O TownThe New York Times Magazine profiles the incoming administration.
Red, Brown, and BlueThe Atlantic on post-racial America.
Black Swan SongThe New York Times Magazine on the deceptions in financial risk assessment.
Handling PutinHarper's on Mikhail Saakashvili's balancing act.
The MouthpieceNew York Times Magazine on the next press secretary.
Name That SlumpTime on what to call the economic downturn.
Castro AnxietyNew York Times Magazine on what's next for Cuba.
One Is Not the Loneliest NumberNew York on the myth of the lonely New Yorker.
The RedprintNewsweek's Karl Rove prescribes a Republican comeback plan.
How He Did ItNewsweek and The New Yorker on Obama's win.
Barack's To-Do ListNewsweek on the meaning of an Obama presidency.
Dear Mr. PresidentNewsweek gives unsolicited advice to the next commander in chief.
Red Europe vs. Blue EuropeThe Weekly Standard on the other continental divide.
Beautiful MindsMalcolm Gladwell on the two types of geniuses.
Getting Bitter All the TimeThe New Republic on Sarah Palin's class resentment.
Mission AccomplishedNewsweek on Cheney's successful vice presidency.
Fixing GazaNewsweek and The Nation on the latest Israeli-Palestinian face-off.
Tax Gas, Not IncomeThe Weekly Standard on how to reduce demand for foreign oil for free.
Auto ImmunityThe New Republic on Detroit's private welfare state.
Tamm I AmThe NSA whistle-blower reveals himself.
I DothNewsweek on the Bible and gay marriage.
Vanity FeyMaureen Dowd on Tina Fey's rise.
America's CheckupTime on how to fix the health care system.
Change.govThe Economist and Time on Obama's transition.
To the Left, to the LeftThe New Republic on how America is becoming more liberal.
Brits for BarackThe Economist endorses Obama.
The Never-Ending StoriesThe New York Times Magazine on McCain's many campaign narratives.
Privatize ThisThe Economist on why capitalism still works.
Kosher WarsThe New York TimesMagazine examines the battle over food and religion.
Depression 2.0?Time compares the current financial troubles to the Great Depression.