After the emergence of a report detailing a growing number of hate groups and extremist organizations in the US, sociologists and former extremists say understanding and compassion are critical to combating that rise.
Software developer Justin Keller has drawn a firestorm of critics after posting a blog post that laments the homelessness problem in San Francisco.
Groups that have been included on the civil rights advocacy organization's annual list of hate and antigovernment groups say the organization can also be intolerant of views that don't align with its own.
A Muslim man from Oklahoma who was refused service at a 'Muslim-free' gun range is suing to draw attention to what he views as rising Islamophobia in America.
Ten teens have committed suicide in the affluent community of Palo Alto since 2009, prompting the CDC to investigate the role of media in the crisis. The results of the investigation could inform best practices for media organizations covering suicide.
A formal apology for slavery is not meaningless rhetoric, say Delaware's African-American community. To us, it is important.
Cities across the country have wrapped up the 2016 'point-in-time' surveys. But counting the homeless is more than a one-night tally.
A story of love and loss and love again grips the Internet, showing the endurance of romance.
A commercial for the living-history museum Colonial Williamsburg has drawn both criticism and praise for using images of the 9/11 attacks.
At a time when anti-immigrant rhetoric is on the rise, the town of Lewiston, Maine shows how the struggle of integrating migrant communities can be overcome.