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Joe Biden’s Blowout Victory in South Carolina

体育投注平台The former Vice-President’s win was an opportunity to address the electorate before Super Tuesday, when fourteen more states vote.

Daily Comment

Donald Trump’s Anti-Globalist Response to a Global Coronavirus

体育投注平台Epidemics are not a zero-sum game; you cannot ignore one to defend against another.

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Unbuttoned

体育投注平台On wills, words, and wearing my father’s shirt.

Election 2020

South Carolina Primary Results

体育投注平台The latest election results from the South Carolina primary ahead of the 2020 Presidential election.

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Under Lockdown in Italy’s Coronavirus-Quarantine Zone

体育投注平台Feltre, in northern Italy, is the ideal town for those who are interested in shutting out the rest of the world. As the coronavirus spreads in the country, its residents are now trying to do exactly that.

The New Yorker Radio Hour

Rose McGowan on Weinstein, 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.

The Front Row

The Diabolical Twists and Empty Showmanship of “The Invisible Man”

体育投注平台Leigh Whannell’s loose adaptation of the H. G. Wells classic shows a clever attentiveness to the role of current technology in modern life but is almost completely devoid of societal context.

Dispatch

How the Indian Government Watched Delhi Burn

体育投注平台The Bharatiya Janata Party’s top leaders—the Prime Minister included—seem to excel at creating conditions in which violence can unfold.

News Desk

The End of Egyptian Cotton

A series of political and climatic upheavals has yielded diminishing quality in a commodity once believed to be the best in the world.

Puzzles and Games Dept.

The Weekend Crossword

Exercise company behind a much-mocked 2019 ad: seven letters.

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A Field Guide for Bloomberg-Campaign Deputy Digital Organizers

体育投注平台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

In an Environment of Chronic Economic Uncertainty, the White House Is Only Making It Worse

Instead of making counterproductive statements, a wiser Administration would be honest about the economic uncertainties posed by coronavirus and concentrate on public-health measures.

February 28, 2020

On AMC’s “Dispatches from Elsewhere,” Jason Segel Plays with Convoluted Ways of Telling Straight Stories

体育投注平台The show, which thieves profitably from several schools of metafiction, is so lyrical with dream logic that it’s intriguing even when it’s not strictly successful.

February 28, 2020

Faces My Locked iPhone Doesn’t Recognize

“Morning,” “Makeup,” “Genuine Happiness,” and other looks that won’t unlock my phone.

February 28, 2020

Looney Dems: Presidential Wannabes, Cartoonified

体育投注平台Six of the 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates, in their cartoon essences.

February 28, 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.

The Theatre

A Grim Take on “West Side Story”

体育投注平台Ivo van Hove’s new interpretation of the iconic musical is an infuriating example of what happens when a powerful style calcifies into shtick.

Good Casting Dept.

Huey Lewis Hooks One

Fly-fishing in Great Kills Harbor, the Reagan-era hit machine talks about his childhood with the Beats in the Bay Area, and the challenge of making music while losing his hearing.

Shouts & Murmurs

X-Treme Rules of the X.F.L.

体育投注平台We have created this helpful guide to usher you through the X-Citing, X-Cessive football game play that revolutionizes the boring old No Fun League.

Video

The reporter Stephania Taladrid speaks with Latino voters in Nevada who affectionately call the Vermont senator “Tío Bernie.”

Cartoons from the Issue

Podcasts

Does It Really Matter Who the Democratic Nominee Is?

体育投注平台The political scientist Rachel Bitecofer joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the best way for Democrats to win the Presidency, and Congress, in 2020.

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