Octavia Butler's Pasadena: The City That Inspired Her To Create New Worlds
Science fiction writer Octavia Butler spent most of her life in Pasadena, California, taking inspiration in her daily walks to write her award-winning novels.
'Critical' Need For Mental Health Counselors Grows As Pandemic Takes A Toll
Almost a third of therapists are seeing more patients, according to a survey last fall by the American Psychological Association, and many are turning away patients because they're booked up.
The #MeToo Movement And Allegations Against Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Jill Filipovic, who covers women's rights, politics and the law, discusses how the #MeToo movement is shaping the response to the sexual harassment allegations against the governor.
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How Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Is Tracking The Pandemic
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