Dog catchers in Cairo, luge championships in Russia, flooding in parts of England, a crash at the Daytona 500, London Fashion Week, heavy rains in Australia, continued fighting in Syria, demining in Colombia,
We’re talking about another billionaire. Plus: Russian trolls have a next favorite candidate. It’s Thursday, February 20. In today’s newsletter: We’re talking about another billionaire (but not this one
A grounded story about urban displacement zooms in on the lives of one fictional Los Angeles family and those in their orbit. The three judges survey a competitor as they scribble notes about his performance.
The classicists hope to address a problem that the architecture establishment does not see as a problem. I hope members of the National Civic Art Society are just perverse enough to be rather pleased themselves
The singer’s first album in five years, Changes, and his YouTube documentary, Seasons, paint a picture of fragile recovery from the trauma of child stardom. Justin Bieber’s rollout for his new album has
Barack Obama isn’t on the ballot, but he’s still a looming presence over the crop of 2020 contenders. Plus: Is America in the first days of the Trump regime? It’s Wednesday, February 19. Debate night,
Democrats’ previous president and maybe their next one have a particularly fraught relationship. Bernie Sanders got so close to running a primary challenge to President Barack Obama that Senator Harry
The burden of many of the most common contraceptive methods falls on women. Some heterosexual couples try to fix that imbalance by splitting the cost. In 2017, Taylor Kay Phillips was debating two things: