A recent wave of misinformation targeted at Latino voters, which fuel conspiracy theories, is raising concern about its effect on midterm elections. Critics are calling on Facebook to ramp up efforts ...
Our progress roundup highlights getting new voices into the conversation, from men who are calling hotlines to boardrooms increasing in diversity.
Rising prices, whether for food or fuel, are impacting people across the world. The International Monetary Fund predicts world consumer prices will rise by 4.3% this year, and experts are worried that ...
Last week, a boat carrying migrants across the English Channel sank and killed 27 people. As France and England work to put an end to the dangerous crossings, one factor is making progress especially ...
South Sudan attempts to complete its first national census amid a fragile peace and runs into extraordinary setbacks along the way.
Corruption, street gangs, and high unemployment in Honduras have driven protests and emigration. Citizens now seek change through an election.
The U.S. and others have imposed bans on travel from some southern African nations, aimed at countering the spread of a new coronavirus variant.
Chef Princido Texidor’s career has focused on bringing sophistication to military mess hall “slop.” For 15,000 Thanksgiving guests, he goes all out.
The standoff between Belarus and the European Union over migrants illustrates the need for a coherent European immigration policy.
Holiday air travel can always be a test of patience. That’s taking on new meaning as unprecedented unruly behavior coincides with a rebound in travel.