Saturday, January 28, 2023

Congress Votes to Expand U.S. Power to Prosecute International War Crimes

Passed after an address by Ukraine’s leader, the bill would allow foreigners in the United States who are suspected of war crimes to be...

Adam Schiff: Don’t Forget That Many Republicans in Congress Enabled Trump’s Big Lie

The Jan. 6 committee found that multiple laws were violated in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election, and not just by Donald Trump’s...

Congress Honors Emmett Till and His Mother With Gold Medal Vote

Emmett, whose killing shaped the civil rights movement, and Mamie Till-Mobley would posthumously receive the body’s highest civilian honor if President Biden signs the...

Congress Has Once Again Failed Immigrant Youths

All of my years as an organizer have taught me to channel that anger into action, and that in itself is a discipline of...

Ukraine’s Zelensky Brings His Olive Green Sweatshirt to Congress

Volodymyr Zelensky came to Washington wearing his reality on his sleeves.

RSV Cases May Have Peaked, but Flu and Covid Are on the Rise

R.S.V. has probably peaked, but flu is still surging and Covid-19 cases are rising. Scientists are hopeful next winter will be better.

Without a Covid Narrative, China’s Censors Are Not Sure What to Do

The end of “zero Covid” has undermined years of official propaganda, and the vast censorship system is struggling to catch up.

Full Transcript of Zelensky’s Speech Before Congress

The Ukrainian president delivered an emotional appeal for further American support, vowing that his country would prevail in its war with Russia.

Hospitalizing the Homeless

New York City’s struggle to get severely mentally ill people off the streets.

China’s ‘Zero Covid’ Obsession Is Gone, but the Trauma Lingers

After making great sacrifices to suppress the virus, China’s people must now face it head-on.