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London Evacuates More Than 800 Households Due to Safety Concerns

More than 800 London households are being evacuated from the city’s publicly owned apartment towers after failing independent safety tests. The tests come more than a week a...

The Atlantic
Hear Metro Boomin's 'No Complaints' With Drake, Migos' Offset

Producer Metro Boomin teams with his What a Time to Be Alive collaborator Drake and Migos' Offset on a new track titled "No Complaints.&a...

Rolling Stone
Judges Declares Second Mistrial in DuBose Shooting Case

The trial of Ray Tensing, a white University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man during a traffic stop in July 2015, resulted in a hung jury on...

The Atlantic
It Took Two to Make Russian Meddling Effective

If there is one thing The Washington Post’s story on the Obama administration’s anemic response to Russian meddling in the 2016 election makes clear, it’s that it took t...

The Atlantic
Anthony Fauci on Americans' Overblown Fear of Pandemics

Recalling the Ebola outbreak of 2014, Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, lamented the attention lavished on the four p...

The Atlantic
Miley Cyrus on New Image, Music: 'I Feel Like I Have Respect'

Miley Cyrus isn't big on labels that limit her ways of being. In a recent interview with ITV program Lorraine's host Ross King, the former Di...

Rolling Stone
Four Separate Attacks Kill At Least 44 in Pakistan

Pakistan was hit by four attacks on Friday across three of the nation’s major cities, local officials reported. Three of the attacks were bombings, while the fourth was a sh...

The Atlantic
The Atlantic Daily: Presidential Legitimacy and Preexisting Conditions

What We’re FollowingTrump’s Troubles:  Last year, the CIA told then-President Obama that Putin had asked his intelligence agencies to intervene in Trump’s favor in the...

The Atlantic
Parliament rises for the summer: Maclean’s on the Hill

Also on this week's podcast: Why Canadian troops are in Latvia, and what's wrong with a new building for Indigenous people The post Parliament rises...

MacLean's
GOP Senator Dean Heller Won’t Support Senate Healthcare Bill

The recently unveiled Senate healthcare bill is running into the kind of opposition that could imperil its passage—and that opposition is coming from Republican senators.Dea...

The Atlantic
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Heller High Water

Today in 5 LinesDean Heller became the fifth Republican senator to oppose Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's health-care bill. President Trump signed a bill...

The Atlantic
The Whispered Warnings of Radiohead’s “OK Computer” Have Come True

Amanda Petrusich revisits Radiohead’s album “OK Computer” on its twentieth anniversary, and discusses the band’s reissue, “OKNOTOK.”...

The New Yorker
Letter to the editor: ‘Brad Wall deserves better’

Saskatchewan's finance minister Kevin Doherty responds to a Maclean's column about 'Saskatchewan's Brad Wall problem&am...

MacLean's
The Risk of Rushing Through Legislation

After weeks of secret drafting and backroom negotiations, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled Senate Republicans’ health-care bill on Thursday to a cold reception. If i...

The Atlantic
The Atlantic's Week in Culture

Don’t MissThe Big Sick Is the Best Romantic Comedy in Years—David Sims delights in Kumail Nanjiani’s warm, big-hearted summer film.Warner Bros.FilmHow Batman &am...

The Atlantic
After Travis Kalanick’s Resignation, Will Uber Really Change?

Anna Wiener discusses the resignation of Travis Kalanick, the brash C.E.O. and co-founder of Uber, and what’s next for the company...

The New Yorker
Marcus 'Dyrus' Hill: How an Apprentice Plumber Became a Pro Gaming Legend

"When I started out, I just played for fun," says Marcus "Dyrus" Hill, a professional game...

Rolling Stone
Trump's Interests vs. America's, New Delhi Edition

President Donald Trump’s international real-estate empire continues to grow. According to The Washington Post, two new Trump-branded buildings—one residential development...

The Atlantic
Gizmondo's Spectacular Crack-Up

One of the most valuable cars in the world crashes going 200 mph on the Pacific Coast Highway. Its owner claims to be an anti-terrorism officer. In fact, he’s a former execu...

Longform
Q of the Week: Should Congress Take Their Summer Recess?

Since early June, Representative Mark Meadows, the chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, has been calling for Congress to cancel its summer recess in order to pass a few key i...

