How delays and a partisan battle over funding the U.S. Postal Service may affect the election. Latino voters in Arizona may hold the key for a Democratic win there. And, a climate solution for America’s hottest cities.
Scientists' models predicted that extreme fire years would begin to emerge in the Arctic mid-century. But two years' worth of record-setting fires have raised the unsettling possibility that this is the new normal.
The Obamas and the Clintons will speak, along with other party luminaries. But because of health concerns around the coronavirus pandemic, Joe Biden will accept the nomination from his home in Delaware.
The video from Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who fled to Latvia, came amid E.U. talks on possible steps against Belarus’s authoritarian ruler, who was recently reelected in a contest widely criticized as rigged.
The move comes in the wake of Beijing’s imposition of a broad national security law that targets vaguely defined crimes including subversion of state power, collusion with foreign powers, secession and terrorism.
The announcement was essentially a formality given the number of conferences that have already postponed fall sports and the board of governors’ requirement that at least 50 percent of schools participate in a season for a championship to be held.