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  1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><rss xmlns:atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" version="2.0"><channel><title>Everything</title><description>Channel Description</description><link>https://www.newyorker.com/everything</link><atom:link href="https://www.newyorker.com/feed/everything/rss" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml"/><copyright>© Condé Nast 2019</copyright><language>en</language><lastBuildDate>Wed, 26 Jun 2019 07:59:18 +0000</lastBuildDate><item><title>Children Remain in Dangerous Conditions on the Texas Border</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/children-remain-in-dangerous-conditions-on-the-texas-border</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d12700776308ad341313098</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 21:38:14 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Isaac Chotiner interviews Jonathan Ryan, the C.E.O. and president of RAICES, a Texas-based nonprofit that provides legal counsel to immigrants, about the most important problems facing children detained at the border.</description><category>News / Q. &amp; A.</category><media:keywords>Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.), Immigration, Family Separation, Health and Human Services, Texas</media:keywords><dc:creator>Isaac Chotiner</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 21:48:14 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d127b92ff632652efabcab5/master/pass/Chotiner-Children-Dangerous-Conditions-Texas-Border.jpg" width="2560" height="1737"/></item><item><title>The Evolution of N.B.A. Draft Fashion</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-evolution-of-nba-draft-fashion</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d113882574e832edee7c7b9</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Troy Patterson writes on the evolution of tailoring conventions and the style of N.B.A. draft picks through time, including outfits worn by Zion Williamson, Magic Johnson, LeBron James, Hakeem Olajuwon, and others.</description><category>Culture / Culture Desk</category><media:keywords>Fashion, N.B.A. Draft, Magic Johnson, LeBron James, Men’s Fashion</media:keywords><dc:creator>Troy Patterson</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 19:58:41 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d1240c0ac66b6c9eccced0a/master/pass/Patterson-NBA-Draft-Fashion_01.jpg" width="2560" height="1682"/></item><item><title>E. Jean Carroll’s Accusation Against Donald Trump, and the Raising, and Lowering, of the Bar</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/e-jean-carrolls-accusation-against-donald-trump-and-the-raising-and-lowering-of-the-bar</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d10e2f2d587462b7d32b122</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 19:47:22 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Jia Tolentino writes about E. Jean Carroll’s memoir, in which she writes about being raped by Donald Trump, and about the tepid response that the allegation has elicited. </description><category>News / Our Columnists</category><media:keywords>Donald Trump, E. 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Jun 2019 23:36:42 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d1132e2631ade361715a154/master/pass/Syme-JudithKrantz.jpg" width="2560" height="1920"/></item><item><title>Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, June 25th</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/cartoons/daily-cartoon/tuesday-june-25th-phone-alert-bad-news</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d123dd4501f13b7463d1362</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 15:43:46 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Jason Adam Katzenstein’s Daily Cartoon gets an alert from a phone. </description><category>Cartoons / Daily Cartoon</category><media:keywords>Cartoons, Humor, Satire, News, Smart Phones</media:keywords><dc:creator>Jason Adam Katzenstein</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 15:43:29 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d123eac132eed1827cbfe7e/master/pass/DC062519.jpg" width="1500" height="1500"/></item><item><title>Coming Up on the Beatles Network</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/coming-up-on-the-beatles-network</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d093419240799cb85a94ea1</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Glenn Eichler offers a humorous slate of new programming for the Beatles Network, on satellite radio. </description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, The Beatles, Sirius, Radio</media:keywords><dc:creator>Glenn Eichler</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 19:13:50 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d1110ba8fbc4cab88f7d1dc/master/pass/Eichler-Beatles-Network.jpg" width="2560" height="2501"/></item><item><title>The Death of Simaro Lutumba Closes a Chapter of Congolese Music</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/postscript/the-death-of-simaro-lutumba-closes-a-chapter-of-congolese-music</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d07b9214f818b4bc8444843</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Nicolas Niarchos writes about Franco, Simaro Lutumba, T.P.O.K. 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Magazine</category><media:keywords>Fiction, Short Stories, Family, Hollywood</media:keywords><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 21:15:45 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d113c61f5d188f70e864f22/master/pass/TWIF-EmmaCline.jpg" width="1112" height="1112"/></item><item><title>Trump Sanctions Iran’s Supreme Leader, but to What End?