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Books and the Arts

Historians are losing their audience, and searching for the next trend won’t win it back.

Democracy floats on currents of change. Is it ever capable of managing them?

Damián Szifron’s Wild Tales is a carnival of melancholy, melodrama and the polymorphously perverse.

Ebooks - Molly Ivins

News and Analysis

Haiti reconstruction

The international community pledged enough aid to give every Haitian a check for $1,000. The money went elsewhere.

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So is your block, your school, your neighborhood… your city, state and country.

Taylor Mac performs at New York Live Arts, January 2015

A musical project of maddening ambition unearths—and invents—a gay history of America.

The Capitol in Washington

No matter who wins the presidency, we can count on the re-election of two words: “more war.”

It’s time to start enforcing Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment.

Bill de Blasio was elected to unite a divided city, but some rifts are hard to mend.

The Syriza party is poised to win Greece’s snap elections on an anti-austerity platform.

President John F. Kennedy announces a US blockade of Cuba, October 22, 1962

Democracy floats on currents of change. Is it ever capable of managing them?

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