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Weekly Review

A Missouri court ruled that Geico must pay $5.2 million to a woman who contracted an STI while having sex in a car insured by the company. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Following public outcry over an event in Dallas, a Texas state representative announced legislation that would ban children from attending “drag shows and other inappropriate displays.” Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Following a campaign led by eighth graders, Elizabeth Johnson Jr., who was condemned but not executed for witchcraft, became the last victim of the Salem witch hunt to be pardoned. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A six-hour police standoff in Duluth, Minnesota, ended when officers realized that the suspect had left before their arrival. Read More
Podcast

The Matter of War

On the front lines in Ukraine Read More
Publisher’s Note

Live from the War

“So much cruelty could have been avoided with a modicum of understanding of the realities of war.” Read More

Weekly Review

A Georgia man was found guilty of aggravated assault after he shot another man during a game of Uno. Read More
Podcast

Down the Hatch

On the past and future of the carnival, one of America’s great institutions Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The former head of the Oklahoma Republican Party called for the execution of Anthony Fauci by firing squad. Read More
Podcast

In the Land of Living Skies

Why it’s important to live in the dark Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A black cat with abnormally large eyes and paws became the temporary mayor of Hell, Michigan. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A man was charged with aggravated assault for beating his roommate in an argument over what mosquitoes look like. Read More
Podcast

Ghosting the Machine

In the uncanny valley of the dolls: Sam Lipsyte investigates digisexuality in Las Vegas Read More
Publisher’s Note

“Small” Disasters

“The damage done to Kyiv and Mariupol is visible to the naked eye, but many other horrors continue in the shadows when a big crisis takes over the media.” Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

In Oregon, the trial of Nancy Crampton Brophy, a woman charged with murdering her husband after self-publishing an essay titled “How to Murder Your Husband,” began. Read More
Podcast

Who Killed Louis Le Prince?

Ghost in the machine: on the origins of cinema Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A Russian soldier who replaced a plate in his body armor with a stolen MacBook was killed in Irpin, Ukraine. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Two former soldiers in Germany who claimed that a fortune-teller had instructed them to interfere in the conflict in Yemen were charged with attempting to form a terrorist organization. Read More
Podcast

Notes on the State of Jefferson

Range wars: a secessionist movement reveals the cracks in American democracy Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A group of researchers released a study identifying the Dark Empath personality type. Read More
Podcast

I Multiplied Myself

Better living through avoiding it entirely: on the life and work of Fernando Pessoa Read More
Publisher’s Note

The Fate of Ukraine

While I am one of the critics who saw NATO expansion into former Soviet bloc countries as a dangerous provocation to Vladimir Putin, I’m stunned by his savagery, and by the possibility of an escalation that could involve more countries and cause many more deaths. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A new study suggested that half of all Americans alive in 2015 suffered brain damage from exposure to leaded gasoline. Read More
Podcast

Night Shifts

Perchance to dream engineer: on new research into our sleeping minds Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

In Texas, a screening of The Batman was paused when a live bat entered the theater. Read More
Podcast

The Eros Monster

The thrilling, all-consuming, irrational, and outright awful experience of bad romance Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

“It’s a communist country, so [Putin] can’t feed his people, so they need more farmland,” said the Republican senator Tommy Tuberville. Read More
Podcast

Bright Flight

Illuminations: on fireflies, natural systems, and the complex field of complexity science Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A Maine Department of Transportation helmet was found buried in seaweed on a Norwegian fjord. Read More