who Thought Sucking on a Battery Was a Good Idea?Millions of Americans, some of them teens who never would’ve picked up a cigarette, are vaping. Last year’s panic might be the least of our worries.
  43. crime
    Michael Avenatti’s Lonely FallThe disgraced lawyer wanted to be a legal celebrity. Now he’s not even the most famous defendant on the block.
  44. media
    The Voice of the Podcast GenerationMichael Barbaro made the New York Times’ The Daily a raging success. Or is it the other way around?
  45. feature
    A Year’s Diary of Climate ReckoningSome scientists say the best way to combat climate change is to talk about it. For 2019, my New Year’s resolution was to do just that.
  46. crime
    The Complete List of Allegations Against Harvey WeinsteinBy our count, 100 women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault or harassment against Weinstein, who has denied any criminal wrongdoing.
  47. 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.
  48. crime
    100 Women vs. Harvey WeinsteinThe disgraced movie mogul finally faces his day in court. But as his accusers know best, there might not be a Hollywood ending.
  49. feature
    A Year Inside a Growing American Terrorist MovementEleven years after Obama’s election, and three years into the Trump presidency, the threat of white-nationalist hate groups can’t be ignored.
  50. 2019 in review
    The Cut’s 10 Most-Read Stories of 2019Including a viral Ask Polly, influencer drama, and incels going under the knife.
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