Puerto Rico’s New Normal
Two months after the storm, the island is still in a state of devastation, and Puerto Ricans feel forgotten.
Guns vs. Thoughts and PrayersIn Las Vegas, the guns won, and it looks like they’re going to keep on winning.
The Group of Presidents That Donald Trump Will Never JoinFor nearly 50 years, a Gettysburg wax museum memorialized our commanders in chief. It just shut down and sold every single one.
Who Would Want to Immigrate to Greece Right Now?A lot of people. And the country has never been less equipped to absorb them.
Europe Didn’t WinGreece’s leaders appear to have folded. But the rift between its citizens and the rest of the continent won’t be so easily fixed.
A Smorgasbord of ExcusesThe defense tries a little of everything to save Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from the death penalty.
Teen or Terrorist?In closing statements, the prosecution paints Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a radicalized jihadi.
“It Was Him”During opening statements, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s defense attorney admits his guilt and looks toward sparing his life.
The Velvet FacilitatorMeet the Charlottesville icon who stood up to Jason Kessler and had a stroke after being attacked by white nationalists.
The New AmericansSix immigrants describe becoming citizens in a year that has tested what it means to be a real American.
Paradise on the BrinkOn the Greek island of Agistri, the only ATM is empty, but everything is “No problem, no problem.”
More and Less Than HumanThe prosecution framed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as an enemy combatant, which helped seal his fate.