Politics

The Lawyer Trying to Hold Gunmakers Responsible for Mass Shootings

Brian Hogan was standing in front of a wrought-iron tree bench, head bowed, as Josh Koskoff approached him. Listen to…

Shohei Ohtani’s Impossible, Unrivaled, Bittersweet Season

In late August, a few days after the remnants of Hurricane Hilary hit the Southern California coast as only the…

Americans Are Losing Faith in the Value of College. Whose Fault Is That?

A decade or so ago, Americans were feeling pretty positive about higher education. Public-opinion polls in the early 2010s all…

Why I Love Doing Homework (Even If My Kids Hate It)

It’s an opportunity to walk alongside them as they commit to the work of learning.

How the War in Ukraine Turned Tennis Into a Battlefield

It was a few days before the start of Wimbledon this summer, and Elina Svitolina, just off a flight from…

When Your ‘Doppelganger’ Becomes a Conspiracy Theorist

In June, the Canadian journalist and activist Naomi Klein was sitting in the dark gray booth of a recording studio…

I’m Dying of Cancer. Do I Have to Tell Anyone?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on the information we owe our loved ones when terminally ill.

‘Forever Chemicals’ Are Everywhere. What Are They Doing to Us?

The Faroe Islands, an incongruous speckling of green in the North Atlantic, are about as far away as you can…

Sean Paul Is Still Busy

The song is a giddy exaltation of oscillating hips in full swing, of beautiful backsides and the beautiful forms they…

What Is ‘Welcome to Wrexham’ Doing to Soccer?

Hollywood has turned a perfectly good fourth-tier Welsh team into a TV show instead. That can’t be great.

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