Why Russia has made homophobia part of its anti-Ukraine propaganda
Grid · Stanislav Kucher
Russia has united around a myth: that gay people constitute an existential threat to their country.
Women are at the frontline of China's protests
Semafor · Karina Tsui
Women are playing a pivotal role in rare protests against zero-COVID policies.
Twitter stops enforcing its COVID-19 misinformation policy
CBS News · Staff
Public health experts are concerned the change could have serious consequences.
With World Cup fate at stake, Pulisic and US team suffer for their success
Sports Illustrated · Brian Straus
The U.S. and its top star had to sacrifice plenty for their place in the round of 16.
Two minerals never before been seen on Earth found inside 17-ton meteorite
Live Science · Ben Turner
The minerals were found inside a slice of the El Ali meteorite, which was found in Somalia in 2020.
Asian faiths try to save swastika symbol corrupted by Hitler
Associated Press · Deepa Bharath
The equilateral cross with its legs bent at right angles is a millennia-old sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.
What's going on at Balenciaga?
flipboard.com · The Culture Desk
The French fashion house is known for pushing boundaries, but many people believe it has gone too far in its latest campaigns.
Bilingual people who know a different alphabet have unique brains
bigthink.com · Mo Costandi
The differences occur in a region called the visual word form area.
Will Smith opens up about slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars
People · Marisa Sullivan
"There's many nuances and complexities to it, you know, but at the end of the day, I just — I lost it."
Take a look at the 2022 White House holiday decorations
Axios · Paige Hopkins
First Lady Jill Biden unveiled the White House's 2022 holiday decor with the theme "We the People."