The event was unlike any other in its 144-year history. The dogs probably didn't notice, but the humans did
Elyse Fox is on a mission. The founder of Sad Girls Club, a non-profit organization working to support and destigmatize mental health care for women...
"Diversity is a fact; inclusion is a choice; co-creation is the work.; and interdependence is the promise."
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The arts have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Elizabeth Alexander on why supporting artists is so vital as we rebuild our cities.
TIME polled 73 public health experts, asking them to rate some 50 initiatives that could mitigate or even prevent another pandemic
As tourists return to Barcelona, authorities are trying to find new ways to make the sector work for both locals and visitors.
From HIV treatment to dengue fever prevention, here are the major health breakthroughs you missed during the pandemic
The blockbuster show has given the French actor a global profile playing a hero made for the current moment
Humans are adaptable; when our surroundings and circumstances change, so do we
Seaweed can play a huge role in fighting climate change by absorbing carbon emissions
New tick-borne disease medicines are in development
Prabal Gurung the Nepali-American fashion designer activist, on how it feels to watch his home country continue to suffer from COVID-19.
A Tesla, a free apartment and gold bars are all up for grabs in COVID-19 vaccine lotteries in Hong Kong. They may not be enough to overcome hesitancy.
From 9/11 to the pandemic, Americans turn to the word 'surreal' to try to explain terrible things. What does that say about us?
Climate advocates say failure to share vaccines could signal to developing countries that wealthy nations will leave them behind on climate
Fielding questions from Russian and U.S. media, Putin deployed one of Moscow’s most reliable and vexing tactics from the Twentieth Century in blunting criticism from Washington: Whataboutism.
More than 30 Facebook pages linked to the Sanatan Sanstha were active until TIME pointed them out to the social media giant.
The same problems that kept many people from seeking care before the pandemic still exist