Here's what you need to know about this Christmas tradition.
"My daughter was such fun. She was so cheerful, friendly, and warm," Tatiana Tsyganenkov said, her words spoken in a voice
The chase was on in South Africa's Kruger National Park.
It has nothing to do with the weather.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) criticized senior Republicans for failing to speak out against a GOP lawmaker who shared a cartoon depicting himself killing her.
The 32-year-old photographer is accused of shooting her lover, Travis Alexander, in the face, stabbing him 27 times and slitting
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“I would love to not be in fear for my safety day in and day out.” In 2020, a record number of Black transgender women were killed in the U.S., part of a horrifying pattern of hate crimes against them that has been growing.
King tides and rising sea levels are creating an affordable housing crisis in Miami, Florida.
Rising sea levels and residual effects from nuclear testing are ushering in a wave of homeless migrants into Honolulu.
California is the country’s biggest produce-growing region grappling with ways to rescue edible food waste and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from landfills.
Mardi Gras Indians are an iconic part of New Orleans culture today. But the tradition was born out of discrimination, with Black people excluded from mainstream white Mardi Gras celebrations. That’s why Gizmo, a Mardi Gras Indian, was driven by a passion to participate in a tradition rooted in rebellion.
Homelessness in LA provides an example of the effect of growing income inequality, but the problem isn't irreversible.
Racism and sexism span nearly every industry especially in professional sports. As women demand equal pay, the wage gap and player disparity debates continue in the WNBA.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a particular toll on Black women in the United States. The added trauma of last summer’s historic racial justice protests is causing Black women new levels of anxiety, depression, insomnia, and physical health effects.
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British citizen Chow Hok Kuen, 28, was arrested in Thailand on Friday after police found six fetal corpses in his luggage