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Louis C.K.’s Return to the Stage


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Hilton Als reviews Louis C.K.’s first American tour since the comedian was accused of sexual misconduct, in 2017. What should a performer in C.K.’s position say about his scandal, and can he use his art to redeem our belief in him? Plus, Jelani Cobb discusses the black vote in the 2020 election; and Morris Pearl, the chair of the Patriotic Millionaires, talks with Sheelah Kolhatkar about why he wants to raise his own taxes.


The Black Vote in 2020

Black voters may be key to who wins the Democratic nomination—and the general election. Will any of the white front-runners get the turnout they need?


Louis C.K.’s Return to the Stage

The New Yorker’s Hilton Als reviews the comic’s return after a sexual-misconduct scandal.


Tyler Foggatt Picks Three

A New Yorker staffer picks three things she can’t stop thinking about.


The Patriotic Millionaires Want to Raise Their Own Taxes

A small group of one-per-centers argues that the wealth gap has grown too large, and that it will hurt economic growth. The solution? They want to raise their own taxes.

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