The Revenge of James Comey

In many different parts of the U.K., Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party exceeded expectations against Theresa May’s Conservatives.
John Cassidy

The Labour Party’s Achievement

BY JOHN CASSIDY

And there came from the land of Britain a prophet, whose name was Jeremy. And he cried aloud in the wilderness, and said, Behold, I bring you hope.
Daily Comment

The Book of Jeremy

BY ANTHONY LANE

James Comey’s testimony today may mark the moment when Donald Trump’s biggest legal risk shifted from his Presidential campaign’s actions to his own.
News Desk

The Revenge of James Comey

BY EVAN OSNOS

Barry Blitt’s “Modern Times”
Cover Story

Barry Blitt’s “Modern Times”

BY FRANÇOISE MOULY

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“MOVE OVER, ROYAL TENENBAUMS . . .

Meet THE MIGHTY FRANKS” —The New York Times

Iranian forces stand guard at the site of a terrorist attack in Tehran, at the parliament building. The rampage marked an ominous escalation of regional tensions.
News Desk

Terror Strikes Tehran

BY ROBIN WRIGHT

Browning describes her novels as “fictocritical,” meaning that each contains, in addition to traditional plot, elements of theory and essayistic analysis.
Persons of Interest

Barbara Browning’s Intimate Exchanges

BY ALICE GREGORY

“Lemonade and Fruit Salad,” McCall’s magazine, circa 1943.
Photo Booth

A Historic Feast of Food Photos

A new collection dating back to the eighteen-forties celebrates a time before food photography succumbed to cliché.

BY SHAUNA LYON

Sister Rosetta Tharpe performing “Blues and Gospel Train,” in 1964.
Page-Turner

The Trouble with a Rock-Writing Canon

BY JACK HAMILTON

PHOTOGRAPH BY REX VIA AP
Daily Shouts

New Tony Award Categories

BY BIZZY COY

Daily Cartoon: Friday, June 9th
Daily Cartoon

Daily Cartoon

BY KIM WARP

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