The panel of about 20 people, including academics and political leaders, upheld the company’s ban of former President Donald J. Trump.
Here’s what it feels like to watch my country collapse from 8,000 miles away.
Police are investigating after a stranger attacked two Asian women with a hammer in New York leaving one with a deep cut on her head.
After months of promising his own social media network for banned posters, former President Donald Trump on Tuesday launched a new section of his website that’s essentially just a WordPress blog.
Throughout the world, traditional political organizations are increasingly seen as dysfunctional. But can democracies live without them?
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is reducing life expectancy, decreasing birth rates and slowing down immigration. These changes may produce concerning trends in populations globally.
And, meanwhile in Canada...
Bill Gates is one of the conspiracy cult’s most-hated villains, and they have some theories about the split.
Travel to Somalia isn't actually that difficult, it's just scary. Last year, I travel to Mogadishu en route to every country in the world.
A mental health startup built its business on easy-to-use technology. Patients joined in droves. Then came a catastrophic data breach.
A bridge in the Mexican capital has collapsed. A metro train was passing over at the time. Emergency services are working to rescue victims.
The trial of Pc Benjamin Monk is expected to last for up to eight weeks.
David Cameron's mates at Greensill Capital may not have been eligible for any of Rishi Sunak’s emergency Covid bailouts, but it turns...
On Friday, Facebook notified users that it had wrongly censored them for posting a WSWS article exposing the false claim that COVID-19 was released from a Chinese lab.
This monthly gallery features some of the top photojournalism made by Associated Press photographers documenting Asia during the month of April.
The U.S. shouldn’t just give poorer nations our spares—that’s merely another, different failing.
The second & final week of the landmark hearing proving Britain's political secret police broke the law & violated human rights
There’s a stew of social change starting to bubble, and things are about to get interesting.
Florida is on the verge of passing legislation that would fine social media companies like Twitter and Facebook that “knowingly de-platform” political candidates.
In the chat that “discussed militia-type prepping,” he allegedly stated he was “manufacturing and acquiring illegal firearms, explosives, and suppressors.”
Qualifying for the Games can be the achievement of a lifetime. In the coronavirus era, though, that opportunity can vanish without warning.
Research suggests that the increasing use of the national flag could have a damaging impact on social cohesion
The ease of purchasing or fabricating vaccine cards may complicate the roll-out of vaccine verification efforts.
The plan to kill Osama bin Laden—from the spycraft to the assault to its bizarre political backdrop—as told by the people in the room.
The trouble with waiting to address problems long after you know that they exist.
Over 100 countries, led by India and South Africa, are demanding a patent waiver to expand COVID-19 vaccine production. But why are some wealthy nations blocking the efforts?
The city of Munich has released a terse statement distancing itself from reports about an Oktoberfest event in Dubai. Other businesses expressed bewilderment with the plans.
India’s health care system and hospitals are on the verge of collapse and crematoriums are overloaded. The country got through the first wave of the coronavirus relatively unscathed, but the...
The pandemic has dealt a harsh blow to an already struggling industry. But intercity buses provide a vital service—and a link to a complex national history.
At the start of the pandemic, we asked four incarcerated people to chronicle daily life with the coronavirus. Here, they reveal what they witnessed and how they coped with the chaos, fear,...
How a retired diplomat in Wellington brought a notorious murderer to justice.
Despite a year of lockdown, the kids are alright.
As a young woman, I was wary of getting the AstraZeneca vaccine, which may have a slightly higher risk of rare blood clots for people in my age group. But then Berlin opened up the vaccine to all...
U.S. President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci says Canadian health officials don't appear to be doing anything wrong in their response to the global pandemic, despite rising...
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