The Israel-Hamas war has reached even into this week’s global climate summit. But some say that’s appropriate. Worldwide, addressing climate change can create conditions for
Israel’s crackdown on freedom of expression is being derided as a national loyalty campaign targeting its Palestinian citizens. The restrictions threaten efforts to foster peace
The death of a young Pakistani woman has many wondering what it would take to rid the country of so-called honor killings.
Voters in one of Latin America’s stablest countries seek a new legal code based on justice and equality.
Alaska Airlines has proposed to buy Hawaiian Airlines for $1 billion. The deal raises questions about antitrust regulations and whether there has been too much
In “Dwell Time: A Memoir of Art, Exile, and Repair,” Rosa Lowinger writes with compassion about the dislocation her parents experienced after leaving Cuba for
A series of one-day strikes, held by the California Faculty Association, have begun across California State University campuses, pushing for a 12% salary increase and
Ice cream is the national food in the Andean nation of Ecuador. Ecuadorians say they like their creamsicles, soft-serves, and sorbets more than anyone.