Profiles, storytelling and insightful conversations, hosted by David Remnick.
Twenty years after her breakout on “American Idol,” Kelly Clarkson released an album called “Chemistry” that deals with the long... more
For twenty-some years, Naomi Klein has been a leading thinker on the left. She’s especially known for the idea of... more
About 1.2 million people in the United States experience homelessness in a given year—you could nearly fill the city of... more
At the end of this month, after more than two decades, Netflix is phasing out its DVD-rental business. While that... more
David Grann is a staff writer for The New Yorker and the author of two nonfiction books that topped the... more
Henry Worsley was a husband, father, and an officer of an élite British commando unit; also a tapestry weaver, amateur... more
David Souter is one of the most private, low-profile Justices ever to have served on the Supreme Court. He rarely... more
The Korey Stringer Institute at the University of Connecticut was named after an N.F.L. player who died of exertional heatstroke.... more
Robin Wall Kimmerer is an unlikely literary star. A botanist by training—a specialist in moss—she spent much of her career... more
The New Yorker first published a short story by Tessa Hadley in 2002. Titled “Lost and Found,” it described a... more
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