The American celebration of Halloween is conspicuously absent of death—but it hasn’t always been that way.
In parts of Appalachia, government officials are spending serious money to root out cannabis grows, but they’re up against geography, culture, and history—including the history of moonshine.
Some federally subsidized tenants are forced to choose between their medicine and their home.
PRI's The World
As Sweden joins 10 other western European countries with a new consent law, there’s still much to figure out about what happens next.
Pansaari in Dupont Circle has started a food pick-up service built around the popular Indian containers.
Profs and Pints helps underpaid adjunct professors make a little extra cash—and entertain drinkers
The company is aggressively pursuing automation and machine learning in many of its properties.
The FBI’s Washington field office has a message for those looking for love this week: Watch out.
Pact expected to give China exclusive South China Sea exploration rights would put Filipino fishing communities at risk.
While US officials celebrate the work that has been done for HIV prevention, global advocacy groups and activists warn that US President Donald Trump's policies and approach may stall any future progress.
Columbia Journalism Review
Rural America isn’t the only place local news is disappearing. It’s also drying up in urban areas around the country.
The cemetery was built for the Spanish colonial elite, but its most famous residents were all buried in unmarked graves.
Every summer, throngs of tourists flock to the high altitudes and commonwealth-era landmarks of Baguio, a city built over the bones of a former R&R facility for American soldiers. But running underneath many of these frequented sites are a series of tunnels built during World War II by invading Japanese forces.
Nearly 100 concrete graves lie hidden just beyond the pristine waters along the Philippine coast.
Off the northern coast of Kenya, close to the border with Somalia, sits Lamu Island. Founded in 1370, it is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the country, and has largely remained unchanged over the centuries.
Tucked in Mumbai’s wealthiest neighborhood is one of the city’s oldest and most sacred sites: a temple complex believed to house the waters of the Ganges.
As both parties tun out of options and time falling of the "fiscal cliff" is becoming an inevitability. Published on Mic.com in November, 2012
The Brooklyn Ink
Pre-debate bombshells shape the conversation as the candidates meet in St. Louis
Richard Nixon, Walter Mondale, and Al Gore are among the candidates who learned hard lessons from their television experiences
Buildings of Brooklyn: Exploring the buildings that shape the borough's communities
In Fort Greene and Clinton Hill: more diversity, more immigrants, and more language challenges
More people are seeking help at the food pantries, and rising rents seem to be the reason
Contributed research and reporting on Trump's business connections in Canada and the Dominican Republic.
Contributed reporting to a half an hour long broadcast for Pacifica Network aired on 1/25/17 on radio stations across the country.
Twelve years after moving to the US from France and marrying an American, Deborah Kross decided to apply for her citizenship, just in time to vote in the 2016 presidential election.
Long before Christmas was Christmas, this time of year was known as Yule. Many of the Christmas traditions, including the Yule log, carols, and even the Christmas ham, come from this earlier pagan festival.
New York City has a long and storied history of gay bars and strip clubs. The first gogo bars opened in the mid-1960's and experienced a huge spike in popularity in the late 1980's.
In Queens, a group of Latino and Chinese tenants attempt to bridge their cultural and linguistic barriers as they prepare to take on one of New York City's most predatory landlords.