Anna Pratt is the Senior Digital Editor at The World. She works with reporters and producers to develop compelling digital stories for audio reports. Prior to joining The World, Pratt worked as a copy editor and reporter for local and national news outlets. She is based in Boston.
Alex Zaytsev has been driving dozens of his parishioners out of Avdiivka, a city that's been on the front line with Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine.
We talked to magazine and newspaper editors about how to address sexual harassment in the workplace.
We'll keep asking the president questions for the remainder of his time in office.
The colorful series, which ran for a handful of years beginning in 1989, was memorable for its well-cast characters, funny plotlines and its willingness to delve into tough subjects.
On Thursday, details of Trump’s January 28 phone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin were brought to light in a Reuters report from investigative journalists David Rohde and Jonathan Landay.
It seems timely to examine the many accomplishments of women throughout New York history.
On any given night in San Francisco, officials estimate there are at least 6,700 people living on the streets. The city is trying to turn it around — as are other California cities struggling with the problem of homelessness.
Journalist Sean Williams stumbled upon the Filipino president's keyboard army after tweeting about the violent war on drugs in the Philippines.
In Venezuela, the military controls the food supply, including everything from distribution to prices. And it's profiting from the fact that people are going hungry.