Neil MacGregor has chosen to open his new book with a statement of what it is not. Living with the Gods, he writes, is neither a history of religion, nor an argument in favour of faith, nor a defence any
Even if "Location History" is off on your phone, Google often still stores your precise location . Here are some things you can do to delete those markers and keep your location as private as possible.
White House to withdraw nomination of controversial figure to chair Council on Environmental Quality The nomination of Kathleen Hartnett White, a climate change sceptic, to serve as Donald Trump’s top
Three recent incidents seem to highlight a quirk of sociology. Last fall, Arthur Wagner was part of something remarkable: His political party, the anti-Islam, anti-immigrant Alternative für Deutschland,
Barnes deftly explores time and memory in his latest novel, about an older man recalling the romance that defined his life Like his Man Booker-winning 2011 novel The Sense of an Ending, and indeed his
By Amanda Erickson Amanda Erickson Foreign affairs reporter focusing on the post-Soviet world Email Bio Follow It’s been a chaotic year, and a strange one. So much of what’s happened seems scary, or at
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When President Trump adds his distinctive signature to the tax bill, he will also be making a huge bet that the Republican strategy of deep cuts for businesses and wealthy individuals will fuel extraordinary
The insane job of London's most well-connected man, who educates the superrich on where to eat, drink, play, and sleep
• Hugo Campbell-Davys is the founder of Urbanologie, an invitation-only luxury lifestyle app for high net worth individuals.• He sniffs out London's most exclusive hangouts to give members the heads on
These days there's no excuse not to feed your brain. You don't need to upend your life and go back to school to get smarter. Nor do you need to find tens of thousands for tuition. Instead, you can enroll
A beer commercial icon became an unlikely pal to the president of the United States. It stayed interesting. “Damn,” he said in a half-hushed whisper. “This guy’s good.” I could hear President Obama as
A new book argues that conversations about Muslims in America and Europe are about more than rights and freedoms. Controversies over Islam take somewhat different shapes in Europe and the United States.