</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/trump-sanctions-irans-supreme-leader-but-to-what-end</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d112b9162a39bbdf8e9e11a</guid><pubDate>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 00:02:26 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Robin Wright writes about the new sanctions Donald Trump imposed on Iran, and what they say about the President’s Administration’s view of Ayatollah Khamenei and his regime.</description><category>News / Our Columnists</category><media:keywords>Iran, Sanctions, Trump Administration, Middle East</media:keywords><dc:creator>Robin Wright</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:11:29 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d113da27e03e741382527ca/master/pass/Wright-IranSanctions.jpg" width="2560" height="1879"/></item><item><title>ICE Agents Are Losing Patience with Trump’s Chaotic Immigration Policy</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/ice-agents-are-losing-patience-with-trumps-chaotic-immigration-policy</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d11331de0fe36de211a15ff</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 23:53:21 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Jonathan Blitzer writes about how ICE agents and other groups within the Administration are responding to the immigration-enforcement raid that Trump announced and then postponed. </description><category>News / News Desk</category><media:keywords>Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.), Donald Trump, Department of Homeland Security, Immigration, 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url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d122f8be0fe3698a71a179f/master/pass/r34539-web.jpg" width="1200" height="900"/></item><item><title>Sandra Bernhard on Leaving Bitchy Behind</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/sandra-bernhard-on-leaving-bitchy-behind</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0cf5642ff4b01d6e0ad1ae</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>The “Pose” actress and queer-TV trailblazer was embraced by the drag demimonde in her ferocious days but has a gentle vibe in person, Ariel Levy writes.</description><category>Magazine / It Girl Dept.</category><media:keywords>Comedians, Actresses, Pose, Homeless, Madonna</media:keywords><dc:creator>Ariel Levy</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:42:56 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d74db2ff4b00bfd0ad326/master/pass/190701_r34558illuweb.jpg" width="1874" height="2560"/></item><item><title>“Son of Friedman,” by Emma Cline</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/son-of-friedman</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a6d03a30308ce7e40cf</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Fiction by Emma Cline: “George had been counting on a certain loose camaraderie, nostalgia tipping slightly toward sloppiness. William not drinking made things harder.”</description><category>Magazine / Fiction</category><dc:creator>Emma Cline</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:43:02 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0bc37dd58746f3c432acd8/master/pass/190701_r34544.jpg" width="1871" height="2560"/></item><item><title>What Is It with Millennials and Cactuses?</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/what-is-it-with-millennials-and-cactuses</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0cf55ac3ec9dd6c9b789c5</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>“They’re not just interior-design objects,” says one member of the Cactus Store crew. “They’re the ultimate survivors.”  Naomi Fry writes.</description><category>Magazine / Dept. of Interiors</category><media:keywords>Cactus, Stores, Lower East Side, Plants</media:keywords><dc:creator>Naomi Fry</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:42:55 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d746f6a07141c095d7bb0/master/pass/190701_r34557web.jpg" width="2560" height="1921"/></item><item><title>What Pete Buttigieg Has and Hasn’t Done About Homelessness in South Bend</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/dispatch/what-pete-buttigieg-has-and-hasnt-done-about-homelessness-in-south-bend</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d01266ca2f348b9d5bfd895</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Charles Bethea writes on varying efforts to combat rising homelessness, alongside growing prosperity, in South Bend, Indiana, by the Presidential candidate and South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg.</description><category>News / Dispatch</category><media:keywords>Homelessness, Pete Buttigieg, Indiana, 2020 Election</media:keywords><dc:creator>Charles Bethea</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Jun 2019 19:45:32 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0900144272b40aa44ef5a4/master/pass/Bethea-SouthBendHomelessness.jpg" width="2560" height="1741"/></item><item><title>Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons July 1, 2019</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/cartoons/issue-cartoons/cartoons-from-the-july-1-2019-issue</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0bf2d994fd58d3af286179</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>New cartoons from the magazine.</description><category>Cartoons / Cartoons From The Issue</category><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 16:33:17 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/cartoons/5d0d746fe140831ea3c685af/master/pass/190701_a22108.jpg" width="2560" height="2094"/></item><item><title>Singin’ in the Acid Rain</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/singin-in-the-acid-rain</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a42c3ec9dbdefb7869b</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Shouts &amp; Murmurs by Patricia Marx: A predicted hurricane of hail and fire doesn’t mean it has to be all gloomy and doomy for our class—except for Didi, who was swept away by a roving glacier.