Opinion | A Photographer’s American Road Trip

These past four years, I’ve been on a photographic road trip of the United States. It often seems that there are two Americas, left and right, looking at the same place from radically different and irreconcilable perspectives. This week I

Your Friday Briefing

Trump and Biden square off in the final debate. By Natasha Frost Good morning. We’re covering the final U.S. presidential debate of 2020, the effects of Europe’s second coronavirus wave and the improbable rise of the #MeToo movement in Iran.

Opinion | Why Biden Will Need to Spend Big

What should Joe Biden’s economic policy be if he wins (and Democrats take the Senate, so that he can actually pass legislation)? I’m pretty sure I know what his economists think he should do, but I’m not equally sure that

Your Tuesday Briefing

China’s economy surges ahead. By Melina Delkic and Will Dudding Good morning. We’re covering China’s economic rebound, a troubling surge across Europe and a 2,000-year-old drawing discovered at the Nazca Lines site in Peru. Covid under control, China’s economy bounces

Metals tycoon Gupta targets Thyssenkrupp in steel consolidation push

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) – Liberty Steel, founded by commodities tycoon Sanjeev Gupta, on Friday said it had made a non-binding offer for Thyssenkrupp’s TKAG.DE steel unit, hoping to forge a European champion to master the transformation towards carbon-neutral production.Workers of German

Opinion | Oh, Now You Believe in Norms

Neither Joe Biden nor Kamala Harris has made a clear statement in favor of expanding the Supreme Court beyond its current size. But that hasn’t stopped conservatives and Republicans from denouncing — perhaps with a hint of fear — their