Soaring drug prices - and ever larger bills at the pharmacy counter for patients - have made the price of prescriptions are core political issue. I followed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders as he accompanied diabetics across the border into Canada to buy insulin, where it is a tenth of the price. This FTWeekend magazine front cover also included astute analysis of why drug prices are so much higher in the US than in the rest of the world.
I followed Facebook from a social network with less than a billion users to a behemoth that was accused of spreading misinformation that undermined democracy and allowing users to incite a genocide in Myanmar. I wrote several features about the company, including this FT Weekend cover on How Facebook Grew Too Big Too Handle - and another on Max Schrems, the man who took on Facebook and won.