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Newsweek Turns 90
No Place Like Home • After one year of war, 17 million displaced Ukrainians face a tough truth: Most will never go back
Cracking the Ivory Tower’s Glass Ceiling • How 16 women scientists banded together to prove unequal treatment—and informed lasting change
BORN TO LIE • What science says about ordinary fibbers (MOST OF US) and extreme liars (GEORGE SANTOS)
AMERICA’S BEST Fertility CLINICS 2023
See Climate Change Through the Lens of Art • What happens when artists reckon with climate change? They visualize the air, sculpt the fluid, recreate a preserved underwater zone and process climate anxiety for us to ponder. Artists creatively grapple with environmental issues in an intimate and poetic way, contemplating the relationship between humans and nature. From colorful murals in Dublin to plastic waste installations in Frankfurt to dew-shaped stainless steel pins in Seoul, here are impactful exhibitions that may offer fresh perspective, some reflections, an alarm—or even some relief.