The Atlantic
“The Beguiled”: Sofia Coppola’s Dubiously Abstract Vision of the Civil

Richard Brody reviews Sofia Coppola’s new Civil War film, “The Beguiled,” starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Colin Farrell...

The New Yorker
Latest Russian Hacking Bombshell: Damning Revelations About GOP, Trump

It wasn't just Donald Trump who dismissed and rejected charges that Russian spies hacked the election last year. Now we know that pretty much the entire Repub...

Rolling Stone
Phil Lesh: Grateful Dead 'Didn't Deliver' at First Monterey Pop

The Grateful Dead's impact – on psych rock, on live recording techniques, on the meaning of a fan-based subculture – can...

Rolling Stone
Episode 88: Ai Weiwei, and Doing Business with China

On Radio Hour with David Remnick and Evan Osnos, Ai Weiwei reflects on censorship, a congressman talks about trade with China, and Chinese students explain the country’s Iva...

The New Yorker
Bill Cosby’s phony, sex-assault awareness roadshow

Cosby's handlers are spreading the bogus idea that women regularly level false accusations. But save your outrage, advises Anne Kingston, because the whole thing...

MacLean's
Bill Cosby Juror: Retrial Would Be 'Waste of Money'

A second anonymous juror is speaking out about the circumstances that led an Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, jury to reach a deadlock over Bill Cosby's headli...

Rolling Stone
The Dubious Counting at the Center of the G.O.P.’s Health-Care Reform

John Cassidy analyzes Mitch McConnell and the Republicans’ new health-care bill, which would cut Medicaid to deliver tax cuts to wealthy households...

The New Yorker
How long-range snipers do their job

After a record-setting shot by a Canadian sniper in Iraq, we look at the physics and intuition of extreme, long-range shooting The post How long-range snipers do their job app...

MacLean's
Culture Index: George Orwell on Stage, Daniel Day-Lewis Binge Fest, 'The Big Sick'

Summer is officially here. Sure, you want to soak it up and enjoy the fact that it's not winter or fall (we're cool with spring). But do you...

Rolling Stone
Does PrEP, an HIV-preventing drug, make sense for gay men?

PrEP is being sold as a way to give gay men peace of mind—but it may not be as risk-free or socially responsible as it seems The post Does PrEP, an HIV-preventing drug, make...

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What weak inflation means for Canadian consumers

Econ-o-metric: Inflation isn't an issue for most of us, so the Bank of Canada won't rush to raise interest rates The post What weak inflation means f...

MacLean's
What Happens When a Presidency Loses Its Legitimacy?

Day by day, revelation after revelation, the legitimacy of the Trump presidency is seeping away. The question of what to do about this loss is becoming ever more urgent and fr...

The Atlantic
A Virginia Town Responds to a Murder, Hate Crime or Not

Jonathan Blitzer reports from Reston, Virginia, on the aftermath of the murder of the teen-ager Nabra Hassanen, who was killed near her mosque, last week...

The New Yorker
Poem of the Week: ‘The Cellist’ by Galway Kinnell

The late Pulitzer Prize- and National Book Award-winning poet Galway Kinnell excelled at creating immersive moments. The stanzas and scenes of his plain-spoken verse are grou...

The Atlantic
Nature Therapy Is a Privilege

I am in the mountains and they are healing me. It is like the miracle pool at Lourdes except it’s not a miracle and we’re not at Lourdes. We’re at Maroon Bells, which de...

The Atlantic
The Skateboarding Legend Brian Anderson Comes Out

Nathan Fitch skateboards with the professional skater Brian Anderson, who came out of the closet in a video for Vice Sports...

The New Yorker
Nicki Bluhm on Playing Monterey Pop, Losing Fans Over Travel Ban Protest Song

Nicki Bluhm has excellent cowboy boots and a down-home friendliness about her, so you could be forgiven for assuming she's a southerner. That is, until the al...

Rolling Stone
Flashback: David Bowie's Failed Attempt to Adapt George Orwell's '1984'

George Orwell's dystopian novel 1984 worked its way into countless high school lit syllabi since it was released in 1949, outlining a brave new world ruled by...

Rolling Stone
What we can learn from the social problems behind the Grenfell Tower fire

The Grenfell Tower fire shows that the silencing of social-housing residents on decisions that affect their daily lives can have deadly consequences The post What we can learn...

