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Trump’s Public-Relations Army

欧洲杯买彩票Will the military allow the President to use it for political advantage?

Our Local Correspondents

Protesting Past Curfew in New York City

In neighborhoods across Brooklyn and Manhattan, thousands of demonstrators stayed outside for as long as they could.

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Scenes from the George Floyd Memorial in Brooklyn

欧洲杯买彩票The photographer Mark Clennon has attended many protests and Black Lives Matter marches in New York in recent years. This time, it feels different.

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Letter from Trump’s Washington

#BunkerBoy’s Photo-Op War

Is this an authoritarian crackdown by Donald Trump or just another politicized spectacle?

Our Columnists

Is America Becoming a Banana Republic?

The protests over the killing of George Floyd have made our institutional crisis all the more visible and worrisome, even to career military officers long experienced in dealing with instability.

Close Encounters

Let’s Get Small

In a romantic coupling, you turn inward, but friendships put you shoulder to shoulder to take on the world.

Q. & A.

Cory Booker on the Future of Police Reform

欧洲杯买彩票The senator from New Jersey talks about ongoing protests against police brutality, his efforts at reform in Newark, his Presidential campaign, and his friendship with Mark Zuckerberg.

The Current Cinema

“Shirley” Takes a One-Sided View of Its Subject

欧洲杯买彩票The film coats the author Shirley Jackson in gothic excess as if glazing a ham, and of her humor scarcely a shred remains.

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The Weekend Crossword

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Can Police Violence Be Curbed?

As protests following the killing of George Floyd continue nationwide, the staff writer Jelani Cobb speaks with an activist and a former police chief about policing. Masha Gessen looks at the President’s autocratic response to the protests.

June 5, 2020

America!: How Birds Are Adjusting to Our New Reality

The hummingbirds are finding their tune.

June 5, 2020

“And Then We Danced,” A Queer Love Letter to Georgian Culture

The director Levan Akin’s coming-of-age story about a traditional dancer had just a three-day run of screenings in Georgia, where it led to rioting, twenty-seven arrests, and one hospitalization.

June 5, 2020

Trump Claims That Wall Around White House Is to Prevent Staff from Quitting En Masse

Trump added that he was considering invoking the Insurrection Act of 1807 to put down further rebellions by the Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper.

June 5, 2020

Daily Cartoon: Friday, June 5th

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The Theatre

The Homebound Project’s Original Plays, Performed in Isolation

Diane Lane, Blair Underwood, and Phillipa Soo are some of the stars appearing in new short plays that will stream online.

On Television

Pleasure and Pain on HBO Max

欧洲杯买彩票Amid plastic simulacra of shows of yore, a documentary on sexual assault in hip-hop stands out.

The Pictures

Bel Powley Adds Staten Island to Her Accent Repertoire

欧洲杯买彩票Preparing for her role as Pete Davidson’s love interest in Judd Apatow’s “The King of Staten Island,” the British actress drew inspiration from reality TV.

Fiction

“White Noise”

欧洲杯买彩票“This time tomorrow, Harvey would know everything. He believed, truly, that he would be exonerated. How could he not be?”

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Podcasts

The Killing of George Floyd and the Origins of American Racism

欧洲杯买彩票Suzanne Plihcik, an organizer and anti-racism trainer, on the origins and effects of structural racism, and whether the current demonstrations could be a turning point for the country.

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