As coronavirus cases spike, those who refuse to wear face coverings remain as firm in their choice as ever.
Racism, injustice and brutality can have a lasting effect on a person's mental health.
I can’t think clearly when I’m hearing trigger sounds. My only thought is of the need to escape.
The idea of dining out again is exciting yet nerve-wracking. It’s a calculated risk for both customers and workers.
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The U.S. public health system lacks the resources to confront the worst health crisis in a century.
Black and Asian Americans worry that wearing a mask might make them a target for racism, the Pew Research Center found.
Texas Medical Center responds to its ICU overflow by shifting staff and equipment as COVID-19 cases surge in the state.
More than 1,100 coronavirus cases and one death have been reported at the California prison.
The NBA's relationship with China improved after a spat over Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement in 2019.
“This is nothing but typical bluster,” Chuck Schumer said after Trump threatened to veto the defense spending bill.
The Fox News personality likened the “hysteria” of the movement to a pandemic and claimed: “Minneapolis was our Wuhan.”
Cameron Swoboda later claimed he supported Black Lives Matter, writing that white privilege saved his life.
Taylor was shot eight times by plainclothes officers serving a narcotics search warrant at her apartment in March.
Whipping was a form of punishment in Delaware until 1952, used disproportionately against Black citizens.
Social media platforms have issued bans and takedowns as they face mounting pressure.
In court docs, the Duchess of Sussex's legal team continued to deny Meghan's participation or advance knowledge.

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