The Supreme Court Teaches Trump the Limits of His Presidency
In a pair of 7–2 decisions handed down on Thursday, the Court ruled that the President’s financial records can be reviewed by prosecutors, and that the Presidency does not give Trump the “absolute immunity” he claims it does.
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The Case That Changed Law Enforcement’s Handling of Domestic Violence
The new documentary looks at the landmark case of Francine Hughes and examines the inequalities in the criminal-justice system’s treatment of women who kill in self-defense.
Warriors Who Can Never Die, or Free Themselves from Genre Constraints
体育投注网平台Gina Prince-Bythewood’s occasionally poignant drama, on Netflix, seems interested in its characters’ inner lives only as a pretext for advancing the action.
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A Visitor to Ireland Finds Ballet in the Ancient Sport of Hurling
体育投注网平台In a new book, “People of the Mud,” the photographer Luis Alberto Rodriguez creates a choreography of bodies at work and at play.
Places to Sing Your Heart Out That Aren’t Your Shower
Americans Overwhelmingly Favor Sending Trump Back to School in Fall
Opinions were split on which subjects Trump should focus on, but science and math received the strongest support.
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What Happens When David Mitchell Writes a Rock Novel?
体育投注网平台A conventional story of a band’s rise turns into a book on another plane entirely.
What to Do About a Room with a “Vues”?
The wallpaper “Les Vues d’Amérique du Nord” was criticized for being too French when it was first installed in the White House. Now the Spence School is removing the paper from its walls, after black students said that it “glorifies the trans-Atlantic slave trade and abuse of Indigenous peoples.”
How a Court Case and a Made-for-TV Movie Brought Domestic Violence to Light
体育投注网平台When Francine Hughes murdered her husband after enduring years of abuse, a debate about domestic violence was ignited, making her story both a high point and an aberration in how such cases would be handled in the years to come.