Reading Time: 6 minutes Was the sacking of the Capitol a one-off, or a deadly portent of things to come?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today Americans honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who gave so much for a country that gave him so little in return. Take a few minutes to find out more about the man who made the US a better place and paid for it with his life.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Despite serious competition from rising opposition candidate, Bobi Wine, Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni wins election to a seventh term in office.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) may side with Republican opponents against a new round of stimulus checks, depriving Biden of the majority he needs for his relief plan.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The FBI, ATF, and state police stopped a planned attack by white supremacists in Virginia in 2020; what did they do to stop the Capitol insurrection in 2021?
Reading Time: < 1 minute Social media companies enabled Donald Trump’s rise, but when we depend on them to communicate we all are at the mercy of their whims.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Switzerland has long worn a public mask of neutrality to conduct business in countries where civil liberties are compromised. Beneath this façade of respectability lies a slippery and ugly truth.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Welcome to WhoWhatWhy’s weekly COVID-19 roundup. There’s a lot of virus coverage out there, so this feature will give you a dose of the latest news.
Reading Time: < 1 minute After he incited the attempted Capitol coup and asked for $20,000 per day in legal fees, the White House is blocking Rudy Giuliani’s calls to President Trump.
Reading Time: 20 minutes Why the US Senate is no longer “the world’s greatest deliberative body,” and where it went wrong.