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Fans galore have descended on San Diego for this year's Comic-Con, to check out what's hot in film, television and more.
When Spatz died suddenly at the age of 60, he left behind boxes and boxes of old photos. But they weren't just family snapshots.
The Senate health care bill floundered without enough GOP support and Harvard Square rejected yet another pizza shop. All that and more from Tom Keane's weekly news roundup.
"Romeo and Juliet," this year's free Commonwealth Shakespeare Company production, runs through Aug. 6.
With rapid progress in research, the longer Sen. John McCain and other glioblastoma patients can hang on, the better their chances that some new treatment will help them.
The greasy fried dough is a Navajo staple. But it's also a source of poor nutrition on a reservation labeled a food desert by the U.S. government.
Eilene Zimmerman has written in The New York Times about her ex-husband, a well-known patent lawyer who died of complications from drug addiction.
On a recent drive to Martha's Vineyard, Here & Now's Robin Young thought she'd use a traffic app to find a shortcut. Trouble was, other drivers had the same idea.
My mother wanted a man’s career and man’s salary, writes Irene Sege. She refused to learn to type as insurance against a job as a secretary.
Beyoncé’s out front with new twins. A pregnant Serena Williams is nude on the cover of Vanity Fair. We’ll look at American images of black motherhood.
The Affordable Care Act has never been in better standing with the American public than it is today, writes John E. McDonough.
The Ewings from Spokane, Washington, have enjoyed rustic cabins on the shores of nearby Newman Lake for decades.
Changes like rising temperatures and sea levels are making some young people think twice about having children.
Shaw led the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, the first African-American regiment raised in the North, and died in battle in 1863.
Imtiaz Shams grew up as a devout Muslim, but has since left Islam, and co-founded an organization that supports people who are leaving their religion.
I feel deserted by her, but I also want to be able to lend support.
The pressure emanating from our social media feeds makes glamour-posting harder to resist, writes Joanna Weiss.
Good science takes strong funding, and researchers just don't have the money to do the high-quality studies needed to answer some of the most important ecological questions even as ticks and their infections spread.
As ticks and the illnesses they carry continue to spread, even the most heroic efforts to educate the public are clearly not enough to stem tick-borne diseases.
The Artery's Amelia Mason talks about her top picks for things to do this weekend, including the Green River Festival, Festival Betances and more.