May 28, 2021 Issue

Features
Cover story Health
As long as the coronavirus circulates widely, troublesome new mutations will chip away at the effectiveness of vaccines, and trigger fresh outbreaks with the accompanying lockdowns, travels restrictions and calls for social distancing and mask-wearing through 2021 and 2022.
In Focus

Train Wreck

Mexico City: An aerial view, on May 3, of the scene after an elevated section of metro track carrying train cars collapsed onto a busy road. The Line 12 accident happened as the metro train was traveling between Olivos and Tezonco Metro stations, reportedly killing at least 20 people and injuring another 70. According to Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum, quoted in The New York Times, children were among the victims. She vowed an investigation.
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How to Win Big-Time at Investing—and Life!

Want to be wiser, richer and happier? Insights from how the world's greatest investors get it done from author William Clark via his conversation with host Dorie Clark on 'Better,' Newsweek's weekly LinkedIn Live interview show.