Yep, it's bleak, says expert who tested 1970s end-of-the-world prediction
t a UN sustainability meeting several years ago, an economic policy officer came up to Gaya Herrington and introduced himself.
If college campuses are embracing vaccine mandates, businesses should, too
When it's isolated and examined, the decision by the University of California almost looks courageous: Get vaccinated or you're not allowed on any UC campus this fall.
Opinion | Why I'm Sure Trump Will Run for President in 2024
Mr. Wolff is the author of three books about the Trump presidency.
To write three books in four years about Donald Trump has been an immersion into his obsessions and fixations.
'This is a full-circle moment': inside Kanye West's Donda listening party
he circular ring of screens at the top of the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta went dark at 9.42pm on Thursday.
Lyrics on freedom that strike a chord | Brief letters
I applaud Dawn Butler for her honesty in calling out the lies of this morally bankrupt prime minister and cabinet ( Dawn Butler ejected from Commons for saying Johnson has lied repeatedly, 22 July).
Al Qaeda video threat prompts warning to French prefectures over the summer
A woman reads messages at a makeshift shrine set up after the November 2015 attack on the Bataclan. Photo: Matthieu Alexandre / AFP
What is the 'right to be forgotten'? | IT PRO
Despite sparking the 'right to be forgotten' principle, it's with some irony that Mario Costeja Gonzalez will always be remembered.
'A terrifying precedent': author describes struggle to publish British army history
In the summer of 2015, journalist Simon Akam was thrilled when Penguin Random House (PRH) imprint William Heinemann won a five-way auction to publish his book, The Changing of the Guard.
What Gurbir Grewal Learned as the Nation's First Sikh Attorney General
New Jersey's former attorney general is leaving one of the most powerful law enforcement roles in the country to play a key role at the S.E.C.