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Zach Helfand writes that Josh Rosen, the former U.C.L.A. quarterback and a top N.F.L. prospect, is facing anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry as he tries to become the first star Jewish N.F.L. quarterback in decades.
Katelyn Beaty on a gathering of evangelical pastors and leaders last week at the Billy Graham Center, at Wheaton College in Illinois, to discuss the future of the evangelical movement and its association with Donald Trump.
David Remnick speaks with Ronan Farrow about his new book, ”War on Peace,” reporting the Harvey Weinstein story, and his unusual path to journalism.
Justin McGuirk writes on the urbanist Richard Sennett’s new book, “Building and Dwelling: Ethics for the City,” which holds that “encounters with resistance” are crucial to learning any craft, even the craft of dwelling.
Peter Kuper’s Daily Cartoon depicts the President’s Just-Us System.
John Cassidy writes about Mick Mulvaney and Donald Trump’s craven encouragement and embrace of Wall Street donations.
Jonny Auping imagines a satirical list of characters to appear in the forthcoming “Avengers: Infinity War.”
Katy Waldman on Lorrie Moore’s new collection of essays, “See What Can Be Done.”
David Bezmozgis writes that the police response to the attack in Toronto on Monday, which killed ten and injured fourteen more, was remarkable in the way it ended: with restraint on the part of the police.
Amy Davidson Sorkin the Supreme Court oral arguments in Trump v. Hawaii et al., concerning Trump’s executive order banning travel from certain Muslim-majority countries.
Adam Gopnik writes about Emmanuel Macron’s summit with Donald Trump and how the French President may be trying to influence Trump on Iran and climate change.
Alan Burdick discusses the results of a new study in the journal Science Advances, which suggests that early human ancestors, between ten thousand and fifteen thousand years ago, hunted giant ground sloths and may have contributed to their extinction.
Brendan Loper’s Daily Cartoon isn’t serving subpoenas tonight.
Ali Fitzgerald’s illustrations humorously imagine a women’s-studies course in seventeenth-century Salem, Massachusetts.
Andy Borowitz jokes that American TV viewers are startled to hear a President with a firm command of the English language.
John Cassidy writes about Donald Trump’s embattled nomination of Ronny Jackson as the next Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Kimberly Harrington writes humorously about the career and family pressures women face in an excerpt from her book “Amateur Hour: Motherhood in Essays and Swear Words.”
Robin Wright on Donald Trump’s meeting with the French President, Emmanuel Macron, after which he was almost conciliatory. He hinted that the United States and its European allies could have “an agreement among ourselves very quickly” on an Iran compromise.
Charles Bethea talks to the residents of an apartment complex in Perry, Georgia, which has been revealed to be one of many properties owned by the Fox News personality Sean Hannity.
Jeffrey Toobin on the Democratic National Committee’s lawsuit concerning Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.