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In this Galician folktale, Raul Esparza (Law and Order: SVU, Bojack Horseman, Ferdinand) stars as an aspiring musician who dreams of making the whole world dance.
After an earlier Here & Now segment delved into the topic of family estrangement, we take a closer look into a process that is more common than many might think.
The Trump administration's new rule would require officials to look at legal immigrants' use of public benefits when evaluating their visa applications.
The holidays are the perfect time for gathering with friends over food. But, it's also a season of great food waste. We speak with a food waste warrior for tips....
State officials say teen vaping is "an epidemic" that requires more adult attention and action.
Rafael Campo has two callings in life: medicine and poetry, and perhaps unsurprisingly, Campo finds himself drawn to the write about illness.
A Texas federal judge struck down the ACA, arguing its mandate requiring most Americans to buy health insurance is unconstitutional.
A proposed rule would force immigrants to make a false choice between the opportunity at permanent residence and essential needs, like healthcare and food.
The state has ordered that medical marijuana dispensaries in Mashpee and Plymouth close due to concerns about pesticides.
Shirley Wang's father, Lin, was on a business trip when he ran into NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley. It was the beginning of a friendship.
Older runners decline with age more slowly than people think. And they may still be able to set new records in the marathon in the future.
It's one of the county's fastest-growing careers, but many of those positions are going unfilled.
Officials are reviewing the "Section 35" state law, which allows people to be involuntarily committed to addiction treatment.
The soaring cost of the drug has caused some people to ration their use of it, leading to several deaths.
A new portable, battery-powered diagnostic test could allow public health officials to test for Ebola, malaria and other diseases in less than 30 minutes.
I want my young patients to trust me -- but not because of the letters after my name, writes Dorothy R. Novick. I want them to trust me because they...
The study finds that the top medical training programs have inconsistent family leave policies for residents.
The Attorney General's office says it's the first time the state has charged a doctor with manslaughter for an opioid overdose death.
The National Institutes of Health says it will spend up to $20 million to find alternatives to human fetal tissue.
Voters, who just elected a Democratic House largely to protect the Affordable Care Act, should tell their state leaders to keep hands off its protections.