After relatively smooth fall elections, America seems less vulnerable to a crisis of legitimacy. But experts still warn of ...
With “Devotion,” a Black filmmaker pays homage to his father and to a historical friendship that shows the many sides of ...
Explorers, armies, and tourists over centuries wrought changes to the Tibetan plateau, writes John Keay in “Himālaya: ...
The New York-based Center for Jewish History is providing DNA testing kits for free to Holocaust survivors and their children ...
Not one suicide bombing, but two. That is what one Somali man survived. But his losses have been profound, testing his and ...
Former Chinese President Jiang Zemin, who died Wednesday, led communist China through massive economic growth and ...
Far-right parties carry baggage of the past when racism was more openly expressed. A youthful new leader in France hopes to ...
Two leaders of the antigovernment militia Oath Keepers have been found guilty of sedition for efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The verdict marks a significant milestone for the ...
In “Misinformation Nation,” historian Jordan E. Taylor explores America’s long history of partisan news.
Pakistan has been ruled either directly or indirectly by the army for 75 years. Now, both hope and skepticism abound as ...
The U.S. government has set aside $250 million to restore the Salton Sea, a drying California lake. The money will come out ...
Mistakes during Covid-19 brought election losses for Taiwan’s ruling party. The party leader accepted the people’s judgment ...