Latest from Victoria Adams Fogg
Our new 12-week newsletter series provides readers with the advice and tried-and-true tips they need to get better with age.
  • Oct 14, 2019
The University of Maryland waited 18 days to inform students ofa virus on campus. That decision left vulnerable students like Olivea Paregol in the dark.
  • May 7, 2019
Japan plans to resume commercial whaling in its territorial waters. It’s an act of defiance but also has hints of desperation.
  • Apr 5, 2019
The rise of tent encampments is changing the face of American homelessness. Inside one, Monica Diaz struggles to keep her full-time job — and her dignity.
  • Mar 22, 2019
From doctor to waiter. How one migrant went from saving mothers and babies in collapsing Venezuela to rebuilding his life, one order at a time.
  • Dec 27, 2018
Within months, Lori Yearwood lost her house, her family and business, and wound up, traumatized, on the streets of Salt Lake City. She spent two years enduring brutality as a homeless woman before she found the strength to pull herself out.
  • Oct 26, 2018
Are people really more likely to listen to men? Do women ever discriminate against them? Transgender men have a rare perspective on how both women and men experience life. And the diverse backgrounds of these four men provide even more insight into how race and ethnicity inform the gender divide in subtle and sometimes surprising ways.
  • Jul 20, 2018
I discovered where I could buy in bulk and bring my own containers, and what I could refuse.
  • Jul 7, 2018
This woman buys in bulk, takes reusable containers everywhere and avoids plastic. The results are amazing.
  • Jul 7, 2018
Lance Wyman, the artist behind the 1968 Mexico Olympics, illustrated the cover of The Post’s special section. We talked with him and two other renowned graphic designers, Milton Glaser and George Lois, about their work, including sketches of iconic Esquire covers from 50 years ago.
  • May 30, 2018