</description><category>Magazine / Shouts &amp; Murmurs</category><media:keywords>Newsletters, Humor, Teachers, Elementary Schools, Children</media:keywords><dc:creator>Patricia Marx</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:42:58 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0aa0532407994675a95036/master/pass/190701_r34540.jpg" width="1831" height="1370"/></item><item><title>Emma Cline on the Movie Business</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/books/this-week-in-fiction/emma-cline-07-01-19</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0be1c494fd58b00c286176</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Willing Davidson interviews Emma Cline, the author of “The Girls,” about “Son of Friedman,” her short story from the July 1, 2019, issue of The New Yorker.</description><category>Books / This Week in Fiction</category><media:keywords>Fiction, Short Stories, Literature, Movies</media:keywords><dc:creator>Willing Davidson</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 19:04:18 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0e494cb33892007a70b54b/master/pass/Emma-Cline-Fiction-QA.jpg" width="1978" height="2560"/></item><item><title>The Ecstatic Doubling of “A Strange Loop”</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/the-ecstatic-doubling-of-a-strange-loop</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a9c94fd5847f0285daa</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Vinson Cunningham reviews Michael R. Jackson’s musical, which can be harsh but has a lyrical cleverness that helps it maintain an unlikely levity.</description><category>Magazine / The Theatre</category><media:keywords>Theatre, Broadway Musicals, Plays</media:keywords><dc:creator>Vinson Cunningham</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:43:07 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d07d02407997b93a9515d/master/pass/190701_r34552.jpg" width="2017" height="2560"/></item><item><title>Meredith Monk’s “ATLAS” and the L.A. Phil’s Extraordinary Season</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/meredith-monks-atlas-and-the-la-phils-extraordinary-season</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a95f9eb753a192ecb24</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>In staging Monk’s peerless and demanding opera, the orchestra again proved that it has no equal, Alex Ross writes.</description><category>Magazine / Musical Events</category><media:keywords>Meredith Monk, Yoko Ono, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Operas, Classical Music</media:keywords><dc:creator>Alex Ross</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:43:06 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0aa94d6675c94fb46cbda1/master/pass/190701_r34551.jpg" width="1500" height="1905"/></item><item><title>Briefly Noted Book Reviews</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/spying-on-the-south-native-country-of-the-heart-china-dream-and-america-was-hard-to-find</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a858fbc4c620af7c8ec</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>“Spying on the South,” “Native Country of the Heart,” “China Dream,” and “America Was Hard to Find.”</description><category>Magazine / Books</category><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:43:04 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0aa332e140831ed2c67f64/master/pass/190701_r34547web.jpg" width="1600" height="1200"/></item><item><title>“American Sonnet for My Past and Future Assassin,” by Terrance Hayes</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/american-sonnet-for-my-past-and-future-assassin</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a746a0714326e5d7548</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Poetry by Terrance Hayes: “We lie to break the truth / apart.”</description><category>Magazine / Poems</category><dc:creator>Terrance Hayes</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:43:03 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher></item><item><title>Why Weather Forecasting Keeps Getting Better</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/why-weather-forecasting-keeps-getting-better</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a7de14083889ac67e37</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Hannah Fry on how the stakes of weather forecasting can be so much higher than whether you’ll need an umbrella today.</description><category>Magazine / Books</category><media:keywords>Weather Forecasts, Forecasting, Weather, Meteorologists, Books</media:keywords><dc:creator>Hannah Fry</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:43:03 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0aa326e140834842c67f62/master/pass/190701_r34545.jpg" width="2560" height="2040"/></item><item><title>“Love Poem,” by Linda Gregerson</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/love-poem</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a5b94fd58143a285da9</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Poetry by Linda Gregerson: “Pity the part // we think we do on purpose.”</description><category>Magazine / Poems</category><dc:creator>Linda Gregerson</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:43:00 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher></item><item><title>Can Modern Dance Be Preserved?