Laura Ingraham Thinks America May ‘Turn The Page’ On Trump

It’s been over seven long, long, oh so very long years since Donald Trump formally announced he was entering politics. It probably feels even longer than that. America was already a divided nation when he kicked off his first presidential campaign, but he made things even worse, and even if he does wind up in the slammer, neither he nor

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Senate G.O.P. Campaign Arm Slashes TV Ad Buys in Three

SAN FRANCISCO — Nancy Pelosi has made two very different, almost irreconcilable statements about her political future.

In 2018, she pledged that 2022 would be her last year as House Democratic leader, acceding to a term limit to quell an uprising and secure a second stint as speaker. In January, she announced she was running for another two-year term in … Read More

Salman Rushdie Is Off Ventilator and Starting to Recover

The author Salman Rushdie, who was stabbed roughly 10 times on Friday, has been removed from a ventilator and is on the mend, his agent said Sunday.

“The road to recovery has begun,” Andrew Wylie, the agent, said in a text message. “It will be long; the injuries are severe, but his condition is headed in the right direction.”


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Why Abortion Has Become a Centerpiece of Democratic TV Ads

In Michigan, Democrats took aim at the Republican nominee for governor almost immediately after the primary with a television ad highlighting her opposition to abortion, without exceptions for rape or incest.

In Georgia, Democrats recently attacked the Republican governor in another television ad, with women speaking fearfully about the specter of being investigated and “criminalized.”

And in Arizona, the Republican

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How masterly horror Deliverance set a controversial trend

Deliverance shows Boorman’s skill as a director, achieving his usual visual flair but with a decidedly more disturbing subject matter. The film is remembered for two sequences especially: one of “duelling banjos” in which Drew and a local boy (Billy Redden) conjure up an impromptu duet between banjo and guitar, and an infamous scene where Bobby is sexually assaulted and

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B.J. Novak Talks New Film, Jewish Humor

One of the first things B.J. Novak says to me after we sit down is how my double recording our interview for safety is “very Jewish.” We laugh. “None of the others did this,” he tells me. And I’m his last interviewer of the day.

It’s surreal to be

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