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ISIS Still Has Global Reach, Despite the Caliphate’s Collapse
Robin Wright on the Easter terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka and the ongoing danger from extremist movements like ISIS, Al Qaeda, and their offshoots.
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Donald Trump, the A.C.L.U., and the Ongoing Battle Over the Legitimacy of Free Speech
Jeannie Suk Gersen writes about Donald Trump’s recent executive order regarding free speech on college campuses and how it relates to precedents set by the A.C.L.U.
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Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, April 23rd
Avi Steinberg’s Daily Cartoon celebrates Earth Day—once a year.
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Seeds, the Gateway Drug to Gardening
Charlotte Mendelson writes about the addictive hobby of growing seedlings in the springtime as a gateway to gardening.
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“Fast Color,” Reviewed: A Superhero Movie That Pays Close Attention to Ordinary Life
Richard Brody reviews “Fast Color,”directed by Julia Hart and starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, a sci-fi family melodrama that’s a different kind of superhero movie.
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What Mueller Found
Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about the Mueller report and President Donald Trump’s brush with accountability.
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At St. Sebastian’s Church, in Negombo, Sri Lanka, After the Massacre
Tim Johnson writes about visiting St. Sebastian’s, one of the churches that was targeted in the coördinated suicide bombings on Easter Sunday, in Negombo, a majority Catholic city in the majority Buddhist nation of Sri Lanka.
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Regrettable Boutique-Plant-Shop Buys
Ashley Franklin humorously illustrates items one might regret purchasing from a boutique plant store.
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Julianna Barwick Is Using the New York Sky to Make Music
Amanda Petrusich on a new composition by Julianna Barwick, which uses artificial intelligence to produce a perpetually evolving score that changes in response to the atmosphere around the Sister City hotel.
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“Game of Thrones” Season 8, Episode 2 Recap: Getting Cozy by the Fire
Sarah Larson writes about Episode 2 of Season 8 of the HBO show “Game of Thrones”
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The Wild Carnival at the Heart of Skiing’s Most Dangerous Race
The punishing Hahnenkamm downhill brings street-party revelry to a medieval town in the Tyrolean Alps, Nick Paumgarten writes.
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The Culinary Muse of the Caucasus
As Americans look to Georgia for inspiration, Georgians are looking to Barbare Jorjadze, Lauren Collins writes.
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The Airbnb Invasion of Barcelona
In the tourist-clogged city, some locals see the service as a pestilence, Rebecca Mead writes.
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Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons April 29, 2019
New cartoons from the magazine.
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Instagram Bootcamp for Festival Season
Sheila Marikar writes about influencers puzzling out the eternal Coachella question: to tag or to hashtag? 
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What It Takes to Put Your Phone Away
Rather than establishing a set of rigorous habits, we may need to rethink our approach to life in general, Jia Tolentino writes.
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The Man Who Built the Bauhaus
Walter Gropius founded the German design school a century ago, but his work still feels ahead of its time, Dan Chiasson writes.
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Chasing the Aurora Borealis
Hordes of tourists are flocking to the Arctic in search of the elusive glow, which often looks more spectacular on Instagram than in reality, James Lasdun writes.
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Greg Jackson on the Dialogue Between Myth and Reality
Deborah Treisman speaks with Greg Jackson about “Poetry,” his short story from the April 29, 2019, issue of The New Yorker.
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