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New York is an American biweekly magazine concerned with life, culture, politics, and style generally, and with a particular emphasis on New York City. Founded by Milton Glaser and Clay Felker in 1968 as a competitor to The New Yorker, it was brasher and less polite, and established itself as a cradle of New Journalism. Over time, it became more national in scope, publishing many noteworthy articles on American culture by writers such as Tom Wolfe, Jimmy Breslin, Nora Ephron, John Heilemann, Frank Rich, and Rebecca Traister.Source
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Mayor Pete Is the Democrats’ Folksiest Heartland Hope. Really!

Mayor Pete Is the Democrats’ Folksiest Heartland Hope. Really!

By the time Pete Buttigieg arrived at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire, on the night of April 5, the space was at capacity and the crowd had swelled to fill half the parking lot. It was drizzling, but word quickly spread that Buttigieg would speak before heading inside, so those denied admission stayed put, preparing to lift up their phones to document this moment in the twilight, when the suddenly famous mayor of a small city in a state they’d probably only ever visit by accident or under force would make the case for his campaign to be the savior who delivers America...

April 14, 2019
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A Conversation With Rudy Giuliani Over Bloody Marys at the Mark Hotel

A Conversation With Rudy Giuliani Over Bloody Marys at the Mark Hotel

As the black SUV came to a stop on 33rd Street in Manhattan, its lights flashing, a pale hand stretched through the open window of the passenger door and gave a little wave. It was attached to Rudy Giuliani, who smiled from behind his tortoiseshell sunglasses. He apologized for being late. “Couldn’t go on sidewalks like I used to,” he said, mourning a perk of his past life as mayor. It was early in the afternoon on Sunday, December 8, and Giuliani had just returned from Ukraine, where he said he was looking for information to undermine the case to impeach his client, President Donald...

December 28, 2019
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Global Apathy Toward the Fires in Australia Is a Scary Portent for the Future

Global Apathy Toward the Fires in Australia Is a Scary Portent for the Future

Right now, on the outskirts of a hyper modern first world megapolis, at the end of a year in which the public seemed finally to wake up to the dramatic threat from global warming, a climate disaster of unimaginable horror has been unfolding for almost two full months, and the rest of the world is hardly paying attention. The New South Wales fires have been burning since September, destroying fifteen million acres (or more than two thousand square miles) and remain almost entirely uncontrolled by the volunteer firefighting forces deployed to stop them; on November 12, greater Sydney...

January 5, 2020
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Boycotts of Georgia Will Only Make It Redder

Boycotts of Georgia Will Only Make It Redder

On May 7, Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia signed into law one of the most restrictive abortion bills in the country. If allowed to take effect, it will outlaw abortion once an ultrasound can detect electrical activity where a heart develops in an embryo; it’s known as a “fetal heartbeat” despite the technical absence, in many cases, of either a fetus or a heart. Not to be outdone, Governor Kay Ivey of Alabama signed an on May 15. House Bill 314 more directly flouts the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision by reclassifying all abortions in Alabama as Class A felonies. Both bills...

May 28, 2019
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White House: If CNN Bashes Trump, Trump May Block Merger

White House: If CNN Bashes Trump, Trump May Block Merger

It’s quite possible that Donald Trump would never have become president were it not for CNN. The network nurtured the reality star’s campaign in its infancy, , uninterrupted by correction or commentary. And it is likely that the president would be little more than a cultural artifact — a walking reminder of 1980s nihilism — were it not for the network’s president Jeffrey Zucker, who reintroduced Trump to the American public as a no-nonsense businessman in NBC’s The Apprentice.But CNN is a journalistic enterprise. Or, at least, it plays one on TV. And so when a politician spewson a...

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Win or Lose, Republicans Need a Better Plan for the Future Electorate

Win or Lose, Republicans Need a Better Plan for the Future Electorate

is now a part of New York Magazine.It’s not a big secret that a Republican Party to demographic change was thrown a big curve by Donald Trump’s successful 2016 electoral strategy. Instead of “reaching out” to the younger, more diverse, and most rapidly growing elements of the electorate (elements notably hostile to the GOP), Trump mobilized the electorate of the past, particularly older, non-college-educated, and Evangelical white voters that he persuaded to rally to his banner in unprecedented numbers and then turned out in exactly the right states. He is pursuing mostly the same strategy...

October 25, 2020
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Trump Funds Political Future by Claiming He Won in 2020

Trump Funds Political Future by Claiming He Won in 2020

President Trump is no amateur at getting strangers to hand over their money under dubious pretenses — witness , Trump Vodka, and all other manner of schemes from his checkered business career. So when he lost the presidential election a month ago, there was a natural transition to using his defeat as a get-richer-quick scheme.and report that Trump has raised more than $150 million from small donors after the election — which, you may recall, he lost — in large part by hyping quixotic efforts to change or overturn the results. Much of the money came in during the days immediately following...

December 1, 2020
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Elizabeth Warren Is Still Campaigning

Elizabeth Warren Is Still Campaigning

Please read our updated and , effective on December 19, 2019.CLOSEJoe Biden and Elizabeth Warren didn’t know each other extremely well until March. They’d been crossing paths for well over a decade, most uncomfortably in 2005 at a Capitol Hill hearing, where they collided over bankruptcy law and the Delaware senator called the Harvard Law professor’s argument “very compelling and mildly demagogic,” and most closely ten years later at Biden’s official residence in D.C. There, the VP secretly told Senator Warren he would want her as his running mate if he ran for president in 2016. For all...

August 3, 2020
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You Do Not Have to Hand It to the GOP

You Do Not Have to Hand It to the GOP

With two weeks left in Donald Trump’s presidency, Mick Mulvaney has resigned from the administration. “I can’t do it. I can’t stay,” he CNBC. That’s newsworthy in the most banal sense; Mulvaney is the rare Trump official to last four years in a chaotic administration. But at this late stage, his departure merits only one reaction: So what? What can anyone say about Mulvaney or about Stephanie Grisham, another Trump loyalist, who on Tuesday resigned, finally, as Melania Trump’s press secretary? Charlottesville, caged migrants, and over 350,000 COVID dead couldn’t dislodge them from power’s...

January 7, 2021
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Palin Threatens Challenge to Murkowski in Deeply Strange Video

Palin Threatens Challenge to Murkowski in Deeply Strange Video

Please read our updated and , effective on December 19, 2019.Alaska senator Lisa Murkowski doesn’t seem to be terribly afraid of primary threats. She did, after all, with a rare write-in campaign after losing a 2010 primary to right-wing candidate Joe Miller, who was supported by the state’s celebrity former governor, Sarah Palin. So when Donald Trump made a menacing gesture earlier this year, after Murkowski wouldn’t commit to voting for his reelection, she probably didn’t visibly tremble:Few people know where they’ll be in two years from now, but I do, in the Great State of Alaska (which...

September 28, 2020
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