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These Three Global Crises Will Transform Our World—Depending on How We Respond to Them

Where is the peace that the United Nations was created to guarantee?” That’s the pointed question Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky asked the U.N. Security Council during a video speech on April ..


How Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Affect Every American

In the 49 years since the U.S. Supreme Court established a constitutional right to abortion, the experience of being a woman in this country has transformed.

Birth control access has expanded, and mo..


How TIME Chose Its 2022 List of Next Generation Leaders

At TIME, our eyes are on the rising stars poised to shape the future. We first joined forces with Rolex in 2014 to launch Next Generation Leaders, our series elevating young people from across fields ..


How K-Pop Group aespa Is Making the Metaverse Their Home

Giselle, Karina, Ningning, and Winter should be tired. They just arrived in California after a long-haul flight from Seoul, after all. But the four stars of the K-pop girl group aespa have an importan..


CKay Is Turning Afrobeats Into a Global Phenomenon—His Way

Chukwuka Ekweani ran away from his small hometown in the north of Nigeria at age 19 to chase his music dreams in Lagos. Sitting alone on the flight south with his parents’ disapproving words ringing i..


Salvatore Ferragamo’s New Creative Director Is Designing a More Inclusive Fashion Industry

For Maximilian Davis, fashion isn’t just a career choice—it’s part of his family legacy. Growing up in Manchester, England, in a close-knit Trinidadian-Jamaican family, his sister and mother modeled, ..


‘Our Blue-Collar Tough Guy.’ John Fetterman Charts a New Path for Democrats

John Fetterman walks into a brewery in Easton, Pa., with his arms outstretched like a wrestler. The state’s lieutenant governor—6 ft. 8 in., bald and goateed, wearing his trademark Carhartt sweatshirt..


This Is How We Quit Big Oil

At the end of the first quarter of 2021, as the CEOs of the three biggest U.S. oil and gas companies presented their firms’ earnings, investors fired off a range of questions about how they were addre..


Polar Paradox: The Melting Arctic Could Destroy Indigenous Ways of Life While Making Some Alaskans Rich

The city of Nome, on Alaska’s Bering Sea coast, has long been the home of adventurers, chancers, and the fiercely independent who would rather live off the land than do their shopping at Walmart.



Brazil’s Most Popular President Returns From Political Exile With a Promise to Save the Nation

The genre we assign to a life story depends a lot on how it ends. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s life has already completed several dramatic arcs. First, the hero’s journey: a child born into poverty mov..