MacLean's
The Music of Darius Milhaud

Russell Platt on the composer Darius Milhaud, including his classic recording with the Boston Symphony Orchestra of “La Création du Monde”...

The New Yorker
Photos of the Week: 6/17–6/23

A heatwave in Europe, Ramadan in Syria, floating solar farms in China, the 35th America’s Cup in Bermuda,  the Royal Highland Show in Scotland, protests in Washington, DC,...

The Atlantic
The Saudi-Led Bloc's List of Demands to End Qatar Crisis

Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries have presented Qatar with a list of demands to meet before they will end a now three-week long blockade against the country. An English v...

The Atlantic
Why Do Democrats Keep Losing in 2017?

Kansas. Montana. Georgia. South Carolina. A string of special election defeats in each state, and with each one, a missed opportunity to take over a Republican House seat, has...

The Atlantic
Black Sabbath Drummer Bill Ward Selling Vintage, Studio-Used Gear

Former Black Sabbath drummer and co-founder Bill Ward is selling over 200 pieces of studio- and stage-used gear. The Official Bill Ward Reverb Shop, openingThis article origin...

Rolling Stone
Why Donovan Bailey’s 1996 gold is an iconic moment in sports

Understanding the sprinter's record-setting victory as Canada's top athletic achievement The post Why Donovan Bailey’s 1996 gold is an iconic momen...

MacLean's
Why Are Humans Awkward?

Why are some people more prone to uncomfortable moments than others? This video explores why certain humans avoid eye contact and have trouble picking up on social cues. For f...

The Atlantic
Daily Cartoon: Friday, June 23rd

In David Sipress’s Daily Cartoon, a patient gets some underwhelming news from his doctor...

The New Yorker
Review: Post-Punkers Algiers Find New Way to Mangle the Blues

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Post-Punkers Algiers Find New Way to Mangle the Blues...

Rolling Stone
The EPA Quietly Approved Monsanto's New Genetic-Engineering Technology

DvSnf7 dsRNA is an usual insecticide. You don’t spray it on crops. Instead, you encode instructions for manufacturing it in the DNA of the crop itself. If a pesky western co...

The Atlantic
Bono on How U2 Began Inside Larry Mullen Jr.'s Kitchen, 1976

In October of 2005, Bono was down in Cancun, Mexico relaxing before U2 kicked off the second leg of their Vertigo Tour when he sat down with Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner...

Rolling Stone
10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors' Picks

Prince & the Revolution, Purple RainThe first major release of material from the late auteur's vault expands upon the stellar soundtrack from...

Rolling Stone
Review: Vince Staples Embraces the Electronic Avant-Garde on 'Big Fish Theory'

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Vince Staples Embraces the Electronic Avant-Garde on 'Big Fish Theory'...

Rolling Stone
Vince Staples, Enemy of Groupthink

Somewhere in America last year, a woman took to YouTube to complain about a song that she’d heard on the radio while dropping her daughter off at school. Tears in her eyes a...

The Atlantic
How the Senate's Health-Care Bill Would Cause Financial Ruin for People With Preexisting Conditions

If there was one goal Senate Republicans had set out to achieve in developing their health bill to show they were less “mean” than their colleagues in the House, it was to...

The Atlantic
How the Senate's Healthcare Bill Would Cause Financial Ruin for People With Pre-Existing Conditions

If there was one goal Senate Republicans had set out to achieve in developing their health bill to show they were less “mean” than their colleagues in the House, it was to...

The Atlantic
Russia’s Cyberwar Lab and Haiti’s Portable Pharmacies: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing

How an Entire Nation Became Russia’s Test Lab for Cyberwar Andy Greenberg | WIRED“Yushchenko, who ended up serving as Ukraine’s president from 2005 to 2010, believes tha...

The Atlantic
Review: Imagine Dragons Meet Swedish Pop Gurus, Self-Flagellation Ensues

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Imagine Dragons Meet Swedish Pop Gurus, Self-Flagellation Ensues...

Rolling Stone
Why Disability Rights Activists Stormed Mitch McConnell's Office

As Senate Republicans rolled out the Better Care Reconciliation Act, their health care reform proposal, on Thursday, the halls outside the office of Senate Majority Leader Mit...

Rolling Stone
The Peril and Promise of Peanut Butter

Despite their diminutive scale, peanuts play an outsized role in American culture. Peanut butter has long been a mainstay of the American lunch box, with its sticky, slightly...

