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Dr. Robert Stern is out with a study on what happens to the brains of people who played tackle football before they were 12 years old.
The early 20th-century writer not only depicted America’s newly advancing weight obsession, but was a witting observer of our national obsession as it unfolded during her four-decade writing career, writes Jean Fain.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Gyllenhaal and Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman about the new film "Stronger."
Some Houston homeowners are wondering if it's better to just take a buyout after Harvey.
At the Detour Company Theatre in Scottsdale, Arizona, everyone is worthy of stage time — and real feedback.
Florida has long attracted Northerners looking to escape colder climates in the Sunshine state. But Hurricane Irma may make them reconsider. We discuss.
An allegation of molestation becomes the dividing line for a family.
Flatfoot buck dancing is a traditional folk dance form, but it's waning. Now, one Tennessee program is trying to pass it on.
For decades, NASA has been studying the human factor in space in much the same way researchers study physics and engineering.
The issue was brought home for Gawande, a surgeon and author, when his father was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer.
We’ll look at the new fall TV season -- it's pretty stacked.
One remote school near the Colorado-New Mexico border takes adult students back in time — to learn how to operate steam-powered locomotives.
Marrying a U.S. citizen is one way a person in the country illegally can obtain a green card.
The Cassini spacecraft and all it’s taught us about Saturn and its many moons before it burns up.
The new film tells the story of Jeff Bauman, who was on Boylston Street watching the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, when the first bomb exploded.
Windsor died Tuesday at the age of 88.
Some 30 rural towns in Alaska don't have running water. The village of Angoon, with 400 residents, does — but its system is supported by a beaver dam.
Dick Lehr's new book for young adults is "Trell."
A small list of resources and organizations donors can trust as they seek to help victims of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey.
You must decide whether to do what you think is right -- but it means losing everything. What do you do?