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Millennials are taking the coronavirus particularly badly. Is their discontent rooted in something deeper than not being able to party?
In this New York City miniaturist’s workshop, it’s the pictures that got small—the classic-movie props, that is
What Lies Beneath …
A town house collapses in Chelsea as the underground lairs of some of London’s wealthiest residents may be cracking under the pressure
The King and They
Blinged-out Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand is losing his God-like status as protesters march in the streets
Off the Rails
The famed Ian Allan Book & Model Shop in London, a favorite of railway enthusiasts, is the U.K.’s latest coronavirus casualty
October 28, 2020
A former Trump-appointed judge (of the Miss USA pageant) has some advice for Amy Coney Barrett
Scandale à Paris
The millennial French influencer Léna Mahfouf, whose new book is outselling classics, earns the ire of the Parisian intelligentsia
October 21, 2020
Kind Hearts and a Baronet?
What happens when an eccentric 74-year-old British aristocrat looks for someone to pay him $23,000 to live with him?
Harvard? Yale? Princeton? A nonprofit program is recruiting Kenya’s top high-school students and connecting them with America’s most competitive universities
No Spring Chickens
Women—most of them single and nearing their mid-30s—are rushing to freeze their eggs as the coronavirus makes finding a partner more difficult
October 14, 2020
Party Like It’s 1929!
Americans are finagling their way around international-travel bans and decamping to Europe, where the living is (comparatively) easy
Whatever You Say, Sir!
Trust in the media is as low as the president’s approval rating. Here are the Top 10 media remora of the Trump era
September 30, 2020
The rising star in British radio and television brings a focus on diversity and mental health
Boundless as the Sea
The Italian couple who fell in love across their balconies during the height of the coronavirus are finally united—and engaged
September 23, 2020