18-year-old Kennedy Hobbs became a victim of the surge in gun violence that has plagued much of America, especially over the past year.
Larrison Campbell is a freelance journalist who writes about politics, public health, and gender in the U.S. South.
Holly Simmons was pals with her landlord before things took a turn 15 years ago. Now he faces a murder charge.
An industrial hygienist and self-styled exposure scientist is leading the charge in her own state and nationwide against wearing masks. Experts in her field are losing it.
For city residents with a car and time for a road trip, a disturbing disparity can quickly become an opportunity.
A new trend is emerging that could have huge implications for the vulnerable Americans some health-care professionals serve.
The Republican was not shy about urging people to vote for her two days before her 2018 runoff—on a Sunday, which she now argues should be free from voter activity.
“Wellness” days were supposed to keep kids from partying amid the pandemic. The reality is a lot messier.
In an email, the principal of the mostly-white school said the exercise was part of an 8th grade history lesson and apologized for “something like this happening under my watch.”