1. early and often
    Supreme Court Ends Term by Sabotaging Fight Against Climate ChangeThe finale to this devastating term was a landmark decision by conservative justices limiting the EPA’s ability to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions.
  2. the money game
    The BuzzFeed SPAC Fiasco Is Only Getting WorseSome ex-employees, it turns out, were able to trade while others could only watch the shares plummet.
  3. intelligencer chats
    What Has Made the January 6 Hearings Such Great Television?TV writers would kill for some of this dialogue, for one thing.
  4. profile
    Mark Manson, the Self-Help Guru Who Burned OutHe sold 12 million copies of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck. Then he started taking his own advice.
  5. encounter
    Tribeca Festival’s Post-Film RebootJane Rosenthal has run it from the start and now has Murdoch money. And yes, it still shows movies.
  6. media
    Washington Post Fires Felicia Sonmez After Extended Twitter BlowupThe reporter launched a barrage of criticism against the paper over sexism and social-media standards.
  7. the internet
    The Mainstream Media Lost the Depp-Heard TrialAnd the lifestyle influencers turned court correspondents won.
  8. the disinformation war
    The Liberal Obsession With ‘Disinformation’ Is Not HelpingWhy the swift death of the White House’s disinformation board is probably a good thing.
  9. pool party
    The Most Powerful Person in Media Missed the Media Power Person PartyBut his model mom, Maye Musk, was there.
  10. media
    Biden Still Plans to Attend Event That Shouldn’t Be HappeningThe White House Correspondents’ Dinner really isn’t worth the risk, Joe.
  11. business
    When Smoke Gets in Your WineGrowers, vintners, and scientists are scrambling to protect California’s prized Napa Cab from the aftertaste of wildfires.
  12. life after warming
    ‘We Woke Up and We Lost Half Our Water’It’s the first major test of the American political system’s ability to collaboratively adapt to climate change.
  13. the media
    The Inside ManMeet Joe Kahn, the enigma who will now run the Times.
  14. media
    In Defense of Tucker Carlson Touting ‘Testicle Tanning’Laugh if you want, but Tucker Carlson promoting “bromeopathic” ball treatments instead of his political ideas would be a boon for society.
  15. life after warming
    After Two Years, Extinction Rebellion Returns“No one should be holding back. Because we have everything to lose.”
  16. media
    Fox News Surprised to Learn It’s on Trump’s Truth SocialSome major brands with an official-looking Truth Social presence never set up accounts on Trump’s ironically named Twitter rival.
  17. the power trip
    Nicholas Kristof’s Botched Rescue MissionHow the lauded Times columnist lost the race for governor of Oregon before it even began.
  18. media
    City Hall Wants to Know If Journalists Have Criminal RecordsA new policy governing press credentials is more strict than what was used by the NYPD.
  19. media
    Journalism’s Twitter Problem Is the JournalistsDean Baquet wants the New York Times staff to basically log off.
  20. climate change
    Once Again, Environmentalists Are Sabotaging Climate ProgressThanks to conservationist opposition to nuclear and hydropower, New York’s carbon emissions could surge in the coming years.
  21. the slap
    The Complete Guide to Will Smith Slap TakesWill Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars, and now the opinions just keep coming. We’re cataloguing every variety of Slap reaction.
  22. politics
    The Grim Lesson of Congress’s Failure to Sustain COVID FundingIf we can’t prioritize public health after a pandemic kills 977,000 Americans, how will we ever prioritize climate change?
  23. intelligencer chats
    How Bad Is the Ukraine War for Climate Change?Russia’s brutal invasion may hasten the West’s clean-energy transition, but its short-term effects on the planet will be damaging.
  24. the media
    Compact Magazine Makes a Strong Case for LiberalismWith enemies like this, liberalism needs no flatterers.
  25. the intelligencer profile
    The Cult of Adam ToozeHow the impeccably credentialed, improbably charming economic historian supplanted the dirtbag left.
  26. the right
    The Problem With Compact MagazineA new contrarian venture critiques a world that doesn’t exist.
  27. politics
    Republicans Have a Built-in Advantage When Gas Prices RiseDemocrats are stuck with complicated arguments reconciling economic and environmental priorities. Republicans can just chant, “Drill, baby, drill.”
  28. tomorrow
    Why Is the World Ignoring the Latest U.N. Climate Report?The creeping normalization of the apocalypse.
  29. energy policy
    Here’s How Biden Can Lower Gas PricesWithout undermining his climate goals.
  30. media
    Of Course Taylor Lorenz Welcomed Herself to the Wash Post With a Twitter FeudShe goes after Maggie Haberman. Meanwhile, the Times considers a crackdown on brands on its payroll.
  31. politics
    Manchin Makes Biden a Good Offer. But Will Sinema Buy It?The West Virginian is inclined to okay Biden tax proposals that the Arizonan has vetoed in the past. Something’s got to give for anything to get done.
  32. psychedelics
    The Curious Life and Mind-Altering Death of Justin ClarkIt’s rare to become addicted to esoteric hallucinogens. But it’s not impossible.
  33. environment
    Lessons From My Year of Pests and VerminSince leaving New York, battling household intruders has become my new normal. Weirdly, all the ants, flies, and mice have made me feel more human.
  34. media
    Parler CEO Says the MAGA Answer to Twitter Is ‘Grace’The pitch for conservative social media is anti–cancel culture, but its biggest problem may simply be TikTok.
  35. media
    New York Times CEO: ‘The Internet Has Failed Us As a Society’Meredith Levien takes aim at platforms.
  36. climate change
    Let’s Fight Climate Change Without Eating BugsThe New York Times says if we want to save the planet, we need to reduce demand for meat: “That’s where insects come in.” What’s wrong with beans?
  37. media
    It’s Official: Sarah Palin Loses Her Libel Lawsuit Against the New York TimesNot only did a jury unanimously reject her claim, a judge will now move to dismiss it.
  38. media
    If Sarah Palin Wins, Fox News Could LoseWhy both liberals and conservatives should be careful about opening up libel law.
  39. cringe
    Dear CNN, Please Calm DownSo your boss got fired. It’s not the end of the world.
  40. sports
    The Winterless OlympicsIt’s probably not a good sign that all the skiing and snowboarding events at the Beijing games will rely entirely on artificial snow.
  41. media
    Jeff Zucker Shocks CNN and Quits Over Office RomanceHe’s been in a relationship with one of the network’s vice-presidents, which insiders say has been an open secret for years.
  42. media
    The Mystery Behind the Zucker ShockerHis office romance has been an open secret for years. So why is he really leaving?
  43. our climate
    The Future of Reforestation Could Be in the SkyDrones are being used to replant forests, but not everyone’s convinced they’re the right solution.
  44. our climate
    A Simple Solution for Getting Cars Off the Road Right NowThe humble e-bike could reduce carbon emissions while improving your commute.
  45. media
    Sarah Palin Paints the Town COVIDShe shocks the capital of blue America, unvaccinated and unashamed.
  46. our climate
    The World Can’t Go Green and Nuclear FreeNuclear energy is the only existing non-carbon technology that can compensate for renewables’ liabilities.
  47. our climate
    To Fight Climate Change, Bring Back State PlanningThe United States has the tools to transition to a greener economy. Why isn’t it using them?
  48. our climate
    Will Solar Geoengineering Bring Nations Together? Or Drive Them Apart?The case for reflecting sunlight to cool the earth.
  49. media
    Sarah Palin Postpones Court Date by Contracting COVIDShe was just about to face off against the New York Times.
  50. our climate
    Toward an Energy DemocracyWhy political transformation is necessary to combat climate change.
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