High Life

Salzburg, Austria

To the Future, and the Past

SCHLOSS WOLFSEGG—I was watching two very old men slowly approaching the open doors of th...

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Rose McGowan

Rose’s Tinted Glasses

I write this on my last day in the Bagel, and it sure is a scorcher. Heat and humidity so ...

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East Hampton, NY

Summers in the Hamptons

The feeling of summertime abandonment is here—the Hamptons are overflowing with mouth-fr...

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Ben Bradlee

J.F.K.s Pimp

NEW YORK, N.Y.—This week fifty years ago saw the assassination of Robert Kennedy, a man ...

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German Military Cemetery, Normandy

What Price Normandy?

Back in New York and digesting the five glorious days I spent in Normandy. What was the fi...

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Pegasus Bridge, Normandy

Café Dispatches

PEGASUS BRIDGE, NORMANDY—We’re taking morning coffee at the Gondree Café (skirting ...

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Omaha Beach, Normandy

No Day at the Beach

OMAHA BEACH, NORMANDY—I am standing in a German cement bunker, having walked through a l...

Politics

Jared Kushner

The Legend of the White Elephant

Talk about high life, this is not. I smelled a rat long ago. Then the scent got weaker and...

Politics

Two Nations, Under The Donald

NEW YORK—“What Do We Do With These Men?” thunders a New York Times front-page headli...

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Madeleine Albright

Return of the Blackshirts

Benito lives! The Blackshirts are here. Fascism is on the march—at least according to Ma...

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Dealing With Cox

NEW YORK—Remember when the Internet, Twitter, Facebook, and other such useless gimmicks ...

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Circe and her Lovers

Poor Little Greek Girl?

As anyone who has ever tripped the light fantastic with a witch knows, Circe was not only ...

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Stormy Daniles

A Woman’s World

NEW YORK—If Albanian television had shown the program CBS showed last week—with a woma...

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Prince Charles

Bower’s Hatchets

At dinner the other night a friend wondered what came first, social climbing or name-dropp...