Chrissy Teigen Is in Command
The queen of the Internet is going offline to build a better future for her kids—and the rest of us.
An American Love Story
The hit show 90 Day Fiancé shines an unsparing light on America’s fascination with marriage and anxiety about immigration.
By Prachi Gupta
Janet Mock: Up-Front and Unafraid
The multihyphenate reflects on her past (including her coming out story in this magazine), the present movement for Black trans lives, and how she’s shaping the future of Hollywood.
By Kimberley Moran
100 Influential Women on Why They’re Voting in the 2020 Election
“I am voting because I want change. I want radical, life-altering, culture-shifting change.”
By Rachel Epstein
Can Guaranteed Income Help Americans Escape Poverty?
Ciara McDonald, a single mother of three in Jackson, Mississippi, received $1,000 a month for a year. Here’s what happened.
By Katia Savchuk
Battle for the Waves
After decades of fighting for recognition by the IOC, surfers will finally compete in the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2021. Three American women are the best in the world—but only two of them can rep Team USA.
By Tik Root
What If Fertility Didn't Have a Shelf Life?
Nicole Shanahan and Sergey Brin’s struggle to start a family launched a new era in scientific research. The goal: End menopause.
By Bonnie Rochman
The First Year Out
Makeda Davis emerged from more than seven years in prison to a life that is complicated, unfamiliar, and, sometimes, soul crushing.
By Stephanie Clifford
Phoebe Robinson Is Doing the Most
After saying goodbye to '2 Dope Queens,' the comedian is building her next chapter, starting with a Comedy Central show.
By Rachel Epstein
Surrogacy Is Complicated—Then Add a Global Pandemic
In Ukraine, COVID-19 has left surrogates trapped and newborns abandoned.
By Daniela Prugger and Oksana Parafeniuk