From 2010-2018, significantly fewer people died of H.I.V.-related causes, although survival rates for women and people of color did not improve as much.
The tradition of flocking to Florida and other sunny shores for the winter, usually by retirees, looks different this year.
Once a religious bloc in search of political purchase, white evangelicals have become a political bloc with a religious past.
Weddings help pay for education at American labor camp sites and connect us with history. Is that good enough?
Before 2017, a person in Louisiana could be sentenced to life in prison after receiving a fourth nonviolent conviction under the state’s habitual offender law.
Many have fallen into disrepair, the victims of mismanagement, political strife or abandonment. Now there’s an effort to restore and protect them.
No police officer will have to answer for Breonna Taylor’s death. This never gets easier.
In Ms. Reed’s writing for Newsweek, Vogue and other publications, her canvas included the follies of the powerful and the pleasures of Southern food.
The journalist, who died last week at 59, mixed sophistication and down-home pleasures in her cooking.
The 1873 murders of dozens of former slaves in a flyspeck Louisiana town still reverberate.
“The Saddest Words,” by the scholar Michael Gorra, argues that America’s troubled racial past is the central, if often unspoken, theme at the heart of Faulkner’s work.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recently joined other prominent medical organizations in confronting its history of discrimination.
A growing partnership between America’s main Middle East adversary and Asia’s rising superpower bears careful watching in Washington.
We just got on and sat in the front row. The bus driver insisted that we move to the back. But we didn’t move.
A disciplined advocate of nonviolence, he was on the front lines in the 1960s movement for racial justice.
A close associate of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., he was a disciplined advocate of nonviolence in the battle for racial justice.
Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a House hearing that “there is no place in our armed forces for manifestations, or symbols of racism, bias or discrimination.”
Trump has empowered America’s anti-rational streak.
The young pastor wasn’t sure his congregation would like what he had to say and had no idea where it would lead all of them. He found himself at a crossroads of God, Alabama and Donald Trump.
As the administration sends up to $16 billion in additional subsidies, critics are concerned that the funds could be used to ensure that the president maintains the backing of one of his key voting blocs.
Dozens came down after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. Protesters outraged over the death of Mr. Floyd are targeting some that remained.
I knew it had to be more complicated than it seemed on Twitter. So I asked around a bit.
The big and noisy insects have started to emerge and are looking to mate in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.
The guidelines released by the president effectively mean that any restoration of American society will take place on a patchwork basis.
The storm carved a destructive path across six states on Sunday and Monday, causing widespread damage and cutting power to tens of thousands of customers.
In states with many uninsured citizens, few hospitals and leaders who have not required citizens to stay home, a disaster is looming.
One suburban voter — who has a personal history with Joe Biden — asks himself which moderate candidate has the best chance of beating President Trump.
One primary victory in South Carolina may have changed the future of the former vice president’s campaign — and altered the course of the 2020 election.