Dec. 1 marks the 30th World AIDS Day—and despite leaps forward in medicine and awareness in affluent parts of the world, it’s still a big problem elsewhere.
Forced into early marriages, teenage girls drop out of school and endure domestic violence, early pregnancy and exposure to HIV.
Tamiko Beyer's poem serves as a painful reminder of how "horde white-hot power" causes "rage that liquefies/ our hearts, whole communities."
After receiving a 30-year minimum life sentence for murder and an additional seven years for armed robbery, the author learned to use his energy in a positive way while serving time in New Jersey penitentiaries.
A staggering 188 infections in Austin, Ind. -- a rural town of only 4,300 people -- is evidence of a growing problem in counties throughout the U.S.
VIDEO: Samantha Bee Begs Hillary Clinton to Turn Back Time and Unsay What She Said About the Reagans
The "Full Frontal" host could only explain Hillary Clinton's erroneous statement that Ronald and Nancy Reagan had started a national conversation about HIV and AIDS by quipping that Clinton had "apparently suffered a stroke."
Hillary Clinton on Friday afternoon walked back a gross misstatement in which she had praised the recently deceased former first lady Nancy Reagan and President Reagan for starting “a national conversation” on the deadly AIDS virus.
Apparently, being a loudmouth racist politician doesn't put you in the best place with your customers when you own a business; the rise of a "Jewish Islamic State" in the West Bank is quite alarming; and at this point, we should be able to eradicate AIDS, so why haven't we? These discoveries and more after the jump.
Remember Martin Shkreli, the contemptible pharmaceutical CEO who dramatically raised the price of an HIV medicine? Seems he contributed to Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign—something the Vermont senator was less than pleased about. But Bernie got back.