Some Democrats are scrapping their playbooks and reenvisioning what may be politically possible in the Trump era.
Just as the the U.S. is talking peace with the Taliban. Plus: who’s afraid of impeachment, office temperatures are too damn low, the lonely dining table, and more
But what about China? Plus: the 2020 candidate with the most actualized policies so far, and waiting for George R. R. Martin to conclude The Game of Thrones.
When paying off $40 million in tuition debt for these graduating seniors still only does so much. Plus: how this space object ended up with a dark nickname, abortions or adoptions, and more
Both the U.S. and Iran are sending confusing signals. Plus: states move on Roe v. Wade, eyes on Greenland, the American obsession with serial-killer lore, and more
Trump asks for $1.6 billion for NASA to get astronauts back on the moon by 2024. Plus: the rise of long distance, why American breakfast foods are boring, and more
1, 2, 3, 4, he declared a trade war. Plus: Huawei’s new Europe-inspired corporate campus, and a food revolution has transformed our eating habits—just not for the better.
Uber pitches its vision to Wall Street. Plus: who—or what—is responsible for funding K-12 schools, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s war on intellect, and more
Plus: You may have nothing to hide—but you should care about internet privacy, what astronauts do for fun in space, the real damage of pretend active-shooter drills, and more
Renewables standards rise; carbon-tax proposals fall. Plus: when the House can arrest AG William Barr, pitting religious freedom against abortion rights, and more
What could be revealed in the president’s tax returns? Plus: Laws against fertility doctors using their own sperm, ‘Game of Thrones’ explores electability, and more
We’ll never be royals—but Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s new baby? Plus: the incredible life of the ‘goddess of good sex,’ cancer fakers online, and more
Was Friday’s Trump-Putin call Helsinki all over again? Plus: Jay Inslee’s 100-100-100 plan, the optimal number of children parents should have, Tuca & Bertie, and more
Alex Jones and Louis Farrakhan were among those banned. Plus: The “5GE” on your phone is definitely not 5G, using air conditioning to help combat climate change, and more
Plus: Mayor Pete is working remotely, what a fossilized jawbone might reveal about ancient human history, the decline of cheating in Millennial marriages, and more
Maduro vs. Guaidó in Venezuela. Plus: Emperor Akihito abdicates the throne in Japan, where conservatives and liberals differ on what they consider “fair,” and more
The ISIS leader Bakr al-Baghdadi makes his first public speech since 2014. Plus: the other Notre-Dame that was never rebuilt, unexplained aerial phenomena, and more
Measles was supposedly eradicated in the U.S. two decades ago. Plus: Trump loves the NRA and the NRA loves him back, hate-listening to Taylor Swift’s newest song, and more
Is America too fractured for jokes? Plus: earthquakes—or marsquakes, rather—on the Red Planet, a warning about aquariums, the long history of the anti-vax movement, and more
The organization claimed the Sri Lanka bombings in English and Arabic—and also Tamil and Malayalam. Plus: When (and how) animal diversity exploded on earth, and more