January 27 Issue

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COVER STORY U.S.

Commander-in-Tweet

We sorted all of Trump's tweets since the election into 16 categories, from domestic policy to self-congratulations.
Law and Mordor
In Focus

Law and Mordor

Ankara, Turkey—A police officer blocks a protester from marching to the Turkish parliament building on January 9 while lawmakers inside were debating a controversial proposal to expand the president’s powers. Critics have decried the proposed move, calling it a power grab by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has led the country since 2003. Erdogan says he merely wants to create a more efficient presidential system. A referendum will take place this spring, but already violence has erupted—not only between the police and protesters in the streets but also between lawmakers inside the building.
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The History Behind the Quidditch World Cup

Every year since 1473, according to the J.K. Rowling series, the wizards of the world have gathered to contest the Quidditch World Cup, the single most popular sporting event in the wizarding world—Gobstones championships notwithstanding.