The 'war on terror' waxes and wanes, largely in the shadows and out of the headlines — less an epochal clash than a low-grade condition and one that flares up occasionally.
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The evidence on the fatality rate is worrisome but not yet solid, scientists said. It contrasts with news that Britain is vaccinating its people at a promising pace.
The world has changed radically since June 2016, when a narrow majority of people in Britain voted to leave the European Union.
The economic, social and political grievances that fed populist and xenophobic movements in many countries are still alive.
All over the world, the results trickling in from across the American electoral map made for confounding, fascinating must-watch drama.
Once again, the world shuddered at news about President Donald Trump. This time, it wasn’t something Trump said or did, but rather the announcement early Friday that he had tested positive for the coronavirus. Trump is not the first world leader to be infected. Prime ...
Google's motto is "don't be evil." Some assert that such sentiment — common sense for most human beings — is irrelevant for a corporate entity dedicated to the pursuit of profit. Yet Google is no jordinary company. It provides the infrastructure through which a ...