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The Problems Inherent in Political Polling

2020欧洲杯最新战况Polls measure something, but it’s often the wrong thing (fame, money). They’re like S.A.T. scores.

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Joe Biden’s Blowout Victory in South Carolina

The former Vice-President’s win was a rare opportunity to address the electorate before Super Tuesday, when fourteen more states vote.

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An Interview with Pam Grier: “When You Earn It, They Can’t Take It Away”

2020欧洲杯最新战况The actress on country living, blaxpoitation, and how the needs of Hollywood are different than her own.

End Is Near Dept.

A Local Guide to the Coronavirus

2020欧洲杯最新战况The Columbia University epidemiologist W. Ian Lipkin, fresh from quarantine in his basement, talks masks, the U-trap under our sinks, and  wearing “subway condoms”—i.e., gloves—on his morning commute.

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The Future of Democracy

Why Shouldn’t Prisoners Be Voters?

2020欧洲杯最新战况Americans take for granted that they have a right to vote. The situation of people in prison suggests otherwise.

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The Stock Market, the Coronavirus, and a Fumbling White House

2020欧洲杯最新战况Instead of making counterproductive statements, a wiser Administration would be honest about the economic uncertainties posed by coronavirus and concentrate on public-health measures.

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Quarantine Cooking in China

2020欧洲杯最新战况In China, millions of people living under lockdown are using the Internet to re-create the conviviality of sharing a meal.

Culture Desk

Stalking a Rustically Hip Family on Instagram

One of the easier ways to be a creep these days is to follow people on social media toward whom you have feelings that are other than warm.

Personal History

Unbuttoned

On wills, words, and wearing my father’s shirt.

Puzzles and Games Dept.

The Cryptic Crossword

2020欧洲杯最新战况Desecrator’s destruction was the fastest (3,1,6).

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Is That the Voice of Your Inner Child or Your Inner Adult?

2020欧洲杯最新战况The next time conflict arises, listen closely and see if you can determine whether that voice in your head is a responsible grownup or an insolent teen-ager!

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Greg Jackson Reads Ann Beattie

2020欧洲杯最新战况The author joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “Where You’ll Find Me,” by Ann Beattie, from a 1986 issue of the magazine.

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Sunday Reading: The Coronavirus and Combatting Global Pandemics

From The New Yorker’s archive: how public-health policy and innovation can fight the spread of contagions like COVID-19.

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South Carolina Primary Results

The latest election results from the South Carolina primary ahead of the 2020 Presidential election.

February 29, 2020

A Field Guide for Bloomberg-Campaign Deputy Digital Organizers

Welcome to the Michael Bloomberg campaign! You’re joining a long tradition of political activists who use their personal networks to spread the word about the candidate who is paying them.

February 29, 2020
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Night Life

Yuna’s Vibrant R. & B.-Infused Pop

The Malaysian star brings her latest collaborative album, “Rouge,” to Blue Note for six acoustic shows.

Books

Fate and Fury in James McBride’s “Deacon King Kong”

The novelist examines an inexplicable act of violence, and the tangled threads of the story behind it.

The Pictures

How Autumn de Wilde Made “Emma” So Edible

2020欧洲杯最新战况The director, known for her work with Jenny Lewis and Childish Gambino, counts Paddington Bear as a style icon, and the male nudity in Merchant-Ivory films as inspiration for her Jane Austen remake.

Fiction

“Kid Positive”

Fiction by Adam Levin: “When I changed my mind about which sister belonged to me, they’d been speaking in sentences for a couple of months.”

Video

2020欧洲杯最新战况The reporter Stephania Taladrid speaks with Latino voters in Nevada who affectionately call the Vermont senator “Tío Bernie.”

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Podcasts

Rose McGowan and Ronan Farrow on the Weinstein Verdict, and a Look at Candidate Bloomberg

An accuser of Harvey Weinstein responds to his conviction. And David Remnick assesses the political career of Michael Bloomberg with two people who have watched it up close.

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