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How Moving to France and Having Children Led a Black American to Rethink Race

By Andrew Solomon

“Self-Portrait in Black and White,” by Thomas Chatterton Williams, is the author’s searching account about what it means to embrace a racial identity — and then to cast it off.

How to Beat Trump at His Own Game

By Ian Haney LΓ³pez

To fight back against the president’s racist policies, we also have to talk about class.

Suburbanites in Louisiana Vote to Create a New City of Their Own

By Rick Rojas

The referendum to establish a largely white city called St. George on the edge of Baton Rouge, which is racially diverse, grew out of frustration over schools and local control.

The Only Women’s Pro Hockey League in America Plays On

By Seth Berkman

Olympians and other top stars are boycotting the N.W.H.L. this season, but that has made the league more accessible for those who thought pro hockey was not an option.

The Only Women’s Pro Hockey League in America Plays On

By Seth Berkman

Olympians and other top stars are boycotting the N.W.H.L. this season, but that has made the league more accessible for those who thought pro hockey was not an option.

An Artist Who Works to Lana Del Rey and the Hum of Cable News

By Thora Siemsen

Jacolby Satterwhite, known for his virtual-reality installations and 3-D-printed sculptures, discusses a pair of new shows — and his daily routine.

Discussing Blackness on Reddit? Photograph Your Forearm First

By Amy Harmon

Moderators of an online forum called Black People Twitter have caused an uproar by requiring participants to submit a photograph proving they are not white.

Trump defends decision to withdraw troops from Syria amid GOP criticism

By Andrew O'Reilly

President Trump vigorously defended on Monday his decision to withdraw United States troops from northern Syria ahead of a planned invasion of the region by Turkey, even as his Republican allies in both the Senate and House vehemently criticized the move.

House Dems subpoena Pentagon, White House budget office in impeachment inquiry

By Andrew O'Reilly

The chairmen of three powerful House committees on Monday issued subpoenas to the Pentagon and the White House Office of Management and Budget for documents relating to President Trump’s July phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in the latest escalation of Democrats' impeachment inquiry.

What It’s Like to See β€˜Slave Play’ as a Black Person

By Aisha Harris

Experiencing Jeremy O. Harris’s provocative Broadway debut feels fraught, but invigorating.

Episode 5: The Land of Our Fathers, Part 1

More than a century and a half after the promise of 40 acres and a mule, the story of black land ownership in America remains one of loss and dispossession.

Trump blasts Bidens as β€˜stone-cold crooked’ in explosive press conference

By Alex Pappas

President Trump vehemently defended his conversations with the president of Ukraine amid the impeachment inquiry against him and tried to turn the tables on former Vice President Joe Biden, Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff and the media during a contentious White House press conference Wednesday where he claimed to be the victim of a great "hoax."

Homeland Security Dept. Affirms Threat of White Supremacy After Years of Prodding

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

While President Trump has expressed skepticism about violent white nationalism in the past, his Department of Homeland Security is now highlighting the issue.

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