Carmen Puerto Diaz was thrown in private prison where pills she needed were denied until it was almost too late—all thanks to a policy change by Trump.
Natalia Megas is a freelance journalist based in Washington, D.C. with bylines in the Guardian, Washingtonian, and Associated Press in Athens, Greece.
U.S. forces hit a peace summit in Somalia, then lied about it. Some say the deadly operation violated the laws of war, but more than 25 years later the cover-up continues.
Atmospheric blocking was once a rare, weird weather phenomenon. Now it’s become increasingly common.
A man with a bitter vendetta opened fire on the staff of a paper that’s been at the heart of the community for 134 years.
‘We have to do something. This cannot happen again.’
Threatened by a blackmailer online, Jake Curtis committed suicide—but not before leaving clues behind for his family that led to the culprit.
‘I so badly wanted to hold him, I couldn’t believe it was my son lying on the table,’ she said. Then she asked to turn on the air-conditioning ‘to keep the flies away from my son.’
Darwin Martinez Torres is locked up for the violent attack on the girl whose death raised fears of a hate crime. ICE said he entered the U.S. illegally.
Before Sean Urbanski allegedly plunged a knife into his chest, the newly commissioned U.S. Army officer stood up for his beliefs.