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The Forever Virus
The Omicron wave could possibly mark the beginning of the end of the pandemic. What else does the virus have in store for 2022 and the years to come?
Dark Day — The News in Pictures
U.S. Capitol Police officers after morning roll call on Capitol Hill on January 6, a year after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol Building in hopes of interrupting the certification of the election of Joe Biden as President.
'The World Is On the Brink'
Less than a year before president john F. Kennedy delivered his Commencement Address at the American University in 1963, the Cuban Missile Crisis had brought the world to the brink of nuclear war.
Cultural Traditions to Celebrate
Each year, UNESCO compiles traditions, knowledge, skills and art from communities across the globe, in a list of “Intangible Cultural Heritage.” The chosen items are not historical monuments or artifacts, but rather “living expressions inherited from our ancestors.” In a time of rapid globalization, the list serves to recognize and celebrate cultural diversity and highlights how traditional ways of life interact with the contemporary world. From the navigation skills of Micronesian wayfarers to a thousand-year pottery tradition carried by women in northern Peru, here’s a snapshot of this year’s list.
Books to Look Forward to for a New Year
Along with the promise of a brand-new year come new reading challenges to start and winter weekends that are perfect for cozying up with a good book.
Hole in the Net
What good is a social safety net if the people who need help the most can’t access it?
China is trying to force trading partners to toe its line on Taiwan. The U.S. and EU must fight back
THE CHRISTIAN PROPHETS WHO PREDICTED DONALD TRUMP WOULD BE REINSTATED AS PRESIDENT IN 2021 AREN'T READY TO ADMIT DEFEAT YET
All You Need Is LOVE
What I learned about creativity from working with the Beatles
SPINOFFS & ADAPTATIONS
A SWOONY BESTSELLER
Clare & Dale: SPLIT GETS NASTY
The Bachelorette couple has reached the end of their journey.
The Old Smock Mill
How a former English flour mill became a couple’s bespoke home.
The pandemic halted tennis as an up-close experience— but is now giving way to pandemonium among crowds. As the pro game reopens this summer and fans gather again, we’re realizing what we’ve been missing for so long
Clarence Thomas Declares War On Big Tech
IN 2003, REASON named Clarence Thomas one of the magazine’s “35 Heroes of Freedom” because the Supreme Court justice had proven himself “a reliable defender of freedom of speech in such diverse contexts as advertising, broadcasting, and campaign contributions.”
The Joys (and Otherwise) of Aperture Sights
Still Useful After All These Years
Clare & Dale HAPPILY EVER AFTER?
Spoiler alert! The two are together — and very much in love.
“Cop lights, flashlights, spot lights, strobe lights, street lights, all of the lights”
One Sweet ‘61
Modern upgrades and old-school cool make for one hot topless beauty
LAST AMERICAN TO GET CIVIL WAR PENSION DIES!
THE U.S. government has written the last Civil War pension check — 155 years after the war ended!