The numbers do still have some use, even if they’re less illuminating than before.
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has exposed his weaknesses to the world.
International conflict, domestic politics, and the pandemic all entered decisive new phases this week. Plus: After you catch up with the news, check out the TV shows our writers are escaping into.
In our new magazine cover story, Mohammed bin Salman gives his first interview with non-Saudi press in two years. Then: Read our latest Russia-Ukraine coverage.
The U.S. is exiting COVID crisis mode. But are we moving in the right direction?
Vladimir Putin has upended the world order almost overnight—just not as he may have expected.
The Ukrainian president is modeling courage from the streets of Kyiv, via self-shot videos.
Gas prices are already high. The Russia-Ukraine crisis threatens to further squeeze the global energy market.
As Vladimir Putin sets a Russian invasion of Ukraine into motion, the West is united in its response.
Rather than anxiously await news alerts, turn your attention to these thoughtful, big-picture views of Ukraine and the conflict.
This year’s Olympic Games are a grim illustration of an indifferent new attitude toward human rights, George Packer argues.
As Russia deploys more military resources near the Ukrainian border, the West’s diplomacy keeps failing.
No matter your taste, and whether you’re observing it alone, with a special someone, or with pals, we’ve got an option for you to curl up with.
As Omicron ebbs, the COVID-cautious are exploring a return to more normal life. Then: Is it possible to actually change your personality? Our writer tried.
Donald Trump’s legacy as POTUS is still coming into focus, but one thing is clear: The GOP’s standards for presidential candidates have dramatically changed.
True satisfaction requires letting go, Arthur C. Brooks writes in our magazine cover story.
That the U.S. has now logged more than 900,000 deaths due to COVID is somehow both unimaginable and unsurprising.
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Coronavirus cases are, once again, dropping in the United States. But the virus isn’t done with us yet.
And scrambling domestic politics too.
America’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan represents a moral failure, George Packer argues.