Sudan Fears ‘Ghost of Civil War’ as Explosions Rock Capital
The civilian death toll is climbing and concern over a broader conflict is growing as rival generals vie for control of Africa’s third-largest country.
Two Children, a Burst of Gunfire and the Year That Came After
When a gunman opened fire in two classrooms in Uvalde, Texas, 19 children died. Two fourth graders wounded in the massacre are still trying to recover.
Google Devising Radical Search Changes to Beat Back A.I. Rivals
The tech giant is sprinting to protect its core business with a flurry of projects, including updates to its search engine and plans for an all-new one.
When Freezing Sperm Makes a Patriotic Statement
Some Ukrainian soldiers are trying to ensure that even if they die in the war, their partners can still build families. They also want to send Russia a message of defiance.