This one is far from over, but the window to prepare for future threats is closing fast.
The pandemic keeps changing, but these principles can guide your thinking through the seasons to come.
There are no simple rules for timing on a third jab—but maybe don’t rush it.
The manager of Windows on the World survived 9/11, while 79 of his employees died. He’s still searching for permission to move on.
The new administration promised competency and efficiency, but it has struggled all year with consistent pandemic messaging.
How long can a democracy maintain emergency restrictions and still call itself a free country?
Right now, we need a coherent policy in Afghanistan.
People are pointing fingers in all directions over President Biden’s unfolding foreign-policy crisis.
Disastrous environmental events are converging like never before.
The president has prioritized American troops and interests over the fate of those in Afghanistan.
Cases of COVID-19 are rising fast. Vaccine uptake has plateaued. The pandemic will be over one day—but the way there is different now.
The Texas governor’s warped priorities are allowing an extremist minority to worsen the pandemic.
Instead of propelling students into the middle class, many public institutions such as the University of Alabama are leaving them saddled with large loans.
The world’s best gymnast doesn’t need to look invincible.
In the time I spent with Mike Lindell, I came to learn that he is affable, devout, philanthropic—and a clear threat to the nation.
The conviction of a pro-democracy activist is a watershed moment.
“This is what happens when public health fails.”
The U.S. cannot wall itself off from the troubles facing its neighbors.
Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson are choosing a terrible time to leave Earth.
To undocumented people like me, a few pieces of paper are the difference between stability and crisis.