LOS ANGELES — Germany’s 2021 federal election occurred on Sept. 21, with Olaf Scholz set to become Germany’s next chancellor. Though the election is over, it was rife with interference by Russian actors. According to Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Andrea Sasse, ...

LOS ANGELES — As the Taliban closes in on women’s rights following their seizure of power, the state of female schooling hangs in the balance; the future of women’s education in the country is marred with uncertainty, contradiction and fear.  ...

LOS ANGELES — On April 14, President Joe Biden announced that he would be moving forward with the withdrawal of American military troops from Afghanistan — a deal brokered by the previous administration under former President Donald Trump. Biden’s initial plan ...

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 ...

LOS ANGELES — As countries around the world grapple with whether to recognize the Taliban as the official authority of Afghanistan and as the militant group attempts to establish their governing legitimacy in the vacuum left by U.S. withdrawal, social ...

SAN FRANCISCO — Imagine a futuristic city where robots prevail. Since the advent of imperialism, this futuristic and otherly view has often served as the popularized Western conception of Asia. This concept is known as Techno-Orientalism, a phenomenon that primarily ...

LOS ANGELES — In late July, Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) introduced a bill to hold Facebook accountable for the spread of health misinformation on its platform. The Health Misinformation Act would strip the liability shield ...

NEW YORK — It’s a sunny day on the Northeast Corridor as a bright blue train zips by — blink and it’s already gone. Amtrak, the United States’ subsidized rail service, is introducing new Acela Express train sets into service, ...

BY STAFF CORRESPONDENTS SAN FRANCISCO — Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to demonstrate a real fear of rising opposition forces, fueled by Western social media platforms. On March 10, the Russian government announced it would be slowing down speeds on ...

LOS ANGELES — One year into the pandemic, there have been over 106 million cases of COVID-19 worldwide. The virus, which has raged and spread uncontrollably throughout the world, has claimed the lives of over 2.6 million people.  The highly ...