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A Case of the Venetian Jitters

The spooky story of Ca’ Dario, the city’s cursed—and much whispered about—palazzo

The Man in the Lineup: Part IV

Anthony Broadwater spent 16 years in jail for a rape he didn’t commit. Nearly 40 years later comes a precisely calculated payback

Kamikaze in Cashmere

She won the case. The mystery is why Gwyneth Paltrow went to court over $300,000. That’s less than the cost of 500 Goop vaginal jade eggs

Boujis 2.0

After closing, in 2016, the London nightclub dubbed “Studio 54 for aristocrats and It girls” is back

City of Sheds

How more than 300 miles of scaffolding ate New York City

The Attention-Whore Index

You can’t keep a good blowhard down. Some old familiars are back competing for your attention, but which one is worthy of your vote? You decide!

London’s Top Dog

The goldendoodle moment has passed. Now it’s all about the chocolate dapple dachshund

The Beef That Broke the Internet

How the flames of a tiny feud between Justin Bieber’s ex, Selena Gomez, and his wife, Hailey Bieber, were fanned to absurd proportions

The View from Paris

There is a reason why Emmanuel Macron is so intent on raising France’s retirement age, and it’s not only about budget deficits

Animal Magic

How a baby African elephant, orphaned at just three days old, found refuge in the companionship of older elephants with similar backgrounds

The Many Suits of Pervez Musharraf

As Pakistan teeters on the brink of a coup, many look back fondly to the rule of the country’s late dictator.

Boris on Trial

The former British prime minister is desperately trying to convince his fellow M.P.’s he didn’t lie to them. How will the master of mendacity wriggle out of this one?

With All Due Respect …

Unfortunately, yes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have forgotten their manners

The Little Paper That Knew

A tiny local newspaper on Long Island’s North Shore was the first to warn us about George Santos. He still can’t forgive them for it

The View from Here

Putin’s work-around for sanctions

It’s RH’s World

Restoration Hardware, the high-end housewares company that recently rebranded as RH, is on a mission to colonize luxury cities. In Aspen, residents are drawing the line

Law and Disorder

As the International Criminal Court charges Vladimir Putin for war crimes, will justice finally be served?

The Attention-Whore Index

A bankrupt Swiss bank? A perp-walking ex-president? Sometimes the world seems topsy-turvy, but, thankfully, the royals are bickering as usual. Vote now on this week’s biggest attention suck! Plus: global news you might have missed

The View from Here

Social-justice activists say impact—not intent—is all that matters. They’re wrong

Treasured Island

Long overlooked for its flashier neighbors, the Caribbean islands of Turks and Caicos are having a real-estate renaissance

Splitting Hairs

Inside the messy legal battle that’s temporarily shuttered Paul Molé, the Upper East Side barbershop where everyone from Henry Fonda to John F. Kennedy Jr. went for haircuts

Art-World Confidential

He was one of New York’s most active art dealers—until he got busted for wire fraud. Now Ezra Chowaiki reveals the underhanded tricks of the trade, and how to survive in a prison filled with V.I.P.’s

Skeletons in the Closet

The exposure of neo-Nazi elements in German law enforcement is a shock—but not a surprise, to those who have been paying attention

Politics by Other Means

Is David Sirota—whose two-year-old news site, the Lever, has been ahead of the media pack on several recent stories—a journalist or an activist? The answer is yes