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Brittany Maynard’s poise, lucidity, and youth have amplified her voice in her quest to achieve “death with dignity” http://t.co/JHhAIdYLRB
.@BorowitzReport: Kochs approve a controversial plan to fire cash from cannons directly at voters on Election Day http://t.co/6QMH8rJdAl
Today’s daily cartoon by David Sipress: http://t.co/qhNEP5Dm6q #HappyHalloween http://t.co/EaCnVVZGPQ
RT @NewYorkerVideo: When an audience member with a quiet voice asks Larry David a question, this happens: http://t.co/sXBwjfpcO5
Political Scene Podcast: Lessons that we can learn from the current Ebola outbreak http://t.co/rvEFvDeKkA
There is a maxim in the cruise-ship industry that the average passenger gains a pound a day while on board: http://t.co/J2sDM57OEQ
Haunted-house designers have developed a number of techniques to provoke fear—but smell is rarely part of the package http://t.co/mXRey8WGPa
From our Love Stories collection, fiction by Junot Díaz: http://t.co/2wW2lVH7yh #TNYarchive
“Galway Kinnell was one of, if not the most, admired poets of his time,” C. K. Williams writes: http://t.co/spTkCw8TOg
Slide Show: The photographer @EiriniVourloumi created a visual dialogue with her grandfather’s drawings of Greece http://t.co/yxILhhDKxp
Members of the social psychology field are overwhelmingly liberal—but is that a problem? @mkonnikova investigates: http://t.co/fl8Ohg6Csl
“It’s a blessing to do any work. But I want to do things that feel original.” Haley Joel Osment, grown up: http://t.co/maWktHDuo7
Crisis in Mexico: Could Forty-Three Missing Students Spark a Revolution? http://t.co/5TYgG9HH7a
“Not so long ago, food was food. That’s not true anymore.” How foodism has gotten out of hand: http://t.co/8vUMsIp7ag
On the Internet, “the day is not a pie but a vapor.” Why standardized time’s regulatory powers are fading: http://t.co/syyiSPYPgm
Why Tim Cook’s coming out may be the harbinger of another chapter for the Republican Party: http://t.co/kEjCubeREU
“This is the infomercial-in-the-age-of-the-Internet myth.” @danagoodyear on McDonald’s new transparency campaign: http://t.co/rMGEdGxTR4
The Sadness of @TPAIN: Auto-Tune made the artist a household name—until listeners got sick of it http://t.co/rtJZLY1Qcz
The Rediscovered Classic: An illustration by @tomgauld http://t.co/D6QPODoAd4
Roger Angell on watching Bumgarner: “It’s twilight sleep; an Ambien catnap; an evening voyage on a Watteau barge.” http://t.co/ae5EZi3zy9

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The New Yorker is a weekly magazine with a mix of reporting of politics and culture, humor and cartoons, fiction and poetry, and reviews and criticism.
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