Trial By Fire
Journalist learns first-hand how emotions intensify when a loved one is killed.
Scott James, author of "Trial by Fire," shares five books in his life
As the pandemic ravages the country, there are concerns that an already marginalized group will be further left behind.
When the pandemic hit San Francisco's iconic neighborhood, the response was a work of art.
Indecline, an activist collective, wants to grab headlines with an ambitious schedule of illegal public displays.
A member of one of the nation’s wealthiest families is a rare example of someone who speaks relatively openly about money.
Retirees across the country are feeling the effects of underfunded pensions from religious organizations.
Transgender people, drag queens and minorities played outsized roles at early milestones of the gay rights movement, but they haven’t received the benefits of the revolution they sparked.
The uprising at the Stonewall Inn in 1969 inspired a movement, but there were other early milestones in the struggle for gay rights.
An unusual exhibition of his new paintings, each 24 feet square, will be displayed outside for months at the Legion of Honor Museum.
These upscale communities offer a continuum of care from independent living to failing health, allowing people to age in one place.
Many programs to support undocumented students have existed for years, but there are new concerns amid the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy.
Advocates see an opportunity to help prevent bigotry from taking root in children, but deciding the details has divided some communities.
Pick two companies, then divide up the money, hire both, and compare results. Then we’d know whom we could trust based on facts, not just feelings.