Headlines edition

Tuesday headlines: We didn’t bite Beyoncé.

The March for our Lives movement could succeed where others have failed because of "issue intensity."

White people don’t frame Trump’s vast negligence as racial, but they should.

Federal arts funding actually went up under Trump’s administration.

It required a Fox News host to inform Treasury Secretary Mnuchin that line-item vetoes are unconstitutional.

America’s two-party system may be dysfunctional, but it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

"We’ve been living in a world run by Afflecks for so long, will we even know ourselves when they’re gone?"

Eastern Europe gets orange snow, caused by sand from Sahara desert storms mixing with snow and rain.

Experts got it wrong: the Great Pacific Garbage Patch isn't the size of France. It's the size of three Frances.

A remarkable photo-essay shows a Palestinian’s daily commute through an Israeli checkpoint.

For elite runners, heaven and hell combine in the extremes of California's Death Valley.

Hollywood made a film about the true story of a group of friends who've been playing a game of tag for 30 years.

A lawsuit against Kanye West for copying camouflage appears to be "insane," or a very expensive marketing stunt.

It’s only right that we mark Johann Sebastian’s 333rd birthday not with the usual seriousness and solemnity, but with the exuberance of the season: this composer and his musical wife knew not just how to make babies, but also how to sing about sex. On Bach and the eroticism of springtime.