</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/can-modern-dance-be-preserved</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a4a2ff4b081670acd7b</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>In safeguarding the legacies of innovators like Merce Cunningham and Paul Taylor, we risk losing their spirit, Joan Acocella writes.</description><category>Magazine / Onward and Upward with the Arts</category><media:keywords>Dance, Dancers, Modern Dance, Legacies, Merce Cunningham, Mark Morris</media:keywords><dc:creator>Joan Acocella</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:42:58 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0aa0642ff4b0ad640acec5/master/pass/190701_r34541.jpg" width="1126" height="1432"/></item><item><title>The Mail</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/letters-from-the-july-1-2019-issue</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a03b3389288c170afd0</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Letters respond to Mark Singer’s Profile of David Milch and Alex Ross’s article on Antonio Salieri.</description><category>Magazine / The Mail</category><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:25:39 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher></item><item><title>What Would New York Be Without the Beatles?</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/what-would-new-york-be-without-the-beatles</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0cf550b68ef506c6da59bc</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Himesh Patel, the star of “Yesterday,” contemplates a city where the Dakota was just the setting of “Rosemary’s Baby” and no Fab Four ever set foot in Shea Stadium, Michael Schulman writes.</description><category>Magazine / The Pictures</category><media:keywords>Actors, The Beatles, Movies, Tours, Tribeca Film Festival</media:keywords><dc:creator>Michael Schulman</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:42:54 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d6fe603a303040d7e4585/master/pass/190701_r34556illuweb.jpg" width="2229" height="2560"/></item><item><title>Will Boris Johnson’s “Late-Night Altercation” Sink His Bid to Become Prime Minister?</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/letter-from-the-uk/will-boris-johnsons-late-night-altercation-sink-his-bid-to-become-prime-minister</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0f9e14b338920a9570b550</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Jun 2019 18:56:06 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Rebecca Mead writes on the Conservative M.P. Boris Johnson and whether reports of a domestic altercation with his girlfriend can derail his candidacy for Prime Minister.</description><category>News / Letter from the U.K.</category><media:keywords>Boris Johnson, United Kingdom (U.K.), British Parliament, Theresa May, Brexit, Elections</media:keywords><dc:creator>Rebecca Mead</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 15:33:45 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0f9abaf9eb75bef52ed349/master/pass/Mead-Boris-Johnson.jpg" width="2560" height="1707"/></item><item><title>Tseng Kwong Chi, an “Ambiguous Ambassador” to Life in America</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/tseng-kwong-chi-an-ambiguous-ambassador-to-life-in-america</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0936008fbc4cb49cf7c755</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Jun 2019 18:32:36 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Brian Dillon writes on Tseng Kwong Chi, a photographer who documented monuments of American culture, figures such as Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, and the work of his friend Keith Haring, some of which is on view at the Grey Art Gallery, at N.Y.U.</description><category>Culture / Photo Booth</category><media:keywords>Photographers, The Eighties, Artists, Keith Haring</media:keywords><dc:creator>Brian Dillon</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 16:35:23 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0aad99f9eb7502922ecd0d/master/pass/dillion-tkc007.jpg" width="2000" height="2006"/></item><item><title>Old-Timey Silhouette Portraits of Poor Choices</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/portraits-of-poor-choices</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0021004f818b7e3a443fea</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Jun 2019 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell humorously illustrates portraits of people’s poor decisions. </description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, Art, Portraits</media:keywords><dc:creator>Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 15:35:31 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d57a8d58746ab7832af20/master/pass/PortraitsPoorChoices-DailyShouts-5.jpg" width="2560" height="2227"/></item><item><title>Sunday Reading: The Challenge to Reproductive Rights in America</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/books/double-take/sunday-reading-the-challenge-to-reproductive-rights-in-america</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a97296a0714e1e05d75a9</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>From The New Yorker’s archive, pieces by Charles Bethea, Jill Lepore, Margaret Talbot, Kelefa Sanneh, Jeffrey Toobin, and Helena Huntington Smith on the historical legal battle over women's reproductive health and abortion in America. </description><category>Books / Double Take</category><media:keywords>Abortion Rights, Contraception, Roe v. Wade, Supreme Court, Planned Parenthood, Women’s Rights</media:keywords><dc:creator>The New Yorker</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Jun 2019 22:14:44 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d55e0b33892cc2270b3f8/master/pass/SundayReading-062319.jpg" width="1829" height="2560"/></item><item><title>Why the Polar Bear Is an Indisputable Image of Climate Change</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/annals-of-appearances/why-the-polar-bear-is-the-undisputed-image-of-climate-change</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0d419603a303bd237e443d</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Jun 2019 09:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Michele Moses writes about the response to an image of a starving polar bear in Norilsk, Siberia, and what it says about our moral reckoning with climate change and other forms of environmental damage.