Opinion: As Ukraine dreams of joining the EU, its ex-communist neighbors have lessons
Ukraine seeks European Union membership amid its war with Russia, and the European Commission has endorsed consideration of the EU bid put forward by President Volodymyr Zelensky's government. But as Kyiv pursues this hope, neighboring countries in Eastern Europe can offer valuable lessons.
A gunman in Highland Park, Illinois, killed six people and injured dozens more on a July Fourth parade route on Monday, setting off a manhunt that paralyzed the Chicago region before a suspect was apprehended by police later in the day.
Debra Messing was fed up. The former "Will & Grace" star was among dozens of celebrity Democratic supporters and activists who joined a call with White House aides last Monday to discuss the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
New insights from behavioral science suggest there's more to situations than root causes like poverty or segregation and help us see progress on the gun violence crisis is much more possible than we've thought, writes Jens Ludwig.
What was supposed to be a day of national celebration turned into a day of tragedy and fear when a gunman killed six people and injured dozens of others at a July Fourth parade in Highland Park, Illinois.
The impressive mix of tones and styles that director Taika Waititi pulled off in "Thor: Ragnarok" largely fizzles in "Thor: Love and Thunder," which isn't as funny as it wants to be, as stirring as it needs to be or romantic as it ought to be. Although well paced at just under two hours, instead of the hoped-for fireworks this comes a little too close to feeling like a post-Fourth of July dud.
Election Day 2022 is now four months away. Democrats are trying to hold on to slim majorities in both the House and Senate. They're doing so against the backdrop of high inflation and an economy viewed in poor shape, which is the issue dominating voters' minds.
Minutes after a gunman killed 10 people in a Boulder, Colorado, grocery store in March 2021, a woman stood in the back of the supermarket where she worked in Denver, about 30 miles away, staring at harrowing images of the scene as she scrolled through her phone.