The Atlantic
Liam Gallagher Announces New LP 'As You Were,' First Solo U.S. Tour

Liam Gallagher will release his new album As You Were, the former Oasis singer's first solo LP, this October, with a North American tour to follow in November...

Rolling Stone
What we can learn from the Canadiana we buy and hawk online

We asked eBay to crunch the numbers on some of the ultra-Canadian goods people have bought and sold on the site over the years The post What we can learn from the Canadiana we...

MacLean's
The ultra-Canadian goods that people buy and hawk online

We asked eBay to crunch the numbers on some of the ultra-Canadian goods people have bought and sold on the site over the years The post The ultra-Canadian goods that people bu...

MacLean's
Roxane Gay on Acceptance

In Roxane Gay’s new memoir Hunger, the writer details her relationship with her body over her life. In this short interview, Gay critiques socially constructed beauty norms...

The Atlantic
How NATO is getting serious about Russia

Battle-hardened troops are massing in Eastern Europe with a clear mission: Sending a message to Putin The post How NATO is getting serious about Russia appeared first on Macle...

MacLean's
Halsey on Collaborator Quavo: 'I Don't Think He's Inherently Homophobic'

Electro-pop singer Halsey labeled Migos rapper This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Halsey on Collaborator Quavo: 'I Don&...

Rolling Stone
Bellator: Number Two MMA Promotion Eyes UFC's Top Spot

As the sport of MMA continues to blossom, the presence of Bellator in the market is growing stronger. Founded in 2008, the world's second most prominent organ...

Rolling Stone
The Mars Robot Making Decisions on Its Own

In 2012, the Curiosity rover began its slow trek across the surface of Mars, listening for commands from Earth about where to go, what to photograph, which rocks to inspect. T...

The Atlantic
GLOW Is a Total Delight

In the third episode of GLOW, a new 10-part series debuting on Netflix Friday, a male producer and a male director brainstorm possible characters for their women’s wrestling...

The Atlantic
Supreme Court Case Could Have Huge Impact on Who Wins Future Elections

What do you think is the most important issue in American politics today? Criminal justice reform? Health care? Global climate change? Immigration? Gay rights? Economic justic...

Rolling Stone
Kumail Nanjiani on 'The Big Sick,' Twitter and Surviving Our Political Moment

Most romantic comedies are selling a fantasy: flowers, Champagne, weddings that cost more than the budget of your average indie film. But The Big Sick, a rom-com that takes a...

Rolling Stone
Watch Vince Staples Wander Desert in 'Rain Come Down' Video

Vince Staples has dropped his new video for "Rain Come Down," a Ty Dolla $ign collaboration off the rapper's just-released n...

Rolling Stone
B.C. woman can file suit against Facebook in Canada, says Supreme Court

Deborah Douez wants to file a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, but the company had argued she would have to pursue the case in California The post B.C. woman can file su...

MacLean's
The Last Word: Sammy Hagar on James Brown, Trump, His Ideal Van Halen Reunion

Shortly before hitting the road for his most extensive tour in recent memory, Sammy Hagar phoned up Rolling Stone to share the wisdom he's le...

Rolling Stone
Obama’s Secret Struggle to Punish Russia for Putin’s Election Assault

“I feel like we sort of choked.”...

Longform
Johnny Depp: 'When Was the Last Time an Actor Assassinated a President?'

Johnny Depp sparked outrage after his bizarre remarks at Thursday's Glastonbury Arts Festival, during which he pondered the assassination of...

Rolling Stone
What Mormon Family Trees Tell Us About Cancer

Nobody knew it then, but the gene came to Utah by wagon with the Hinman family. Lyman Hinman found the Mormon faith in 1840. Amid a surge of religious fervor, he persuaded his...

The Atlantic
Using Mormon Family Trees to Uncover a Hidden Killer

Nobody knew it then, but the gene came to Utah by wagon with the Hinman family. Lyman Hinman found the Mormon faith in 1840. Amid a surge of religious fervor, he persuaded his...

The Atlantic
Judas Priest's Rob Halford: My 10 Favorite Metal Albums

It's impossible to overstate Judas Priest's importance to the evolution of metal. The band formed about a year after Black Sabbath and by the...

