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They Survived a Massacre. Then the Lawyers Started Calling.

Christopher Hansen, a survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in 2016. Mr. Hansen said he was

Why the next generation of cancer researchers need support if they are to find a cure

Why young scientists may hold the key to a cancer cure Early- and mid-career scientists face

They tried to boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They failed.

Ryan Knight, a Democratic activist in Los Angeles, called for a boycott of Apple in February

They Did 30 Years for Someone Else’s Crime. Then Paid for It.

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — The state of North Carolina paid $ 750,000 to Henry McCollum in 2015

Kentucky couple to remarry 50 years after they divorced

Kentucky couple Harold Holland and Lillian Barnes are set to marry this month — fifty years

They Push. They Protest. And Many Activists, Privately, Suffer as a Result.

Over the last two years, at least five young activists who gained national prominence amid the

Toys R Us built a kingdom and the world's biggest toy store. Then, they lost it.

The toy emporium that Charles P. Lazarus envisioned has been reduced to dusty floors and empty

Scientists say they are on the verge of creating a universal flu vaccine

Peter Palese has spent a long time thinking about how to improve the flu vaccine.

Here’s how much money Americans think they need to be rich

What does it mean to be “rich” in America? It turns out, the answer is as

Twins discover they were separated after birth and part of a secret study

Howard Burack always knew he was adopted. “I grew up in a nice, upper-middle-class family in