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No Bush, No Trump

Our previous Republican president fails to own up to his responsibility for our current one.

Fox News’ Coverage of Eric Trump Is a Nonstop Delight

Three Richard Spencer Supporters Arrested for Attempted Murder of Protesters in Florida

The Old Taylor (and the ’80s) Returns in Swift’s New Song

Populist Mayor Unleashes Police Power on Takeout Delivery Guys


Grief and Grievance

Trump’s botched condolence call to a soldier’s widow underscores his twin contempt for women and people of color.

A Cabinet of Wonders

Todd Haynes feels at home in his meticulously curated new film, Wonderstruck.

What a Botched Condolence Call Reveals About President Trump

Wonderstruck Is a Cabinet of Wonders

Please Stop Calling Everything That Frustrates You Emotional Labor

Lupita Nyong’o’s Powerful Op-Ed Shows How Women Deal With Threats Like Harvey Weinstein

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