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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.

The two-man space race
Jeff Bezos.
Opinion

The two-man space race

Authentic liberty
Vaccination.
Opinion

Authentic liberty

'Good speech' isn't winning
Mark Zuckerberg.
Opinion

'Good speech' isn't winning

What police reform requires
Newark.
Opinion

What police reform requires

Vaccines and risk
Vaccines.
Opinion

Vaccines and risk

A short history of The Week
The Week.
Feature

A short history of The Week

A ship-sized metaphor
Ever Given.
Opinion

A ship-sized metaphor

Cuomo's karma
Andrew Cuomo.
Opinion

Cuomo's karma

Vaccine envy
A vaccine.
Opinion

Vaccine envy

On the path of the Know Nothing
Mitch McConnell.
Opinion

On the path of the Know Nothing

Get a better mask
Masks.
Opinion

Get a better mask

Writing his own ending
Donald Trump.
Opinion

Writing his own ending

Cautious optimism for 2021
A vaccine.
Opinion

Cautious optimism for 2021

A triumph for science — and immigration
Vaccines.
Opinion

A triumph for science — and immigration

Pardoning himself
President Trump.
Opinion

Pardoning himself

Denial's catastrophic cost
A hospital.
Feature

Denial's catastrophic cost

The virtual secession
President Trump and Joe Biden.
Opinion

The virtual secession

The people speak
Voters.
Opinion

The people speak

An originalist's originalism
Amy Coney Barrett.
Opinion

An originalist's originalism

You paid Trump's taxes
President Trump.
Opinion

You paid Trump's taxes

It's not the flu
A COVID patient.
Opinion

It's not the flu

Harnessing hate
Protesters.
Opinion

Harnessing hate

What war does to the warriors
Marines storm Guadalcanal in World War II
Opinion

What war does to the warriors

Our COVID choice
Social distancing.
Opinion

Our COVID choice

A successful cover-up
Roger Stone.
Opinion

A successful cover-up

The steep price of denial
New York coronavirus.
Opinion

The steep price of denial

The power of moral revulsion
Kneeling police officers.
Opinion

The power of moral revulsion

Living with uncertainty
A mural.
Opinion

Living with uncertainty

Rebelling against sanity
Protesters.
Opinion

Rebelling against sanity

No, this won't be over soon
A subway car.
Opinion

No, this won't be over soon

What really matters
A woman wearing a mask.
Opinion

What really matters

Calling Dr. Fauci
Anthony Fauci.
Opinion

Calling Dr. Fauci

The coronavirus paradox
Grand Central Station.
Feature

The coronavirus paradox

The viral test
Coronavirus.
Opinion

The viral test

What Barr hath wrought
William Barr.
Opinion

What Barr hath wrought

You're being watched
A drone.
Opinion

You're being watched