Congressman Jamie Raskin took shelter during the January 6th insurrection and then led President Trump’s second impeachment, all within weeks of a tragic personal loss: his son’s death by suicide. Looking back, he considers why he vastly overestimated the number of Republicans who would vote to convict. Atul Gawande talks about vaccination efforts and what the coming months and years might hold. And the actor Daniel Kaluuya talks about playing a man whom many consider a martyr: Fred Hampton, a Black Panther leader killed in a police raid. Kaluuya stars in Shaka King’s new film, “Judas and the Black Messiah.”
Congressman Jamie Raskin on Impeaching Donald Trump—Again
The Maryland lawmaker took shelter during the January 6th insurrection and then led the impeachment that followed, all within weeks of losing his son.
Atul Gawande on What’s Going Right (and Wrong) with Vaccination
The staff writer and public-health expert on vaccination, the new strains of the coronavirus, and whether we will ever take our masks off.
Daniel Kaluuya Plays “the Black Messiah”
The actor—known for “Get Out” and “Black Panther”—talks about his role in “Judas and the Black Messiah.” Kaluuya stars as Fred Hampton, a Black Panther leader many see as a martyr.