War as Theatre, at a Private Home in Kharkiv
Most performance spaces in the city have been shut down since the start of the war. Some residents are reënacting experiences from the invasion themselves.
February 22, 2023
How Assad Blocked Aid to Syrian Earthquake Victims
In the country’s rebel-held northwest, none of the assistance delivered so far has included rescue equipment.
February 13, 2023
Sending Help Instead of the Police in Albuquerque
A novel community-safety department has been taking calls off the hands of a force with the country’s second-highest fatal-shooting rate. Has it improved public safety?
February 4, 2023
The World the 747 Didn’t Predict
Boeing’s iconic jumbo jet was prophesied as a “weapon of peace.” It leaves the world a smaller place—and still a war-torn one, too.
February 3, 2023
The Democratic Party’s Political Gift to Ron DeSantis
Republicans’ sustained and successful courting of Latino voters in South Florida could be a road map for the G.O.P. in 2024.
January 25, 2023
Cleaning Up After the Bolsonaristas in Brasília
President Lula’s government spent the week reassuring Brazilians that the threat of a coup had been contained.
January 13, 2023
The First Gen Z Congressman Believes He Can Change Washington
In a narrowly divided House, the twenty-five-year-old Florida Democrat Maxwell Frost seeks to fulfill a promise to his generation.
January 9, 2023
Surfing Through Korea’s War Games
Every fall, U.S. and South Korean forces conduct drills in waters shared by North Korea and China. This year, I saw the exercises up close.
January 6, 2023
The Profound Defiance of Daily Life in Kyiv
In the capital, Ukrainians track the trajectory of Russian missiles on smartphone apps, but refuse to be defeated by fear.
January 5, 2023
The Secret Abortions of Texas
To end pregnancies, women are enduring clandestine medical procedures, gruelling travel, and fear of arrest.
December 21, 2022