Seven years into an economic crisis, mothers and fathers have been forced to go abroad in search of work, leaving hundreds of thousands of children in the hands of relatives, friends — and sometimes, one another.
Public health officials, scientists, and epidemiologists say that the coronavirus can be stopped by using rapid adaptive measures by health workers and cooperation from the general population.
Part of the paper’s “Beyond the World War II We Know” series.
There’s participating in the body positivity movement and then there’s actual body positivity, and one’s a lot harder — impossible, for some — than the other.
A 14-year-old ninth grader from the Atlanta suburbs created a dance called The Renegade that exploded on communities like TikTok. The only problem is that Harmon saw her creation take on a life of its own without any acknowledgement.
Responding to Details editor Dan Peres’s new recovery memoir, Katherine Rosman casts a jaundiced eye upon the lax culture and unquestioned expense accounts at Conde Nast Publications that allowed Peres (and several of his colleagues, who also have tell-alls in the works) to get away with gross acts of self-indulgence and mistreatment of their employees.
The heart-warming story of Holocaust survivors David Wisnia and Helen Spitzer, young lovers at Auschwitz, who got to meet one last time before she died at 100 last year. At the meeting, “Zippi,” as she was known then, revealed she’d used her position as a privileged inmate and a graphic designer at the camp five times to keep Wisnia from being shipped to a worse camp.
How Belgian gold-medal winning paralympic sprinter Marieke Vervoort gained the ultimate control over a debilitating and painful degenerative muscle condition that began when she was a teen with a tingling sensation in her feet.
Race and economic class have everything to do with who gets fresh water and who does not.