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Can A.I. Treat Mental Illness?

New computer systems aim to peer inside our heads—and to help us fix what they find there.

The End of the English Major

Enrollment in the humanities is in free fall at colleges around the country. What happened?

Jeffrey Sachs’s Great-Power Politics

The economist discusses what the U.S. gets wrong about Putin and the war in Ukraine. 

The Author Who Brought the Montessori Method to Life in Her Fiction

Dorothy Canfield Fisher’s novels took childhood development seriously, glorying in the daily accumulation of small insights.

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Watching Tucker Carlson for Work

According to Kat Abughazaleh, a researcher at Media Matters for America, “You don’t know Fox News until you are watching it for a job.”

Danielle Deadwyler’s Gravity-Shifting Intensity

The multihyphenate discusses her role in “Till,” her approach to art, ego death, and the retrograde values of the Hollywood system.

The Life and Death of a Ukrainian Photographer

Maksym Levin started documenting war “to become famous.” After seeing conflict up close, his motivations shifted.

Sliding Toward a New Cold War

Not since the Berlin Wall fell has the world been cleaved so deeply by the kind of conflict that John F. Kennedy called a “long, twilight struggle.”

Lori Lightfoot Makes Her Case to Chicago

The embattled mayor—often blamed for the city’s high crime and low morale—has presided over many crises, not all of her own making. Can she win a second term?

The Other Blockbuster Royals Memoir

Before there was “Spare,” there was “The Heart Has Its Reasons” (1956), by Wallis Simpson.

MoviePass, Take Two!

Stacy Spikes, whose subscription service relaunched last fall, discusses the takeover that bankrupted it, and being called an “idiot” by Bob Weinstein.

What a Sixty-Five-Year-Old Book Teaches Us About A.I.

Rereading an oddly resonant—and prescient—consideration of how computation affects learning.
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Phosphorus Saved Our Way of Life—and Now Threatens to End It

Fertilizers filled with the nutrient boosted our ability to feed the planet. Today, they’re creating vast and growing dead zones in our lakes and seas.

The Dystopian Underworld of South Africa’s Illegal Gold Mines

When the country’s mining industry collapsed, a criminal economy grew in its place, with thousands of men searching for leftover gold.

How the Biggest Fraud in German History Unravelled

The tech company Wirecard was embraced by the German élite. But a reporter discovered that behind the façade of innovation were lies and links to Russian intelligence.

It’s Time to Rethink the Idea of the “Indigenous”

Many groups who identify as Indigenous don’t claim to be first peoples; many who did come first don’t claim to be Indigenous. Can the concept escape its colonial past?

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“Snowy Day”

A view of the night sky looking up at a tower in a rainforest. Snow is falling.
Illustration by Anuj Shrestha
The guard on duty blocked the woman with his M16. She was slender, one shoulder slanted down as if the suitcase she carried in her hand were too heavy for her. As she spoke to him, the steam of her breath rose up in the cold air. The window of the guard post, which stood like a little tower at the entrance to the base, snapped open. “Hey, what’s she saying?” a staff sergeant called out.Continue reading »


Twitter Check Marks, Updated

How about Orange? (Trump and Trump impersonators only.) Or Blue Sweater/Glasses? (For @georgesantosreallyIswear and @georgewashingsantos.)

The Art of the Soft Launch

Earnest and heartfelt Instagram announcements are out. Instead, try to be vague and insouciant.

Fox News Announces Acquisition of Kevin McCarthy

Rupert Murdoch said that he was “delighted” by the purchase of McCarthy and noted that Fox had snapped him up at an attractively low price.

Biden Beset by Balloons

Someone’s bubble is about to burst.

Your Dumb Little Advertising Tricks Won’t Work on Me

Wow, can you believe all these features? Designed in the U.S.A.? Eco-friendly? And look at this packaging! Solid. Solid try, but no!

How I Became a Real New Yorker

I’ve lived through some major N.Y.C. milestones, like close encounters with raccoons and getting run over by scooter riders in Cobble Hill.