Some say an uptick in bullying incidents this fall were caused by the divisive election – but how does a school fix the underlying problems?
Trump has stuffed his Cabinet with tyrants, zealots and imbeciles – all bent on demolishing our government from within
From Stonewall to AIDS to the new administration, a look inside the modern LGBTQ movement's past – and where it's going next.
How some doctors are risking everything to unleash the healing power of MDMA, ayahuasca and other hallucinogens
The singer-songwriter used to be a misfit; now he's a hard-drinking superstar. But what he really wants is a normal life
"I like to think we owe something to all the people who live in Western New York," says CEO Chris Koch
Before it was published, censors approved Ahmed Naji's subversive novel 'Using Life' – so how did he end up in jail for what he wrote?
Skirt Club was created to give women a place to comfortably explore their sexuality – but what happens when a queer party plays into hetero norms?
On the front lines of Syria with the young American radicals fighting ISIS
It took three years, two stints in rehab and one heroin overdose to write her memoir – but now the former xoJane writer is back
It's been over 20 years since he killed and dismembered a fellow club kid, but will his former scene take him back?
Heidar Logi found peace in the turbulence of the ocean
How white working-class voters in the Midwest helped propel Trump to victory, and what Democrats can do to win them back
As inauguration day approaches, organizers ready their community for a possible immigration crackdown
A child is gunned down for stealing change from a parked car – here's what justice looks like when "stand your ground" is the law of the land
"We have not hit the disastrous level," says leading climate scientist James Hansen. "But we are close."
Six years since first bodies were found near remote beaches, there's still no trace of a killer
The growing movement emphasizes diversity in casting and ethics in production – but will it fizzle out just as it comes into its own?
Lamb of God frontman recalls unsettling, enlightening Thanksgiving visit to protest site
For nearly half a century, the novelist, ladies' man and Buddhist monk built a tower of song – even though darkness was never far off