By Carter Miller and Ruhi Ramesh LOS ANGELES — On Oct. 31, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference officially began. This conference, also known as COP 26, revisited the Paris Agreement to evaluate the progress countries have made towards meeting ...

By Lauren Schulsohn and Emily Morris LOS ANGELES — Dire famine in Madagascar, locust invasions driving Ethiopians into food insecurity, devastation from Cyclone Idai in Mozambique – climate change already endangers the lives and livelihoods of people across the African ...

By Talia Tao and Valerie Wu Warning: This article may contain spoilers. LOS ANGELES  — It might seem paradoxical that a film set in China and featuring a Chinese-American superhero is banned in China. But alas, this has become the ...

By Adam Fazal and Shashwat Singh LOS ANGELES — In light of the recent Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, the country is experiencing yet another tumultuous period in its history; from economic meltdowns to extreme social upheaval, the current state of affairs ...

By Talia Tao and Alicia Liu Trigger Warning: This article contains material about sexual assault that may be sensitive for some readers. LOS ANGELES — Earlier this year, a teenage influencer named Du Meizhu publicized her experience of being seduced ...

By Kennedy Zak and Aidan Martin LOS ANGELES — In April 2020, the International Olympics Committee decided to uphold Rule 50, which states that “no kind of demonstration or political, religious or racial propaganda is permitted in any Olympic sites, ...

By Emily Lieberman and Alina Medhi LOS ANGELES —  More than one year since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, educational disparities around the world have become glaringly apparent. Education systems in nearly every region of the world have always ...

By Alicia Liu and Ngai Yeung BEIJING AND HONG KONG — On April 13, Japan announced that it would release around 1.25 million tons of nuclear wastewater into the Pacific Ocean within two years, a process that is expected to ...

By: Ngai Yeung and Thomas Chow HONG KONG — While many countries have been devastated by the pandemic, Hong Kong has done fairly well in containing the spread of the virus. In total, the country has only accumulated approximately 12,000 ...

By Kirian Mischke-Reeds and Carmen Santiago-Ubauer LOS ANGELES — With each passing day, climate change becomes an increasingly dangerous crisis. Last May, carbon dioxide levels hit 417 parts per million, a concentration not seen on Earth in nearly 4 million ...