Dr. Drew asks how many must die before officials address California's homeless crisis?
Addiction medicine specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky warns California's homeless crisis is a public health emergency.
Deputies: AZ man solicited Polk Co. teen, told her how to get bus ticket to come be his 'sex slave'
A 30-year-old Tucson man is being extradited to Polk County after detectives found he was reportedly soliciting a Winter Haven teen online, sending her pornographic images of himself, soliciting her to perform sex acts and telling her how to purchase bus tickets to come to Arizona to be his sex slave and other stuff.
What a Novel Looks Like Before It’s a Novel
In the long game that is novel-writing, the most mysterious element is the first draft: the rough attempt at shaping a story, the often never-seen pages. What does a book look like in its earliest …
This Is What A Handwritten Novel By Neil Gaiman Looks Like
See the original drafts of American Gods, Stardust, and The Graveyard Book, via The Art of Neil Gaiman.
Rochester Police Pulling People Over to Give Them $100
Police in Rochester are surprising people with 100 bills this holiday season. The random acts of kindness are being made possible by a donation to the Police
‘It gives them a purpose': Prison inmates teach future guide dogs
OXFORD, Wis. - Training guide dogs is an extensive and expensive process, and an area association that provides the dogs to blind people for free is taking a unique route to get their dogs ready. “Without her, I was becoming a hermit,” Wisconsin Dells resident Dan DeFosse said. For some, finding a purpose in life is difficult. DeFosse has known his for a while. “I was a pretty awesome teacher when I retired,” he said. “Kids have always been a part of my…
Chimps Are No Chumps: Give Them An Oven, They'll Learn To Cook
That's what researchers found when they gave chimps a device that appeared to work like an oven. The findings add to the argument that our ancestors began cooking soon after learning to control fire.
Interview: ‘We Give Them a Warning Before Ordering Them to Stand as Punishment’
A police officer recounts his work as a guard at a Xinjiang ‘political re-education camp.’
So You’ve Read the Novel. But Do You Know What Anna Karenina Looks Like?
As associate art director of Alfred A. Knopf Books, Peter Mendelsund has designed hundreds of book jackets over the past decade, including his acclaime ...
Artist That Sound Like Drake and J. Cole? Why Should We Give Them Love?
It's another edition of "Here's The Thing" Featuring New Artist Raji The One & Jalen Santoy
How A Tiny Coffee Company Is Taking On The Homelessness Crisis
The London-based startup has its sights on the U.S. And Will.i.am is going to help.
How to end New York City's homeless crisis
Monday's annual count of unsheltered New Yorkers tabulates people living on the street, but the problem is much larger
How no-fault evictions are contributing to LA's homeless crisis
In many American cities, tenants can be asked to leave their homes for no reason at all
How do we fix Puyallup's homeless crisis?
The City of Puyallup is grappling with a growing homeless population.
Reader's View: Duluth must address homeless crisis
Last year about this time, I met with Mayor Emily Larson and Human Rights Director Carl Crawford about the homeless situation in Duluth. I, sometimes tearfully, told my story and the stories of others, reminding them there is a two-year wait for a Section 8 voucher in Duluth. When calling 211, the supposed...
How Subway Delays and the Homeless Crisis Are Intertwined
A New York City program aims to move homeless people out of the subway by giving them shelter and support services instead of tickets.
How Portland teenagers are fighting the city’s homeless crisis
A small group of Portland, Oregon teens are getting to know the area's homeless youth by cooking them weekly dinners.
Why There’s a Homelessness Crisis Among Transgender Teens
In California and other states, transgender and non-binary people are more likely to be unsheltered than any other unhoused population.
How universal credit is fuelling Britain’s homelessness crisis
Observer investigation finds system in chaos, putting chancellor under pressure to change tack
How can Ireland tackle it’s national homelessness crisis?
Getting through this housing crisis and making sure it is not repeated is the biggest challenge, apart from Brexit, now facing the government.