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William Falk

Editor-in-chief, The Week Magazine

William Falk is editor-in-chief of The Week, and has held that role since the magazine's first issue in 2001. He has previously been a reporter, columnist, and editor at the Gannett Westchester Newspapers and at Newsday, where he was part of two reporting teams that won Pulitzer Prizes.

Why Fox News was created
Roger Ailes.
Opinion

Why Fox News was created

What Britain does better
President Trump and Boris Johnson.
Opinion

What Britain does better

The mother of all backlashes
Protesters.
Opinion

The mother of all backlashes

Why John Roberts is sweating
John Roberts.
Opinion

Why John Roberts is sweating

Hating Greta
Greta Thunberg.
Opinion

Hating Greta

Refusing to be bullied
President Trump.
Opinion

Refusing to be bullied

Is greed no longer good?
Workers protest Google.
Opinion

Is greed no longer good?

Blaming evil
President Trump.
Opinion

Blaming evil

The attorney general Trump wanted
William Barr.
Opinion

The attorney general Trump wanted

The limits on asylum
Asylum seekers.
Opinion

The limits on asylum

Swimming in plastics
Plastic.
Opinion

Swimming in plastics

Defined by an error
Bill Buckner.
Feature

Defined by an error

Sports as a mirror
President Trump.
Opinion

Sports as a mirror

Unchecked
President Trump.
Opinion

Unchecked

Not what it seems
The black hole.
Opinion

Not what it seems

Not exonerated
Vladimir Putin.
Opinion

Not exonerated

Government by the old
Bernie Sanders.
Opinion

Government by the old

The nuclear necessity
Nuclear power.
Opinion

The nuclear necessity

Consciousness of guilt
President Trump.
Opinion

Consciousness of guilt

The Democrats' dilemma
Beto ORourke.
Opinion

The Democrats' dilemma

El Chapo's business partner
A pill bottle.
Opinion

El Chapo's business partner

A 'moral imperative' to deceive
President Trump.
Opinion

A 'moral imperative' to deceive

When facts no longer matter
President Trump and Rudy Giuliani.
Opinion

When facts no longer matter

Who bought the attorney general?
Matt Whitaker.
Opinion

Who bought the attorney general?

If we really wanted our citizens to vote
A voter.
Opinion

If we really wanted our citizens to vote

A nation in need of repair
Mourners.
Opinion

A nation in need of repair

When amoral becomes immoral
The Saudi consulate.
Opinion

When amoral becomes immoral

The politics of grievance
Brett Kavanaugh.
Opinion

The politics of grievance

Closer to the truth
Robert Mueller.
Opinion

Closer to the truth

Where your raise went
An empty wallet.
Opinion

Where your raise went

To save the church
Opinion

To save the church

The world on fire
A wildfire.
Opinion

The world on fire

Why don't they resign?
John Kelly.
Opinion

Why don't they resign?

When norms of decency are gone
Protesters in Berkeley, CA.
Opinion

When norms of decency are gone

Don't leave us
A memorial to Anthony Bourdain.
Opinion

Don't leave us

The art of the threat
President Trump.
Opinion

The art of the threat