The gravedigger of Bucha provides evidence of Russian atrocities.
Jeff Zients will make for a very different—and less familiar—chief of staff than his predecessor.
Biden Rest Stops as far as the eye can see
Are the oldsters who refuse to retire hoarding power or just better at wielding it?
As 2022 comes to a close, I feel something unfamiliar, something I can’t entirely trust: optimism.
Like any great artist, the aging soccer phenom showed a youth-obsessed world the potential glory of a late-style triumph.
The journalist died on Friday in Qatar at age 49.
In Saturday’s World Cup–eliminating defeat, the U.S. men’s team revealed its shortcomings against the old-world sophistication of the Netherlands.
This World Cup could pose the gravest threat yet to the Islamic regime.
Sometimes progress is measured in ties.
The secretary of state discusses his lifelong love of soccer and humanitarian concerns about this year’s World Cup.
Staff writers Franklin Foer and Clint Smith talk about which teams they’re rooting for in the 2022 World Cup, and give a lesson about one of the most storied teams in soccer.
The 2022 Qatar World Cup may be the tournament’s most detestable yet. I’ll be watching anyway.
He intuited that voters would rise above their economic self-interest to prevent election deniers from seizing power.
Consolidation in book publishing is a trivial issue compared with the dominance of the Everything Store.
Why a beloved Russian pianist is living in the Bronx with only a Yamaha electric keyboard
Merrick Garland hasn’t tipped his hand, but it’s clear to me that he will bring charges against the former president.
The Ukrainian journalist Sergii Leshchenko has a nose for a story and a knack for being in the right place at the right time. I wanted to see the war through his eyes.
It isn’t pretty.
On the meaning of “We are still here.”