On May 7, residents of Denver, Colorado, voted to decriminalize the use and possession of “magic mushrooms.” Oakland, California, followed suit on June 5. Oregon will vote on it in 2020. Does America really know what it’s getting into?
Presidential candidates and academics have been debating the pros and cons of a reparations policy. But no two people have the same definition of the word “reparations.” What does that mean for our country?
The guide said that the French will never forget what the Americans did for them on D-Day. At her words, a strong and bizarre feeling bubbled up in my chest, similar to the feeling that you get when you’re about to cry, but slightly different.
The Deseret News’ “Generation Vexed” series was one of six projects across the U.S. to receive the award, which recognizes projects that educate the public about mental illness and break down stigmas surrounding it.
A mother of five and grandmother of 20 went to a family physician for liposuction. The next morning, she was dead. Does this tragedy call for a closer look at the ever-widening pool of providers who offer cosmetic surgery?
The rapidity at which New Zealand and other countries have arrived at a consensus on gun policy after tragic mass shootings stands in stark contrast to the U.S., which has reached seemingly little consensus on how to prevent future mass shootings.
Some companies took to Twitter on International Women’s Day to highlight the work women have contributed to their companies or to celebrate women in general. Do these companies really support women, or are they just trying to boost revenue?
More than 76,000 undocumented immigrants crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in February, more than double the amount that crossed during the same time period last year, according to data released by Customs and Border Protection on Tuesday.
A bill that would ban therapy designed to change a teen’s sexual orientation or gender identity is expected to be introduced in the Utah Legislature Thursday with the goal of curbing the suicide rate of vulnerable youth.
House and Senate negotiators have settled on a border wall deal “in principle” that would provide funding for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, but much less than the amount originally demanded by President Trump.