Interrogation
Interrogation

I’d Like to Congratulate Donald Trump on His Victory …

Former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau on what the candidates—and the current president—should say on election night.

Nov. 1 2016 12:57 PMHow the Democratic Party Lost Touch With the White Working ClassA conversation with the New Yorker’s George Packer.
Oct. 26 2016 7:15 PMBill Weld Wants a Seat at the TableThe Libertarian Party vice presidential candidate on Donald Trump, Gary Johnson, and the importance of having a navy.
Oct. 18 2016 4:38 PMConservatism Never FailsHow the Republican Party will try to explain away Donald Trump’s disastrous campaign.
Oct. 12 2016 6:15 PMThe Man Who Owns the Trump BeatThe Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold on the Trump Foundation, the Access Hollywood tape, and the time the candidate called him “a nasty guy.”
Oct. 6 2016 5:45 AMTrump Isn’t Entirely Republicans’ FaultRoss Douthat on the blame liberals bear for the authoritarian’s rise.
Sept. 29 2016 1:33 PMDavid Plouffe Isn’t WorriedThe manager of Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign on why he’s not afraid of Trump—and why he’s confident in Clinton.
Sept. 1 2016 3:10 PMIs Hillary Clinton More Liberal Than Barack Obama?Joseph Stiglitz says yes.
Aug. 26 2016 9:16 AMWhat Barack Obama Thinks of Donald TrumpDavid Axelrod on how his former boss views the Republican nominee.
Aug. 17 2016 1:08 PMHas Donald Trump Ruined Journalism?Matt Taibbi says most political media is shilling for one side or the other.
Aug. 8 2016 4:00 PMWhat Does the Japanese Emperor Do?And will Japan let him stop doing it?
Aug. 3 2016 6:02 PMDonald Trump’s Finger on the Nuclear TriggerA former nuclear missile officer—and adviser to Republicans—on why the prospect terrifies him.
July 31 2016 6:03 PMJonathan Franzen on Fame, Fascism, and Why He Won’t Write a Book About RaceAn exclusive conversation with the novelist.
July 25 2016 8:49 PMIs the DNC Hack an Act of War?And is the U.S. prepared to defend itself from the foreign powers who would meddle in our elections?
July 20 2016 9:30 AMCould Seinfeld Be Made in 2016?The writer of Seinfeldia on the cultural legacy of the show, what it’s like to work with Larry David, and how a sitcom about upper-middle-class white-guy problems would hold up today.
July 13 2016 10:50 AMIs America Becoming More Anti-Semitic?Or has social media just given bigots a bullhorn?
Oct. 31 2016 10:13 AMThe Philippines’ Donald TrumpRodrigo Duterte’s rash behavior and harsh politics are imperiling his country’s democracy.
Oct. 24 2016 4:07 PMDoes Donald Trump Believe in Anything but Himself?The Republican candidate’s fascist impulses are frequently rooted in his own self-interest.
Oct. 18 2016 9:15 AMHow Putin Won Crimea, and Lost UkraineThe Russian leader reclaimed some territory, and made an enemy of millions.
Oct. 11 2016 5:35 PMThe Future of SexEmily Witt on Tinder, pornography, and locker room talk.
Oct. 3 2016 12:35 PMRacism Doesn’t Explain the Rise of Donald TrumpJohn Judis argues that populism—and the candidate’s celebrity—has done more to fuel his success than bigotry.
Sept. 23 2016 9:15 AMDean Baquet Doesn’t Think Donald Trump Is the Media’s FaultThe New York Times executive editor on the challenges of covering the candidate and how the paper decided to call him a liar.
Aug. 29 2016 5:46 AMCan Trump Win Without a Ground Game?Victory Lab author Sasha Issenberg is skeptical.
Aug. 25 2016 7:30 AMCompassion, and Criticism, for the White Working ClassA conversation with Hillbilly Elegy author J.D. Vance.
Aug. 16 2016 12:11 PMCan Islam and Liberalism Coexist?Why Islam resists secularization, and how that continues to shape the politics of the Middle East.
Aug. 8 2016 10:08 AMThe Forever War and the Ever-Expanding MilitaryIs the Pentagon too powerful for its own—and our—good?
Aug. 1 2016 6:28 PM“You Can Have a Great Convention and Get Beat”Michael Dukakis’ advice for Hillary Clinton.
July 28 2016 10:55 AMIs the Elite Media Failing to Reach Trump Voters?And in their rush to condemn Trump, are journalists betraying their values? Glenn Greenwald says yes to both.
July 22 2016 4:38 PMFox After AilesThe nation’s foremost Fox News beat reporter on what’s going on behind the scenes at the cable news network.
July 15 2016 8:59 PMHow Turkey Came to ThisThe attempted military coup isn’t the country’s first. But this time is different.
July 12 2016 5:45 AMThe ISIS CorrespondentThe New York Times’ Rukmini Callimachi on the group’s ruthless tactics, the perils of getting close to dangerous sources, and the emotional toll of reporting on terrorism.

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