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“Chernobyl" is a true-story series that uses the structure of a thriller to expose a reality that was buried, denied, and warped by the government—a distinctly contemporary theme. The results, Emily Nussbaum writes, are intoxicating. Tap the link in our bio to read Nussbaum’s reviews of "Chernobyl," on HBO, and "When They See Us," on Netflix. Photograph by Liam Daniel / HBO.

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The pop idol Troye Sivan translates the gay teen experience into recognizable rites of passage—a first trip to a gay bar, an encounter on Grindr. Tap the link in our bio to read more about Sivan’s journey to stardom. Photograph by @hart_leshkina.

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This week's cover, "Heartfelt," by @Olimpiazagnoli

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As he’s made abundantly clear throughout the course of his career, Boris Johnson hates choosing between things—even right and wrong. Tap the link in our bio to read about the man likely to be Britain’s next Prime Minister, whose clownlike persona enables him to air sinister ideas and dodge the consequences. Illustration by Bendik Kaltenborn.

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Where did the concept of summer reading come from? Around the turn of the 19th century, urbanization and industrialization gave summertime a new radiance—it offered a chance to escape the sweaty, overcrowded city, and literature began to reflect, with an appealing self-consciousness, the image of the genteel reader escaping into her paperback. Tap the link in our bio to read about the history behind “beach reads.” Photograph by Martin Parr / Magnum.

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Some fatherly advice. #TNYcartoons

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In 2016, Suny Rodríguez filed a federal lawsuit alleging that she endured “extreme and outrageous” harms at the hands of U.S. immigration agents, including attempts to take her young son from her. The case set a powerful precedent—it revealed that the government could, and would, settle cases for damages in the context of family detention and separation. Tap the link in our bio to read about how families separated at the border could make the government pay. Photograph by Mengwen Cao for The New Yorker.

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Augusta National, the world’s most exclusive golf club and host of the annual Masters Tournament, is an environment of extreme artifice, a fantasia of the fifties, an Oz amid the Georgia pines. It has more in common with the World Economic Forum, in Davos, than it does with Wimbledon or Fenway Park: from the beginning, it was a club for the rich and powerful—a “Coachella for C.E.O.s.” Tap the link in our bio to follow Nick Paumgarten behind the curtain at Augusta National, where the greens are always firm, the birdsong never ceases, and Tiger Woods once again reigns supreme. Illustration by @studioespinosaworks

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Camouflage designs for situations in which you would like to disappear. Tap the link in our bio for more. Illustrations by @daveostowdraws.

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A cartoon by @lianafinck. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.

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The restaurant Maison Yaki endeavors to marry classic French dishes with Japanese ingredients and techniques. Here you'll find grilled duck skewers, beef-tongue sandwiches, and both sake and French wine. Tap the link in our bio to read more about this cheeky new restaurant in Prospect Park. Photograph by Amy Li.

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Elizabeth Warren has spent decades warning Americans about the pernicious effects of income inequality, predatory corporations, and consumer debt—issues that are at the heart of the 2020 Presidential campaign. Tap the link in our bio to read about Warren’s unusual path to the presidential race, and how she plans to bring systemic reforms to education, healthcare, and democracy itself. Photographs by Brian Finke for The New Yorker.

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