July 1 is not a date Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is likely to forget anytime soon. Some of the most iconic and biggest spending brands in American life — including Coca-Cola,
About a year ago, Sangita Gaikwad’s teenage daughter Mona introduced her to TikTok. Like many first-time users of the quirky video-sharing app, Gaikwad, a homemaker in a farming village in western India, was baffled.
The question can no longer be ducked: is Xi Jinping’s persecution of China’s ethnic minorities a genocide in the making?
President Trump is making plain the degree to which the country remains divided by the American Civil War. His threat to veto the $718bn Defence Bill if it renames military bases called after Confederate generals harks back to 1861. His stand highlights the bizarre way that the US military has named its biggest bases, like Fort Bragg in North Carolina and Fort Hood in Texas, after Confederate generals like Braxton Bragg and John Hood who fought a war to destroy the US.
The reports out of Hong Kong are desperate. Since the passage of the National Security Law on Tuesday, people have been arrested for protesting, scores have left social media, chat histories have been deleted,
The boys struck out from their village in Pakistan’s rugged tribal belt and came to this frontier city to work at Maula Khan’s drink stand, a wooden cart shaded by an umbrella on a road bustling with migrants, war refugees and swerving rickshaws.
As a resurgent coronavirus rips through America, tearing especially into states that voted for Donald Trump in 2016, rival Joe Biden is stepping up attacks on his handling of the crisis as polls show the president’s already weak support waning.
July the Fourth is coming up at the end of the week. How will you celebrate our nation’s independence? President Donald Trump, a traditionalist, is planning to observe a fireworks display at one of our national monuments