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KQED's John Sepulvado discusses the tent city in Tornillo, Texas, which currently holds over 100 unaccompanied immigrant minors.
Moulton said he and his wife Liz Boardman are expecting their first child -- a girl -- in the fall.
The physician-fueled opioid crisis, Dr. Elisabeth Poorman writes, is "the result of an effective marketing campaign that has killed hundreds of thousands of people."
As we approach Father's Day, WCPN ideastream's David C. Barnett reports that the generational musical divide may not be as wide as you'd probably think.
Parishioners at two of Dorchester’s remaining Catholic churches met this week to begin a summer-long examination of worsening financial problems that could result in more cost-cutting measures and even potential...
In writing LGBTQ history, you could find "records created by other people, talking about them, and you don’t necessarily know what they thought about themselves."
The shame I felt as a child was replaced by a love birthed in the empathy of my own loss, writes Marianne Leone.
None of the 50-plus license applications from 28 businesses were presented for approval to the board regulating the state's new legal cannabis industry on Thursday.
Netflix rolls out its second season of "Queer Eye" on Friday, which for the first time will feature a makeover of a transgender person.
How does an object of death still teem with so much life? The Farnese Sarcophagus’ relationships and timeline -- including its extensive conservation and scholarship -- are fueling the Isabella...
It feels good to channel news-related angst into action, writes Anna Reisman, but I wish I’d known sooner that the journey from frustrated citizen to engaged e-activist could be this...
As Chavie Weisberger began questioning her faith and her sexuality, her neighbors told the religious authorities there that she was allowing secular behavior in her home.
Cameroon's minority Anglophone community is protesting Francophone domination in their country, a conflict which has roots in the colonial era.
Jerry Beck, the founder of the Revolving Museum, brought together more than 5,000 people -- students, artists, residents and civic leaders from the region -- to contribute their creativity to...
NPR's own Linda Wertheimer and Susan Stamberg co-star in a Kazakh folktale about lifelong friends whose bond is tested by the unexpected discovery of big treasure.
The T said service was interrupted at about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday when a wire that carries 600 volts of electricity between Arlington and Copley stations sustained damage.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson discusses the state of factory jobs in the city and how the talk of new steel tariffs is going over in town.
In Iowa, there's a conversation going on about whether to raise the degree requirements for morticians for the first time in 60 years.
She told graduates to "be your own cheerleader."
A local company finds foster homes for pets whose owners are struggling with homelessness or getting addiction or medical treatment.