Long Distance Art, which launched this week, is an international, multidisciplinary collaborative art series with The Social Distancing Festival. Artists can inquire about collaborating with another artist they’ve seen on the site, or have the creator pair them up with another artist of his choosing.
The former presidential hopeful had just led a scathing mock trial of Hillary Clinton at the RNC. We stopped him on his way out of the convention hall.
The Republican National Convention (and its anti-immigrant rhetoric) is just one week in the life of Cleveland. After population declines, many people in this city see immigration as key to Cleveland's success.
Here are images from Cleveland during the four-day Republican National Convention.
Violence at Donald Trump rallies and the ubiquity of firearms at public events has prompted some news outlets to train their political reporters in conflict-zone survival. The World is among them.
An Italian sports reporter reflects on the Cavaliers' big basketball win: “You feel you belong to that team and that team belongs to you, that feeling is something I’m finding here in Cleveland.”
Spanish-language radio stations aren’t new on the coasts, and they’ve gradually been cropping up in the American heartland, too. La Mega, in Cleveland, is the latest offering; one station playing the pop hits from all over Central America and the Caribbean.
Offshore wind power has huge potential in the United States, but few wind farm projects are being approved. Now, a project on Lake Erie that once looked promising has lost federal grant money and may also be in jeopardy.
The Washington Redskins face growing demands to change their team's nickname, which many Native Americans say is offensive. The public debate is also putting pressure on other teams, like the Edmonton Eskimos, that also use native imagery.
Amish communities live a simple life, and mostly shun modern technology. But in Carroll County, Ohio, many Amish farms sit on top of rich gas shale beds, and most Amish there welcome fracking, and its rewards.
The United States has lost about a third of its manufacturing jobs since 2001, many to foreign competition. To help stem this, the president is touting a national network of regional "manufacturing hubs" based on a German model.