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  • The Last Senate Seat

    Georgia voters are heading to the polls for the final battle of the 2022 midterms — the runoff election between Senator Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, and his Republican opponent, Herschel Walker. Both parties have their own challenges:...
  • Life in Ukraine as Russia Weaponizes Winter

    For months, the war in Ukraine was about territory as both sides fought to control areas in the country’s south and east. In recent weeks, the war has taken a new turn. Mounting attacks on civilian infrastructure have left people...
  • The Sunday Read: ‘How Noah Baumbach Made “White Noise” a Disaster Movie for Our Moment’

    Jon Mooallem met with the director Noah Baumbach to discuss his latest film, an adaptation of Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel “White Noise.” The pair explore the recent chain of personal and public events in Baumbach’s life, including the...
  • Who Pays the Bill for Climate Change?

    Last month at COP27, the U.N. climate change conference, a yearslong campaign ended in an agreement. The rich nations of the world — the ones primarily responsible for the emissions that have caused climate change — agreed to pay into a...
  • A Landmark Jan. 6 Verdict

    In a landmark verdict, a jury convicted Stewart Rhodes, leader of the Oath Keepers, a right-wing militia, of sedition for his role in the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol. The charge he faced, seditious conspiracy, is one that can be...
  • What It’s Like Inside One of China’s Protests

    Over the weekend, protests against China’s strict coronavirus restrictions ricocheted across the country in a rare case of nationwide civil unrest. It was the most extensive series of protests since the pro-democracy movement in...
  • A Secret Campaign to Influence the Supreme Court

    For the past few months, Jodi Kantor and Jo Becker, investigative reporters for The New York Times, have looked into a secretive, yearslong effort by an anti-abortion activist to influence the justices of the Supreme Court. This is the...
  • Qatar’s Big Bet on the World Cup

    The World Cup, the biggest single sporting event on the planet, began earlier this month. By the time the tournament finishes, half the global population is expected to have watched.  The 2022 World Cup has also been the focus of over...
  • Talking Turkey: A Holiday Special Edition

    Being tasked with the turkey on Thanksgiving can be a high-pressure, high-stakes job. Two Times writers share what they’ve learned. Kim Severson takes listeners on a journey through some of the turkey-cooking gimmicks that have been...
  • The ‘Tripledemic’ Explained

    This winter, three major respiratory viruses — respiratory syncytial virus or R.S.V., the flu and the coronavirus — are poised to collide in the United States in what some health officials are calling a “tripledemic.” What does this...
  • Trump Faces a New Special Counsel

    Donald J. Trump is running for president again. Donald J. Trump is back on Twitter again. And now a special prosecutor has been appointed to investigate Donald J. Trump again. In the saga of the Trump investigations, there seem to be...
  • The Sunday Read: ‘What Does Sustainable Living Look Like? Maybe Like Uruguay’

    Across the world, developed nations have locked themselves into unsustainable, energy-intensive lifestyles. As environmental collapse threatens, the journalist Noah Gallagher Shannon explores the lessons in sustainability that can be...