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How Caetano Veloso Revolutionized Brazil’s Sound and Spirit
The musician’s political persecution pushed him into a career he was never sure he wanted.
By Jonathan Blitzer
Why Didn’t Vanity Fair Break the Jeffrey Epstein Story?
The former editor Graydon Carter and a journalist, Vicky Ward, give conflicting accounts of why the magazine didn’t publish sexual-abuse allegations in 2003.
By Isaac Chotiner
The 2022 Oscar Nominations, and What Should Have Made the List
It was a great year for Hollywood—judging solely from the cream of the crop.
By Richard Brody
Puzzles & Games
Will Trump’s Obsession with His Big Lie Save the Democrats?
The past week has reminded anti-Trump voters why it is so vital for them to get out and exercise their democratic duty.
By John Cassidy
Nordic Skiing and the Race to Defy Expectations in Beijing
It’s only on the cross-country trails that athletes face the quintessentially human track of slogging uphill.
By Bill McKibben
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Metrics I’m Glad My Phone’s Health App Doesn’t Track
Steps toward self-actualization, utterances of the phrase “All right, here we go,” and other standards best left unmeasured.
By Alex Connolly and Ginny Hogan
Trump Produces Podiatrist’s Letter to Avoid Serving in Russian Army
The former President has been “living in terror” of receiving a draft notice from Vladimir Putin to serve with the Russian forces massing on the border of Ukraine.
By Andy Borowitz