In Texas and Puerto Rico, Harvey and Maria upended life for all, but perhaps none more so than teenagers still balancing the demands of school, home and family.
A century after the "Spanish flu" pandemic of 1918 left millions dead, this season has proved to be one of the worst in a decade. In an age of lifesaving vaccines and advanced medicines, why is the flu such a big killer?
For almost half a century, America’s largest native reservation relied on coal: for jobs and economic vitality. Now the coal era on the Navajo reservation appears near an end.
When a bullet is fired it travels at 2,500 ft. per second laying waste in its path. These are the stories of six men and women coping after traumas suffered from Iraq to the streets of Chicago.