Last week Abdul Saleh became at least the sixth New York taxi driver to die by suicide in recent months.
There is a growing population of chronic pain patients who are already dependent on opioids and need to find new doctors willing to treat them.
Abortion remains illegal across much of Latin America. In Argentina, lawmakers are considering legislation that would legalize abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.
Ford today is announcing new plans for a building that was instrumental to Detroit back in the city's heyday: Michigan Central Station.
The Dow fell more than 300 points this morning, after President Trump threatened to impose more tariffs on goods imported from China.
To parents who think their kids might be addicted to video games, the World Health Organizations says, "You might be right."
NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson discusses how GOP lawmakers have attempted to address family separation and forge an immigration bill that the president would actually sign.
Google is losing its black and Latino workers at higher rates than any other demographic, according to the company's annual diversity report released last week. But it is far from...
Mayor Greg Lemons has committed to powering the entire town with electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
Poet Terrance Hayes won a National Book Award for his 2010 collection "Lighthead." His new book "American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin" is out today.
Does changing lanes and weaving around cars help drivers get ahead when they're caught in bumper-to-bumper traffic? KUOW's David Hyde tried an experiment on Seattle's famously snarled freeways.
Humanitarian and nonprofit groups in Texas say the policy that separates immigrant families is creating a strain on resources and uncertain futures.
Conservative talk show host Sandy Rios discusses her views on President Trump's chosen policy of family separation at the U.S. border.
Kelly Yang came to the Unites States from China at the age of 6. From ages 8-12, she helped her parents manage motels, often by taking charge of the front...
From Aes Dana to Maxo.
The policy of separating children from their families at the Mexican border is dividing Republicans as Democrats push to end the practice. We speak with Sen. Chris Van Hollen, a...
President Trump blames Democrats for an administration policy of separating children from parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. Critics say he's using an old law to try to force border security...
People from Nashville and Atlanta offer their views on the administration's policy of separating children from families detained at border crossings.
A report from the American Psychiatric Association urges people to "participate in policy and advocacy to combat climate change." That's just one of the medical groups writing about mental health...
From trade to coal to crime, many of the topics that President Trump goes back to over and over again seem to harken back to the 1970s.