New reports about President Trump’s calls with the Ukrainian president could push Nancy Pelosi to recalculate the politics of an attempt to remove him from office.
The Indian prime minister holds a rally in Houston with Donald Trump. Plus: the DHS plan to go after white supremacists.
Her 17-date Brooklyn residency forgoes many of the greatest hits and fleshes out her Madame X secret-agent character to spectacular effect.
Getting ripped comes with cultural baggage.
A new strategy for the first time places a major priority on domestic terrorism, especially of the extreme right. Now the agency has to actually tackle the problem.
Bill de Blasio was out in front of the Democratic Party’s leftward shift—but then other candidates left him far behind.
As the league looks to the future, the way many analysts talk about black players such as the Baltimore Ravens passer still belongs to an ugly past.
Just like in 2016, the president’s most egregious misconduct is unfolding in the open.
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“We were strong for each other. I don’t think I could have been as clever or as grounded had it been just me by myself.”
The teenage climate-change activist has taken on anxieties far beyond her years. Adults should listen.
The former prime minister’s newly released book, For the Record, points to a leader trying to reshape the narrative of a seismic moment in Britain’s history, and the role he played in it.
The brattiness has dimmed. Their influence is wide. Their new album is very, very catchy.
Microbes can produce so much alcohol that people become drunk—and sustain liver damage—without touching any booze.
Scandalous images of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau don’t just tarnish his image—they also point to the hidden history of racism and minstrelsy in his country.
Why the consumer-tech revolution can’t seem to survive public scrutiny
Like Ross Perot, the Democratic businessman downplays social issues and focuses on economics—the perfect formula for some disaffected voters.
Maine’s adoption of ranked-choice voting for the 2020 general election could upend a close race for the White House.
A hydrofoil water taxi in Paris, the Rugby World Cup in Japan, a cyclocross challenge in England, Independence Day celebrations in Mexico, protests in Ecuador and Honduras, a whale rescue in Argentina, and much more.
Some presidential candidates have decided, eh, this maybe isn’t going to work out. Others, despite zero to middling name recognition, are still at it—why?
Republicans have tolerated plenty of foreign-policy moves by Trump that they would never have let his predecessor get away with. Will that continue with Iran?
A side benefit of therapy is that it’s the perfect place for gossip.
This summer, Deb Fallows and I visited the southern-Virginia town of Danville, and the surrounding rural areas of Pittsylvania County…
Memes and moments come and go on TikTok, but its fascination with celebrity look-alikes is forever.
Though the continent has 3 billion fewer birds than it did in 1970, those losses are hard to glean because it’s the commonest species that have been hit hardest.
After 38 years in education, Judith Harper thinks what teachers are missing is more time to learn from one another.
Many American students, myself included, never learn the human part of evolution.
The Netflix series is a remarkable study of how sexual-assault investigations should be conducted, and how they shouldn’t.
The president’s move to revoke California’s authority to set car-emission standards is part of a broader push to stymie the states that voted against him.
Members of the Clinton diaspora are pleading with the Montana governor to stay in the race, even if the rest of the country doesn’t know who he is.