The United Nations Refugee Agency now reports that more than 420,000 people have fled the violence in Burma since August 24.
Marine Le Pen’s right-hand man has quit the party, a move that will impact its efforts to rebrand.
After observing grown-ups struggling with tasks, 1-year-old babies make more effort themselves.
What will new U.S. sanctions achieve?
A new film details the reason the star postponed her recent tour—and will test cultural attitudes about gender, pain, and pop.
Three Caltech students have shown that these brainless animals have their own version of slumber.
In her new book, the law professor Mehrsa Baradaran argues that economic self-sufficiency can only go so far without government backing.
“Seeing those words made me disgusted and disappointed—disgusted by these sentiments and disappointed that our systems allowed this.”
A letter from a Netflix lawyer proves that even the coldest of writing forms is not immune to the imperative of having a corporate “voice.”
The largest community on Antarctica is set for a series of radical upgrades to its decaying infrastructure.
Politicians argue immigrants should just “get in line” if they want to live in the United States. But the process itself can take decades.
The president has made a mockery of a promise at the core of his campaign. It is time for the #MAGA media to tell his supporters the truth.
Emma Stone and Steve Carell star as Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, who faced off in a famed 1973 tennis match with surprising resonance for today.
Physicians rarely agree on anything as strongly as they do that the Graham-Cassidy health-care bill is harmful.
The most important technological advances of the past decade are converging inside the battle for your phone’s camera.
Girls in the Middle East do better than boys in school by a greater margin than almost anywhere else in the world: a case study in motivation, mixed messages, and the condition of boys everywhere.
Willie Parker discusses his Christian faith, teen moms, and what’s next for abortion access.
A conversation with the editor of Hotels, a trade publication covering full-service and luxury lodging
Sean Spicer at the Emmys? It’s the latest illustration that members of the establishment are held to different standards.
Modern Meadow’s factory will crank out leather via yeast fermentation.
The economic records of former presidents hold a lesson for Donald Trump.
Their debt-ceiling deal with President Trump cleared up a busy congressional calendar and may have removed a big hurdle for Republicans facing a September 30 deadline.
As she presides over the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims, the Burmese leader stands to lose her status as secular saint.
The country’s sacrosanct labor code has been fiercely guarded by unions—but the president has his own ideas.
A new technique could revolutionize how a neurodegenerative disease afflicting contact sports is treated.
If you happen to be in Redlands, California, on Thursday evening, September 21, I suggest you go by the headquarters…
Responses to Trump’s UN speech, destruction in Mexico City, Jimmy Kimmel’s response to Obamacare repeal, and more
Jeffrey Gerrish’s decision to cast a ballot in Virginia isn’t so much a gotcha on him as it is on the president’s voter-fraud commission.
President Trump told reporters he has made a decision on whether to abandon the Iran deal, but refused to comment further.
Even Iran, with its abysmal human-rights record, feels comfortable criticizing the U.S.