A scientist looks at the dangers her children will face in the U.S. as climate change intensifies.
Putin has implied the comparison before; here’s how the war in Ukraine and Putin’s fate could play out.
Recent research has shown climate change’s effects may not last as long; if we act quickly.
Living with multiple insulin injections daily, his story points to the financial burden for his family.
Some of what we feel is tied to identifying with a similar culture, but some is out of admiration.
The shift in the EU’s power, and how that will play out, is just beginning, but it’s encouraging.
Corporations, such as BP, are cutting ties with Russia because they want to distance themselves.
Among other odd statements, Dollar Stores and litter are somehow to blame for climate change.
But we can use strategies we used against covid to quickly improve access to screening and treatment.
The secret, said the organizer of a conference, is ‘young white men,’ who will rule the country.
The League of Nations failed to keep the peace because it wasn’t fully behind the sanctions it imposed.
This isn’t about posing with firearms; it’s about a willingness to fight and die for their country.
Ketanji Brown Jackson’s resume, her family’s story and her humanity speak to her fitness for the court.
A Supreme Court case could limit its regulatory power, but the agency has other ways to drive change.
Threatening the use of nuclear weapons is tempting to leaders. Even if a bluff; it’s dangerous.
Racial identity is not monolithic; the court will benefit from the diversity that Judge Jackson offers.
His attack on Ukraine is as much about mainting control of his own country. He may ultimately fail.
Defending him in a slander suit, Fox lawyers said Tucker doesn’t state “actual facts” on his program.
Legislation to reform earned-time rules and reduce inequitable incarceration has again failed to advance.
Past enforcement of laws left people of color at a disadvantage when recreational use was legalized.