President Trump canceled a meeting with the prime minister of Denmark after she rejected his interest in purchasing Greenland. Plus: Which candidates made the cut for the next Democratic debate?
Next week’s deadline to qualify for the third Democratic debate could leave half of the large field of candidates on the sidelines.
The president often implies that what determines national loyalty is not citizenship but ethnicity, religion, and race.
After years of rumored remakes and reboots, the cult sci-fi series will return with a fourth installment to be directed by Lana Wachowski.
The president crossed an important line when he canceled a meeting with the Danish prime minister.
A majority of them no longer think campuses are setting the country on the right course. What happened?
Just a few hours of therapy-like interventions can reduce some people’s anxiety.
Can straight men and women really be best friends? Their partners are wondering, too.
As the climate warms up, cool summer evenings are becoming a distant memory.
Law-enforcement agencies can arrest terrorists, but they cannot settle existential arguments about the nature of American democracy.
AM stations mainly wanted to keep listeners engaged—but ended up remaking the Republican Party.
Using “the ruling class” and “overlords” as shorthand for Trump’s critics is Orwellian nonsense.
The legendary metal band is returning after a 13-year absence, and while its sound isn’t in, its disaffected embrace of spirituality is.
News reports have pointed to serious wrongdoing at the heart of the anti-corruption inquiry that has shaken many Latin American countries.
The next Democratic president should try nominating judges who haven’t been partners at big law firms.
Universal background checks are off the table, Trump reportedly said in a call with the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre. Plus: The president confirms he’s “been thinking about” implementing a payroll-tax cut.
Days after considering the implementation of universal background checks, President Donald Trump has sidelined the issue.
Why millions of people are extremely eager to celebrate fake holidays sponsored by corporations
Twenty thousand papers later, researchers are still debating whether the fatty acid is all it’s cracked up to be.
The women’s-health organization will stop taking money from Title X, a government family-planning program, in light of a new rule that bars doctors from making referrals for abortion procedures.
The president can scarcely afford to continue the trade war, but he can scarcely afford to end it either.
Weight Watchers has a new app for children as young as 8. It might be better for the company than it is for pediatric health.
Constant location-sharing is now the norm for some friend groups.
Hundreds of skeletons are scattered around a site high in the Himalayas, and a new study overturns a leading theory about how they got there.
College isn’t providing an effective engine of upward mobility for most Americans.
Alternate Endings explores how a new generation of elderly Americans is making dying more personal and more open.
Marking the 400-year African American struggle to survive and to be free of racism
He’s unpopular, scandalous, and a bigot, and we may be sliding into a recession. But that might not matter.
They’re a single-use, disposable consumer item—a greener option, but not a green one.
Working on economic policy at the White House, I came to understand that the stakes of the confrontation are far higher than those of trade alone.