"It feels like as a whole, America doesn't care about our school children, which I don't even have words for how awful that is," said one teacher in Jefferson County, home to Columbine High School.
"His death could have and should have been prevented, as his deportation was essentially a death sentence," said Democratic Michigan Rep. Andy Levin.
The nurse in East Texas told a string of lies uncovered by investigators, including a claim her daughter was diabetic.
The photo "displays exactly what heroin addiction is," she says.
When ICE deprived an El Salvadorian of her diabetes medicine, the U.S. became more dangerous than the country she fled.
America is obsessed with "The Nutcracker"—and with reimagining the classic in alternative productions using burlesque, hip hop and more.
The Department of Justice paints a picture of Ferguson police as driven by revenue, not justice.
Italy, one of the most indebted countries in Europe, has ignored a court order to pay wages owed to a prison chef
With this issue, we launch our "giving back awards" in recognition of people who, through bravery or generosity, genius or passion, devote themselves to helping others. From hundreds of nominations, these folks were chosen for imaginative approaches to difficult problems. We hope they remind you of someone--maybe yourself.
Readers prescribed their own strategies for good health in response to "The Perfect Diet," our Jan. 20 cover package. "Thank you for presenting a sensible approach to America's obesity epidemic," a nutrition therapist wrote. "If we equated a good diet with a good relationship, we'd realize that to sustain either, it takes work, patience, understanding and compromise." But most readers were cynical about the nation's will to change. "We don't need another pyramid telling us what and when to...
How dumb are you, anyway? And, more important, whose fault is it? In the past couple of months, it has become clear that these two questions are increasingly central to understanding the American experience.The great debate over how ignorant we all are and who we can blame for it began in earnest in August, when three really fat teenage girls--how fat?