Facebook Inc has removed a video of an interview with former U.S. President Donald Trump, who remains banned from the platform, from his daughter-in-law Lara Trump's Facebook page, a company...
The German language invented the most complicated, somber, interesting words for life in a pandemic. And French added the most nuance. And Spanish emphasized sociability. As for us? Quite a few of...
In New Zealand, investigators traced an outbreak to a 50-second window of exposure. The case might be a lesson for countries contemplating a future with no Covid-19
Tracking the coronavirus vaccination rollout and who has access to a vaccine around the world
According to arms control specialist Jeffrey Lewis, “If things stay on the path that they're on at the moment, North Korea is going to test a bunch of new stuff.”
One boy has to sell his brother to the smugglers, another leaves his sister behind. DER SPIEGEL has spent months documenting the fates of four unaccompanied minors from the Moria camp on Lesbos....
The European Union is facing a rising third wave of COVID-19 infections while its vaccine rollout has sputtered.
What’s a year of social distancing when you’re a one-human town?
Investigators, family, and friends are still trying to close the case of Paul Fugate, a naturalist at Arizona’s Chiricahua National Monument who vanished without a trace in 1980. What keeps them...
How social media companies have imported relatively restrictive European free speech norms to the US.
A look at the global research effort to combat the coronavirus pandemic
The U.S. and 13 other countries on Tuesday released a statement raising "concerns" with a report from a World Health Organization (WHO)-convened team into the origins of coronavirus, saying it...
Photos Ariana Cubillos | Text Juan Pablo Arráez
Climate change and deforestation have transformed the ecosystem into a net source of planet-warming gases instead of a carbon sink
After the success of her novel Water for Elephants, Sara Gruen spent years trying to prove a man's innocence. Now she’s “absolutely broke” and “seriously ill,” and her next book is “years past dead...
In 1934, H G Wells arrived in Moscow to meet Soviet writers interested in joining the international PEN Club, of which he was then president. While there, Stalin granted him an interview. His...
How we see attacks on Asian Americans.
The scavengers wait patiently for a dump truck to tip the trash on the summit of the landfill outside New Delhi. Armed with plastic bags, they plunge their bare hands into the garbage and start...
Abolition in Africa brought longed-for freedoms, but also political turmoil, economic collapse and rising enslavement
Uyghurs abroad describe a pattern of harassment and intimidation they say is designed to silence them.
The United States is deporting highly educated migrants, and offshoring companies have pounced at the opportunity.
An interactive, street-level tour of America’s full political landscape.
Not one murder has been registered in Norway three months into the year of 2021. Corona restrictions could be an explanation.
“There was no history of my ever purchasing it, or ever owning it,” said one confused NFT buyer. “Now there’s nothing. My money’s gone.”
“I'm worried about losing my new lease on life.”
To remake society after the pandemic, we must swap Insta self‑improvement for something more radical, argues author Sam Byers
For the first time in Gallup's polling history, less than half of U.S. adults report belonging to a church, synagogue or mosque.
A huge container ship blocking Egypt's Suez Canal for nearly a week has been partially refloated, raising hopes that the busy waterway will soon be reopened for a big backlog of ships.
A joint WHO-China study on the origins of COVID-19 says that transmission of the virus from bats to humans through another animal is the most likely scenario and that a lab leak is "extremely...
One hundred large vessels are lost every year because the maritime industry won’t apply the lessons of aviation.
The Ku Klux Klan’s presence at Harvard throughout the twentieth century, though it waxed and waned, was clear. Yet attempts to recognize and reckon with the Crimson Klan, a brazen symbol of racism...
A new book tells the story of war reporters Frances FitzGerald, Kate Webb and Catherine Leroy.
Locals who have endured months of mice and rats getting into their houses, stores and cars are praying heavy rain will help wipe them outWarning: graphic images may disturb some readers
This week’s violence is an ominous sign that leaving the EU took a wrecking ball to the Good Friday agreement, says Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland
The ruling supports Prime Minister Trudeau's national plan to reduce carbon emissions.