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Newsweek • HELPING YOU NAVIGATE A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD
Final Showdown? • On December 1, demonstrators gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court as the justices hear arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case about a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks. Because of its strong conservative makeup, the court’s decision is expected to, at the least, undermine 1973’s Roe v. Wade.
Who is Doing the Least? • The U.N.’s recent summit focused on fossil fuel emissions as a driver of climate change. Many governments are unwilling or unable to cut theirs
OUR FOOD IS KILLING US • Explosive growth in “ultra-processed” foods that bear little resemblance to anything remotely natural is behind a panoply of diet-related disease. Policymakers are starting to take notice
UNTRANSPARENT • How Dr. Fauci and other officials withheld information on RISKY CORONAVIRUS RESEARCH
Gray Areas • In Mayor of Kingstown, Jeremy Renner, known to audiences as Avengers good guy Hawkeye, explores moral uncertainty
2021’s Most Transporting Books • In a year when travel was limited, a weary world found comfort traveling through the pages of great books. Whether in Farewell Mr. Puffin’s ode to life at sea, Islands of Abandonment’s look at new life in Chernobyl or The Third Pole’s mystery of who reached the summit of Everest first, these works transported us all around a world that we were longing for and provided future adventures as well.