Soccer’s governing body has long sheltered behind a view that the game is apolitical. Sanctioning Russia over invasion exposes why that doesn’t hold.
The ‘Spiritual But Not Religious’ are embracing different forms of spirituality – skateboarding may be one of them.
A speech expert wonders what this says about the pressures women in leadership roles feel – and the broader cultural impulse to police the way women speak and sound.
Representatives of 175 countries voted to start developing a global treaty to reduce plastic waste. Treaties addressing mercury, long-range air pollution and ozone depletion offer some lessons.
Biden tapped into themes of unity – both among Americans and with Western allies – while warning Russian President Vladimir Putin that he had badly miscalculated in invading Ukraine.
Even as it wages a propaganda and disinformation campaign in Ukraine, Russia is fighting to retain control of the story within Russia.
Assistance that began when the Soviet Union collapsed has grown since Russia’s annexation of Crimea, in southern Ukraine, in 2014.
The Montreux Convention Regarding the Regime of the Straits gives Turkey control over the water route between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean.
A social media scholar says the authenticity, connection and immediacy of Zelenskyy’s appeal explains why his videos were so powerful.
Space weather can affect satellites in a number of different ways, from frying electronics to increasing drag in the atmosphere.
To understand Russia’s war in Ukraine, look to the blend of religious and militaristic nationalism under Putin – on full display in the Church of the Russian Armed Forces.
Russia is one of the world’s top three oil producers and a major oil exporter. How will it, and global oil markets, respond if its wealthiest customers turn off the tap?
Plentiful meat substitutes might be making plant-based diets more popular.
The author’s 9-year-old son will likely face about four times as many extreme events in his lifetime as older adults today. A new report explains the impacts already being felt.
Soaring inflation and a run on the banks signal that punishing sanctions resulting from the invasion of Ukraine are already inflicting economic pain.
Thousands of people are speaking out against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, in a climate that does not take well to protest.
While the metaverse offers new virtual space for classrooms of the future, it is also rife with potential pitfalls, a scholar of philosophy writes.
Everyone wants to feel a sense of significance and dignity. But those desires can motivate extremist behavior.
Scientists are just beginning to decode the genetic messages in your food – and how that may affect your health.
From jamming satellite signals to spreading disinformation, Russia’s military has sophisticated technologies it’s bringing to the battlefield in Ukraine.