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Sound Bites • A SAMPLING OF NEWSWEEK’S LATEST PODCASTS
In Shock • THE NEWS IN PICTURES
‘A Bloody Republican Primary’ • NEWS, OPINION + ANALYSISMissouri, which once elected a dead man to the Senate, is living up to its reputation for messy elections
Decoding the Colors • The Webb Space Telescope is giving scientists a close look at the atmospheres of planets beyond our solar system
‘Like Family’ • The surprising connections between political heavyweights Pelosi, Harris and Newsom and one of the wealthiest American dynasties, the Gettys
Q & AJames Reginato
WILL TRUMP EVER DO TIME? • NEW EVIDENCE OF CRIMES HAS TRIGGERED AN UNPRECEDENTED DEBATE OVER THE WISDOM AND PRAGMATICS OF CHARGING, TRYING, CONVICTING & JAILING A FORMER PRESIDENT
America’s Best Eye Doctors 2022 • For our second annual national survey, we asked thousands of opthalmologists, optometrists and other health care professionals to help us find the most highly respected eye care practioners in all 50 states. Here are the 350 who got the top rankings from their peers
Flower Fests Blooming Around the World • HIGH, LOW + EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN“I must have flowers, always and always,” the French painter Claude Monet said. Around the world, green thumbs who share his sentiment are gearing up for a litany of flower festivals and expositions. Many of these not only pay tribute to beloved local blooms, but also hold deep cultural significance in their regions. From Medellín, Colombia’s “city of eternal spring,” to Namaqualand, South Africa’s magical wildflower region, here are the spectacular perennials worth making a trip.