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Opening Night • Fireworks go off around the Olympic Stadium during the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 23. The gathering of athletes from across the globe has been mired in controversy from the explosion of COVID-19 cases in Japan to a top official’s resignation over his Holocaust jokes.
‘Going Against Trump Is the Death Knell’ • Six months after the Capitol riot, the 10 GOP representatives who voted to impeach Donald Trump are fighting for their political lives
The ‘I Quit’ Revolution • Restless at work? Don’t join the throngs of people making a job move until you read this
WHY WE STILL LIVE IN Reagan’s America • The 40th president’s optimistic faith—and lucky timing—help explain his enduring appeal
“NO ONE PLAYED THE ROLE BETTER” • Exclusive: On the set of Reagan, star Dennis Quaid and the filmmakers reveal their own views of the iconic leader—and of American politics now
AMERICA’S BEST Petcare BRANDS 2021
Moving Forward • Leon Bridges eclectic third album Gold-Diggers Sound finds the acclaimed singer-songwriter further moving away from the ’60s retro-soul feel of his breakout debut
Adventures to Make Up for Lost Time