He has helped pursue and bring to justice notorious dictators including Augusto Pinochet of Chile, Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier of Haiti and Yahya Jammeh of Gambia.
A transgender Vermont high school student who was the target of a transphobic hate campaign is breaking her silence.
“Santa Camp” is a new documentary from HBO Max about an effort to diversify who represents Santa Claus.
Obama has had a silent partner in crafting his oratory. In 2006, a novice speechwriter named Cody Keenan joined his team.
Abortion was on the ballot in this week’s midterm elections and the results were emphatic: Voters, even in conservative states, want abortion rights over abortion bans.
When Rue Mapp goes for a hike, she does more than smell flowers and enjoy vistas. She breaks barriers.
Their blog was called Alzheimer’s Canyon, which was Sky Yardley’s term for a place with “no trails, no landmarks, nothing.”
John Irving, widely hailed as one of America’s greatest novelists, is back, and he has a lot to say.
The longtime New Yorker contributor continues to make people laugh even as he faces a serious predicament: He has incurable lung cancer, which he was diagnosed with in 2020.
As Danielle Prescod grew older, she began to understand that she was molding herself to fit in a world of white supremacy.