Know thy tenant: Philadelphia's eviction diversion model keeps tenants in their homes. Landlords get paid, too.
After Philadelphia passed sweeping reforms mandating landlords apply for rental relief and participate in diversion programs, 92% of evictions were resolved.
Charlayne Hunter-Gault's fight to integrate higher education at the University of Georgia helped propel the civil rights movement.
The year 1961 is a masterclass in how vulnerable Black Americans and their allies dared to challenge unjust laws and change U.S. history.
Violence against women is common. Over half of female homicide victims are killed by a current or ex-male partner. Women of color are most at risk.
Some companies have shuttered some or all of their offices amid COVID-19 and the shift to remote work. The trend could reshape the office market.
A year ago, Mallory Dunlap and her dad were planning her college softball career. Then their COVID-19-safe bubble burst, and her 'role changed overnight.'
Alex Murdaugh, a member of a well-known legal family, is the subject of multiple investigations and civil lawsuits after a cascading series of events.
Rising seas, sinking land: Life on this Hurricane Ida-battered Louisiana barrier island may never be the same
Experts say the choices faced by residents and leaders of Grand Isle after Hurricane Ida mirror what other communities will deal with as oceans rise.
Is your birth control vegan? Probably not, experts say, but there are many vegan alternatives growing in popularity.
A conversation on civil rights: Join USA TODAY to discuss community leaders' roles in helping fight systemic racism
USA TODAY is hosting a free event titled, "Freedom Now: How Institutions of Power Fuel and Stall Change."
Challenges lie ahead in underserved pockets of the country as more people report lingering COVID-19 symptoms.
Experts say a small percentage of kids infected with COVID suffer symptoms that stretch for weeks or months with no explanation and no clear end date.
Nutrition experts agree America has a dangerous obesity problem. But they haven't figured out a solution yet — especially one they can all agree on.
The critical race theory debate has brought new scrutiny to history textbooks and curriculum. Why don't kids of color learn about their history?
Eight influential Muslim Americans discuss how 9/11 and Islamophobia affected life in the U.S. over two decades.
Reel-to-reel tapes, which likely have not been publicly available before, were kept in storage by Deanne Quinn Miller after surfacing in Batavia, NY.
The microchip shortage extends to everyday household and recreational items causing most small business owners to take a hit.
Many Gen Zers either weren't alive or have no memory of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. To many, it's just history.
On Sept. 11, officials made the unprecedented decision to stop all air travel. Here's how the four most critical hours in aviation history unfolded.
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