What if the GOP stopped capitulating to Trump? Plus: There’s a reason kids make better philosophers than grown-ups do.
Ukraine will need more than aid to be free and independent, one writer argues. Plus: When was the last time you thought about Uranus?
Pro-Trump Republicans don’t just believe in the Big Lie, our writers argue. They also believe in a million little ones.
Ukraine can win—but it needs more help from allies, President Volodymyr Zelensky told our staff writer Anne Applebaum and editor in chief, Jeffrey Goldberg, during a sit-down in Kyiv.
Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter. But why? Then: Fights about dirty dishes aren’t always about the dishes.
As Russia reshuffles its strategy in Ukraine, the West is presented with a key opportunity to influence the outcome of the war, our writer argues.
Two of our writers look at the former POTUS’s sometimes-tenuous relationship with history itself.
Allegations of atrocities in Bucha have intensified condemnations of Russia.
Roe v. Wade may not stand for much longer. Activists are already preparing for what comes next, Jessica Bruder reports in our new cover story.
The Great Resignation may be less about worker angst than it seems, a reporter argues. Plus: Our writer once (accidentally) helped get someone canceled. Now he has a better idea.
Boosters are officially back, and kids under 5 may soon get their first vaccinations. We do the math on the “magic number.” Plus: Maybe don’t make happiness your main goal.
The Senate confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson had little to do with Jackson at all, our writer argues. Then: Here’s what to read as Russia’s war on Ukraine enters a second month.
Coronavirus cases are rising in other parts of the world. Is the United States next?
With Russia’s advance into Ukraine stalled, two writers make their cases for focusing on a Ukrainian victory.
Americans are already grappling with the potential ramifications of making daylight saving time permanent.
Following increased reports of violence against Asians and Pacific Islanders in the U.S., the writer Nicole Chung speaks with an organizer about the limits of the “hate crime” designation, the community data we’re missing, and much more.
There’s one key lesson from two unrelated disasters, thousands of miles apart. Plus: Find joy in the very last pages of a book.
A new iron curtain is lowering. Here’s how that is influencing the cost of your groceries and your gas. Plus: America needs more wisdom.
International conflict, domestic politics, and the pandemic all entered decisive new phases this week. Plus: After you catch up with the news, check out the TV shows our writers are escaping into.
In our new magazine cover story, Mohammed bin Salman gives his first interview with non-Saudi press in two years. Then: Read our latest Russia-Ukraine coverage.