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A Pinch of Blood
After years of anticipation, former Theranos C.E.O. Elizabeth Holmes goes on trial for an alleged fraud of epic proportions
Why do people in and around a powerful Southern family keep dying?
Mansoor Adayfi, who was just 18 when he was sent to Guantánamo for a crime he didn’t commit, reveals the twisted inner workings of the Cuban prison
The photographer escaped the devastation of postwar Japan to create surreal images of indelible beauty
More Photos, Please!
Paparazzi got a terrible rap in the Diana and Britney years. So why are stars still seeking them out?
Blood in the Water
Elizabeth Holmes’s high-tech blood-testing company, Theranos, made her a paper billionaire—until she and it were alleged to be frauds. Now the trial that has Silicon Valley sweating is about to begin
The Winklevoss Wrinkle
After years of post-Facebook conniving, the Winklevosses were finally on the road to redemption. Then they met another set of troublemaking twins
The View from Here
Al Gore says it’s not too late to prevent cataclysmic climate change, but is it too late for us to change?
No Skin in the Game
Millennials and Gen Z–ers are all about empowerment and freeing the nipple. So why aren’t they embracing the nudism movement?
Ooh La La!
Inside the bedroom of Brigitte and Emmanuel Macron …
So much for your nether regions. Gwyneth Paltrow now wants to fiddle with your vacation!
The Big C
Indian businessman Lalit Modi allegedly name-dropped royals and public figures to con investors for his bogus cancer treatment
QAnon on the Volga
A growing number of Russian “revivalists” believe that the dissolution of the Soviet Union is a hoax
Warding Off Evil
CNN’s star correspondent takes us to the front lines of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan
Kabul and Kaput
What do the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan and the
White Lotus finale have in common? Plenty
Black Robe, White Knuckles
Justice Breyer’s refusal to retire is not just annoying—it’s a harsh reminder that we always put our own interests above society’s