Inmate Who Stabbed Derek Chauvin Multiple Times Is Charged With Attempted Murder
John Turscak stabbed Chauvin 22 times during the attack, prosecutors said.
Why the Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Was Destined to Fail
Israeli leaders view this war differently than previous conflicts, a shift that seems likely to yield a longer and deadlier war, officials say.
What Happens to George Santos’ House Seat After His Expulsion?
The House decision to expel Santos means the voters in his New York district will get to vote in two separate elections on his replacement.
Why Sandra Day O’Connor’s Appointment to the Supreme Court Won Bipartisan Praise
Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has died. Here's why her history-making appointment won bipartisan praise
The COP28 Outcomes Business Leaders Are Watching For
The climate negotiations can move the market over time, and it’s worth paying attention to the signal that emerges from Dubai.
Nations Launch Climate Loss and Damage Fund on First Day of COP28
The world just took a big step toward compensating countries hit by deadly floods, heat and droughts made worse by climate change.
You’re Not Imagining It: Cell Phone Reception Is Getting Worse
You aren't crazy—your cell phone service is probably getting worse, primarily because of overcrowded frequency spectrums.
The Dirty Secret of Alternative Plastics
A proposed ban on single-use plastics is a boon for the alternative plastic industry, but are they really good for the environment?
The 100 Must-Read Books of 2023
The fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books that entertained and enlightened us.