Juliana Huxtable’s Subsequent Chapter

Juliana Huxtable’s Subsequent Chapter

T PresentsThe artistic polymath has pushed the limits of genre, exploring ideas about gender and politics in nearly every form imaginable.The artist Juliana Huxtable photographed in her Berlin apartment.Credit…Florian ThossJuliana Huxtable is not one to sit idle. Since graduating from Bard College in 2010, she has leapt between various corners of the New York arts…

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Scientific doctors Enter College Soccer’s Politics, but Presumably Moral for Point to

Scientific doctors Enter College Soccer’s Politics, but Presumably Moral for Point to

Universities have had mixed messages, competing agendas and a lack of transparency as they consider whether to hold college football in the fall, with billions of dollars at stake.Ohio State is part of the Big Ten Conference, which postponed its fall football season, meaning its teams will not play until January at the earliest.Credit…Megan Jelinger/ReutersAs…

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When Utility Money Talks

When Utility Money Talks

Corruption scandals in Ohio and Illinois reveal an unsavory underside to the politics of energy.By Justin GillisMr. Gillis is a contributing Opinion writer and a former environmental reporter for The Times.Aug. 2, 2020Credit…Adam McCauleyThe billion-dollar bailout of one of Ohio’s biggest utilities seemed suspicious from the start. It turns out the F.B.I. was paying attention,…

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Michelle Obama Says She Is Dealing With ‘Low-Grade Depression’

Michelle Obama Says She Is Dealing With ‘Low-Grade Depression’

In her new podcast, the former first lady connected her experience with the effects of quarantine and news about civil unrest and politics.Michelle Obama said she had benefited from keeping a routine, including exercise, getting fresh air and having a regular dinner time.Credit…Vincent Thian/Associated PressPublished Aug. 6, 2020Updated Aug. 18, 2020Michelle Obama said this week…

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Progressives Didn’t Favor Harris for V.P. They’re Backing Her Anyway.

Progressives Didn’t Favor Harris for V.P. They’re Backing Her Anyway.

Joe Biden’s selection of Kamala Harris reaffirmed progressives’ fears of a Biden administration rooted in establishment politics. But rather than revolt, many snuffed out their criticisms.In choosing Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate, Joseph R. Biden Jr. opted for a moderate ideological ally. Credit…Erin Schaff/The New York TimesPublished Aug. 12, 2020Updated Aug. 19, 2020From the…

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Kris Kobach Loses Kansas Senate Foremost, Easing Republican Worries

Kris Kobach Loses Kansas Senate Foremost, Easing Republican Worries

In Missouri, Cori Bush, a progressive activist, upset the 10-term incumbent William Lacy Clay Jr., marking another major step forward for the progressive movement in its bid to threaten centrist officials.Representative Roger Marshall speaking with reporters near Pawnee Rock, Kan., on Tuesday. Mr. Marshall had been seen by establishment Republicans as the stronger general election…

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A Half-Century After Wallace, Trump Echoes the Politics of Division

A Half-Century After Wallace, Trump Echoes the Politics of Division

News AnalysisGeorge Wallace’s speeches and interviews from his 1968 campaign feature language and appeals that sound familiar again as the “law and order” president sends federal forces into the streets.VideotranscripttranscriptTrump and George Wallace Share a Speaking StylePresident Trump’s statements about demonstrations across the country have much in common with George Wallace’s infamously inflammatory rhetoric, echoing…

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Kamala Harris Adjustments the Hurry Whereas Trump Tells on Himself

Kamala Harris Adjustments the Hurry Whereas Trump Tells on Himself

There were surprises this week that weren’t entirely shocking: Ms. Harris joined Joe Biden’s ticket and President Trump resurrected birtherism. Here’s what to make of the last week in politics.Senator Kamala Harris with Joseph R. Biden Jr., signing documents to receive the Democratic nomination for vice president and president.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesPublished Aug.…

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Alex Morse Used to be Accused, Condemned and Then Vindicated. Will His Skills Commerce Anything?

Alex Morse Used to be Accused, Condemned and Then Vindicated. Will His Skills Commerce Anything?

Vague allegations against the Massachusetts congressional candidate offer a case study in how progressives navigate issues of sex and power in politics when judgment is often swift and unforgiving.Alex Morse, the 31-year-old, gay mayor of Holyoke, Mass., says the allegations have only helped his campaign to unseat a Democratic incumbent in Congress.Credit…Tony Luong for The…

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Original York Attorney Frequent Sues N.R.A. and Seeks Its Closure

Original York Attorney Frequent Sues N.R.A. and Seeks Its Closure

VideotranscripttranscriptN.Y. Attorney General Sues to Dissolve N.R.A. Over CorruptionThe New York attorney general, Letitia James, alleged that years of corruption by National Rifle Association executives undermined its ability to operate as a nonprofit.Just a few minutes ago, my office filed the lawsuit against the National Rifle Association to dissolve the organization in its entirety for…

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Modern York Attorney Same outdated Sues N.R.A. and Seeks Its Closure

Modern York Attorney Same outdated Sues N.R.A. and Seeks Its Closure

VideotranscripttranscriptN.Y. Attorney General Sues to Dissolve N.R.A. Over CorruptionThe New York attorney general, Letitia James, alleged that years of corruption by National Rifle Association executives undermined its ability to operate as a nonprofit.Just a few minutes ago, my office filed the lawsuit against the National Rifle Association to dissolve the organization in its entirety for…

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What Biden Need to Stop

What Biden Need to Stop

michelle goldbergI’m Michelle Goldberg.michelle cottleI’m Michelle Cottle.jamelle bouieI’m Jamelle Bouie.frank bruniAnd I’m Frank Bruni, and this is “The Argument.”The Democratic convention is finally here, if you can even call it a convention. Like all else about a presidential campaign conducted in the shadow of a pandemic, it’s nothing like what happened in years past. Does…

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A Momentous First Night Support for the N.B.A.

A Momentous First Night Support for the N.B.A.

Close games, social justice protests and a principal role for Rudy Gobert, again.The New Orleans Pelicans and Utah Jazz during the national anthem on the first night of the N.B.A.’s return.Credit…Ashley Landis/USA Today Sports, via ReutersPublished July 31, 2020Updated Aug. 3, 2020LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — When his postgame Zoom interview was over, before making…

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