8 Things You Won’t See in Hair Salons Anymore
Hair salons and barbershops are open again, but some of the pandemic precautions remain.
I Came Out After 20 Years of Marriage and Met the Love of My Life
Larry Best thought he had the perfect love and the perfect marriage, but until he found his husband and soul...
3 Things You Won’t See in Costco Anymore
As the COVID-19 pandemic eases in the U.S., some stores are starting to ease restrictions—and Costco is no exception. But...
What Black Lives Matter Means: The History of the Movement
What is the true meaning of Black Lives Matter? Many are still muddling the powerful message of the global movement.
Gun Violence Statistics in the United States: 12 Charts You Need to See
Learn about the problem of gun violence in America through these graphs and charts.
13 Things Flight Attendants Aren’t Allowed to Do Anymore
Between ongoing coronavirus infections and lingering fear, the pandemic has altered the way we fly, including what flight attendants are...
What Could Be Banned in a Post-COVID World
Restaurants, gyms, shopping, and a lot more will look different after COVID-19.
6 Ways to Be an LGBTQ Ally
Being an ally to an LGBTQ friend, family member, co-worker, acquaintance, or the population as a whole goes beyond acceptance.
The IRS Is Warning About These Upcoming Tax Scams
For the second year in a row, COVID-19 is postponing Tax Day. While this is helpful for taxpayers, it unfortunately...
What Exactly Is White Privilege?
Understanding the inherent privileges of being White in America isn't about guilt or fingerpointing. Rather it's the essential work that...
Anti-Asian Racism: How Language Fueled Hate Crimes and Xenophobia
With people calling COVID-19 the "China virus" and "Kung flu," is it any surprise that anti-Asian hate crimes have been...
Meet Amanda Gorman: The History-Making Poet the World Is Still Talking About
The youngest-ever inaugural poet exploded onto the national stage when she spoke at President Joe Biden's inauguration. Here are some...
Latino, Hispanic, and Latinx: What the Terms Mean and How to Use Them
You may have heard the terms Latino and Hispanic. What about Latinx? Here's what these terms mean and how to...
What Derek Chauvin’s Guilty Verdict Really Means for the Black Community
The jury’s decision was a step in the right direction, but it is far from true justice.
Here’s Why Gun Makers Are Off the Hook for Mass Shootings
In a country where people sue over a floor that's too slippery and coffee that's too hot, why can't people...
6 Places You’re Most Likely to Catch Coronavirus
Life isn't back to normal just yet. As states begin to reopen, experts recommend avoiding spots where coronavirus is most...
Why Is It So Hard to Stop Gun Violence in America?
Gun violence in America is a serious problem. What is keeping our country from addressing it effectively?
What Does the Second Amendment Really Mean?
The answer to that question is as old as the country itself, and it continues to evolve as Americans debate...
What Would It Take to Amend the Constitution?
It’s not easy to change the Constitution—and that’s exactly what the Framers intended.
“I Tried a Bidet and I’ll Never Use Toilet Paper Again”
A bidet has been a pleasant alternative to using toilet paper, which has been in low supply everywhere due to...
I’m a Shooting Survivor—And I Am Looking for More Than Just “Thoughts and Prayers”
How many more people have to die before we take action?
I Grew Up Thinking Guns Were a God-Given Right: Here’s Why I’ve Changed My Mind
Sometimes the ideas you're taught as a child just aren't true.
Italy Has a Gun Culture but No Mass Shootings—Here’s Why
Italians own an estimated 8.6 million guns, but we've never had a single school shooting. Not one.
11 Undeniable Facts About Mass Shootings in America
Mass shootings have become such a regular fixture on the news that it has been difficult to stay on top...