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Ivanka Trump and Charles Koch Fuel a Cancel-Culture Clash at Wichita State
The political pressure that wealthy donors exert on universities rarely gets aired so publicly.
June 11, 2020
Minnesota’s Decades-Long Failure to Confront Police Abuse
Charges of systemic racism have been dismissed in a state now grappling with the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder.
June 10, 2020
Georgia Betrays Its Voters Again
In predominantly black, working-class neighborhoods, people trying to cast their ballots accused the state of continued voter suppression.
June 9, 2020
The Secret Project That Led to Black Lives Matter Murals Coast to Coast
How a team of eight artists and a band of ad-hoc volunteers joined to create a mural that has since landed on front pages across the world and been photographed from space.
June 9, 2020
Hunger, Infection, and Repression: Venezuela’s Coronavirus Calamity
How the Maduro regime and the Trump Administration are worsening the impact.
May 29, 2020
The Fragile Existence of Sex Workers During the Pandemic
They face not only a drop in employment but also discrimination and stigma as they search for relief.
May 21, 2020
A New Way to Listen to The New Yorker
Narrated stories, along with podcasts and The New Yorker Radio Hour, are now available in the New Yorker Today app.
May 20, 2020
What African Nations Are Teaching the West About Fighting the Coronavirus
From the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, many countries in Africa pursued public-health measures more aggressively than the U.S. and Europe did.
May 15, 2020
How Much Testing Does the U.S. Need to Reopen?
Public-health experts believe that the country is not administering enough COVID-19 tests. There is far less consensus about what an adequate number might be.
May 14, 2020
The New Yorker’s Ben Taub and Barry Blitt Win Pulitzer Prizes
Taub was recognized for a profile of a former prisoner at Guantánamo Bay, and Blitt won for several covers and an array of cartoons.
May 4, 2020