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Sunday Studying: A Sense of Place

From The New Yorker’s archive: tales about how the idea of residence has shifted over time.

The Takedown of a Darkish-Net Market

One of many world’s largest illicit bazaars was shuttered utilizing information seized from a fortified bunker in Germany.

To Counter Local weather Change, We Must Cease Burning Issues

Wooden produces giant quantities of carbon for every unit of vitality it produces, and forests take a long time to…

Fran Lebowitz’s One-Star Amazon Opinions

As an alternative of “Welcome,” the doormat ought to say, “O.Ok. Tremendous. You’re right here. I’m right here. Let’s get…

The N.B.A.’s New COVID-19 Protocol

In an effort to scale back pointless publicity, we’re simply gonna go forward and depend all unplayed Knicks video games…

Can the COVID-19 Vaccine Beat the Proliferation of New Virus Mutations?

Stopping transmission blocks the chance for viral mutation. Vaccination is the one means we have now of standing within the…

A Suppressed Masterwork of Moroccan Political Cinema Is Abruptly Streaming

“About Some Meaningless Occasions,” rediscovered 4 many years after it was banned, is a still-daring mix of creative creativeness and…

Letter from Biden’s Washington

Letter from Biden’s Washington

The Delights of New York, Fran Lebowitz, and Martin Scorsese’s Chuckle

The documentary collection “Faux It’s a Metropolis,” now streaming on Netflix, appears like a balm in a wildly shifting world.

A Reporter’s Footage from Contained in the Capitol Siege

Luke Mogelson adopted Trump supporters as they pressured their manner into the Senate chamber, utilizing his telephone’s digicam as a…