A hidden side of homelessness: Unhoused people often get entangled in a criminal justice cycle that leads back to the streets – or worse.
Why do Black families make up less than 1% of American farmers?
The organization has been admired for decades for bringing desperately needed medical care to crises around the globe. But now it’s grappling with systemic inequities baked into global health.
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On a vast plantation in the Dominican Republic, Haitian migrants still use machetes to harvest sugarcane that’s exported to the U.S. The workers are protesting poor working and living conditions.
If we want to quickly combat climate change, we need to deal with “the other” greenhouse gas: methane.
A mother prays that she will one day know the truth about what happened to her son.
In Mexico, the investigation of the attack on students leaves key questions unanswered, but a DEA agent thousands of miles away thinks he knows why they were ambushed.
From the beginning, families questioned the official story in the disappearance of 43 Mexican students. Now there’s a new search for the truth.
During World War II, top military commanders hoped to conceal an American war crime. This is the story of an incident nearly lost to history.
As homelessness rises, unhoused people often get entangled in a criminal justice cycle that leads back to the streets – or worse.