Monday's Boston Marathon was the second race held since the bombings in 2013. This year's race coincides with the trial of convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and illustrates how the city is finding a new normal.
As authorities arrest six young men in Minneapolis and San Diego for allegedly planning to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State, local leaders attempt to address the root causes of radicalization.
Country music star Tim McGraw faced criticism from gun rights advocates after agreeing to headline a benefit concert for a nonprofit aimed at protecting children from gun violence. Is there room for meaningful discussion in the polarizing gun debate?
A couple who each lost limbs during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing have called for life in prison without parole for convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, echoing similar calls by other survivors. Their view reflects a growing unease about capital punishment in Boston and nationwide.
A third grade teacher from Colorado asked students to share one thing they wished she knew about them. Their honesty highlights not only the struggles youth face, but also the need for greater classroom connectivity.
A New York City-based nonprofit is using street signs in a campaign to generate discussion around street harassment – one of the most prevalent and least acknowledged forms of sexual violence in the world.