The 7.24.22 Issue


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    The protest outside the Pennsylvania Capitol on Nov. 7, 2020, the day news organizations began calling the race for president for Joe Biden.
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    How ‘Stop the Steal’ Captured the American Right

    The movement to reinstate President Trump has gone far beyond him — and now threatens the future of American elections.

     By Charles Homans and

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    CreditFrom David Treuer

    Adrift Between My Parents’ Two Americas

    David Treuer’s father, an Austrian immigrant, loved this country. His Native mother, born on a reservation, could never forgive it. Where does that leave him?


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    Michael Mann in Modena, Italy in July.
    CreditChristopher Anderson/Magnum, for The New York Times

    Michael Mann’s Damaged Men

    In “Ferrari,” his first film since 2015 — and in “Heat 2,” his first ever novel — the director returns to his great theme: outsiders with a brutal determination to win.


  1. Eat

    CreditChris Simpson for The New York Times. Food stylist: Maggie Ruggiero. Prop stylist: Sophia Pappas.

    A Chocolate Cake for the Queen of ASMR Eating

    A surprising online discovery leads to an unlikely friendship and a heartfelt cake recipe.


  2. Letter of Recommendation

    CreditIllustration by M Fatchurofi

    Silence Brought Me a Community and an Escape

    Society maintains that I am broken because of my deafness. I consider myself fortunate to have been given this ability to turn off the sound.


  3. Screenland

    CreditPhoto illustration by Alicia Tatone

    Dove’s Latest Stand in the Virtue Wars

    How they managed to claim the high ground against other brands while remaining as broadly inoffensive as any giant company desires.


  1. Tip

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    How to Say Goodbye

    In Malia Wollan’s final Tip column, some parting advice.