Mexican philosophers have a unique term for the peculiar anxiety you may be sensing, amid the overwhelming dizziness that arises from sociopolitical disintegration.
That extra hour of sleep you'll be getting comes with a price. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recently said the status quo is bad for our sleep.
The vote tally to decide the next American president may be disputed. Five scholars provide a history of turbulent US elections and explain what happens when an outcome is challenged.
In 2016, America's adversaries cheered electoral chaos and a withering faith in democracy. Now they seem to be hoping democracy can topple a leader they've grown loath to accept.
There is a huge gap between predictions of untold deaths from the novel coronavirus in Africa and what has actually happened on the continent.
An ancient Indian contactless "hello" is replacing the handshake. It's not just safer but it affirms our inter-connectedness with one another.
How did the British PM and Brazilian president cope with COVID-19 and move forward politically? Their stories may hold some lessons for the future of the US president, a fellow conservative populist and coronavirus skeptic.
As policymakers weigh financial aid for the ailing US carriers, they have an opportunity to help make the organ transplantation system more equitable at the same time.
Several vaccines are in Phase 3 trials. So at what point will we be certain that one or more can provide protection against the coronavirus?
The Supreme Court doesn't have to be so polarized. Many European countries make judicial appointments in a term-limited, intentionally depoliticized way to promote consensus.