</description><category>Culture / Annals of Appearances</category><media:keywords>Climate Change, Polar Bears, Russia</media:keywords><dc:creator>Michele Moses</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 16:18:12 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0c0e8703a3037b6b7e42d5/master/pass/TNY-AnnalsofAppearance.jpg" width="2560" height="1706"/></item><item><title>Inside a Texas Building Where the Government Is Holding Immigrant Children</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/inside-a-texas-building-where-the-government-is-holding-immigrant-children</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0da98ab338929b7d70b549</guid><pubDate>Sat, 22 Jun 2019 16:47:52 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Isaac Chotiner interviews Warren Binford, a lawyer who has been interviewing children held in the detention facilities and who was so disturbed by what she saw that she decided to talk to the media.</description><category>News / Q. &amp; A.</category><media:keywords>Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.), Donald Trump, Family Separations, Concentration Camps</media:keywords><dc:creator>Isaac Chotiner</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 16:24:01 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0e386ec3ec9dbfedb78d6f/master/pass/Chotiner-Clint-Texas-Border.jpg" width="2282" height="1667"/></item><item><title>The Devil Critiques Expressions That Mention Him</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/the-devil-critiques-expressions-that-mention-him</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d09332ee140837872c67db5</guid><pubDate>Sat, 22 Jun 2019 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Sarah Hutto offers a list of humorous rebuttals by the Devil of expressions that mention him.</description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, Devil</media:keywords><dc:creator>Sarah Hutto</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Jun 2019 22:53:44 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d56a203a303d37b7e4451/master/pass/Hutton-DevilExpression.jpg" width="1661" height="2560"/></item><item><title>What to Stream This Weekend: “Bob &amp; Carol &amp; Ted &amp; Alice,” Through the Eyes of Pauline Kael</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-front-row/what-to-stream-this-weekend-bob-and-carol-and-ted-and-alice-through-the-eyes-of-pauline-kael</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0d4153c3ec9de164b78bdf</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Jun 2019 23:05:06 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Richard Brody on the film “Bob &amp; Carol &amp; Ted &amp; Alice,” by Paul Mazursky, and on the film critic Pauline Kael’s perspective of that movie and of the cinema in general. </description><category>Culture / The Front Row</category><media:keywords>Movies, Reviews, Pauline Kael, Film Critics</media:keywords><dc:creator>Richard Brody</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Jun 2019 23:05:05 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d5b482407992fa1a952ee/master/pass/Brody-PaulineKaelBob.jpg" width="2228" height="1679"/></item><item><title>Clarence Thomas’s Astonishing Opinion on a Racist Mississippi Prosecutor</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/clarence-thomass-astonishing-opinion-on-a-racist-mississippi-prosecutor</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0d52d7f9eb75c4f72ed1ce</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Jun 2019 22:45:44 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Jeffrey Toobin writes about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s opinion about Doug Evans, the prosecutor of the Flowers v. Mississippi case, who was accused of racial discrimination.</description><category>News / Daily Comment</category><media:keywords>Supreme Court, Supreme Court Justices, Race, Discrimination, Clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh</media:keywords><dc:creator>Jeffrey Toobin</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Jun 2019 14:48:28 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d5a1f8fbc4ca4f3f7ced5/master/pass/Toobin-ClarenceThomasDecision.jpg" width="2344" height="2560"/></item><item><title>What Will Follow Trump’s Cancelled Strike on Iran?</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/01/what-will-follow-trumps-cancelled-strike-on-iran</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5d0a4a2d94fd58003d285da8</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Jun 2019 22:05:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>The worst option is the one that both countries say they don’t want: a full-on war, Robin Wright writes.</description><category>Magazine / Comment</category><media:keywords>Donald Trump, Iran, Wars, Drones, Foreign Policy</media:keywords><dc:creator>Robin Wright</dc:creator><dc:modified>Tue, 25 Jun 2019 20:42:52 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5d0d4a28240799a290a952e5/master/pass/190701_r34554web-tout.jpg" width="2560" height="1920"/></item></channel></rss>
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