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Sound Bites • A SAMPLING OF NEWSWEEK’S LATEST PODCASTS
The Wreckage of War • A Ukrainian serviceman inspects a Russian ballistic missile’s booster stage that fell into a field in the eastern part of Ukraine on April 25. In the two months since Russia invaded its neighbor, the country’s military has defied the odds to maintain control of its capital, Kyiv, and other major cities, but renewed pressure from Russia threatens many towns within its eastern and southern areas.
Into the Night
Fueled by Anger
“Our Lives Are Not Misinformation” • COVID-19 vaccines are safe for the vast majority of people. That’s small consolation for the few who fall between the cracks
‘Re-commerce’ is Remaking Retail • Americans seem to love high-end, used merchandise. Now big merchants do, too
BIG TECH’S GREAT RECKONING • A SPATE OF NEW LAWS IN EUROPE AND THE U.S. FORESHADOW WHAT COULD BE THE END OF DOMINANCE FOR GOOGLE, FACEBOOK AND AMAZON
AMERICA’S BEST Maternity Hospitals 2022
Sustainable Cabin Vacations • Everyone needs to get away from it all sometimes. But not everyone’s idea of the ideal vacation is the same. The selection of cabins featured here from the book Cabin Tripping (Artisan) all share a warm, wild spirit and a focus on sustainability, even if their decor styles, locales or the materials they are fashioned from differ wildly. From a yurt in Alaska to a woodland treehouse in England to glamping in Australia, each is available to rent for that perfect getaway.