We near the end of another eventful year. Wildfires raged across California, the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy toward immigrants led to family separations, relations between North and South Korea eased a bit, a horrific school shooting in Florida touched off a nationwide gun-control protest and debate, France won the World Cup in Moscow, Britain’s Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle, the U.S. held a historic midterm election, and so much more. Here, we present the Top 25 News Photos of 2018. Be sure to come back soon for a more comprehensive series, beginning tomorrow—2018: The Year in Photos, Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
The mistakes of the past are fast creating a crisis for younger Americans.
Five years ago, the flight vanished into the Indian Ocean. Officials on land know more about why than they dare to say.
Here’s how to make the most of it.
These days, it seems, just about all organizations are asking their employees to do more with less. Is that actually a good idea?
The sheer effrontery of the government’s argument may be explained, but not excused, by its long backstory.
A new study shows Americans have little understanding of their political adversaries—and education doesn’t help.
Reports of babies and toddlers being left in the care of slightly older children in detention facilities at the U.S.-Mexico border reveal an ongoing atrocity.
The famous writer’s rape accusation against the president fell victim to the familiar workings of attention fatigue.
The political rookies Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson will get their shot at Thursday’s Democratic debate, sharing the stage with eight politicians with a combined 150 years of elected experience.
While the streaming service has taken over cinema, it’s important not to overstate the company’s virtues or downplay its vulnerabilities.