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SOS for moms and dads. How to nurture your child by caring for yourself. Self-compassion for parents.
A zipper merge — which is a late merge, using both lanes as long as possible — is often safer and will keep traffic flowing, but it's far from the...
Philip Carcia experienced extreme highs and lows -- in both elevation and emotions -- on his way to setting a speed record for New Hampshire hiking.
Jails don’t need more suicide-resistant smocks, video cameras and stripped-down cells, writes Reena Kapoor, they need more mental health professionals who can provide compassionate, high-quality care.
The backcountry is full of people seeking a sense of belonging that can be so evasive in modern life, writes Miles Howard.
For some, white supremacy becomes an addiction, making it hard to leave.
Jeffrey Epstein's predations and the recent mass shootings are related, writes Janna Malamud Smith. They reveal profound and troubling patterns about the place of women in American society.
Over the last century, African Americans were dispossessed of millions of acres of land. We look at the story of black-owned farmland in Mississippi.
Why are costs rising and what's being done to help keep water affordable?
American runner Tyler Andrews clocked the fastest known time on Peru's challenging 40-mile Salkantay Inca Trail.
"Beaten Down, Worked Up" — longtime labor reporter Steven Greenhouse on the future of unions.
The Havasupai Tribe is the only Native American tribe that still lives below the rim of the Grand Canyon.
A couple of years ago, the city of Ludvika, Sweden was under siege by neo-Nazis. Writer and activist Julie Lindahl explains how the citizens of the city fought back, and...
My 12-year-old is now using "they" pronouns, writes Jane Roper. So far, people have been very supportive. But many also add, with varying degrees of consternation, that they just have...
New Yorker writer Jia Tolentino explores modern culture through her experience as a millennial, and how social media shapes identity.
Hospitals can help the chronically homeless -- high users of emergency departments -- find housing, write Dr. Alister Martin and David Velasquez.
In an effort to connect its largely Latino community, one police force tried an unconventional approach.
Morrison’s various depictions of death had occupied my thoughts even before the news of her departure, writes Jabari Asim.
Two mass shootings rock the country. Lawmakers weigh gun legislation. Protests break out in Hong Kong, and trade war breaks out with China.
A roundtable of Latina analysts on the shooting in El Paso, racism and domestic terrorism in America now.