As HIV Spikes In Southeast, What We Need To Fight The Epidemic
Southern states now make up the majority of new HIV diagnoses. We look at the political and structural reasons behind the increase, and at solutions.
Why U.S. Plans For High-Speed Trains Keep Riding Off The Rails
California’s governor spiked the state’s high-speed rail project. "Let’s get real," he said, "it would cost too much and take too long." Why can’t the U.S. get high-speed rail right?
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The Media Seems To Have Learned Nothing From 2016
Will the Fourth Estate treat the 2020 election as a contest of ideas, or another partisan brawl?
Bernie Got Us Here. But Now It's Someone Else's Turn
Sanders can be a leader helping to guide a new generation of political activists or he can be a crusty...
There's Only One Bernie Sanders
None of the current 2020 contenders have been advocates for progressive populism as consistently as Sanders has, writes Miles Howard.
Want Less Email? Be Rude
Anybody can send you anything any number of times and at any hour of the day, and then there you...
Part II: My Wife Said You May Want to Marry Me | With André Holland
Last week, you heard an essay by Amy Krouse Rosenthal -- "You May Want to Marry my Husband." It was published just days before she died of ovarian cancer. Today,...
Part I: You May Want to Marry My Husband
Debra Winger reads the late Amy Krouse Rosenthal's essay about her fairytale love story, which was cut short by cancer. This is an encore presentation.