It was the year of Barack Obama’s re-election, Hurricane Sandy, and the inane Twitter parody account. Here’s our look back at the events that shaped 2012, as told through the ascendant news medium of our age.
Into the Quagmire After the horror of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Manhattan Project scientists tried to advocate for nuclear de-escalation—instead, they unwittingly abetted the Vietnam War.
How Can This Possibly Happen? Geoffrey Sant wrote about drivers in China who intentionally kill pedestrians. Ask him anything.
The Serena and Venus Tribune As teenagers, the Williams sisters published a newsletter that offers a rare glimpse into their minds, innocence, and humanity.
A Record Number of Retirements Turned the U.S. Open’s First Round Into a Joke. It Can’t Happen Again.