Increasingly, authoritarians are likening ‘genderism’ to ‘communism’ and ‘totalitarianism’
Investigation portrays fossil fuel industry as common enemy in struggle for racial and environmental justice in America
City is sinking approximately 1-2mm each year on average, worsening effects of sea level rise and flooding threat
The economic challenges of the city’s downtown have sparked speculation of a so-called ‘doom loop’. But some say its emptiness may be part of the solution
Mural in downtown Las Vegas by British artist Izaac Zevalking meant to draw attention to America’s founding by immigrants
Bill removes profit motive from incarceration and marks latest clash in state’s battle with Trump over treatment of immigrants
The long read: When economic freedoms are taken away, informal markets will always find new and ingenious ways to satisfy demand
Bayard Rustin, who worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr and died in 1987, was arrested in 1953 under a law used to prosecute LGBTQ+ people
Those under 25 no longer want to be compared to millennials, and have been vocal about it on social media for some time
Residents feel trapped and choked by dust, while experts warn environmental damage is ‘solving one problem by creating others’
Sarah Cooper has carved out a niche space on TikTok, merging comedy and politics by voicing over Trump’s comments
Questions to consider before you inflict the ‘moral injury’ of a risky, nonessential trip
The region’s popularity has seen a surge, sending real estate prices soaring and pushing locals out
Jena Griswold urges Americans to pay attention to crucial but often overlooked races for secretary of state
Internal documents from chemical giant Syngenta reveal tactics to sponsor sympathetic scientific papers and mislead regulators about unfavorable research
CDC study finds glyphosate, controversial ingredient found in weedkillers including popular Roundup brand, present in samples
The US suicide rate is the highest of any wealthy country and the pandemic highlighted work stress’s effect on mental health
The pandemic prompted a surge in the use of workplace surveillance programs – and they’re not going away any time soon
«I signed up to manage their digital marketing, not to livestream my living room»
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