Americans Say To Pass The Turkey, Not The Politics, At Thanksgiving This Year
According to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, 58 percent of Americans celebrating the holiday dread having to talk politics around the dinner table this holiday, an uptick from one year ago.
To Bridge Language Barrier Between Immigrant Generations, This Somali-American Is Making A Film
"Somali parents and children cannot have a meaningful conversation because the language difference," says 25-year-old Abdirahman Abdi, who is making his film with the nonprofit Community Supported Film.
Trump Jr., Kushner At Center Of Latest Russia Probe Revelations
We'll have the latest on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
NYT Food Writers Share Tips On Thanksgiving Dinner
Sam Sifton and Melissa Clark of the New York Times talk how to do Thanksgiving dinner now.
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A Holiday Toast ... To Higher Alcohol Taxes
While opioid addiction grabs the headlines, writes Rich Barlow, we Americans have drunk ourselves into a silent epidemic that’s killing...
The Blind Men And The Elephants: The Trumps And Trophy Hunting
Banning trophy hunting doesn’t solve everything, writes Carl Safina. But in Africa, it’s one answer to poaching, cynicism, hypocrisy, corruption...
The Downside Of Raising Bilingual Kids
We are different people in different languages. So if your kids are bilingual, you might be missing out.
Republicans Are Wasting Their Time And Ours
The GOP continues to beat dead proposals, writes Susan E. Reed, while projecting a 1950s ideal onto the 21st century.
'Urgent Messages Go Unanswered' | Modern Love 90
Andrew Rannells ("Girls") reads his own essay, about ignoring a string of urgent phone calls during a casual hookup.
'A Family Fairytale, Twice Told' | Modern Love 89
Julia Stiles ("Riviera") tells the story of a woman who has a perfect New York City apartment ... and a crush on her roommate.