The first president to be impeached twice will make history by becoming the first to be arraigned on criminal charges.
This week, I'm returning to the song that carried me through 2020.
What comes next for Trump, how polyamorous people manage their money, and a journalist detained in Russia.
A meatball made of an extinct species, a vast mass of seaweed, and Gwyneth Paltrow being herself.
New accessibility for a drug to reverse overdoses, a sweeping anti-trans bill in Kentucky, and the new era of the thirst trap.
The victims of the Nashville school shooting, Florida's anti-LGBTQ crackdown, and Adnan Syed’s reinstated murder conviction.
As of March 27, there have been 130 mass shootings in the US, six of which have been in Tennessee.
Deadly tornadoes in the South, climate change’s impact on disease, and protests in Israel.
This week, I'm cooking one meal for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.
The US bills that could ban TikTok, a unique gun violence case, and the Trans Rights Readathon.
A statewide internet shutdown, an asteroid discovery, and badgers on the run.
The Denver school shooter found dead, Trump’s nonstop online attacks, and the irresistible fantasy of John Wick.
The Trump courthouse circus, a new year celebration in Bali, and a Gwyneth Paltrow ski lawsuit.
Escalating protests in France, Trump’s potential indictment(s), and the reality of spring depression.
A first-of-its-kind abortion pill ban, an arrest warrant for Putin, and Taylor Swift’s return to the stage.
This week, I've had better weeks. These things have been helping take the edge off.
Why people cheat, the growing dangers of pregnancy in the US, and the new season of Ted Lasso.
West Coast floods, an “unprecedented” abortion ban case, and the new most popular dog in America
Are you confused about the Silicon Valley Bank failure, but you’ve waited too long to ask someone about it? This quiz is for you.
Police accountability in San Francisco, a Florida threat to free speech, and new books coming out this spring.