As Kyiv Reckons With Deaths by a Shelter, Russia Evacuates Border Towns
In Ukraine’s capital, residents struggled with the question of who was to blame for a shelter closed off to two…Read More »
Up to 50 Feared Dead in Train Crash in India
Hundreds more were injured in the crash, which Indian news reports said occurred after at least 10 train cars derailed.Read More »
Ukraine’s counteroffensive promises to be deadly. These recruits signed up anyway.
As Ukrainian commanders gear up for a pivotal counteroffensive to push Russian forces back in Ukraine’s war, 23-year-old Vadym, a…Read More »
Stuyvesant High School Admitted 762 New Students. Only 7 Are Black.
The Latest: About 10 percent of offers to New York City’s most elite public high schools went to Black and…Read More »
She Attacked Israel and the N.Y.P.D. It Made Her Law School a Target.
A student gave a commencement address at the famously progressive CUNY law school. Two weeks later, she was attacked by…Read More »
Can New Jersey’s New Festival Top Coachella or SXSW? It Thinks So.
A new arts festival featuring local and marquee-name talent is coming to the Garden State.Read More »
Tiananmen Exhibit Is ‘a Symbol of Defiance’
A new display on the 1989 massacre is set to open in Manhattan, two years after a Tiananmen museum closed…Read More »
Your Friday Briefing: A Race to Avert a U.S. Default
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Senegal’s Opposition Leader Is Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison
A case involving a rape charge against Ousmane Sonko has monopolized the country’s political life and raised concerns over the…Read More »
China Investing in Open-Source Intelligence Collection on the U.S.
A new report outlines Chinese efforts to mine public information from the Pentagon, think tanks and private companies to gain…Read More »