“If we don’t stand before the world and say, ‘This is happening,’ we will be exterminated,” a protest leader said. After a long civil war, a new type of violence is sweeping Indigenous communities in Colombia.
New Yorkers were allowed to vote early in a presidential election for the first time on Saturday. At Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center and other sites, people arrived hours before polls opened and lines stretched down the block.
Protests over the treatment of undocumented immigrants in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas are rare. But the death of Jorge Gonzalez Zuniga after his arrest, and the decision not to prosecute the officers involved, sparked anger across the region.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, the Alaska Republican who has vocally opposed filling the vacant seat on the Supreme Court until the next president is chosen, said on Saturday that she would nonetheless vote to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett next week.
Joe Biden’s proposed solution to addressing both urgent calls for police reform and animosity from law enforcement toward Democrats is one he’s long relied on: He’ll just get everyone in the same room.
New Yorkers flooded polling places on Saturday, the first day of early voting in the state, anxious to make sure their ballots are counted given the challenges of holding a contentious presidential election in the middle of a pandemic.
As wildfires sweep across Colorado, the state’s governor is warning that the thick smoke spreading across mountain towns could hide coronavirus outbreaks. Residents are encouraged to get tested for Covid-19 if they have a cough or sore throat.
White supremacists and other like-minded groups have committed a majority of the terrorist attacks in the U.S. this year, according to a report by a security think tank that echoed warnings made by the Department of Homeland Security this month.
As a first order of business — after finding her replacement as the cleaner of city hall, that is — a new mayor in Russia plans to bring streetlights to the village, she said, something that people have long been asking for.
By embracing President Trump and investing in an aggressive Facebook growth strategy, a once obscure newspaper with ties to the Chinese spiritual movement Falun Gong has become a dominant source of right-wing misinformation.
Tantrums, common as they are among young children, are a complicated physiological response related to the brain’s threat detection system. It’s helpful for caregivers to understand what’s going on beneath the surface.
Two broke artists in a tiny apartment in Mexico City, inspired by the unending boredom of a lockdown and the desire to bring something good into a world tormented by a pandemic, began baking. And they have since amassed hundreds of clients.
A lawyer for Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner threatened Friday to take legal action against the Lincoln Project, a super PAC made up of anti-Trump conservatives, unless the group removes a pair of large billboards from Times Square.
Under construction for 14 years, the Berlin-Brandenburg Willy Brandt Airport is nine years past its original opening date and more than $4 billion over budget. The latest opening date is scheduled for October 31.
Gyms in New York City were among the last businesses allowed to reopen and now must comply with a long list of regulations. But lingering concerns about the safety of indoor workouts mean many may not endure.
The fight over sheltering 235 homeless men in a hotel on the Upper West Side exemplifies one of the ways the pandemic has deepened the class divide, and how the privileged are learning that they can’t bend the world to their will, Ginia Bellafante writes.
Vogue's September issue celebrated Black culture and contributors. But some current and former employees say Anna Wintour, the magazine’s powerful editor, fostered a workplace that sidelined women of color, especially Black women.
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