Black Women Making History
Black Lives Matter Cofounder Patrisse Khan-Cullors Is Only Getting Started
We talked to the activist about her new memoir, #MeToo, and the importance of self-care when you're pushing for major change.
These Psychiatrists Want to Test the President's Mental Health
"Mr. Trump's patterns of pathology have become so consistent and difficult to conceal that it is likely that he is highly impaired."
Crisis Hotlines Are Being Flooded with Post-Election Calls
The Crisis Text Line recorded double the number of normal incoming texts in the 24 hours surrounding election night.
How Our Reliance on Technology Is Making Us Easier to Scam
It's not just the gullible or greedy who are easily swindled.
The Living Nightmare of Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Complex post-traumatic stress disorder—the result of sustained abuse over time—is difficult to diagnose, making it harder for those who suffer from it to move on.
Rosemary Kennedy and the Legacy of Mental Illness
In 1941, a lobotomy left Rosemary Kennedy permanently incapacitated. Two new books this month explore what has and hasn't changed about the way we treat mental illness more than 70 years later.
Can We Just Laugh Off ISIS?
Some critics are claiming that the recent spate of ISIS-mockery in the West and Arab world may not only be insulting to those whose lives ISIS has upended, but may actually help the group.
A (Silicon) Valley Grows in Algeria
Young entrepreneurs are hoping to break Algeria's tenuous dependence on oil by starting new businesses and expanding the Algerian marketplace.
What's It Like to Have a Dictator for Your Dad?
At least your dad never threatened to feed you to the crocodiles.
Author Cara Hoffman Talks about the War on Terror and the War Women Face at Home
Hoffman's novel, <i>Be Safe, I Love You</i>, follows a female veteran home.
Psychological Care for Refugees Could Help Prevent Extremism
With limited resources, donors and relief agencies often bypass funding psychological counseling for more obvious essentials like food and shelter. But it could be a key component in the lasting recovery for the world's refugees.
A Former Combat Advisor Is Exploring the War on Terror through the Eyes of a Young Afghani
Elliot Ackerman's debut novel, <i>Green on Blue</i>, takes its title from an expression for military fratricide.
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