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The Most Famous Cop in Paris For 15 years, Caroline Proust has been the center of Spiral, the French crime drama that’s a global hit

Bygones and Begones Music for the weary but hopeful, from Billy Preston, Lucinda Williams, Justin Townes Earle, Henry Thomas, and more

Mob Rule A new documentary tracks the rise and fall of Vincenzo Muccioli, a well-intentioned rehab founder turned cult leader, Italian-style

Race Against the Clock The story behind J.F.K.’s 1960 victory is inextricably tied to M.L.K., his imprisonment, and the Kennedy team that helped free him

Can We Erase Trump? On this week’s podcast, sharp-eyed AIR MAIL satirist Barry Blitt on four years of drawing That Guy … and how he might detox

Tintin and the Money Rejected cover artwork by Hergé sells for a record-breaking $3.9 million, but the real drama is still unfolding

Short List Books to read this week, from histories of China and Hitler’s warships to an investigation into U.S. involvement in Afghanistan

January 13, 2021

Whole in One A new documentary attempts to paint the definitive picture of Tiger Woods. But his is a story that’s far from over

January 12, 2021

Point of View Don’t judge a book by its cover—unless that cover is one of hundreds of treasures leaping from the pages of this new collection

At Death’s Door His Russian-doping story, Icarus, won the Oscar for best documentary. In a new film, Bryan Fogel reveals harrowing details of the Khashoggi killing

Transmutations Tracks to change form to, from John Fahey, Volta Jazz, Alice Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, and more

American Hustle The essayist’s latest is a reflection on “the emotions of money,” tracing a finance-fueled history of the U.S. from Thomas Jefferson to his own parents

Aldis Hodge The Invisible Man star is redefining what it means to be Black in Hollywood. His latest role, in Regina King’s directorial debut, is no exception

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