The activist best known as “Trumpet Man” has been run over by a bike cop, struck by what he said were federal projectiles, and much more.
Hallie Golden is a freelance journalist based in Seattle. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The New York Times and via The Associated Press.
About a fifth of Americans might be especially sensitive to loud noises. But can a scientifically accurate test be developed?
It provided ‘the sense that I wasn’t alone, that I had had finally found my people.’
We still don’t quite know how the flu works—or how it spreads.
Biracial couples and families are becoming increasingly common. Companies are using them in advertisements to reflect that reality, and to sell to those who value diversity.
The Sharing Place is a Utah-based organization that advocates for openness and honesty when helping young people navigate a loved one’s death—including suicide.
When Neca Allgood’s son came out as transgender, it inspired the devout Mormon to lead a support group for other Mormon parents of LGBT children.
It’s a grueling process when a member decides to leave the Mormon Church, including submitting a letter that announces one’s official resignation.
The world’s languages are disappearing at an unparalleled rate—but the Endangered Language Alliance will not let them expire quietly.