Taiwan’s president is in the Americas — and China’s not happy
President Tsai Ing-Wen is shoring up allies, but a meeting with Speaker Kevin McCarthy is drawing threats from Beijing
Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski-and-run trial is a reminder that stars are not like us
Countersuing an optometrist for a ski slope collision is basically Gwyneth Paltrow’s White Lotus audition.
The number of uninsured Americans is about to jump dramatically
Starting April 1, states will begin removing millions of people off Medicaid as its pandemic-era expansion expires
The indictment adds to a long list of times Republicans have backed Trump
It’s the latest of example of the GOP rallying around the former president.
How the relentless drive for optimization made baseball impossible to watch
The unlikely similarity between modern baseball and the AI boom.
Trump’s indictment has united the Republican Party in apocalyptic rage
Even Trump’s Republican skeptics are apoplectic about his indictment.
The best precedent for Trump’s indictment is (gulp) Israel
The recent chaos in Israel shows how Trump’s indictment could set America aflame.
Trans people deserve better journalism
How the anti-trans movement took over legacy media.