At this year’s Sundance, Jennifer Fox’s film stood out for its harrowing exploration of the director’s own experience as a teenage girl.
A fatal accident at a waterslide park was the result of gross negligence, lax state regulations, and a whole lot of hubris.
Deep within Trump's America, destitute truck drivers confide their anxieties, frustrations, hopes, and fears in the chaplain of a mobile chapel.
The National Tracing Center in West Virginia is the only facility in the country that tracks firearms from a manufacturer to a purchaser.
An animated short film illustrates how democracy functions in the EU.
At 119, Dharam Pal Singh has claimed to be the world’s oldest marathon runner. But is he exaggerating his age?
The Krakowiaks’ two children are severely disabled, yet neither has received a conclusive diagnosis.
Until the midterm elections last year, a split jury could convict a defendant to life without parole in Louisiana.
A man is tormented by a low-frequency humming sound emanating from his house, which he believes is caused by a nearby gas pipeline.
NASA employees and civilians remember the 1969 lunar landing.
Guatemalan migrants describe what they endured before and after asking for asylum in the United States.
A woman who spent two months in solitary confinement in a “transgender pod” tells her story.
One of Ron and Sue Witman’s sons was convicted of murdering the other, placing the parents in an impossible situation.
Older and younger LGBTQ-identifying people sit down together for candid conversations.
Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld boarded a plane for a routine training jump. Six weeks later, he awoke from a coma.
Despite protests, a celebration of Pride in small-town Norway draws thousands of supporters.
Cryonicists are banking on the idea that future technology will allow preserved bodies to be brought back to life.
In the Indian Sundarbans, climate change threatens to destroy an important ecosystem, and a region populated by tens of millions.
A Canadian lab that conducts research on microplastics interrogates the scientific method.
How one formerly incarcerated woman built a bridge from prison to society
She was raised as a boy. After a doctor discovered a half-formed ovary, Tatenda decided to live as a young woman.