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Sound Bites • A SAMPLING OF NEWSWEEK’S LATEST PODCASTS
Roe Overturned? • Move On and Abortion Access activists rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court on May 3 after the leak of a draft opinion overturning the Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Associate Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the draft that “Roe was egregiously wrong from the start” and “It is time to…return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.” If the 1973 decision were to be reversed, legal abortion could be quickly restricted or banned in more than 20 states.
Packing a Punch
Walking on Air
Crypto In Your 401(k)? • Just because you may soon be able to buy Bitcoin in your workplace retirement plan doesn’t mean you should.
‘Division of the World Is Inevitable’ • Countries need to choose whether to align with autocrats or democracies, says a former NATO Secretary-General
CITY OF WATER • As climate change triggers sea-level rise and extreme weather, even New York, one of the world’s best prepared cities, may not be doing enough
America’s Best Retailers 2022 • BRICK-AND-MORTAR SHOPPING LIVES
Summer Music Festivals to Get Your Groove On • What seemed a relic of the past amidst COVID-19 lockdowns and social distancing precautions are now back in full force. This summer promises a music festival resurgence, with events taking place all over the world. Across festivals, lineups are both highlighting international talent and championing local artists. From Afro Nation on the pristine Portuguese seaside to Glastonbury in rural England to Fuji Rock in a Japanese forest, live music lovers of every genre have a lot to anticipate. Let the music play!
Faith and Murder • Under the Banner of Heaven explores both a brutal crime and the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints