They’re grieving a mass shooting — and contending with unprecedented wildfires

How Californians are trying to heal in the middle of a natural disaster

Californians are familiar with wildfires. But nothing like this, they say.

At least 31 have been killed in the Woolsey and Camp fires

‘It was sheer panic’: 12 people dead after gunman opens fire in a crowded California bar

The shooting took place in Thousand Oaks, Calif., late Wednesday

At age 18, I’m a member of the massacre generation

A young woman realizes her whole life has been punctuated by mass shootings

At 82, she voted for the very first time in this year’s midterms. Days later, she died.

Despite being gravely ill, Gracie Lou Phillips cast her first-ever ballot during early voting Thursday

10 fears more terrifying than monsters

Ahead of Halloween, we asked what scares you. Here’s what 10 women said.

‘This disease would not let her go until she was gone’: A wrenching obituary details the devastation of opioids

A young woman’s relative describes the value of her life and pain of her death

Europe shocked by the rape and murder of a Bulgarian journalist

Viktoria Marinova’s death has stoked fears about press freedom

There are no instructions for how to grieve the death of an almost-boyfriend

Was it greedy for me to mourn him? Pathetic?

A Navy sailor was found dead weeks after she filed a protective order

Navy Chief Petty Officer Andrea L. Washington led a distinguished career