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Five Things I Simply Cannot Live Without During the Zombie Apocalypse

Running shoes, Bad Bunny albums, therapy, and more essentials for when I’m being chased by undead monsters.

M. Night Shyamalan’s Fears and Redemptions

For a time, the director’s name was a pop-cultural punch line. With the release of his new film, “Knock at the Cabin,” he says, “You know, things are going well for me, and it makes me scared.”

Daily Cartoon: Thursday, February 2nd

Happy Groundhog Day! Get it together, dude.

Kari Lake Furious That No One Has Searched Her Home for Stolen Documents

The former anchorwoman claimed that she has been calling for the F.B.I. to raid her house for weeks, but to no avail.

Is Donald Trump Losing His Mojo?

The former President’s political and legal challenges are mounting, even as some polls indicate he still has a lot of support among Republicans.

How the Memphis Police Controlled the Narrative of Tyre Nichols’s Killing

Doreen St. Félix, a writer and critic, discusses the public’s relationship to police brutality videos, and law enforcement’s illusion of transparency.

Billionaires: They’re Just Like Us!

They, too, have been known to toss and turn at night.

The Memphis Police Department Is Not a Bystander

By appropriating citizen-made mechanisms for monitoring violence, the police have spun failed reform into a myth of incremental accountability.

Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, February 1st

“Somehow, my Dry January has blossomed into a Dry-Martini February.”

Clare Sestanovich Reads Alice Munro

The author joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss the story “The Moons of Jupiter,” which was published in a 1978 issue of the magazine.

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