A 4,900-year-old skeleton has turned the accepted story of the disease on its head. The troublesome teeth belonged to a woman buried in Sweden. She lived 4,900 years ago, and she died young. Archaeologists
The untold story of how anger became the dominant emotion in our politics and personal lives—and what we can do about it. I. An Angry Little Town Soon after the snows of 1977 began to thaw, the residents
Segregation was total. For white people, it was a world of free healthcare, tennis in the afternoon, black-tie balls and grenadine cocktails in the evening. For the black population, it was a subsistence
Police said that they returned a boy to his California home after he was reported missing, but then arrested the parents when they discovered the conditions he was living in. Here’s what happened Ina 30,
Police precincts across America are putting baubles on Christmas trees and stringing up tinsel. But over in Minneapolis’ 4th Precinct, two police officers took things in a different direction by adorning
Emantic Bradford Jr, the 21-year-old African American man who was killed by a police officer on Thanksgiving at a mall in Alabama, was shot three times from behind, according to an independent autopsy
A new exhibition is an attempt to add depth and understanding to the colloquialism. Every six months or so, the internet turns a new piece of Black Vernacular into a hashtag. One year its #TheCookout.