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The Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov is playing some of the best tennis of his life.
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Bernie Sanders’s tinge of hippiedom lets members of the smartphone generation embrace the political sixties trip they never had.
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+Ruslan Georgiev Re: "reliving his 60's nostalgic moments"
I think he may have transcended those moments in his thirty five years of public service.
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Jerome Groopman reflects on Oliver Sacks, an extraordinary and exemplary doctor—creative, sensitive, and large-hearted to his many patients.
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In Jensen Beach’s fiction in this week's issue, a lonely woman gets increasingly drunk as she contemplates the other lives she might have lived.
Credit Photograph by Peter Funch for The New Yorker / Hand Lettering by Eva Black
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Mmmh yeah
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In the decade following Katrina, our writers have told varied, powerful stories of endurance and survival. We've collected some of them here, to mark ten years since the storm.
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I live a few hours away, yes I've been there.....yes I was stuck in that storm ..moving on includes
" let's rebuild, start over and, MOVE ON!" Dwelling on the horrendous event is not going to rebuild anything is it? Hmmm.... didn't think so.
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The story of how Byzantine shipwrecks delayed one of the world's fastest-growing European cities from building a high-speed train.
Byzantine shipwrecks found during the construction of the first-ever tunnel under the Bosporus held up work for years. Credit Photo Illustration by Raphaël Dallaporta for The New Yorker; Source: Istanbul University Yenikapi Shipwrecks Project
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It’s hard to believe that Rafael Nadal’s practice schedules and fitness regimens haven’t been disrupted this year by his underwear and perfume obligations.
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The champ needs to get back to the gym. Dad bodies dont win Matches.
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What a window washer sees.
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That's one tough job.
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Revel was supposed to be the most opulent casino Atlantic City had ever seen. Nick Paumgarten explores what went wrong, and why its shuttering may signal the demise of the city itself.
If not for zany schemes, Atlantic City would be a sand dune. Revel was supposed to be the most opulent casino the place had ever seen. Credit Photograph by Andrew Moore for The New Yorker
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Doesn't matter, because in 15 years the water level will have risen and Atlantic City will be under water - Problem Solved.
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The palate of New Oreleans' residents new and old is now informed by a hankering for things beyond great étouffée, like affordable housing, effective governance, and quality education.
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Can someone from The New Yorker do a spell check before posting publicly? New Orelean's? Seriously?
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It would be a mistake for Joe Biden to run, Ryan Lizza writes, but it would be shrewd for him to prepare in case Hillary Clinton's campaign derails.
Biden most likely can’t beat Clinton, but he can set himself up as the Party’s insurance policy in case of her collapse.
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I prefer Sanders. But prefer Biden instead of Clinton. She brought this whole email thing on herself. Not to use a government server for government communication is really mindboggling. It speaks to me of a certain hubris: The rules don't apply to me. But, if she is the party's nominee, I sure ain't voting Republican. My arm would just fall right off.
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Today, the calm banality of a morning newscast was transformed into a horror.
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be a pain in the back side Floyd this is not a cartoon
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