The British P.M.’s onetime American friend Jennifer Arcuri wants to publish diaries detailing their trysts and telephone calls
Foreigners can buy a village town house in Sicily for the price of an espresso. And get a tax cut
Academics retaliate against P.C. censorship terrorists with panic buttons
In Egypt, a bad feeling about what the fallout from the Soleimani assassination might bring
Sweden’s Queen Silvia and Ikea team up to create pre-fab, low-cost apartments for older people, including those with dementia
The marketing of Gwyneth’s genitalia
To understand Russia’s leader, go back to Stalin
Our expat in France reports on life during nationwide strikes, now in their third month
We are honored to have published her letter from Cuba earlier this year
Who’s really making a killing from the quest for workplace equality?
Outside Cairo, the biggest man-made structure in the world—an apartment complex for 30,000 residents—is in the works
The rise and fall of Farrow & Ball, paint purveyors to a vanishing upper class
Millennials won’t do anything without consulting their horoscope
A startling court ruling makes it easier to jail insider traders—as well as whistleblowers and reporters
Can a millennial survive a week without a smartphone?
Corruption and crime have killed Nelson Mandela’s dream and doomed the country’s future
How America’s staunchest defenders of free speech lost their nerve
After this week, his future is suitably bleak. But what about his ex-wife Georgina Chapman’s?
Why Catholic Poles are discovering Jewish roots they don’t even have
A theme park for people obsessed with runways, photo shoots, makeovers, and red-carpet rides
What can we learn from the 20th century’s deadliest virus outbreak?
And it’s time to end the handshake madness
Samuel Pepys’s 1665 account of life in London ravaged by bubonic plague is all too familiar in 2020
The founders of a podcast for investment-savvy millennials talk as quickly as the markets move