The companies that define our digital lives have hit a wall.
And why everyone’s ignoring it
Pictures of the beginning of the universe, medicine that can (kind of) reverse death, and other leaps of human ingenuity
The journalist and activist is caught between a regime that hates her and a diaspora whose elite isn’t eager to give her credit for anything.
The late graphic designer George Lois profoundly influenced generations of artists.
America still can’t figure out how to memorialize the sins of our history. What can we learn from Germany?
Even the most advanced automated systems can’t catch every bit of extreme content.
Why was Jihad Rehab canceled? And who is behind the most serious charges leveled against the documentary?
Wars are won by deeds—but also by persuasive moral arguments.
After Roe, the anti-abortion movement faces a new opponent: popular opinion.
What I learned in the space between death threats and bodyguards
Progressives aren’t the only ones who need free-speech protections.
For Trumpists, no system that results in a Republican loss can be considered legitimate.
To fight climate change, get a white roof.
How can cities prepare for more regular extreme heat?
A bedrock principle is that no one—not even the president, much less the former president—is above the law, and if they commit crimes, they must answer for them.
The absence of these exemptions is a sign of the anti-abortion-rights movement’s distrust of women and the medical establishment.
A televised 1990s killing in Zambia has striking similarities to Delia Owens’s best-selling book turned movie.
Colorado’s simple plan to increase voter registration is already working.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s account of Donald Trump’s behavior destroys any defense the president once had.