Kadir Nelson was inspired by Kwame Alexander’s poem. It “spoke to excellence, and perseverance, and triumph amidst adversity,” Nelson says. “It was an ode to the sung and unsung heroes in history.”
In a video that has been viewed millions of times, the young black man has his hair cut by a team trainer so he can compete. The referee, who is white, has been accused of racist conduct before.
In the latest Broadway play by Jez Butterworth, the body of a man who was violently “disappeared” 10 years ago has been found in a bog. It augurs bad things for the dead man’s family.
Advocates say the Trump administration’s rollback of nutrition requirements could lead to school meals that are inconsistent with federal dietary guidelines.
Tighter regulations on oyster harvesting have helped reduce the number of people affected by the deadly bacteria Vibrio vulnificus, but warming waters have allowed the bacteria to expand and thrive.
Rose-Lynn Fisher spent a decade magnifying and photographing her tears, learning the nuances of her emotions in the process. The project is called The Topography of Tears.
Biographer Linda Gordon chronicles Morath’s escape from Nazi Germany, her boundary-breaking career and her marriage to playwright Arthur Miller.
Two new studies offer unexpected insights — and solutions — into the problem of spousal abuse.
Balms’ new single unleashes an atmospheric bummer — the kind that billows ominously, only to reveal a dark scene once the shroud has dissipated.
Family planning researchers point to a number of reasons. The procedure itself is legal in Pakistan — but only in limited circumstances.