The Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin was named one of TIME‘s 100 most influential people Tuesday night.
"We are so blessed to be in a household where we have free children"
"When we vote, our values are put into action and our voices are heard"
The teen star says she looks up to the very same kids she‘s entertaining
The "Black Panther" star is a member of the 2020 Time100. He talked about how justice is central to his work
TIME‘s editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal explains the selection process fo this year‘s list of the 100 most influential people
The goal will be a challenge for China, which relies heavily for its electricity on coal
Virtual learning is especially hard on 4- and 5-year-olds expected to spend hours a day at computers following lessons
The late Supreme Court justice and congressman might have felt they‘d earned the right to a golden retirement after decades of fighting, but both knew they couldn‘t afford to stop
TIME Editor in Chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal sent the following note to staff Tuesday: Dear all, I‘m thrilled to share that TIME and Univision have won the Emmy for Outstanding New Approaches: Current News for a project that our teams did together about the connection between gender-based violence toward women in El Salvador and
Historians say that a major milestone in the history of school integration is often left out of the civil rights story
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME‘s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Happy National Voter Registration Day! Sure, the day lacks the symbolism of the Fourth of July, the adrenaline of Labor Day‘s starting-pistol crack or even the familiarity of Arbor
Christina Lamb first met the Yazidi survivors of ISIS in August 2016 in a derelict mental asylum on the Greek island of Leros, which the European Union had declared a hotspot in the refugee crisis. It was there that she heard stories from young women who had been bought and sold, raped and traded dozens
The U.K. government published its long-awaited response to a public debate over the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) Tuesday, prompting mixed reactions from LGBT and trans-inclusive charities. The GRA has been at the center of headlinesand consternationsince a public consultation to potentially broaden the GRA‘s mandate opened in England and Wales in 2018. The consultation consisted
I knew that my German grandfather Karl Schwarz was in the Nazi party. I didn‘t dig any deeper until a remark by my aunt piqued my curiosity
Even as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi promised that Democrats were willing to use every arrow in our quiver to prevent the Senate from confirming a replacement for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, many mainstream Democrats were privately conceding that they have very little real procedural power. The smarter strategy for blocking a
The mortal census continues to grow
America‘s education story is ultimately a story of the tension between the idea that the nation‘s democracy rests on the foundation of education and the inability to ever fully deliver on that commitment
Pubs, bars and restaurants will be forced to close from 10 p.m. in England from Thursday in new measures to combat rising cases of COVID-19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday. Britain recorded 4,422 cases of COVID-19 on Sept. 19, the most in a single day since late May, when the country was still under
A drop of blood can reveal a lot about a cancer, and two recently approved tests dramatically improve cancer treatment
As the United Nations celebrates its 75th anniversary this week, its limitations have never been more apparent. Neither has its necessity. I‘m a political scientist by training, focusing on international relations. The first thing they teach you in IR 101 is that the international system exists in a state of anarchythere is no global policeman
Baimadajie Angwang, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Tibet, is also a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve who was given security clearance by the Department of Defense, according to court papers
Ren Zhiqiang was sentenced Tuesday on charges including corruption and abuse of power after pleading guilty at trial, the No. 2 Beijing Intermediate People‘s Court said
The boy, who has autism, survived but suffered broken bones and pierced organs, the family‘s attorney has said