Wednesday’s riot in Washington was the result of conspiracy theories, anti-government sentiment, and online extremism—and it could start a movement.
WIRED asked the writers of five of our favorite 2020 titles what it was like to release a book during Covid-19.
Monks stared at skulls to ponder the inevitability of death. We stare at our phones.
This year radically changed what live events—at least those that weren’t canceled—look like. It also taught organizers some lessons.
From record-beating scientific discoveries to an elephant baby boom, this year was about much more than just a global pandemic.
Among the misery and isolation of 2020, my secret Instagram became a portal to solace and a newer self.
Adorable puppies and baby cheeks don’t just make us feel good—they change our behavior in surprising ways.
During a global pandemic, the fear of missing out was replaced by something else: dread over not experiencing what could have been.
From protest signs to bottles of Purell, archivists and curators are hurrying to preserve the artifacts of 2020 before they’re lost.
Skilled in the conciseness of Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter, the congressperson said all she needed to say in the short time she was given at the DNC.