“I don’t know if I can trust the court anymore. I was just trying to do the right thing,” Paulina…
While homelessness rates throughout Europe have climbed, Finland’s progressive approach to housing has prompted rates to drop.
After more than a decade, the Snoqualmie Tribe of the Puget Sound area was successful in regaining ownership of its land.
Evanston, Illinois is taking a bold step on the path toward rebuilding communities razed by one of the most destructive periods in our nation’s past.
The 2020 class of Rhodes Scholars has been announced—and it’s the most diverse class in the program’s 117-year history.
The Food and Drug Administration has granted a second “breakthrough therapy” designation to the Usona Institute to research psilocybin.
A federal jury in Arizona delivered a win for humanitarian rights when it acquitted activist Scott Warren for aiding and assisting migrants along the border.
A growing community of Napa vintners who started as migrant workers have now established vineyards in the renowned wine region,…
Willie Murphy was getting ready for bed in her Rochester, NY home last week when she heard an intruder trying to break in. But instead of panicking, she took matters into her own hands.