As Xi Befriends World Leaders, He Hardens His Stance on the U.S.
China has rebuffed calls to restart high-level talks with the United States, raising the risk of confrontation in contested areas like the Taiwan Strait.
In a Nation Armed to the Teeth, These Tiny Missteps Led to Tragedy
A workman knocking on the wrong door. A cheerleader mistaking another car for her own. Small errors can have large consequences in a nation bristling with guns.
Israel’s Right-Wing Government Has Jewish Democrats at a Loss
American lawmakers defending Israel have often fallen back on what they call the countries’ shared democratic values. But defending the current far-right government is proving a lot harder.
SpaceX’s Starship ‘Learning Experience’ Ends in Explosion
The first flight of the most powerful rocket ever was not the success that Elon Musk and his company hoped for, but the launch achieved several milestones toward future journeys.