Alexander was made to work 18-hour days for no pay. He says anyone can become a victim.
The tech giants are offering their services to the Biden administration. They can’t be trusted.
The impact of the pandemic and Brexit have created a cardboard shortage. And all the Amazon boxes in your recycling bin aren’t helping
China leads the world in making electric vehicles and batteries. Can the US catch up?
The era of the Antonine Plague offers a reminder of what a powerful force nature has been throughout human history.
A string of tiny islands plays an outsized role in defending Germany's coast from the wild North Sea. As sea levels rise, these islands face their greatest challenge yet.
A billionaire playboy’s alleged murder is at the center of the world’s most confounding heist job
"I just want to be free," Princess Latifa, daughter of Dubai's ruler, says in video messages secretly recorded from a villa where she was being held following her failed escape in 2018.
The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world
We’re embracing the nomad in each of us and rethinking the way we live, work, and travel.
A child protection unit police officer allegedly made repeated "sexual and suggestive" comments to a 15-year-old girl he met during a revenge-porn investigation, including telling her she was a...
Too few police departments are effectively deploying their resources to stop them.
Finance Minister Simon Birmingham has been accused of mishandling a former staff member’s complaint that she had been sexually assaulted by a former colleague.
The candidates in New York City can barely keep up with a dizzying schedule of online forums. One candidate joins from his closet.
The Senate Republican leader excoriated Trump – after acquitting him of inciting an insurrection. The GOP is lost
One trapper’s affection for the animals is both a gift and a burden.
Solving global warming would be the most amazing thing humanity has done, says the billionaire.
The past year has offered a glimpse of the nowhere-everywhere future of work, and it isn’t optimistic for big cities.
The recent death of a young actress has triggered a debate about gender inequality and increasing societal pressures facing young women in South Korea.
The British university has launched a study to assess the efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine it developed with AstraZeneca on subjects aged 6 to 17.
For 28 glorious hours this week, Solana Sparks thought she could get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Claims that the Covid-19 virus has not been isolated, and therefore tests for it do not work, are unfounded.
From Sergei Skirpal to Alexei Navalny, Russia’s attempts to silence its enemies have been forensically exposed. At the centre of these revelations has been investigative unit Bellingcat
Fourteen people were arrested after investigators found eight firearms, the police said, as gun violence in the city continues to spike.
Photos Moises Castillo | Text Maria Verza
President Bolsonaro is encouraging weapons imports and shooting clubs, but discouraging the tracking of firearms in what observers say could be stoking violent crime.
The company has created a board that can overrule even Mark Zuckerberg. Soon it will decide whether to allow Trump back on Facebook.
Thousands of corona-sceptics, including anti-vaxxers and the far-right, travelled across Germany to attend two major marches, then fuelled COVID infections in their hometowns.
Since arresting Alexei Navalny on his return from Germany and hastily packing him off to prison, the Russian authorities have turned the country's politics into a binary affair: you are either...
Cousins, daughters and exes grappled with the decision to turn loved ones in to the FBI after January 6th. Here's what happened when they did
Emails read to the High Court yesterday showed that civil servants in the Department of Health and Social Care were asked unlawfully to delay meeting their obligations to publish procurement...
Questions are being asked about how the disaster happened, and what can be done to prevent similar incidents in future.
Crises upend plans, force people to re-evaluate their priorities, and bring into focus new goals. Financial markets give us hints of what we can expect from the aftermath of Covid-19.
Eight hours and 26 minutes. I clearly remember the exact time I walked that day. On more than several occasions, I lost my way; on many more, the courage to keep going. By the time I had reached...
Photographs taken from a drone show the destroyed port area in Beirut, Lebanon, six months after a huge explosion which killed at least 200 people