Only one location will be chosen as the online giant’s second headquarters. But all the contestants can use the process to think about how they will thrive in the future.
The NFL and NCAA face controversies, one over whether to engage with social issues, the other about a threat to the very idea of amateurism in sports. But both have the potential to result in progress for society.
The president’s use of extrajudicial killings of drug users has sparked popular resistance among those who prefer rule of law and presumption of innocence.
Islamic State’s defeat in Raqqa was aided by the silent defiance of the city’s Muslims, who held fast to the liberty of conscience in religious belief.
When Iraqi forces swept into the Kurdish-held city Oct. 16, they revealed the internal divisions among Kurds, and the challenges for many secession movements.
'Security' is a big word. Often, we think about it just in terms of physical safety, secure from crime or war. But there’s more.
Letters to the editor for the Oct. 16, 2017 weekly magazine.
As Trump punts a decision about the deal to Congress, Americans can look to trends among Iranians that might support the 2015 pact.
A maker of vital metal products worldwide, Kobe Steel comes clean on making shoddy materials. Its corrective moves may help reverse a global decline in trust of companies.
Mexico’s recent earthquake not only revealed corrupt building practices but stirred new campaigns for accountability. It is yet another example of a regional awareness that corruption need not be the norm.
We posed that question to our readers last week, after a mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 58 people and wounded more than 500.
The UN reports progress in getting armed groups to end recruitment of children as soldiers. Such success often brings a side benefit: It can open a door for peace talks.