How Alvin Bragg Resurrected the Case Against Donald Trump
A year ago, the investigation into the former president appeared from the outside to be over. But a series of crucial turning points led to this week’s indictment.
Venice Is Saved! Woe Is Venice.
After centuries of flooding, Venice has at long last raised seawalls to save itself from high water.
China Draws Lessons From Russia’s Losses in Ukraine, and Its Gains
With an eye on a possible conflict over Taiwan, analysts have scrutinized the war for insights ranging from the importance of supply lines to the power of nuclear threats.
A Chicago Mayoral Hopeful Who Took on Hard-to-Fix Schools Faces a Political Shift
Paul Vallas has long been a supporter of charter schools. He is running against Brandon Johnson, an ex-teacher with a different approach.