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The challenge of finding the perfect partner is matched only by the challenge of finding the perfect parking space in New York City. Jason Alexander ("Seinfeld") reads Andy Raskin's essay,...
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.
Why the battle for Net Neutrality isn't ending anytime soon.
Over the past 10 years, gun owners and public health experts in the state have come together to work on a prevention campaign.
Look for sunshine and humidity on Wednesday with some passing showers.
Host Meghna Chakrabarti recaps the Singapore Summit with Dr. Katharine Moon and Dr. James Muller. Plus, a look at Attorney General Maura Healey's lawsuit against Purdue Pharma, a new robot-powered...
As thousands of Southern Baptists gather for their annual meeting, leader Paige Patterson will not be speaking.
What did Robert Siegel miss in retirement? "Certainly not the deadlines, nor the opportunity to broadcast," he writes.
Noubar Afeyan is one of biotech's most prolific investors.
When she was growing up, Susan Sajadi thought that her mother was fearless. It wasn't until years later that she realized the truth was much more complicated. Her piece is...
Hannah Simone ("New Girl") stars alongside her real-life father Naren Simone in a South Asian tale about the power of self-reliance.
Wayne Chapman, now 70, is set to be freed after two examiners concluded he was "no longer sexually dangerous."
Earlier this year President Trump signed into law the Family First Prevention Services Act, aimed at keeping children with their families and not in foster care.
Cynthia Tisdale was a substitute teacher at Santa Fe High School. She was also a full-time caregiver for her husband W.R., who was diagnosed with a life-threatening lung disease.
Talking with outdoor experts about the best places and activities for enjoying summer in New England
The "On Point" team reflects on their time at the prom and revisits old photos.
Saoirse Ronan ("On Chesil Beach") reads an essay about how a language barrier impacts the relationship between a young woman and an Iraqi doctor.
Marsai Martin ("Black-ish"), Miles Brown ("Black-ish"), and NPR's own Ofeibia Quist-Arcton star in this story about a brother and a sister who are prepared to do just about anything in...
Sometimes it's the things that go unspoken in a relationship that are the most important. Andrea Jarrell found that out not long after moving to Maine with her husband --...