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Category Archives: The New Yorker

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How Religious Freedom Laws Became A Flashpoint In The Georgia Governor’s Race

“Free Solo,” A Documentary About The Hardest Climb In History

Rural Georgians Want Medicaid, But They’re Divided On Stacey Abrams, The Candidate Who Wants To Expand It

Could Smithfield Foods Have Prevented the “Rivers of Hog Waste” in North Carolina After Florence?

The Georgia Governor’s Race, As Seen By An Atlanta Barbershop’s Influential Patrons

News Outlets Are Prewriting Stories About Officials Getting Fired To Keep Up With The Trump Era

The Disturbing World of Jim Carrey’s Anti-Trump Cartoons

A Company Owner Ask His Customers For Understanding—And Help—After Raising Prices In The Wake Of Trump’s Steel Tariffs

A Capital Gazette Reporter Prepares To Cover The Trial Of The Suspected Killer of His Colleagues

A Capital Gazette Alum Returns To Annapolis

Putting Out The Capital Gazette, A Week After The Shootings


The Teen Inventor Trying To Protect Other People From Being Shot At School

What Two Starbucks Employees Made Of The Company’s Anti-Bias Training

Stacey Abrams Makes History In The Georgia Primary

In Rural Georgia, Black Stacey And White Stacey Face Off

“This Is A Dream I Can’t Wake Up From”

A Student Survivor Recounts the Mass Shooting at Santa Fe High School


The Strange, Stark Imagery of the N.R.A. Convention

Touring the N.R.A.’s Annual Convention

Trump Talks At The N.R.A. Convention


Sean Who? An Afternoon in Hannityville

Waste Not

Stacey Abrams, The Candidate for Georgia Governor Who Could Make History

Parents And Students From Stoneman Douglas Take Sides In The Florida Senate Race

The Seemingly Random And Definitely Worrisome Cyberattack On Atlanta

The Troubled Tenure of Scott Israel, Sheriff of Broward County

Stolen Moments of Solitude At The World’s Busiest Airport

Sign Here, Mom And Dad: Parkland Teenagers Craft A Gun Control Contract

A Freshman At Stoneman Douglas Returns to School

How To Make A Hate Map

Twenty Minutes From Parkland, Teachers Work On Their Shooting Skills

A Teacher At Marjory Stoneman Douglas Returns To School

Two Funerals, A Viewing, And A Vigil: A Teenager’s Sunday in Parkland