Forget working from home. A new movement is spreading from China, of all places, about not working at all. Where do we sign up?
Fifty years on, Nick Ut’s Pulitzer Prize–winning photograph, “Napalm Girl,” still has the power to shock. But can a picture change the world?
A 10th-grader on reading and writing to cope with gun violence
Back home in Russia, Vladimir Putin is facing the first serious challenge to his leadership, but it’s not coming from the direction you’d expect
Abraham Lincoln is a boring know-it-all
Out with embarrassments like Jared Kushner. In with role models like Volodymyr Zelensky. Jewish pride is making a comeback. And that’s no joke
Generation Z grew up galvanized by climate change and ambitious about making a difference. Today, they’re buying fast fashion to the tune of $100 billion. What happened?
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the office—beware the rise of the “corporate Karen”
The parallels between Stalin’s “Winter War” on Finland and Putin’s current attack on Ukraine are striking—with one crucial difference
Louis C.K. wins a Grammy? New York magazine takes on B.L.M.? Has the backlash to wokeism begun?
Extramarital affairs, multiple children, mysterious wealth—who is the man behind the Iron Drapes?
For one distinguished Ukrainian couple currently under siege in Kharkiv, escape isn’t an option
Veteran war photographers surge into Ukraine to capture the devastation in what could be their last hurrah
Want a foolproof way to oust Putin and end the war? Take the plot from a famous mystery writer
The world wants to punish Putin’s billionaire cronies, but he didn’t enrich them alone: U.S. policies and such members of the Harvard elite as Jeffrey Sachs and Larry Summers helped
Ukraine is attacked and Trumpists swoon over Vlad the Invader. With global and U.S. democracy in peril, the G.O.P. is M.I.A.
Will a billionaire yachtsman and former Republican become mayor of oh-so-woke Los Angeles?
A cheerleader’s call to President Biden: How about less pomp and more pom-poms?
Why are our politics so divisive right now? Fifty years after Watergate, it still all goes back to Tricky Dick
Vladimir Putin watches TV and believes the lies he imposes on the Russian media about Ukraine and the United States. Who does he sound like?
Remembering fashion’s caped crusader
Everyone agrees Broadway needs more diversity. How to get there is a different story
Farewell to a Hollywood original, an auteur with no hauteur
Good-bye to all that