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‘Hype, Hubris and Blind Ambition’ • GE may have ‘brought good things to life’ over its 130-year history, but its rise and fall is a business cautionary tale for modern times
William D. Cohan
Iran’s Women Lead the Challenge to Theocratic Rule • The focus is on women’s rights, but dissatisfaction with the mullahs is widespread. The regime is responding to growing protests with vicious—and well-practiced—tactics
‘I Feel Invisible’ • A SURGE IN LONELINESS AND ALIENATION IS FUELING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS AMONG TEENS AND ADOLESCENTS. HERE’S WHAT SCIENCE SAYS WILL HELP
AMERICA’S BEST BANKS 2023 • With inflation high and interest rates rising, you need a bank that helps you make the most of every dollar more than ever
Discoveries Revealed Through Drought • Extreme drought gripped the world this year, fueling wildfires, draining rivers, reducing harvests. Amid the climate hardship are artifacts of thousands of years of lost history once buried or flooded, now reappearing due to plummeting water levels. From a sunken WWII-era landing craft in Nevada to an abandoned village in Iraq to a medieval horse bridge in England and undersea prehistoric stone monuments in Spain, here are sites that silently witnessed and documented historic climate change.