- The Guardian - Michael Safi in Amman, Andrew Roth in Moscow and Martin Chulov in Beirut
Anger and dismay has been building in Beirut as officials admitted that a massive port explosion that killed at least 135 people, injured thousands and left many more homeless was foreseeable and had the
- The Globe and Mail - Tim Shufelt
Gold prices soared to record highs on Tuesday, closing at more than US$2,000 an ounce for the first time in history, as U.S. policy makers prepare to unleash another round of pandemic-related spending.
- My Modern Met - Sonya Harris
It started as a poem, filled with lines inviting readers to listen to “the whisper” and act. Then it became a children’s book with majestic owls and other airy illustrations. Now, Tom Rivett-Carnac‘s book
- Forbes - Jeff McMahon
The climate-change conversation focused on responsibility to future generations until Greta Thunberg refocused it on present generations, said a renowned theoretical physicist. And that has implications