From global politics to U.S. elections, Harper's BAZAAR brings you the latest in the news that matters most.
For Fashion Our Future 2020, Virgil Abloh, Fe Noel, Studio 189 and Tanya Taylor have curated accessories designed to celebrate the right to vote.
The debate is set for October 7.
The first debate is slated for September 29.
In the filed complaint, a nurse who worked at the Georgia detention center calls the gynecologist "the uterus collector."
Here's what you need to know to take action.
We speak with on-the-ground organizers from the South Asian community about Harris's vice presidential nomination.
"Your life—and not only just your life, your legs, something that you need to move around and move forward in life—could be taken from you like this."
One hundred days have passed since Minneapolis police killed George Floyd, sparking daily protests across the country. So we’ve asked 10 writers and 10 photographers to share their experiences.
As white male youth become frontline mercenaries for the far right, the way out is through inclusive curriculum, intentional anti-racist parenting, and fighting misinformation and white supremacist organizing online.
After the Kenosha, Wisconsin, shooting of Jacob Blake, sports teams are going on wildcat strikes.
The Washington Mystics were among the many basketball players protesting on and off the court yesterday.
The family gathered for a news conference in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to discuss the recent police shooting.
After several decades, the divisive amendment could finally become law.
The entrepreneur and author's dedication to uplifting women exists because she grew up never knowing otherwise.
The state is experiencing record-setting devastation, as more than 250,o00 people have been displaced from their homes.
"She loved being in the hospital, she loved her job, and she loved the people she worked with," Tamika Palmer recalled.
The museum's executive director argued that pardoning the suffragist legitimizes her trial for voting—a legal proceeding Anthony proclaimed "the greatest outrage history ever witnessed."
Eschewing the customary red, white, and blue, the vice presidential nominee wore a burgundy suit and a modern pearl necklace.
From suffrage to 2020’s vice presidential nominee, Black sororities have been part of the political process. But some sisters believe their actions could be bolder.
"Let me tell you about one of Joe’s plans that’s especially close to my heart: childcare."
"She probably could have never imagined that I would be standing before you now speaking these words: I accept your nomination for Vice President of the United States of America," she said at the Democratic National Convention.