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40 books in 32 years, most of them bestsellers: How does he do it? Interview with John Grisham in his office in Charlottesville. magazin.spiegel.de/SP/2020/11/169840077/index.html
What does a national dish tell you about a country and its people? (3): How the donut defined American breakfast habits.
When the zombies leave your town: After Georgia passed a harsh new anti-abortion bill, Atlanta’s film industry is feeling the repercussions.
Soldier, junkie, bank robber, inmate, novelist: How Nico Walker’s wrote his much-lauded first novel “Cherry” behind prison bars.
“When They See Us”: The true story of the so-called Central Park Five, who were wrongfully convicted of a crime they never committed, retold for TV by Ava DuVernay.
What does a national dish tell you about a country and its people? (2): Chili con carne, Mexico, immigrants, and Texas’ fight for independence.
Boy erased, indeed: Conversion therapy for LGBTQ people is still a common thing in America. Two men tell their stories.
What does a national dish tell you about a country and its people? (1): How Chicago’s migrant population created an American classic.
From voting for Democrats to being Trump’s “most loyal supporters”: Who are Diamond and Silk? An evening with the fast-talking sisters.
“This whole thing is a big, fat hoax!”: Why Seymour Hersh, one of America’s most famous investigative reporters, remains a Russia-skeptic.
“Who is America?,” Sacha Baron Cohen asks in his new TV show –– but fails to answer it.
They call him “the Russian tank on ice”: Who is Alexander Ovechkin, one the best hockey players in the NHL, and Putin’s favourite ambassador to the US?
Every gesture a power move: The meeting between Kim and Trump will be as much about policy as it will be about images. How important is protocol for such an unprecedented summit? And how do you establish it in the first place? An interview with the former Chiefs of Protocol for President Bush and President Obama.
If anyone knows how to negotiate with North Korea it’s Christopher Hill. The former diplomat was Ambassador to South Korea and led the US delegation at the Six-Party talks from 2005-09. What advice does he have for President Trump when he will be meeting with Kim Jong-un in Singapore?
Trump’s flamethrower: Who is the young, ultraconservative speech writer working with the president-elect on his inauguration speech?
How is the media preparing for the anti-media president?
Going back to normal after the terrorist attack at the Christmas market in Berlin
“Trump wants to be admired by the New York Times” – Margaret Sullivan on Trump’s relationship with the media
“I’ll keep fighting” – Bernie Sanders dissects the election and why Trump beat Clinton
On the road with a Republican campaign manager in North Carolina during election day
The last day before the election – bowing out in Raleigh, NC
Watching the second TV debate with Bernie Sanders’ die-hards
How are Trump supporters reacting to Donald Trump’s sexual braggadocio? An evening at the Trump Hotel in D.C.
Visiting Queens, Donald Trump’s old neighbourhood during the first TV debate
“Don’t Breathe” and the genius of horror films in 2016
How Donald Trump became “The Donald”