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Diaries of residents who lived through Shanghai’s battle against Covid-19 reveal their journey from complacency to shock to a growing disillusionment with the government

The Supreme Court ruled a high-school football coach who lost his job after praying on the 50-yard line had a constitutional right to publicly exercise his faith

Employers say a lot of office chatter revolves around surging household costs.

Toyota is recalling all of its new battery-powered sport-utility vehicles after finding the wheels could potentially fall off because of issues with bolts

American drivers are starting to buy less gasoline as they feel the economic burden of record prices that continue to hover near $5 a gallon

A grocery store employee who slapped former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on the back was arrested Sunday and charged with second-degree assault

Beijing’s top official reportedly vowed five more years of strict pandemic controls in a speech, prompting a social media outburst—and a speedy retraction of the pledge

Robinhood shares surged Monday on reports that cryptocurrency exchange FTX is exploring a potential acquisition of the brokerage


Joe Biden won South Texas border counties—but just barely. Latinos, mostly lifelong Democrats, moved to President Trump in record numbers. Here's why.

Leaders of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates declined requests to speak to President Biden during the Ukraine crisis, officials say. They both took calls from Putin.

Hong Kong’s Chinese University, once a ‘safe space,’ becomes a war zone

CVS, Home Depot, Ulta and Target all have something in common. They’re struggling to keep up with organized crime rings stealing from their stores in bulk and selling the goods online, often on Amazon.

Opinion: Trump’s adversaries have spent more than two years trying to dodge accountability, writes @kimstrassel 

“Brazil is already the global epicenter of the coronavirus." One study concludes the country might have more Covid-19 cases than the U.S.

The number of men enrolled in college this year trails women by record highs, part of a nationwide education gap. Nobody wants to talk about it.

Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich and Ukrainian peace negotiators suffered symptoms of suspected poisoning after a meeting in Kyiv earlier this month, people familiar with the matter said

Elon Musk has been bumped off the perch as Twitter’s largest shareholder: Asset manager Vanguard Group recently upped its stake in the social-media platform and now owns 82.4 million shares of Twitter, or 10.3% of the company