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The New Yorker

Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstracts back to 1925.

  • Covering the North Korea Summit While Trapped in a Warehouse in Singapore

    newyorker.com 13 Jun '18, 7pm

    On Tuesday, in a cavernous, three-story warehouse called the F1 Pit building, in Singapore, about three thousand reporters looked up at hundreds of TV screens mounted from the ceiling. The warehouse is typically filled with Formula One spectators, but the reporters were there to watch...

  • Covering the North Korea Summit While Trapped in a Warehouse in Singapore

    newyorker.com 13 Jun '18, 8pm

    On Tuesday, in a cavernous, three-story warehouse called the F1 Pit building, in Singapore, about three thousand reporters looked up at hundreds of TV screens mounted from the ceiling. The warehouse is typically filled with Formula One spectators, but the reporters were there to watch...

  • A Love Affair with Latin Dance Music at the New York Salsa Festival

    newyorker.com 25 May '18, 9am

    New York’s love affair with Latin dance music is long and storied. It began with the rise of mambo kings and queens in the forties, and shifted focus in the late sixties, when a new assertion of Puerto Rican identity fostered hit-makers like the trombonist Willie Colón (above). He app...

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  • Biggest Winner in Singapore: China

    newyorker.com 13 Jun '18, 12pm

    “Honestly, I think he’s going to do these things,” President Trump told reporters in Singapore on Tuesday night, after signing a page of loose declarations with Kim Jong Un . “I may stand before you in six months and say, ‘Hey, I was wrong.’ I don’t know that I’ll ever admit that, but...

  • A Sidelined Wall Street Legend Bets on Bitcoin

    newyorker.com 09 Apr '18, 9am

    Michael Novogratz was in a good mood. It was the thirtieth reunion of Princeton’s class of 1987, and the on-again, off-again billionaire was getting a lot of respect. “I want to hit you up about something,” a two-star general said. “Those are the freshest kicks,” a young bro in a dres...

  • Can a Robot Join the Faith?

    Can a Robot Join the Faith?

    newyorker.com 24 Nov '17, 3pm

    As an apparent coup d’etat ripples through Saudi Arabia, the rising ruling faction is trying to keep things upbeat by sending bullish signals to the world’s mega-rich. Exhibit A is Neom, part of the kingdom’s Vision 2030 initiative, a proposed utopian city whose modest slogan is “the ...

  • How Air Jordan Became Crying Jordan

    newyorker.com 12 May '16, 12am

    Yet even marvels grow old. In 2015, Wright Thompson, of ESPN, profiled Jordan as he approached his fiftieth birthday. Thompson presented Jordan as a lonely man—a compulsive competitor with nothing left to compete for. He was more than a decade removed from the game, and a good thirty ...

  • Inside the Fight Over Bitcoin’s Future -

    newyorker.com 25 Aug '15, 9pm

    One of the most vocal critics of XT has been Gregory Maxwell, one of Bitcoin’s five core developers. Aside from the many other enhancements he has made to Bitcoin Core, Maxwell is a developer of “sidechains,” a clever proposal for scaling Bitcoin by processing transactions partly off ...

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