On Israeli Settlements, U.S. Can’t ‘Rewrite International Law,’ Palestinians Say
Palestinian leaders reacted angrily to news that the Trump administration considers West Bank settlements legal, counter to decades of U.S. policy.
Parents of Besieged Hong Kong Protesters Come to the Front Lines
The parents of young people under siege at a university emerged as a humanizing call for compromise.
Impeachment, Israel, California: Your Tuesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
1969: Queen’s Horses Sold for Slaughter
News that horses used in British state ceremonies were being sold to slaughterhouses after they retired sparked fury from animal lovers.
Blind Student’s Violent Treatment at Oxford Debate Prompts Resignations
Ebenezer Azamati, a postgraduate student from Ghana, was violently removed from an event at the Oxford Union, a prominent British debating society.