As the United States reaches 250,000 deaths, people are finding creative and symbolic ways to come to terms with the tragic milestone.
"After the pandemic we probably will have a lost generation."
Scientific pioneer June Almeida is finally being acknowledged for virology breakthroughs she made a half century ago.
In 1920, a mob burned a Black community in Ocoee, Florida, because an African American man tried to vote. Today their families are still fighting for voter rights.
Members of Iraq’s shrinking Christian community and others draw hope from the first-ever papal tour of the country—despite the pandemic and security concerns.
Photographs taken over the course of 15 hours are combined in this historic image. "Sometimes it’s this magical serendipity that I have no control over but I am just present for."
With RBG’s replacement set to be confirmed next week, a new generation of women are continuing the late justice’s work to protect marginalized communities.
Doctor who ran underground hospital hopes academy award will expose atrocities she witnessed during the Syrian civil war.
75 years after her arrest, investigators are still exploring how the Nazis discovered the Dutch teen and her family.
Some species, such as chimpanzees and honeybees, enforce strict measures to prevent the spread of disease.
In 1957 a flu pandemic hit the U.S., but Maurice Hilleman was ready with a vaccine he mass produced in only months.
The country celebrates and protests the election results as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris win the 2020 presidential election.
Japan’s occupation of the island cost many lives. Despite lingering trauma, Guam has found a way to forgive the past.