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  1. books
    The Sad Young Literary Man Is Now a Middle-Aged DadKeith Gessen wrote a memoir about family life. His wife, Emily Gould, is mostly okay with that.
  2. vision 2024
    Democrats Quietly Search for an Alternative to Biden in 2024Inside the 2024 soul-searching that’s happening in every corner of the Democratic Party — except the White House.
  3. life after roe
    The Future of Abortions in AmericaAn access map.
  4. a long talk
    Gaspar Noé Is Not in ControlNoé’s films have always been about the chaos of losing control. His latest, Vortex and Lux Aeterna, seem to get bracingly personal, too.
  5. profile
    ‘The Goal Is to Get As Bright As Possible’For the highly prolific writer Akwaeke Emezi, literary success is a spiritual calling.
  6. the money game
    The Crypto Cult of Do Kwon: ‘If It Was a Ponzi Scheme, They Did a Good Job’The volatile, charismatic founder created a $60 billion empire by calling people “poor.” It all came crashing down in a couple days.
  7. album review
    How Does That Make You Feel, Kendrick?Whatever your problem, Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers wants you to talk it through.
  8. power
    ‘We Don’t Know How Many Women Are Out There Like That’Anna Borkowski accused three men of rape. Why did prosecutors stop her?
  9. abortion
    Why Were There Fetuses in Her Refrigerator?How a radical abortion opponent ended up dumpster-diving for remains.
  10. operators
    The Ugliest Divorce in Manhattan Real EstateHFZ’s luxury developers staked their futures on Bjarke Ingels’s High Line debut and lost everything.
  11. encounter
    What’s Wrong With Identity Politics?Philosopher Olúfemi O. Táíwò’s new book reclaims the concept from elite power brokers.
  12. fashion
    Waking Up From the Nap DressHow the proudly personally privileged Nell Diamond convinced so many women to wear pajamas in public.
  13. power
    The Woman Who Killed RoeMarjorie Dannenfelser’s single-minded pursuit of an end to abortion.
  14. in conversation
    John C. Reilly Thinks Audiences Just Want to Be SurprisedHe’d do (almost) anything to oblige.
  15. internet drama
    Dancing in the Name of the LordThe “cult” claims about a TikTok-famous set of performers shocked everyone — except L.A.’s dancefluencer community.
  16. the body politic
    Democratic Leaders Are Getting the Abortion Story Wrong — AgainWith Roe at death’s door, will the party finally change its tune?
  17. profile
    Fernanda Melchor Writes Tragic MachismoIn her crime-inspired novels, male fear and desire are two sides of the same coin.
  18. dividing assets
    All Split Up and Nowhere to GoAre pandemic breakups behind the city’s insane one-bedroom shortage?
  19. power
    Is She a Bully or Did She Just Work for the New York Post?When the paper’s top woman was ousted, not everyone saw her as a victim.
  20. report
    Bellucci vs. BellucciNew York’s next great pizza feud is here.
  21. business
    When Smoke Gets in Your WineGrowers, vintners, and scientists are scrambling to protect California’s prized Napa Cab from the aftertaste of wildfires.
  22. getting around
    Who’s Afraid of the Subway?Riding every line in the days after the Sunset Park shooting.
  23. drinks
    Wellness Is Dead. Long Live the Martini.“I watch these kids hammering martinis and I’m like, good Lord.”
  24. life after warming
    ‘We Woke Up and We Lost Half Our Water’It’s the first major test of the American political system’s ability to collaboratively adapt to climate change.
  25. investigations
    The Air-Ambulance VulturesThe search for why my emergency flight cost $86,184 led me to a hidden culprit: private equity.
  26. the media
    The Inside ManMeet Joe Kahn, the enigma who will now run the Times.
  27. life after warming
    After Two Years, Extinction Rebellion Returns“No one should be holding back. Because we have everything to lose.”
  28. self
    In the Pursuit of HotnessHow one sub-Reddit community is defining our beauty standards — and then striving for them at all costs.
  29. the city politic
    The Trials of Alvin BraggThe Manhattan DA was meant to reform New York’s justice system and bring down Donald Trump. Three months into his tenure, both prospects look shaky.
  30. the power trip
    Nicholas Kristof’s Botched Rescue MissionHow the lauded Times columnist lost the race for governor of Oregon before it even began.
  31. the law
    Big Law’s Big HypocritesWhy are self-styled progressive lawyers working for Jeffrey Epstein’s friend, Leon Black?
  32. exit interview
    Elizabeth Meriwether Wants to Complicate Your Diagnosis of Elizabeth HolmesThe Dropout showrunner on identifying with the disgraced Theranos founder, making Holmes dance to “How to Love,” and keeping the green juice flowing.
  33. 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?
  34. ukraine
    One Seat in Coach, 36 Suitcases, and Enough Kevlar to Fight a WarThe Ukrainian Americans supplying an army on their own.
  35. it’s coming
    When Sex Was Bad for You (and You Wanted It Anyway)Erotic thrillers are dead, but the conversations they started aren’t even close to climax.
  36. money
    Black Lives Matter Secretly Bought a $6 Million HouseAllies and critics alike have questioned where the organization’s money has gone.
  37. art review
    The Whitney Biennial Falters OnThe 2022 show has just enough high points to get you through it — including three stunning Charles Ray sculptures.
  38. grief
    One Last TripAfter his death, I traveled with my brother’s remains, searching for the life he’d always wanted. It was closer than I thought.
  39. the law
    How a U.K. Court Battle Held Trans Teens HostageLuke is one of thousands of young people who lost access to gender-affirming hormones — but he and others are fighting back.
  40. politics
    Is Ron DeSantis the Future of Trumpism?The greatest threat to Donald Trump’s hold on the Republican Party may be his Florida neighbor.
  41. the intelligencer profile
    The Cult of Adam ToozeHow the impeccably credentialed, improbably charming economic historian supplanted the dirtbag left.
  42. oscar futures
    Vulture’s Final 2022 Oscar Predictions for Every CategoryMany categories, including Best Picture, seem like genuine fifty-fifty calls.
  43. q+a
    Maren Morris Is Learning to Let Go“I just write the chapter of my life that I’m in, and I move on.”
  44. power
    My Journey out of UkraineRussia’s invasion has forced 10 million Ukrainians to leave their homes. I saw firsthand how difficult it is to reach safety.
  45. the city politic
    Eric Adams Isn’t Off to a Great Start on Public SafetyAs Adams nears 100 days in office, there’s already good reason to wonder if the results of his public safety strategy will ever match his rhetoric.
  46. the republican party
    Beware Bill BarrHis new book shows we have as much to fear from him as Donald Trump.
  47. street view
    What Will It Take for Architects to Stop Working With Autocrats?Designers have long relied on a catalogue of excuses to work with questionable clients. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
  48. encounter
    Hollywood’s Cancel-Culture ConsultantLacey Leone McLaughlin is hand-holding anxious execs afraid of their young assistants.
  49. cut covers
    Evan Rachel Wood Faced Her FearThe actor was terrified to name Marilyn Manson as her alleged abuser, but doing so brought her unexpected freedom.
  50. war diary
    30 Young Ukrainians Tell Their War StoriesAn oral history of the first two weeks of the Russian invasion.
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