A selection of the most viewed stories this week on the Monitor's website.
Hear about special editorial projects, new product information, and upcoming events.
An update on major political events, candidates, and parties twice a week.
Twice a Week
Stay informed about the latest scientific discoveries & breakthroughs.
A weekly digest of Monitor views and insightful commentary on major events.
Latest book reviews, author interviews, and reading trends.
A weekly update on music, movies, cultural trends, and education solutions.
The five most recent Christian Science articles with a spiritual perspective.
Letters to the editor for the Feb. 17, 2020 weekly magazine. Readers discuss animal rights, science fiction writers, blustery weather, and more.
Both athletes and elected leaders deserve medals for recognizing the problems of online sports gambling.
The aim of the nonprofit House of Renewed Hope is to help those who have been unjustly imprisoned and to work to reform the justice system.
For Australia and its American eco-twin, California, a realization is dawning. A warming world requires new thinking – or, perhaps, very old thinking.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
Sudan’s move to submit an ousted dictator to international justice would also help reconcile a nation torn by mass atrocities.
Voters in the nation’s capital sent a message to the ruling party that anti-Muslim policies go against India’s secular tradition.
Months of demonstrations have challenged the regime and set a template for redefining community among Iraqis.
The governing party’s collusion with a far-right party sets off a reaction that signals Germans are still on the lookout for fascist tendencies.
Letters to the editor for the Feb. 10, 2020 weekly magazine. Readers discuss naming conventions in the Ozarks, collective nouns, and more.
Turkey faces the prospect of a massive wave of refugees from the battle for Syria’s Idlib province. It needs the world’s help to continue its generosity as a host to displaced Syrians.
Two Monitor editors and two reporters discuss the Monitor's unique approach to journalism in a presidential election year at a Principia College forum.
A rising generation of Americans wants to live differently – more “European,” you might say – but they have to change the rules of U.S. housing first.
Both the Chinese people and their leaders are debating the failings of top-down governance in dealing with the virus outbreak. That alone is a refreshing shift in leadership.
For the second time, a court in Africa has annulled a presidential vote over anomalies. Judges with high civic principles may be crucial for democracy on the continent.
Less noise. More insight.