Video: Gaza’s Deadly Night: How Israeli Airstrikes Killed 44 People
On May 16, Israeli airstrikes destroyed three apartment buildings, decimating several families. We visited the scene, interviewed survivors and analyzed videos, photos and satellite images to find out what happened.
Opinion: I can't forgive the people who won't admit my partner, Brian Sicknick, was a hero
Sandra Garza met Sicknick in 2008, bonded over blueberry pancakes, past military experience and a passion for helping others. His death, after defending the Capitol Jan. 6, left her drowning in grief, she writes, but it turned to rage when she watched Senators refuse to appoint a commision to investigate, then lie over and over again on TV, denying the "monstrous acts" committed by pro-Trump protesters.
Furor rages over FDA approval of controversial Alzheimer’s drug
For days, critics have blasted the approval in opinion columns and tweets, saying there is insufficient evidence of efficacy. Supporters have expressed confidence the drug, Aduhelm, will help patients stay in the earliest stages of the disease longer.
Centrist Pundits’ Supposedly Savvy, Terribly Wrong Takes About the New York Mayoral Race
No, the results didn’t surprise “the left,” and no, they don’t support your arguments about elections everywhere else.