More guns in the U.S. mean more deaths.
The Republican primaries in Georgia and Pennsylvania tested the lingering influence of false claims about election fraud.
Unfortunately for Democrats, this year does not seem like it will offer an exception to the midterm jinx.
Grieving family members have begun to share the names of the victims from Tuesday’s shooting. Police officers have yet to release a list.
A large and loud youth electorate hungry to transform one of Latin America’s most unequal societies could propel Gustavo Petro, a former rebel, to the presidency.
“South Koreans live with an enormous tolerance for abuse” from the powerful, said one famously bullied advocate. A backlash has erupted.
What men risk losing if Roe falls.
This year, one of the last fugitives of the Earth Liberation Front pleaded guilty to arson — at a moment when climate activists are again flirting with radical ideas.
The Argentine capital has always been bookish. When hard times shuttered the big chain shops, book purveyors found a way to keep residents in fresh reading material.
Commemorating the dead seems to be the only action we’re capable of.
Encirclement is a tactic used by both sides in the war between Russia and Ukraine, but it can carry big risks.
This should be a moment of clarity.
A generation of students may be weighing the value of college versus its cost, questioning whether college is still the ticket to the middle class.
There is nothing more uncivilized than the political establishment’s inurement to the constancy of mass shootings.
The House committee investigating the Capitol assault has heard accounts of the former president’s remarks as he watched the riot unfold on television.
Republicans keep the country ricocheting from one gun violence tragedy to another.
In 1791, enslaved Haitians ousted the French and founded a nation. But France made generations of Haitians pay for their freedom. How much it cost them was a mystery, until now.
The subway is at a critical moment as transit officials struggle to bring back riders, to shore up the system’s finances and to address fears over safety.
In Uvalde, Texas, where 19 children and two teachers were killed, everyone, it seemed, had a connection to those lost.
When everything seems awful, one little ray of sun …
A day after the massacre in Uvalde, Tex., parents and caregivers agonized over the safety of America’s children.
After Andrew Abdullah fatally shot a Q train passenger, others in the same car feared they would be next, a prosecutor told a judge on Wednesday.
What we’re doing on guns isn’t working. We need new approaches.
And this year, we made a bucket list to get you started.
With war raging in Ukraine, and the coronavirus still circulating, many in Europe say they have bigger worries than monkeypox. Some organizations, however, have raised concerns about stigma.
In recent subpoenas, federal prosecutors investigating alternate slates of pro-Trump electors sought information about Rudolph W. Giuliani, John Eastman and others.
As the head of Capital Cities Communications, he engineered the acquisition of the TV giant. He later sold the company to Disney, at a huge profit.
What can the experience of some of the Sandy Hook parents tell us about what now awaits those who lost children in Uvalde, Texas?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson presided over an office in which there were widespread violations of coronavirus restrictions, an inquiry found. Follow updates.
The first names of the victims from Tuesday’s shooting started being released by grieving family members. Police have yet to release a list.
Permissive guns laws abet domestic and foreign terrorism.
Gun violence has killed more children and destroyed another community.
Blistering spring temperatures have devastated crops of the country’s most beloved fruit. “The soul of a farmer shudders at seeing these fruitless trees,” one grower said.
The president’s endorsed candidates were losers up and down the primary ballot, raising questions about the firmness of his grip on the Republican Party.
According to a recent report, many of these ‘charismatic’ wildflowers are threatened with extinction. Here’s what you can do to help.
The Biden administration plans to offer those with loans in default a fresh start. It would help borrowers and the government alike.
The legal battle over the gravel route could gut an environmental law that the 39th president called one of his highest achievements.
Apple’s do-it-yourself tools and instructions are far from ideal for most of us. I know this because I broke my phone trying to use them.
Loren Bouchard’s accidental career as a comedy mogul has now brought his TV family to the big screen.
A wave of parents has been radicalized by Covid-era misinformation to reject ordinary childhood immunizations — with potentially lethal consequences.
Hollywood thinks he might be the next big star. But with the risky “Elvis” riding on his performance, the magnetic actor is feeling the pressure.
Adrienne Jensen does not know Pam Shriver, the 22-time Grand Slam doubles champion, but both believe tennis needs to change its approach toward predatory coaches.
An attack at a Buffalo supermarket. A California church pierced by gunfire. And now 19 elementary school students killed in Uvalde, Texas.
What made John Eastman so eager to foment a constitutional crisis?
A global buyers’ club of more than 50 companies, including Microsoft and Ford Motor, say they will buy “green” steel, aluminum and other commodities by 2030.
Despite the terrifying experience of armed protesters picketing Jocelyn Benson’s house, she supports the right to protest outside public officials’ homes.
Even scholars of polarization are polarized.
Georgia voters rejected Donald Trump’s 2020 fixation, G.O.P. governors proved their strength, and Georgia Democrats backed a gun-control champion on the day of a horrifying school shooting in Texas.
A debate on what it means to voice dissent, and how to tell whether it’s made a difference.
Two years after the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, the mayor has tried to overhaul the police, but many residents say that genuine change has been slow in coming.