Vanity Fair – The Military’s Grave New Frontier
The US Military’s Grave New Frontier: Training for Conflict—Theoretically—With Another Superpower
By PHIL KLAY
Combat exercises have pivoted from anti-guerrilla tactics to preparations for full-scale war with a nuclear-armed opponent like Russia or China.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Weren’t the First Royal Retirees
By HADLEY HALL MEARES
Some retired monarchs found solace far from the throne while others would lead post-royal lives that scandalized the world.
Yes, Lena Dunham Will Paint a Mural on Your Wall for Charity
By CHRIS MURPHY
The Union Solidarity Coalition is raising money for below-the-line workers affected by the Hollywood strikes by auctioning off bespoke experiences with celebrities—inspiring incredible memes in the process.
Lauren Boebert Pulled a “Do You Know Who I Am” After Being Escorted Out of the Beetlejuice Musical
By BESS LEVIN
This sounds…pretty entirely in character.
Joe Biden Brushes Off Kevin McCarthy’s Impeachment Stunt: “I’ve Got a Job to Do”
By ERIC LUTZ
The president accused Republicans of attempting to “shut down the government” with their evidence-free inquiry. His party, meanwhile, is planning on wielding it to their own advantage.
From the Archive: Trouble Next Door
By BRYAN BURROUGH
In a wealthy suburban enclave on the Maryland shore, an anonymous letter divided a community, sparked a lawsuit, and spawned a website chronicling nasty divorces, an extramarital liaison, and alleged cocaine parties. But who was responsible? Bryan Burrough traces the poison that turned a neighborhood into a battlefield.