Amid #MeToo, more colleges host women as graduation speakers

For the first time in at least two decades, the majority of the nation’s top colleges are featuring women as their spring commencement speakers, a shift that

Interview | Willy Duraffourg ‘Cotai and its casinos present an image of capitalism pushed to its extreme’

French comic artist and screenwriter Willy Duraffourg co-authored the first volume of “Macao - The Cité du Dragon”, a graphic novel exploring the world of Chinese triads. The story

Venue for Koreas summit a symbol of division

Today’s summit between the leaders of North and South Korea will occur at a border littered with mines and laced with barbed wire, a Cold War reminder

News of the World | Tradeoff: No cash but faster lines as restaurants forgo cash

The lunchtime lines at Dos Toros move faster these days — customers don’t fumble for bills or coins, and employees don’t make change. Since around New Year’s,

After Utah passed the country’s first law legalizing so-called free- range parenting, groups in states from New York to Texas are pushing for similar steps to bolster

News of the world | Champion’s League: Ronaldo scores stunner as Madrid beats Juventus 3-0

Cristiano Ronaldo's latest masterpiece was so good even the opposing fans had to stand up and applaud. Ronaldo pulled off a spectacular overhead kick to score

News of the World | Phone apps push people to take their pills

Smartphone apps that monitor pill-taking are now available, and researchers are testing how well they work when medication matters. Experts praise the efficiency, but some say the

News of the World | Students, women, teachers embrace activism

Suddenly, America is on the march. This weekend’s March for Our Lives, planned for Washington and hundreds of other locations, is just the most recent sign

News of the World | Academic efforts to decode men gain steam in time of #MeToo

The professor scrawls “macho,” ‘’brave” and “strong” on a crowded blackboard, apt words for someone whose book titles are littered with “masculinity” and “manhood.” He’s spent three

News of the World | Cracking the mysteries of the elusive, majestic whale shark

Despite its hulking appearance, the whale shark has only tiny, almost useless teeth and is sometimes so docile that entire boatloads of people can swim alongside the enigmatic, spotted

First-of-kind nail biter in Best Picture race

Usually by now, a consensus favorite has emerged after months of guild and critics groups awards — or at least a front-runner along with one or two

How the ultra-wealthy say ‘I love you’ with over-the-top travel

Vacations of a lifetime The Taj Mahal was built as a love letter. Commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1631 to honor his teenage

News of the world | Deep down: Rivalry between Koreas, Japan transcends sport

As South Korea’s national soccer coach prepared to play Japan in a 1954 World Cup qualifier, President Syngman Rhee, who’d been liberated, with the rest of Korea,

News of the world | Essay Against tense global backdrop, let the Games begin

On the one hand: The world gathers for a scripted, globalized spectacle of competition and unity. North Korean athletes and performers stream into the rival South for

News of the world | Europe’s rise in temporary work contracts puts lives on hold

Europe’s economic recovery is in full swing, and in countries like Portugal, the unemployment rate is falling steeply from record highs reached during the recent financial crisis.

News of the World | Elton John says upcoming tour will be his last

Elton John is retiring from the road after his upcoming three-year global tour, capping nearly 50 years on stages around the world. He calls it a “way

News of the world | Century after pandemic, science takes its best shot at flu

The descriptions are haunting. Some victims felt fine in the morning and were dead by night. Faces turned blue as patients coughed up blood. Stacked bodies

News of the world | No wedding, no Crown: What’s a royal obsessive to do?

Are you a royal desperado, in that binge-watching kind of way? The House of Windsor, under that and other grand names, has provided five British monarchs

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