The president, however inadvertently, may be reminding the world of the reality of international relations.
Herbert Fingarette once argued that there was no reason to fear death. At 97, his own mortality began to haunt him.
The system that connects many of the state’s rural communities may soon shut down.
A company once driven by engineers became driven by finance.
Americans will always seek out, discuss, and be moved by art that is messy, tense, and chaotic, whether the censors of any moment like it or not.
Migration can be driven both by a richer country’s doing, as well as a poorer one’s undoing.
Many parents get caught in such a loop, but that doesn’t mean the solution is to just stay home with the kids.
Ordering up more tests and surgeries for dying patients is easy. Getting patients the end-of-life care they deserve takes much more effort.
One of the worst maritime disasters in European history took place a decade ago. It remains very much in the public eye. On a stormy night on the Baltic Sea, more than 850 people lost their lives when a luxurious ferry sank below the waves. From a mass of material, including official and unofficial reports and survivor testimony, our correspondent has distilled an account of the Estonia's last moments—part of his continuing coverage for the magazine of anarchy on the high seas
Drawn into the tech world, a 20-something wonders why she—and the rest of us—didn’t wise up to the grandiose myopia sooner.
Amid talk of a primary challenge, the Senate Democratic leader cast a surprising vote against the USMCA trade deal, bucking most of his party.
The program uses state-of-the-art AI techniques, but simple tests show that it's a long way from real understanding.
Every year, plenty of excellent films are excluded from the awards-season conversation for reasons that have nothing to do with talent or artistry. This year is no different.
His verbal stumbles have voters worried about his mental fitness. Maybe they’d be more understanding if they knew he’s still fighting a stutter.
The rapper’s “Darkness” video tries to fight gun violence while also glorifying it.
His sometimes-goofy bid has been a surprise success. But can he make voters take the idea of Commander in Chief Yang seriously?
It’s underwater—and the consequences are unimaginable.
It’s a paradox: Shouldn’t the most accomplished be well equipped to make choices that maximize life satisfaction?
What the Internet is doing to our brains
Looking back on the troubled wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, many observers are content to lay blame on the Bush administration. But inept leadership by American generals was also responsible for the failure of those wars. A culture of mediocrity has taken hold within the Army’s leadership rank—if it is not uprooted, the country’s next war is unlikely to unfold any better than the last two.