As COVID-19 has now claimed more than 1 million lives in the United States, we follow a rookie doctor who graduated at the height of the pandemic.
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.
Following the 2020 election, it looked like the midterms could create more chaos. But mostly, they didn’t. Why?
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Extreme new laws built on Trump’s Big Lie crack down on a phantom problem: widespread voter fraud.
A Catholic boarding school on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is seeking forgiveness for its troubled history. But school survivors want justice first.
After decades of stripping away Native American identity from its students, a Catholic boarding school seeks to help the community heal.
Now that the fall of Roe v. Wade has ended the constitutional right to abortion, many in the religious right have a new goal: undermining trust in, and limiting access to, hormonal contraception – including the pill.
New developments in Mexico’s investigation into the disappearance of 43 college students are making headlines, and also ruffling feathers.
After amassing a small fortune, Synanon turns from a revolutionary rehab into a violent cult with mass sterilizations and a rattlesnake in a mailbox.
Penny Rawlings is relieved to finally get her brother into rehab at a place called Cenikor. She doesn’t realize that getting him out of treatment is going to be the bigger problem.