The rift between a beleaguered prime minister and a grieving novelist mirrors the division confounding Israel.
In This Issue
Jeffrey Goldberg on the divisions confounding Israel; Ta-Nehisi Coates on Bill Cosby's black conservatism; James Fallows reports on the new air taxi business; Joshua Green on Al Franken; Jonathan Rauch on the John McCain and Edmund Burke; Ross Douthat reviews Rick Perlstein's Nixonland; Christopher Hitchens on Cyril Connolly; Michael Hirschorn on politics in the digital age; and much more.
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John McCain hasn’t betrayed conservatism; his party has.
Go-ahead at Gitmo; the People's economist; Caesar renders unto you
Smoke for life; Wal-Mart hits a wall; red-light rewards; Hezbollah's hospitals
By deporting record numbers of Latino criminals, the U.S. may make its gang problem worse.
A steamy solution to global warming
A sweeping new social history portrays Richard Nixon as the president his fratricidal country deserved—and perhaps the best we could have hoped for.
Flann O'Brien, a comic genius who died young, is finally getting his due.
In Cyril Connolly’s classic memoir, the young grow rotten before they are ripe.
A guide to additional releases: the other Freud; Churchill's valets; Charles Baxter's latest; and more
Our correspondent visits Seattle with only the hive mind of the Internet as his guide.
One man’s mission to save abandoned (and glorious) apples by helping people plant for the future
The digital age demands that political candidates be authentic and accessible. But please—hold the carrots.
Marking exes' spots; living in excess