A new rule requiring a cooling-off period before a divorce could be granted led to an outcry, as well as a surge of applications to beat the deadline.
How racism, grievance, resentment and the fear of diminished status came together to fuel violence and mayhem on Jan. 6.
Could better public health messaging persuade more people to change their behavior?
Total coronavirus cases in the U.S. surpassed 10 million on Sunday. Experts say the virus is spreading out of control and could grow worse before President-elect Biden takes office.
Europe’s latest wave of restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus have largely avoided closing schools. We take a look at why and how they are being kept open.
Reversing 50 years of social decline.
Pressing our hearts together is my husband’s fast-track return to the intimacy he grew up with. For me, growing up with a more reserved British dad, it took some getting used to.
Evidence from Sweden shows even short stints of time at home for fathers can have long-term consequences.
Emergency programs have cushioned the shutdown’s impact on workers and businesses and lifted the economy, but may not outlast the coronavirus crisis.
I was struggling with quarantine — until I found the polar explorers.