Rolling Stone
See Metallica's Lars Ulrich Talk Rolling Stone's Metal List

Lars Ulrich will celebrate Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time list this weekend on his Apple Music This article originally...

Rolling Stone
Job Opening: Wedding Planner/Housing Administrator

Jennifer Gonnerman writes about the dubious credentials of Lynne Patton, Eric Trump’s wedding planner and a family friend, for a position at the Department of Housing and Ur...

The New Yorker
Will Years of Losing Make the Philadelphia 76ers Winners?

With the first pick in Thursday night’s NBA draft, the Philadelphia 76ers took Markelle Fultz, the sure-thing guard from the University of Washington. The high selection con...

The Atlantic
Meet the great-great-great-great-granddaughters of Confederation

From a teen with a Céline Dion connection to a skiing daredevil, Meagan Campbell meets the descendants of Canada's founders The post Meet the great-great-great-g...

MacLean's
Presidential Searches and Cyber Hacks: This Week's Top 7 Education Stories

How Accusing a Powerful Man of Rape Drove a College Student to SuicideKatie J.M. Baker | BuzzfeedNo one was there to help Megan [Rondini] ... one night in July 2015, except fo...

The Atlantic
Hear Drake's Simmering New Song 'Signs'

Drake unveiled his new song "Signs" as part of Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2018 collection runway show at Paris Fashion We...

Rolling Stone
Trump admits: There are no Comey tapes

Trump says he 'did not make, and do not have, any such recordings', goes on Fox News to explain motivation of initial tweets The post Trump admits: T...

MacLean's
The Beguiled Is a Steamy but Restrained Thriller

The world of Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled, as with so many of her films, is gorgeous but stifling. Martha Farnsworth’s Seminary for Young Ladies, a boarding school in rura...

The Atlantic
Is ISIS Conceding Defeat?

Robin Wright on the terrorist group ISIS’s destruction of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri, in Mosul, which might be a sign that their end is near...

The New Yorker
Wildfires May Be More Toxic Than Scientists Thought

It was a hot Monday in August 2013, just before dawn. A team of scientists stood on the tarmac in Houston. They had the keys to an unusual aircraft: a NASA-owned DC-8 jumbo je...

The Atlantic
Headspace Special Meditation Session: Your Payment Was Declined

Keaton Patti imagines a customized episode of the guided-meditation app Headspace, directed at a customer who has not paid his bill...

The New Yorker
Wisconsin Republicans Consider Cracking Down on Campus Protests

The national controversy surrounding attempts to shut down controversial speakers on college campuses entered a new phase this week, with the Senate Judiciary Committee holdin...

The Atlantic
Jane Jacobs, Georgia O’Keeffe, and the Power of the Marimekko Dress

Alexandra Lange on how Marimekko dresses and their freeing designs were styled for modern working women...

The New Yorker
Arab states issue list of demands to Qatar

The 13-point list includes demand to end Turkey's military presence in Qatar – a demand Turkey has already rejected The post Arab states issue list of demands t...

MacLean's
The Canada150 Quiz Countdown trivia test: Day 143!

In 2001, who became the first former prime minister to march in a Pride parade in Canada? This and more in our daily trivia quiz about Canada! The post The Canada150 Quiz Coun...

MacLean's
Meet the Megadonor Behind the LGBTQ Rights Movement

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Meet the Megadonor Behind the LGBTQ Rights Movement...

Rolling Stone
Gary Panter’s “Songy of Paradise”

Françoise Mouly interviews the cartoonist Gary Panter about his process for “Songy of Paradise,” a comic focussed on John Milton’s criticisms of the Bible...

The New Yorker
The Glitzy Verve of “GLOW” and “Claws”

Two funky female-ensemble shows, on Netflix and TNT...

The New Yorker
The Grill: The New Guard of the Four Seasons

Even nostalgists can agree that Mario Carbone’s iteration has institutional potential...

The New Yorker
Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges’s Modern Western

“Thunderbolt and Lightfoot” is a proto-bromance that becomes a crime story halfway through...

The New Yorker
At Coup, Drinking Is Dissent

All profits at this bustling Astor Place bar support institutions threatened by the Trump Administration...

The New Yorker
Satirizing New York’s Lefty Bourgeoisie

Tech bros, Facebook over-sharers, proud parents of the gender-fluid: all feature in Unitard’s new sketch show, “Tard Core—There Are No Safe Words.”...

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