As the uprising for racial justice continues around the country, journalists in the United States are increasingly the targets of direct and hostile confrontations with law enforcement.
Some states have been quietly passing laws to criminalize fossil fuel protests amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
New York City's budget proposal has $235 million worth of cuts to public summer programs. Many low income families could be affected without access to these programs.
Juneteenth commemorates the day when enslaved people in Texas learned about their emancipation, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation.
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.
Even as immigration into the U.S. has virtually ground to a halt, the Trump administration has continued deporting large numbers of ICE detainees.
Changes in your circadian rhythm, anxiety, sense of isolation, and lack of a normal routine could all be leading to your irregular sleep.
As essential workers continue to keep us all going, we hear from a few people who are supporting them.
Sweden has taken a different approach than most countries to the coronavirus outbreak and has avoided large shutdowns. How is that strategy working?
On April 20th, 2010, a drilling rig exploded off the coast of Louisiana and spilled millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
A judge in Montana has canceled a key permit for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that’s expected to stretch from Canada to Nebraska.
The program ran out of the money last Thursday and stopped taking loan applications from small business owners.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot joins The Takeaway to discuss racial disparities in her city's coronavirus cases and how her government is responding.
As the treatment of COVID-19 takes precedent throughout the world, some experts worry that other global health initiatives will fall to the wayside.
The coronavirus pandemic could leave millions of people with post-traumatic stress disorder, from first responders on the ground to those forced to quarantine at home.
Biden’s climate platform was consistently ranked lower by environmental groups compared to progressive candidates. Environmentalsts are now asking Biden to shift left on climate.
Storms continue to strike the south leaving destruction in their wake. How will they fare while also dealing with a pandemic?
As parents and guardians across the country know, it’s not always easy to keep kids engaged through online and distance learning. But writer Jason Reynolds wants to help.