Peter Høeg on a Danish metropolis with a sense of humanity.
Sixty years and hardly a slip.
If only we had Walter Cronkite today!
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She plans to use the Gates Foundation’s billions to revolutionize contraception worldwide. The Catholic right is pushing back. Is she ready for the political firestorm ahead?
Russia’s former world chess champion was supposed to defeat Putin. Does he have a move left to play?
As Charles Taylor prepares to go to prison for war crimes, Nobel Prize winner Leymah Gbowee rebuilds a battered Liberia.
She wowed the world at the wedding of the century, and now the Duchess of Cambridge is proving that she can handle the everyday with equal grace and style.
America’s financial illiteracy.
After years spent brooding, Wainwright finally embraces pop.
God save us from the godly.
The fine art of reading Kennedy.
Obama, Holder, and the treacherous politics of race.
Students tap dance and tout idealism in ‘Damsels in Distress.’
Based on a 1960s design, America’s most popular airplane is prone to cracks. Clive Irving investigates.
They're heads of state and of household, fiery protesters and sly iconoclasts. Newsweek and The Daily Beast honor 150 women heroes.
Bare your fangs. But don’t bite poor immigrants.
The Jokers by Albert Cossery
Even as 2012 gets underway, the world continues to be rocked by 2011’s big stories, from the epochal changes of the Arab Spring to the Japanese tsunami and nuclear disaster at Fukushima. Will pro-democracy protests topple dictatorships elsewhere in the world? Can China and Germany lead the rest of us out of the global economic crisis? Is Al Qaeda on its way to the dustbin at last, 10 long years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan? Stay tuned.
Gibraltar’s leader wants to bring the British territory, long claimed by Spain, firmly into the future.
She was a national hero—and some powerful men didn’t like that.
Umberto Eco’s new book, ‘The Prague Cemetery,’ explores history’s deadliest hoax.
It’s not hard to find Americans fed up with the two-party system—just witness the skyrocketing number of voters registered as independents.
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Does Russia secretly want Vladimir Putin to return to the Kremlin? Owen Matthews reports.
Lovable Muppets. Feel-good colors. Hipster cred. Apple's ad campaigns make us want to be part of the club.
Nicholas Sparks on failing to finish a novel.
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One in 31 Americans is lost in the criminal-justice system.