Sunday Review

Red Dead Redemption 2 Is True Art

The season’s best blockbuster isn’t a TV show or movie. It’s a video game. Red Dead Redemption 2 offers digital…

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What an Italian Donkey’s Fate Tells Us About the Future of Europe

A fable about Italy, bond yields and politics in the European Union. Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome.CreditCreditStephanie Gengotti for The New…

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The Two-Emperor Problem

What Trump v. John Roberts reveals about the Republic. President Trump spoke with the Supreme Court chief justice, John Roberts,…

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Do You Have a Moral Duty to Leave Facebook?

The platform has been used to disrupt elections, disseminate propaganda and promote hate. Regular users should ask if they are…

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My New Vagina Won’t Make Me Happy

And it shouldn’t have to. Andrea Long Chu at her home in Brooklyn.CreditCreditKholood Eid for The New York Times Next…

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The Woman Who Still Finds Louis C.K. Lovable

The French comedian Blanche Gardin is taking on all of feminism’s orthodoxies. Blanche Gardin at the César Awards show in…

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Packing Tips for an Evacuation

Benefit from my hard-earned experience. A long line of residents seeking to return to Malibu, Calif., wait at a checkpoint…

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The New Radicalization of the Internet

Jihadists and right-wing extremists use remarkably similar social media strategies. CreditCreditWoody Harrington Social media has played a key role in…

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So, You’ve Wandered Into a Too-Expensive Store

The important thing is not to panic. CreditCreditAisha Franz Well, it happened. There you were, strolling through the aspirationally wealthy…

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Sheryl Sandberg Can't Have It All

The burdens and perils of the pedestal. Facebook’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, testifying in front of the Senate Intelligence…

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