Advertisement

Omnivore

It's going to be a long four years

After bitter campaign, election positions Trump to shape rules on how you vote. Trump threatens to make the GOP the party of permanent voter suppression. Baratunde Thurston: Empathy isn't a favor I owe white Trump voters — it has to go both ways. Eli Lake on Trump's coming witch hunt against political Islam. Of 8 tech companies, only Twitter says it would refuse to help build Muslim registry for Trump. How Obama could make it much harder for Trump to build his "Muslim registry". Why Obama is


Paper Trail

The Outline, a new website from The Verge founder Joshua Topolsky, launched yesterday. The site aims to be “a next-generation version of The New Yorker,” with cultural criticism and longform reporting optimized for mobile reading. The Wall Street Journal explains that the site is more focused on revolutionizing web advertising than web content. Amanda Hale,

Syllabi

Reading for the Next Four Years

Margaret EbyIt is still unclear exactly what America under the presidency of Donald J. Trump will look like. But if we believe his campaign promises—deporting of millions of people, registering Muslims, gutting

Daily Review

After the Islamic State

Last May, Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, the second most powerful leader in the Islamic State, hinted that the caliphate was crumbling. "Whoever thinks that we fight to protect some land or some authority, or that victory is measured thereby, has strayed far from the truth,"

Interviews

Alexandra Kleeman

Alexandra Kleeman's fiction may share affinities with the luminaries of our postmodern canon—Don DeLillo, Robert Coover, and Ben Marcus—but her sensibility equally recalls the films of David Lynch.

Video

Ahkil Reed Amar, "The Constitution Today"

Excerpt

Elephants in Lake Charles

Arlie Russell Hochschild

"YOU CAN TELL I’m a Republican,” Janice Areno says as she invites me to sit down in her office, Elephants fill three shelves of a wall opposite her desk, One is blue-and-white porcelain, a second is gold, a third is red, white, and blue and stands near a young child’s drawing of a yellow one.

Advertisement