The criminalization and mass incarceration of people who use illicit drugs have facilitated the spread of HIV/AIDS.
A Brazilian group is turning racist social media messages into signs everyone can see in the neighborhoods where they were written.
Pornography’s de facto global ambassador faces backlash after Stoya and other performers accuse him of attacks.
Current and former employees across the US have spoken up about the ‘constant state of fear’ in their daily lives.
A combination of downward mobility and racial resentment may be an invitation to the kind of despair that leads to suicide in one form or another.
What if the spotlight was on white males instead of Syrian refugees? America reacts to the Planned Parenthood attack.
Protesters refuse to let talk of terrorism distract from the importance of the climate talks. Standing in Republique square, just two blocks from the Bataclan Theater, site of the massacre of 90 people in Paris two weeks ago, Pierre—who declined to give his last name—told me last Sunday, the opening day of the COP21 climate change talks, “I don’t feel safe here.” Asked why, the 23-year-old responded by looking over at the human barricade of police in riot gear surrounding him and other people near Marianne, the bronze statue that bears an olive branch and symbolizes the French Republic.
A bizarre conversation in a cab leads to tragic violence. A Muslim taxi cab driver was shot in Pittsburgh by a man who ranted against Islamic State militants before running into his house to grab a rifle instead of paying his fare.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough asks -- where's the 9/11 video of Muslims cheering the attacks? On “Morning Joe” on Monday, Donald Trump yet again proved that that he can’t, he won’t, and he don’t stop when it comes to asserting that he saw American Muslims celebrating the fall of the Twin Towers on 9/11.
Researchers trace the super rich's biases and political values. The richest Americans increasingly are taking over the levers of power and shaping the political debate, despite opposing views held by a majority of Americans, a new and unprecedented academic study of the top 1 percent has confirmed.
The eurozone crisis is a perfect example of the damage done when people in high places make basic mistakes.
If you keep issuing calls to take up arms, someone is eventually going to take the message and run with it.
Let's get Bill Nye on the case to fight climate deniers.
In a series of tweets posted Sunday night, author Bryn Greenwood described the campaign of terror she experienced while working at a Planned Parenthood.
From Cruz's claim that the shooter was a woman to rampant victim-blaming, the GOP responds as tasteslessly as one would expect.
"A zillion Twitter rightists came at me to say I was making up anti-abortion violence the day of the Colorado shooting.
Led by Donald Trump, the GOP has abandoned its traditional dogwhistles in favor of a more overt approach to racism.
The poor and middle class do not have to be pushed out. Paul Krugman has to admit in Monday's column, New York City is a great place to live, if you can afford it.
To make matters even worse, all the data collected in the process would be a matter of public record.
Kooiman was amused that the rescue team had used jackhammers to remove the man from the chimney. On Sunday’s edition of Fox & Friends, host Anna Kooiman couldn’t stop laughing about a man who got stuck in a chimney and died. “In an attempted crime-turned-deadly for one suspected burglar,” Kooiman reported with a serious tone which turned to laughter as she read the teleprompter.