Big changes are in the offing, but they will arrive slowly. Classroom practices, for better or worse, are among the stickiest of human institutions.
Whatever Hunter Biden’s legal fate, the MAGA Republican attempt to use his sins to tarnish his father — including an impeachment inquiry — is built on an absence of evidence of wrongdoing on the part of the president.
Jann Wenner shoots himself in the foot with his own canon
The spike in childhood poverty shows that while America will rise to meet a crisis, we just as reliably create another one when we slouch back into apathy.
Elon Musk is venturing into some dangerous territory about Jews.
In some states, the widespread disenrollment of children seems to be happening not by accident but by design.
Computing advances could soon profoundly change lives by restoring speech and eventually other functions.
It could’ve been a powerful message resonating beyond sports. It’s a pity that with the world watching, he didn’t lean in himself.
Fulton County DA Fani Willis’s indictment of Trump and his collaborators relies on an evidentiary trail that leaves little doubt about fraudulent conspiracy.
The rule of law is the glue that holds our country together. If we are to survive as a democracy, we must continue to respect and protect it.
Trump is unlikely to be the last sitting president to try to overturn the people’s vote.
Be wary of anyone with a pat explanation for why COVID waves rise and fall.
Lest you think air travel couldn’t possibly get more miserable, climate change is here to prove you wrong.
The presidential candidate has long used cherry-picked science to back up his conspiratorial claims.
A new study confirms a promising path forward: looking for earlier markers of the disease. Up next are better ideas for drugs and tests.
Christopher Nolan’s biopic has triggered a debate on the rights and wrongs of dropping the bomb. It could lead to a more useful discussion in Japan - assuming it’s ever released there.
Fare promotions and other signs of weakening domestic demand show business is leveling out for airlines.
Humans are amazingly adaptable, but there are limits.
Why does one member of a household suffer a hacking cough but another not even a sniffle? A cluster of new studies suggests some of the answers lie in our genes.
A climate tipping point could make life a lot harder for our species. We’re not yet over the cliff, but we’re dancing dangerously near the edge.
In effect, we are stuck in a new post-pandemic socialization pattern. Where cities — which all the way back to the ancient Greeks were the great mixing chambers for democracy — are now more self-sorting and siloed, due to phenomena such as work from home and online shopping.
Agnieszka Fryszman, camera-shy and averse to attention, is among the most feared and celebrated human rights lawyers in the world.
The loyalty pledge that presidential candidates are required to make to participate puts those opposed to Donald Trump in an impossible position.