Society and Culture
Asian women are three times more likely than men to report racist harassment related to COVID-19, a new report shows.
The legislation approved by Gov. Brad Little ban trans people from correcting their birth certificates and stops trans girls from competing in gender-aligned sports teams.
The Singer Laren museum east of Amsterdam says “Spring Garden” by the Dutch master was taken in the early hours of Monday.
"Last year, I came out as nonbinary, and this new experience of gender is rapidly altering my relationship with feminism."
Authorities said Canaan Bower, 16, helped stop a kidnapping and assault near Las Cruces, New Mexico, by pinning a man to the ground until deputies arrived.
The co-owner of Gerrity's Supermarket in Pennsylvania called the alleged act a "very twisted prank" that made him "absolutely sick to my stomach."
No word on what the suspect was listening to do before the alleged attack.
With millions staying home because of the virus crisis, charities are finding themselves in dire need of volunteers.
From drive-thru confessions to services in mall parking lots, here are just some ways houses of worship around the world are adapting to the spread of COVID-19.
Godless congregations are organizing online trivia nights, book club meetings and pub nights to promote human connection during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Officers said the 24-year-old suspect appeared intoxicated and kept ranting about COVID-19.
The executions close the case that got international attention for exposing the scope of sexual violence against women in India and prompting demands for justice.
Let's be more gentle with ourselves during this time.
Devon Kareem Robinson, 19, could face life behind bars without the possibility of parole.
Hundreds of people serving time in U.S. prisons are seeking early release or home detention out of concern for their vulnerability to coronavirus.
Investigators found that fragments apparently are “deliberate forgeries created in the twentieth century."
Human rights groups are calling on Alejandra Alor Reyes, who is from Mexico, to be released on humanitarian grounds.
As “social distancing” is urged to contain the coronavirus outbreak, home is exactly where the danger lies for some.
The arrests culminate a lengthy operation called "Project Python" targeting Jalisco New Generation Cartel members.
The woman sold a homemade anti-coronavirus spray sanitizer at her 7-Eleven store that burned four children.