Justice Sotomayor Takes Aim at Lethal Injection In a striking dissent, the justice slams the “horrifying deaths” that result from “our most cruel experiment yet.”
McMaster Is an Improvement, But He’s Going to Be Cleaning Up After Trump Like Everyone Else
Overt Madness, Covert Purpose A dive into Trump’s press conference and why the GOP won’t stand up to Trump on Russia.
The “How Does an Inaugural Parade Announcer Work?” Transcript Read what Charlie Brotman had to say about presiding over the parades of 10 presidents.
Watch the Rogue One VFX Team Bring Peter Cushing’s Grand Moff Tarkin Back to Life in New Behind-the-Scenes Video
Trump’s Great Pyramid Multilevel marketing companies promise prosperity to the desperate. They’re thrilled about the new administration.
The Enabler in Chief The White House counsel is supposed to rein in the president’s worst impulses. That’s not Don McGahn’s style.
Moonlight Editor Joi McMillon on That Pivotal Diner Scene and Showcasing the Love of Cooking
How Honey Bee Hives Changed the Internet This is the kind of federally funded breakthrough imperiled under the Trump administration.
Stressed Out New Parents: Please Relax A lot of parenting advice—even from your doctor—is based on opinion, not evidence. Here’s how to tell which is which.
A Supreme Court Conundrum A federal agent standing on U.S. soil shot and killed someone across the border in Mexico. Was the shooting unconstitutional?
Trump Just Hired the Army’s Smartest Officer But will Lt. Gen. McMaster be permitted to do his job?
The Intellectual Who Might Get Through to Donald Trump Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster is known for critiquing the military’s decision-making process. Expect him to deliver blunt advice to the president, says Andrew Exum.
Trump Picks Military Strategist Known for Questioning Authority as National Security Adviser
Cityscapes Created Inside Toilet Paper Rolls Anastassia Elias’ tiny urban vistas have a hidden message.
#OscarsSoWhite Creator April Reign on Hollywood’s Progress, and What Work Still Needs to Be Done
A Novelist in Season Ali Smith’s new quartet starts with Autumn and is set right … about … now.
It’s Bad The first month of the Trump presidency has been more cruel and destructive than the majority of Americans feared. The worst is yet to come.