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When Bad Bunny released YHLQMDLG, he coined a new term: "bichiyal." It fuses two Puerto Rican slang words—"bicha" and "yal"—and illustrates reggaeton's complicated relationship with class and women.
Vice President Mike Pence has assured Americans that all coronavirus disease 2019 testing will be free of charge. “Cost is never going to be a barrier to anyone getting a coronavirus test,” he told reporters at a press conference at the White House on Sunday, March 15. Pence explained how the Trump administration had been […]
President Donald Trump on Friday, March 13, designated this upcoming Sunday a National Day of Prayer as the United States battles the deadly coronavirus that has spread to more than 120 countries and caused thousands of deaths. “We are a Country that, throughout our history, has looked to God for protection and strength in times […]
A communist official, who has a reputation for being emotionally unstable, accused U.S. service personnel of starting a deadly viral outbreak in Mainland China.
On a trip to explore her Jewish-Ukrainian roots, one writer made a stop at a controversial Jewish-themed restaurant, where guests are served matzo at every meal and invited to haggle over the check.
The U.S. census counts incarcerated people as residents of where they are imprisoned. In many prison towns, that has led to voting districts made up primarily of prisoners who can't vote.
In the early 2000s, an Iranian American family's home was searched unexpectedly. Afterward, the family questioned their place in the U.S. but didn't talk about the incident for more than a decade.
"Namaste" has a meaning among Hindi speakers. But in the U.S., the word has been wrangled out of its context and tossed around to mean whatever people want it to.
Tomi Adeyemi's new book, Children of Virtue and Vengeance, is fantasy for young adults. But the issues it's dealing with — racism, oppression and war — are very real. And they're not sugarcoated.
In her new memoir, Straight tells the story of the women in her family—her Swiss-German blood relatives and her African American, Indigenous and Creole in-laws who crossed the U.S. to settle in Calif.
Are self-help books actually helpful? That's the question Kristen Meinzer sought to answer in her upcoming book, How to Be Fine: What We Learned From Living by the Rules Of 50 Self-Help Books.
From the day they met as teenagers, Robyn Crawford was by Whitney Houston's side. In her new memoir A Song For You: My Life With Whitney Houston, Crawford speaks in depth about their long friendship.