The Never Again Education Act is meant to make Holocaust education more prominent in America's schools. A scholar of Holocaust studies explains five reasons why that's necessary.
Asian Americans were engaged in an electoral realignment long before Kamala Harris was added to the 2020 Democratic ticket.
Beer was extremely popular in ancient Mesopotamia. Sipped through straws, it differed from today’s beer and was enjoyed by people from all walks of life.
Few white evangelicals in the US say they believe in human-made climate change. This strand of science denial seems to have as much to do with conservative politics as the Bible's teachings.
A team of experts argues that after taking care of essential workers, COVID-19 vaccinations should be given to the greatest transmitters of the virus, who are mostly the young.
While the debates about Kamala Harris’ multiracial identity may seem new, they echo the commentary and confusion faced by other high-profile mixed-race people in the US such as Tiger Woods.
From 'islands of pain' to the 'peril of exposure,' writers have captured the fear, emptiness and despair that characterize life during the current pandemic, writes a poet and English scholar.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe ended weeks of speculation about the state of his health by announcing his surprise resignation on Friday.
Since last summer’s bushfire crisis in Australia, there’s been a quantum shift in public awareness of Aboriginal fire management. It’s now more widely understood that Indigenous people used landscape burning to sustain biodiversity and suppress large bushfires.
The pandemic worsened but did not create this problem: Latin America has long been among the world’s deadliest places to be a woman.