Heroes in the Wreckage
They rode out the 200-mile-an-hour winds in a neighbor’s storm cellar. Then they heard about the 7-Eleven. In Moore, Christine Pelisek talks to two Samaritans who rushed to help.
What the Twister Left
Letters to the future from students at the flattened elementary school. An abandoned pink tricycle. And a soft breeze after deadly winds. Michael Daly reports from Moore.
The Governor and the Tornado
She’s been thrust onto the national stage by the storm, and Gov. Mary Fallin looks like the star Sarah Palin was once supposed to be. Fallin talks to Lloyd Grove about the storm.
Obama’s War on Journalism
The AP and Fox News overreaches lay bare how too many journalists for too long have been in the tank for Obama—more lapdogs than watchdogs, writes Nick Gillespie.
Afghanistan’s Rape Crisis
Afghans fear the very militias America has set up to protect them—and allegations of sexual violence abound. Sami Yousafzai and Ron Moreau report.
Obama Gets Syria Rebuke
The administration has pledged only nonlethal and humanitarian aid, but the Foreign Relations Committee wants more—approving a bill to arm the rebels. Josh Rogin reports.
The Wanted Generation
Why are millennials so cooperative, confident, and liberal-leaning compared to their older peers? Thank feminism, says Amanda Marcotte.
Those Fabulous Le-Tans
Ubiquitous Parisian party girl Cléo Le-Tan tells Rebecca Benhamou about her new book on her family—including her fashion-designer sister, Olympia—thinly veiled as a novel.
The Many Shades of Liberace
Soderbergh’s new Liberace biopic carefully navigates the campy joy of the pianist’s persona with the hard edges of his personality, says Richard Porton.
Are They Nuts?
Hope & Change?
Where Are They Now?
In the last few years, a growing community of hijab fashion bloggers has changed the idea of what it means to be a modern Muslim woman. By Vanessa Rosales.
DOJ Seized Fox News Phone Records
While investigating State Department leaker.More
OK Tornado Topped Scale
17 miles long, 1.3 miles wide.More
3. Small Steps
Senate Committee OKs Immigration Overhaul
After amendment for gay couples is dropped.More
4. ALMOST DOESN’T COUNT
Dimon Remains CEO of JPMorgan
Defeats campaign to split his job between two people.More
French Historian Commits Suicide
To protest gay marriage and "Islamists."More
Arizona Abortion Law Struck Down
Had banned abortions after 20th week of pregnancy. More
7. ON THE HILL
Apple CEO: We Pay ‘Every Single Dollar’
“We don’t depend on tax gimmicks.”More
8. On the Mend
Miami Face-Chewing Victim 'Doing Well'
According to his doctors.More
Reddit Helps Find Moore’s Missing Pets
Keeping tabs on lost and found animals. More
10. SORRY, HANNAH
Apatow Forgot Lena’s Birthday
“Girls” executive admits to missing her 27th.More
17-year-old Zach Sobiech passed away Monday from osteosarcoma. Before he died, he wrote and recorded the song 'Clouds.' Here, friends and celebrities, from Bryan Cranston to Sarah Silverman, sing along, and Zach had two weeks to see this video before going where 'the view's a little nicer.'