The Battle After Roe v. Wade

Listen and subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Google | Wherever You ListenSign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the best New Yorker podcasts.The leaked opinion from the Supreme Court on the Mississippi abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization seems to promise a transformation. Assuming the final opinion by Justice Samuel Alito gets…

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The leaked opinion from the Supreme Court on the Mississippi abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization seems to promise a transformation. Assuming the final opinion by Justice Samuel Alito gets majority support, there will be profound social, political, and health-care implications across the United States—not only in the states that will immediately ban abortion. David Remnick speaks with three New Yorker writers who have been considering the future of abortion access: Margaret Talbot, Peter Slevin, and Jia Tolentino. Plus, Michael Schulman talks with the comedian Meg Stalter of HBO’s hit show “Hacks,” and Helen Rosner pays a visit to the chef Andy Baraghani in Brookhaven, New York.

The Battle After Roe v. Wade

If the Supreme Court nullifies federal reproductive rights, where will conservatives take the fight against abortion? Jia Tolentino, Margaret Talbot, and Peter Slevin weigh in.


The Rise of Megan Stalter

The comedian began posting D.I.Y. videos during the pandemic, and gained an audience of millions. She talks with Michael Schulman about making the jump to television on HBO’s “Hacks.”


In the Kitchen with Andy Baraghani

Helen Rosner joins the noted food writer in his home kitchen for a lesson on cauliflower ragu. Baraghani is out with a new cookbook, titled “The Cook You Want to Be.”


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