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In this issue

The Lion’s Den
Argentina’s President Javier Milei, known as El Loco, has his work cut out for him.
By Vera Bergengruen

100 Most Influential Companies
The Leaders, Disrupters, Innovators, Titans, and Pioneers showing the way forward in the business of the world.

MIDEAST LEADERSHIP CRISIS

Iran searched for a lost President hours before war-crime charges were sought against heads of Israel and Hamas

MIDEAST LEADERSHIP CRISIS

3 mins

What's going on with storms on the sun?

IT HAS BEEN A SEASON OF SKY PAGEANTS. MARCH 24 and 25 saw a lunar eclipse across the Americas, Europe, and North and East Asia. April 8 featured the total solar eclipse in North America.

What's going on with storms on the sun?

3 mins

Thai artifacts

From the Met

Thai artifacts

1 min

Alice Munro

Master of the short story

Alice Munro

1 min

Marking 20 years of marriage-and marriage equality

BY THE TIME HEIDI NORTON married Gina Smith on May 17, 2004, their two sons had already been born with the nameNortonsmith-they adopted after tying the knot. It was the first day same-sex couples could be legally wed in Massachusetts, thanks to the success of their hardwon lawsuit. \"You came out as Nortonsmith,\" Gina told the boys that day. \"We had to earn it.\"

Marking 20 years of marriage-and marriage equality

5 mins

Call her Mother: how a term with queer origins entered the internet lexicon

Just because \"mother\" is an idea that babies can understand doesn't mean it's simple. The word is also a slang term that has been bestowed upon the biggest names in show business, from Beyoncé to Zendaya.

Call her Mother: how a term with queer origins entered the internet lexicon

2 mins

In a Northern Ireland steeped in its past, Michelle O'Neill has a vision for the future

MICHELLE O'NEILL WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO be here. When the Northern Ireland Assembly was established following the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, which ended 30 years of sectarian bloodshed known as the Troubles, it established a delicate system of power sharing.

In a Northern Ireland steeped in its past, Michelle O'Neill has a vision for the future

4 mins

5 tricks to calm your fear of flying

GINA MOFFA'S FEAR OF FLYING took off early. When she was 10, her mother-overwhelmed by bad turbulence on a flight to Italy clambered to the emergency exit and tried to get out of the plane. A fellow passenger offered her Valium, and a nun onboard prayed the rosary with her. \"And then she was OK,\" Moffa says. \"But it taught me there was something to be afraid of.\"

5 tricks to calm your fear of flying

2 mins

DEMONIZING RURAL AMERICA

By the time I was 7 or 8 years old, I was keenly aware of my father's drug use. He didn't snort pills in front of me yet―he saved that for my teen years—but he talked about pills freely, and I knew he took them. And by the time I became an adult, everyone in my nuclear family-and plenty in my extended family-was struggling to cope with the impacts of violence, incarceration, and addiction.

DEMONIZING RURAL AMERICA

3 mins

Japan's ruling party burns through another leader

IT'S NOT EASY BEING JAPAN'S Prime Minister. Though the center-right Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has dominated the country's politics for nearly seven decades, the top job has frequently changed hands. Fumio Kishida is just the third leader in the past quarter-century to last at least two years. Yet once again, change is coming.

Japan's ruling party burns through another leader

2 mins

Health Matters

TICK SEASON IS ONCE AGAIN UPON us, and so are fears of Lyme disease. Most people who contract Lyme after a tick bite fully recover after a course of antibiotics-but for roughly 10% of people, for reasons doctors don't fully understand, the medicine doesn't take, leaving them with chronic symptoms including fatigue, brain fog, and neurological issues that can be completely debilitating. Other people with Lyme are never treated at all, which can cause lasting issues without clear knowledge of where they originated.

Health Matters

1 min

The parents who regret having children

NO ONE REGRETS HAVING A CHILD, OR SO IT'S SAID. I'VE heard this often, usually after I'm asked if I have children, then, when I say I don't, if I plan to. I tend to evade the question, as I find that the truth-I have no plans to be a parent is likely to invite swift dissent. I'll be told that I'll change my mind, that I'm wrong, and that while I'll regret not having a child, people don't regret the obverse. Close family, acquaintances, and total strangers have said this for years; I let it slide, knowing that at the very least, the last part is a fiction.

The parents who regret having children

6 mins

EL LOCO

PRESIDENT JAVIER MILEI'S MISSION TO REMAKE ARGENTINA

EL LOCO

10+ mins

MOST INFLUENTIAL COMPANIES 2024

From retail behemoths to AI pioneers, these are the businesses shaping our world

MOST INFLUENTIAL COMPANIES 2024

10+ mins

OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES

A new comedy takes on the unfiltered realities of pregnancy, motherhood, and friendship

OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES

6 mins

The decades-long build to Eruption

WHEN MICHAEL CRICHTON AND HIS WIFE SHERRI FIRST started dating, all they did was hike. Every weekend there they were, taking in the scenery from the coasts of California to the mountains of Hawaii. The island of Kauai was their favorite place, its rivers carving through volcanic rock and steep, jagged cliffs cutting the sky. The couple would wake before dawn to be first ones out on the trails, and together they'd take in the sunrise.

The decades-long build to Eruption

5 mins

The most anticipated summer TV shows

The sun is coming out, the days are getting longer, and life somehow just seems that little bit happier. But even as nature beckons us out of doors, the lure of the fluorescent blue-light box remains, especially as a season once associated with reruns and stagnation only seems to get more packed with appointment viewing.

The most anticipated summer TV shows

6 mins

Michael Crow The president of Arizona State on handling campus protests, embracing AI, the future of college sports, and partying

Since Oct. 7, protests and conflicts over free speech have erupted on college campuses and beyond. It seems that the job of university president has become one of the more stressful occupations in America. What's your stress level right now?

Michael Crow The president of Arizona State on handling campus protests, embracing AI, the future of college sports, and partying

2 mins

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LanguageEnglish

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