Attorney General William Barr said he appointed John Durham as a special counsel under the same federal regulations that governed Robert Mueller
The disclosure of an alleged attempt to purchase a pardon comes as Donald Trump‘s presidential term winds to an end, traditionally a time when pardons are meted out
A CDC committee took the first official step toward prioritizing who will get the scarce first doses of any COVID-19 vaccine
Academy Award nominated actor Elliot Page, star of ‘Juno‘ and ‘Umbrella Academy‘ announced he is transgender and his pronouns are he/they.
His comments come despite President Trump‘s repeated claims that the election was stolen
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. As soon as Neera Tanden‘s name emerged as President-elect Joe Biden‘s pick to run the nitty-gritty of the entire government, Washington heard the political manifestation of a record scratch.
No areas of the country are being spared from what‘s hopefully the virus‘ last stand
The driver was arrested and the vehicle was impounded, Trier police tweeted
The Committee to Protect Journalists has documented 207 pandemic-related press freedom violations globally.
From MANK to the fourth season of Big Mouth
Many have pointed out the stark public response differences between the two outbreaks
Latinas were active in the labor movement nearly three decades earlier, and that work is not taught as often in schools
From ‘Tenet‘ to ‘Goldfinger‘
The Mercedes team said he had "mild symptoms" but was "otherwise fit and well"
He leads a top five list that also includes Drake, J Balvin, Juice WRLD and The Weeknd
All are outspoken supporters of more government stimulus spending to boost growth
In the new India, Hindus are more equal than others
The Mock COP26 climate summit is giving a platform to marginalized voices as organizers work to diversify a movement that has focused on activists from developed nations like Greta Thunberg and Extinction Rebellion
Officials are bracing for a disastrous worsening of the nationwide surge because of holiday gatherings
The move comes after tens of thousands of protesters marched Saturday in Paris and across the country to reject the draft law.
First lunar samples in 44 years
The summer of 2017 was hugely stressful for Sofia and Andr Oliveira, then aged 12 and 9. From their home in Lisbon, they watched a season of record wildfires and severe heat waves tear through Portugal, killing 120 people. For the children, it was already clear that the extreme heat -which scientists linked to climate
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. Only one big job remains up for grabs in Democrats‘ House Leadership elections, and the contest to see who will helm their campaign arm for the next two years
The HBO series wrongly assumed its viewers weren‘t sophisticated enough to untangle our fondness for certain actors from our interpretations of their characters