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Midas Touch • Artist Tommy Zegan uses a cloth to wipe down the statue he created of former President Donald Trump at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel on February 24. CPAC, which began in 1974, is an annual political conference attended by conservative activists and elected officials. This year’s speakers include Trump as well as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Candace Owens and Glenn Beck.
What’s Your 20?
It’s Not All in Your Head • The root causes of anxiety can often be found in the body. Here’s what you can do about it
Q&A: Ellen Vora
Gen Z Is Changing Shopping Forever • How? For starters, choosing brands that take stands on social issues and even reflect the whims of social media stars. Here are four ways all that is happening
More Cracks in the Glass Ceiling? • A new Harvard Business School analysis finds progress is being made toward workplace gender equity but it’s still slow going
PUTIN’S ENDGAME • Invading Ukraine is just the beginning. What is the Russian leader’s ultimate goal?
The World’s BEST Hospitals 2022 • This year’s expanded ranking of more than 2,200 premier destinations for general medical care around the globe and throughout the U.S.
Guiding Lights • Today there are no better places on earth for medical treatment than these 150
Stromae Returns • The Belgian star’s long-awaited new album tackles mental health, fatherhood and misogyny, while sidestepping the culture wars