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Hungary: The quest for innovation • Will the dynamic Central European economy regain its strength in 2021?
Arab Spring Reckoning • On the 10th anniversary of the revolt that upended the Middle East and North Africa, here’s a look at the gains, losses and lasting impact on the countries involved
Baked With Love • An 11-year-old entrepreneur started a cake business during the pandemic
A GIANT FAIL • The law enforcement and security people responsible for maintaining order in the nation’s capital weren’t ready, weren’t properly organized and weren’t impartial
“TESTED—BUT NOT BROKEN” • A longtime Republican adviser assesses THE DAMAGE TRUMP HAS DONE TO THE GOP and where the party—and the country—go from here
THE VIEW FROM ABROAD • China, Iran, Cuba and other foreign adversaries have been quick to suggest the Capitol riot was a comeuppance for America
WAR ON DEMOCRACY
Putting Down Roots • Rhye’s Michael Milosh talks about finding home literally and figuratively for the band’s latest album
The Weirdest Finds from Unclaimed Baggage