In the first episode of Decoder with Nilay Patel, Mark Cuban talks 5G, health care, and Joe Biden’s presidency.
John Fetterman has become a symbol of Pennsylvania’s resistance to Trump’s anti-democratic moves, writes Richard Hall
In 1918 humans had never viewed a virus under a microscope. But “wear a mask and keep your distance” they understood better than we do today.
Why isn't the intelligence community sharing the President's Daily Brief with Biden?
QR codes - bar codes that can be read by mobile phones - have been used in China during the pandemic.
Observers with a view from abroad tell us how dysfunctional the U.S. political system looks to everyone else.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Taipei in Taiwan.
Sales of the antique tools have boosted since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, with people wanting to avoid a trip to the laundromat
Despite the promising news from Pfizer and Moderna, other efforts – which may be even more effective – continue around the world
The Associated Press will count the nation’s vote in real time Tuesday and report the results of presidential, congressional and state elections — as it has for more than 170 years. The way...
“Twitter is actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021,” a Twitter spokesperson said.
While Democrats and Republicans squabble in Washington, injustice and violence reigns from Palestine to Mozambique
As the country heads into a dangerous new phase of the pandemic, the government’s management of the P.P.E. crisis has left the private sector still straining to meet anticipated demand.
How the president who has never wavered dealt with defeat after four years in the White House.
What many people who head out to fill a prescription at their local pharmacy might not realize is how much their treatment depends these days on events in India and China.
America has proudly clung to its pioneer identity, which for a long time provided a unique spirit of hope to the world. But—is that now holding it back?
We asked our YouGov Chat users to dig deeper and tell us how much fraud they think occurred in the election – and why. You can join the conversation here.
How much is the site to blame?
Photos Binsar Bakkara | Text Margie Mason and Robin McDowell
Swapping Swiss Alps soirees for virtual “greenrooms” presents a serious challenge to the World Economic Forum, as it tries to keep its power broker members—and the media—from jumping ship. Still,...
After being grounded for more than a year and a half, Boeing’s 737 Max has been cleared to fly once again. Boeing insists it has learned hard lessons from two deadly crashes - but families of...
The explosions that ripped through the port of Beirut in 2020 devastated the city, leaving as many as 300,000 homeless. Following calls by city residents and survivors for an independent...
A year of scientific uncertainty is over. Two vaccines look like they will work, and more should follow.
Social media video proved important in freeing protesters wrongly arrested in Nigeria’s #EndSARS movement.
A majority of Americans favor stricter laws covering the sale of firearms, but today's 57% is down significantly from 64% a year ago.
The UK relies on fresh produce from mainland Europe. But port logjams loom, and we appear to have run out of storage space, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot
After six weeks of armed conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia, a peace agreement, a handover of disputed territories, and mourning
State plans reveal that officials don’t know how they’ll deal with storage and transport of Pfizer's vaccine.
We met at an all-girls school on the Upper East Side and were inseparable for more than a decade. Gradually, though, our differences divided us—“Why would you tell me to read a book about fucking...
Popularized amid heated debates around health-care reform in the 1990s, the catchphrase lives on in 2020.
Gen Z are sharing their stealing tips to punish chain stores and "problematic" businesses.
The Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2020
Before the $100 million Antwerp Diamond heist of 2003, the 1963 robbery of an English train was one of the most lucrative grafts in history.
It took office naps, rousing renditions of Motownphilly, and a whole lot of coffee.
Can America still afford democracy?
Adrian Hong says he leads a group of “freedom fighters” conducting a revolution. Has the U.S. already betrayed them?