Bernie Sanders and the Promised Land
As the Vermont senator ends his 2020 Presidential campaign, a look back at what he accomplished—and what he didn’t.
He Walks Among Us
Goodbye, John Prine, angel of Maywood, Illinois.
A Very Trumpian Response to the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt Controversy
A military whose members do not believe that the media is a recourse in extraordinary circumstances has lost touch with American democracy.
The Shakespeare Play That Presaged the Trump Administration’s Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
“Coriolanus” is an account of what happens when, at a time of crisis, a ruling clique chafes at the constraints imposed by representative government.
The “Schitt’s Creek” Series Finale: The Vindication of Twyla
In the years since the beloved Canadian sitcom premièred, the series, which completed a six-season run on Tuesday, has spoiled fans with a surfeit of exquisite character work.
John Prine’s Perfect Songs
The singer and songwriter, who died on Tuesday of complications from COVID-19, sang so often and so generously about death that it almost feels as if he were preëmptively reassuring his fans.
Q. & A.
What We Know About Masks and the New Coronavirus
Siddhartha Mukherjee on the need for more research on the effectiveness of masks in preventing the spread of the coronavirus, and why Americans should wear masks regardless.
Quarantine Chic: Why Not Try a Victorian Hair Style?
Instead of attempting to cut your own bangs, how about you bring back a lovely hairdo for your eventual return to society?