Julia Zorthian, TIME.com

Julia Zorthian

TIME.com

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • TIME.com
Past:
  • Fortune
  • Entertainment Weekly
  • People

Recent articles by Julia:

Iranian Reporters Pelted the U.S. Team With Political Questions at a World Cup Press Conference

Tyler Adams and head coach Gregg Berhalter fielded questions on everything from Black Lives Matter to U.S. Navy ships. → Read More

The Numbers Behind America's Quiet Pandemic Baby Surge

Researchers announced in 2020 and 2021 that COVID-19 had brought on a drop in the number of U.S. births—but now the numbers are in. → Read More

The Subtle References to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Split From the Royals at Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral

Despite the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's visibility, there were subtle references to their split from the royal family. → Read More

How to Help Puerto Rico After Hurricane Fiona

The Category 3 storm left most island residents without power, water, or both. These emergency-response groups are providing relief. → Read More

Why Biden Sat in the 14th Row Queen Elizabeth II's Funeral

President Joe Biden sat behind the president of Poland and ahead of the Czech Republic prime minister. → Read More

The Oak Fire Near Yosemite Is One of California's Most Unpredictable Blazes Yet

A fast-moving wildfire in near Yosemite National Park in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains has engulfed nearly 19,000 acres. → Read More

Merrick Garland's Mention of the FDA Hints at One Possible Way to Fight Restrictions on Abortion Pills

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland says states can't ban the abortion pill mifepristone based on disagreement with the FDA about safety and efficacy → Read More

Clarence Thomas Signals Same-Sex Marriage and Contraception Rights at Risk After Overturning Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court should “reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents," Thomas wrote. → Read More

Andrew Garfield Wants to Solve the World's 'Epidemic of Meaningless'

"There might be an epidemic of meaninglessness," he posited at the TIME100 Gala. → Read More

Quinta Brunson: Teachers Deserve to Be Paid More

"I play a teacher on TV, but every day I wonder if I’d be strong enough to be one in real life," Brunson said. → Read More

Eileen Gu Hopes She Can Bring the World Together With the Olympics

The Olympic freestyle skiing champion, who grew up in the U.S. and now skis for China, appeared on the red carpet at the TIME100 Gala. → Read More

Gabby Giffords Remains Optimistic That the U.S. Can Fix Its Gun Violence Problem

“It will be a long, hard haul, but I’m optimistic," Giffords said at the TIME100 Summit. → Read More

Amber Heard Says It's 'Agonizing' To Receive Death Threats and Harassment

Amber Heard gave her final testimony in the defamation trial brought by her ex-husband Johnny Depp on Thursday → Read More

Kate Moss: Johnny Depp 'Never Pushed Me' Down Stairs

Kate Moss took to the stand Wednesday morning as a witness for Johnny Depp’s legal team in the defamation case against Amber Heard. → Read More

What We Know So Far About the Elementary School Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

Robb Elementary School serves about 500 students in second-grade through fourth grade and enrolls mostly Latino students. Thursday was scheduled to be the district's last day of school before summer break. → Read More

'Unconditional Love.' See Photos of How Ketanji Brown Jackson's Family Supported Her During Confirmation Hearings

The Supreme Court nominee has spoken about her family's impact on her. See photos of her family supporting throughout her confirmation hearings. → Read More

Here's What the New, Tightened SWIFT Sanctions on Russian Banks Actually Do

Here’s what the tightened blocks mean for Russia and the rest of the world. → Read More

What Biden's Sanctions on Russia Will Actually Do

Here's a breakdown of the U.S. sanctions against Russia announced Thursday. → Read More

What Happened to Jan. 6 Insurrectionists Arrested in the Year Since the Capitol Riot

As lawmakers commemorate the one-year anniversary of that tragic day this week, a significant number of rioters are still awaiting their sentencing. → Read More

Workers Are Furious. Their Unions Are Scrambling to Catch Up

As workers take to the streets, some express frustration with labor union leadership → Read More