News from the Trump administration, Philippines militants behead a German tourist, Moonlight shines at the Oscars after a snafu, and more from the United States and around the world.
The state leads the nation in new diagnoses, and close to six percent are attributed to injection-drug users sharing used or infected needles.
The president has faced pressure to condemn anti-Semitism, but does not face the same demands to condemn anti-Muslim sentiment.
Residents of the U.S. territories can’t vote in federal elections, so they’re tapping into crowdfunding to try to change that.
Passengers on a domestic flight deplaning in New York were asked to present ID by Customs and Border Protection agents—a likely unenforceable demand that nevertheless diminishes freedom.
New research shows why nonviolence works better than extreme tactics.
Health and architecture are coming together in promising ways. But the luxury market is based on dubious claims.
Several critical policy question remain unanswered about the emerging GOP plan: How much will it cost? How will they pay for it? How many people will be covered? And what will happen to the parts of the current law that people like the most?
Moonlight won Best Picture, but only after La La Land was mistakenly announced as the winner.
Bill Paxton dead at 61, thousands protest Putin in Moscow, and more from the United States and around the world.
Two of the world’s three richest people extol the virtue, and relevance, of optimism in the age of Trump—and predict a comeback for fact-based discourse.
An Oscar-nominated film explores possible war crimes in the country after World War II.
The Broadway revival of the Sondheim musical, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, is a glorious tribute to the process of making art.
The Bureau has long defended “Judeo-Christianity.” Minority groups have not fared as well.
Democrats chose Tom Perez as new leader, Trump says he won’t attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and more from the United States and around the world.
Thomas Perez has defeated Representative Keith Ellison in a battle to lead the party in the age of Trump.
Ambitious young Republicans at CPAC are torn over embracing the new nationalism of the president.
This week, our “Americans at Work” photo essay features photographs of Melissa Eich, a speech pathologist in Charlottesville, Virginia, taken by her husband Matt Eich.
Director Ezra Edelman on how the football player’s commercial success became a beacon for African Americans
Ellen Stofan was the only woman to testify at a congressional hearing about the future of space exploration—and the only person left out of the official tweets about the event.
Highlights from seven days of reading about arts and entertainment
In “American Bitch,” Hannah confronts an author accused of sexual misconduct—and sees how her own past fits into a larger system.
Reporting on the Philippines' drug war
Trump is undermining America’s national security by trying to shape analysis to support his world view.
The president has said his administration is targeting “really bad dudes,” but his policy targets people who haven't been charged or convicted of anything.
Kim Jong Nam's assassination, White House press relations, Oscar predictions, and more.
A roundup of our recent writing on arts and entertainment
President Trump spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference.