New York Times Magazine

From HBO to ‘Star Wars’ to Shakspeare, he has discovered how to excel beyond tidy genres.
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The 20-year-old is poised to burst into the top tier of women’s tennis. Can she also burst Japan’s expectations of what it means to be Japanese?
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Almond growing in California is a $7.6 billion industry that wouldn’t be possible without the 30 billion bees (and hundreds of human beekeepers) wh...
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Over eight years, through millions of letters, the staff of the White House mailroom read the unfiltered story of a nation.
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We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts.
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Inside the growth of the most controversial brand in the wellness industry.
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The first female Asian-American playwright on Broadway takes aim at identity and watches the audience squirm.
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Hua Qu is fighting to save her husband — one of at least seven U.S. captives in the Islamic Republic being used as pawns in a nearly 40-year secret...
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Rob Wielgus was one of America’s pre-eminent experts on large carnivores. Then he ran afoul of the enemies of the wolf.
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The suit filed on behalf of families separated at the border was just the latest action against the administration by the civil liberties group.
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The comedic duo has made it big by offering what few other shows can: a decidedly black perspective.
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Inside Justin Trudeau’s campaign against the American trade war.
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Why did female members follow a guru named Keith Raniere, who now stands accused of sex trafficking? He made them feel like they were in control.
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The cult indie rapper smuggled his radical anticapitalism into his biting new film ‘Sorry to Bother You.’
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The researchers and renegades bringing psychedelic drugs into the mental health mainstream.
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At 30, the choreographer is molding the form in his image.
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In the midst of a national opioid crisis, mothers addicted to drugs struggle to get off them — for their babies’ sake, and their own.
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After hiding behind an alter ego for years, the pop star is ready to step into a more authentic self with ‘Dirty Computer.’
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The answer to the disparity in death rates has everything to do with the lived experience of being a black woman in America.
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