In June, more than 36 percent of U.S. adults reported symptoms of anxiety or depression, an increase of roughly 25 percent from the same time last year.
Recently, Kanye West’s bipolar disorder has been in the news, and some are questioning how the media has been covering it.
The Takeaway hears from former guest David Lat on his experience recovering from COVID-19.
This week marked the start of Black August, the month-long commemoration of Black resistance that dates back to the 1970s.
California is facing its largest wildfire since the deadly 2018 Camp Fire—and this time the pandemic is posing new challenges.
In recent months, even as some industries have gradually reopened, many domestic workers are still losing jobs and wages due to the pandemic.
Halfway through the year and more than three months into the coronavirus pandemic, The Takeaway looks into how the US labor market is faring.
Places of public recreation, including pools and beaches, have long been flashpoints of race and class conflict.
The Trump administration was dealt a major blow on Monday when a district court said the Dakota Access Pipeline must shut down by August 5th.
Best-selling author Jasmine Guillory joined The Takeaway to discuss the sudden interest in antiracism texts, the power of fiction, celebrating about Black lives, and more.
Major companies like Amazon and Kroger will soon end the hazard pay raises they have been giving to essential workers.
As many parts of the country begin reopening, people are making new risk calculations in the name of love. What does dating look like in the age of COVID-19?
The Environmental Protection Agency is rushing to finalize a major regulation that could leave millions of Americans exposed to potentially hazardous levels of lead.
The L.A.-based band, Chicano Batman, discusses their new album "Invisible People."
Restaurants in some states are reopening for dine-in service, but ongoing shifts in how they do business are resulting in massive losses for the food service industry.
Each day, we’re confronted by numbers, information, and images reminding us of the infectious disease’s toll around the world.
The swarms of locusts are leading to fears of famine in the region, where response to COVID-19 is already stretched thin.
Activists, attorneys, and doctors ring the alarm on dangerous conditions in ICE custody.
In the U.S., some hospitals are disciplining health care workers who speak publicly about their concerns.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has announced a slew of businesses will be able to reopen as soon as Friday. Mayor Van Johnson believes that is far too soon.
For years, black people in the U.S. have been dealing with environmental justice issues.
The Takeaway speaks with Samantha Bee and Kristen Bartlett about how they're putting together a new show every week.