The U.S.-Canada Alliance — And Hockey Program — Born From An Explosion
The most successful college hockey program in U.S. history owes its existence to a Canadian who grew up hating the United States...and to one of the largest explosions in history.
Week In The News: Franken's Fall, Trump's Jerusalem Nod, California Fires
California burns. Franken’s fate. Recognizing Jerusalem. An Olympic ban for Russia. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
In Deep-Red Alabama, An Unexpectedly Close Senate Race Enters Homestretch
We go to Alabama for the homestretch of the Roy Moore-Doug Jones showdown for the Senate.
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Does Cancer Screening Save More Lives Overall? Not Necessarily
Blanket recommendations for cancer screening do more harm than good, write doctors Ben Mazer and John Mandrola.
The Week That Was: Trump Triumphant, Democratic Doldrums And Terrible Toys
It was the week when Republicans won on policy and Democrats lost on members, writes Tom Keane.
Franken's Out, But It's No Victory For Women
The Democrats had an opportunity to reverse America’s tradition of letting powerful men get away with abusing women, and they...
Will Russia's Olympic Ban Help Root Out Doping?
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A Boyfriend Too Good To Be True | Modern Love 92
Caitriona Balfe ("Outlander") reads Deenie Hartzog-Mislock's essay, about an imaginary man who helps a family cope with Alzheimer's.
Modern Love Encore: 'A Heart Of Gold'
In this encore, Ruth Negga ("Preacher," "Loving") reads a story about the deep bond between a woman and her unusual pet.