Anna North covers American family life and changing ideas about how we live in our homes, bodies, and workplaces in a time of economic fear, flux, and reinvention. She came to Vox from the New York Times, where she held several positions, including member of the editorial board. She is also the author of three novels: America Pacifica (2011), The Life and Death of Sophie Stark (2015), and Outlawed, which was a 2021 New York Times bestseller.
It’s a terrifying time to have kids in America. It doesn’t have to be this way.
How do you raise kids in a country that seems to hate them?
The anti-abortion movement is about to win. Even it isn’t ready for what comes next.
Tracking down the sources of abortion pills, a brewing internal schism over arresting pregnant people — welcome to the post-Roe future.