Adam Gopnik on President Trump’s visit to France for the centennial of the end of WWI and his attacks on French President Emmanuel Macron, France,
Osita Nwanevu writes on the appearance of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib at a climate protest outside of Nancy Pelosi’s office.
Alex Ross writes about the New York recording sessions captured on Bob Dylan’s “More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 14.”
Katy Waldman reviews “The Feral Detective,” by Jonathan Lethem, one of the first pieces of fiction to address the Trump Presidency directly.
John Cassidy writes on the Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema’s victory in the U.S. Senate race in Arizona, and the implications that her success may have
Sue Halpern writes about the recounts in the elections in Florida and Georgia, and the impediments to voting on Election Day across the country, including
Phil McAndrew illustrates a humorous list of people Facebook has suggested as “friends.”
Michele Moses on what motivates doomsday preppers, in the latest installment of The New Yorker’s “Annals of Obsession” video series.
Nicole Boyce’s humorous inventory contrasts her perception of her possessions before moving apartments with what she realized she actually owns after the move.
Deborah Treisman hosts the author Sam Lipsyte, who reads his short story “Show Recent Some Love,” from the November 19, 2018, issue of the magazine.