The modern world provides a "petri dish" for fascism, the former secretary of state argues.
The philanthropist still thinks the world is getting better. But he says pulling foreign aid from global-health measures would reverse that trend.
Tracy Chou’s call to action in 2013 preceded an industry-wide release of numbers.
Michael Solomonov was planting the seeds of a restaurant empire even as he was spiraling into addiction.
A conversation with the writer Jonah Goldberg about dysfunction on the right and why the president of the United States can’t stop tweeting about Hillary Clinton.
A conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones about race, education, and hypocrisy.
The Los Angeles mayor insists that politics is working fine at the municipal level—and talks about Trump, policing, and his favorite L.A. film.
Reflections on Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin from the writer Masha Gessen, whose new book about Russia won the 2017 National Book Award for nonfiction.
The CNN correspondent on journalism, hypocrisy, how a Twitter fave can ruin his morning, and why he has a poster of George Wallace hanging in his office
A conversation with the writers Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and Jeffrey Goldberg about self-righteousness among progressives, the appeal of Donald Trump, and the entitlement that comes with being white in America