Why Bernie Sanders is no Jeremy Corbyn
Don’t let his butt-dials distract from his cunning.
The surreal story of how a comedian who played the Ukrainian president on TV became the president in real life—then found himself at the center of an American political scandal
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My dad loved the Senators. He thought the Nationals would never win.
What the Amazon founder and CEO wants for his empire and himself, and what that means for the rest of us.
The president is following the template employed by other autocrats to destroy their rivals.
In the call with the Ukrainian president, he bears down on his target’s weaknesses and doesn’t relent.
Ever since the earliest years of this century, Ukraine has been the contested frontier in a grand ideological struggle.
The teenage climate-change activist has taken on anxieties far beyond her years. Adults should listen.
One person shouldn’t have the power to set policies that doom the rest of humanity’s shot at mitigating rising temperatures.
The money for the next men's World Cup would be better invested in the women's game.
The U.S. women’s national soccer team didn’t just win a match against England—it’s making the case for a different kind of patriotism.
A feud with the president didn’t stop the Americans from beating France. It might even have helped.
The star U.S. soccer player is fearlessly open, outrageously joyous, and unabashedly true to herself.
The late poet Mary Oliver warned against looking without noticing. In an age of distraction, her work is more urgent than ever.
As the Hungarian prime minister systematically undermined his own country’s education system, one institution stood defiant: a university in the heart of Budapest, founded by George Soros.
I can no longer assure my daughters that violence won’t enter our family’s spaces.
Margrethe Vestager, Europe’s top antitrust regulator, hasn’t been able to take down Big Tech—but she has a theory of how to tame it.
The scandal is how much corruption it exposed—and how much turns out to have been perfectly legal.