A new paper suggests that death certificates dramatically undercounted the number of people dying from opioid overdoses.
Don’t get too attached, though. It’s not sticking around.
Leigh Whannell’s update of the classic horror story follows an abuse survivor being terrorized by her ex.
A collection of photos from Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020/21
Welcome to the dark, chaotic, utterly mesmerizing soul of modern celebrity.
The government has refused to impose quarantines and is encouraging people to visit the city of Qom, the center of the outbreak.
The obsession with breastfeeding has inspired a start-up to make human milk outside the human body.
The cuts to the National Security Council have less to do with making government better than with making it purer.
In Trump’s mind, he is not politicizing law enforcement. On the contrary, he is trying to fight politicization coming from his opponents within the department.
The Republican Party, which some of us still hope to reform and which others have left, no longer deals in principle, morality, or the pursuit of the common welfare.
Last year, I published a thriller set on a cruise. A few weeks ago, I found myself quarantined on the Diamond Princess.
Citizens of a once-prosperous nation live amid the havoc created by socialism, illiberal nationalism, and political polarization.
The senator from Vermont’s record on guns is once again under attack as he hopes to solidify his front-runner status.
Why has Erin Pizzey, once a pioneer of the women’s movement, been written out of its history?
What Bernie Sanders’s 2020 rivals learned from 2016 Hillary Clinton. Plus: Venezuela is the eerie endgame of modern politics.
Dee Rees’s new Netflix film tackles the Joan Didion novel The Last Thing He Wanted. It may have been a futile task.
Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-re, do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-mi … you get the picture.
Wendy, Benh Zeitlin’s visually stunning new film, attempts to reinvigorate an overused tale—and fails.
The candidates’ attempts at moral clarity got muddled when conversation turned to the trade-offs inherent in actually conducting American statecraft.
The price of Bernie Sanders’s agenda could be his biggest general-election weakness. But his rivals haven’t yet forced him to explain how he’d cover the full cost.
Over the past half century, the Supreme Court’s empathy for the poor has been replaced by hostility.
With a loyalist as acting director of national intelligence, the official line on issues like Russian election meddling could bend closer to the president’s.
Researchers crunched longitudinal data to provide a simple predictive equation, and a chart.
Boosting turnout won’t necessarily help the most progressive candidate.
The president’s administration is attempting to bring thousands of federal employees under his control, and the public is largely unaware.
The poet and essayist Cathy Park Hong depicts the everyday effects of prejudice in a way readers can’t leave behind.
In its successes and failures, its wealth and dilapidation, the United States infects many of those who visit.
The rough answer is $60 trillion—the price tag on Bernie Sanders’s agenda. Plus: What nonvoters want (hint: it’s not always the more progressive option).
Days before two race-defining contests, the seven Democrats seemed worried about what’s next.
His appearance at a local Democratic fundraiser in 2011 was the kind of move a potential presidential candidate would make to test the waters.