The spread of COVID-19 has dramatically altered the way Americans both live and die. We asked our viewers to share their stories about losing loved ones during the pandemic, whether to COVID-19 or to something else. Amna Nawaz reports on…
By Amna Nawaz, Mike Fritz, Rachel Wellford
A group of mothers whose children were murdered are taking their tragic stories to inmates imprisoned for committing violent crimes. The perspective shared by Mothers with a Message encourages prisoners, some of whom will never be released, to understand the…
By Maya Trabulsi, KPBS
Marie Colvin "was killed in an attempt to silence her and others reporting from that place,” poet and friend Alan Jenkins said.
By Lora Strum
Most humans fail to entertain the possibility that animals might care about the death of those they love.
By Jessica Pierce, The Conversation
By Jennifer Hijazi
Hall, a candid, unaffected writer who examined love, loss and rural American life, died Saturday at the age of 89.
“The day will come when the memory of the person you lost brings a smile to your lip before a tear to your eye," the former vice president told Judy Woodruff.
By Joshua Barajas
The NewsHour asked its staff for recommendations of books or poems that helped them survive a period of loss. In their own words, here are 10 possible reads for someone who's grieving.
By Elizabeth Flock
In Spinelli's new book, "The Warden’s Daughter," the Newberry Award-winning author tells the story of a girl growing up without a mother in a county prison.
By Megan Thielking, Leah Samuel, and Karen Weintraub, STAT
Why did Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds die one day apart? Here’s what science can tell us.
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