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How to Get Trump Elected When He’s Wrecking Everything You Built

Reince Priebus was about to go down as the most successful GOP chairman in party history. Then Trump happened.

Thursday, May 26

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How John Hinckley Lives Now

He drives a Toyota. He eats fro-yo. He takes care of two dozen feral cats.

Tuesday, May 24

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The Slideshow That Saved the World

An oral history of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth.

Saturday, May 21

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Trump's People

The hard luck stories of Trump fans in Florida, New Hampshire, and Iowa, including that of a man who legally changed his name to Donald Trump Jr.

Friday, May 20

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Conservatives Anonymous

Inside Friends of Abe, one of Hollywood’s most influential (and most discreet) political organizations.

Thursday, May 19

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Bill Clinton's Big Moment

He is 69. He is no longer a virtuoso politician. He has been marginalized within his wife’s campaign. Nobody knows what what his role will be if she wins, but everyone agrees that he’s desperate to find out.

Sunday, May 15

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The Patriot and the Correspondent

A pro-Ukraine activist goes silent in separatist-held Donetsk. A foreign correspondent goes looking for him.

Thursday, May 12

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David Gergen, Master of the Game

A profile of the man who helped invent the modern art of presidential spin and came to embody the blurry line between journalist and government official.

Saturday, May 7

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Front Runner

On the rise of Marine Le Pen, France’s right-wing presidential candidate.

Friday, May 6

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The Aspiring Novelist Who Became Obama’s Foreign-Policy Guru

In the basement of the White House, in an office with no windows, an MFA grad named Ben Rhodes is telling the story of America’s foreign policy.

Thursday, May 5

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If You Don't Think Paul Manafort Can Get Trump Elected, You Don't Know Paul Manafort

Trump’s key adviser is a lobbyist known for reinventing tyrants.

Friday, April 29

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Fear This Man

David Vincenzetti says his company, which sells spyware to world’s law enforcement and intelligence agencies, is helping to thwart terrorism. Others say it’s a danger to citizens, dissidents, and journalists alike.