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Front Porch is not only a return home to Joy Williams' stripped-down, acoustic palette, but also an inquiry into the very meaning of home.
A parent's life insurance policy will mean a more than $400,000 payout for Nikolas Cruz. The public defender's office can only represent people who can't afford representation on their own.
Medoff is best known for Children of a Lesser God, a play about a young deaf woman's romance with her speech teacher.
Anne Harrington chronicles the search for a biological understanding of mental illness. She believes the revolution in medication has left behind a legacy of over-diagnosis and over-medication.
Janny Scott, a biographer and award-winning reporter for The New York Times, has written a vivid and penetrating memoir about her own illustrious family.
It isn't yet clear where "socialist" will settle in the vocabulary of the American left, as it jostles with labels like "liberal" and "progressive." But it's not the "S-word" anymore.
Award-winning author Ali Benjamin's new young adult novel "The Next Great Paulie Fink," has familiar themes.
Boeing's profits have fallen this year as a result of crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia that caused the 737 Max to be grounded.
Six of the country's 10 worst cities for air pollution are in California.
Vocalo Radio highlights five artists who are preserving Latinx music in Chicago.
On "My Mother and I," The singer, who was adopted, takes a deeply affecting look at the relationships between mothers and their children.
The Trump administration can cause Iran severe pain, but it cannot trigger the collapse of the regime, argue Aaron David Miller of the Wilson Center and Richard Sokolsky of the Carnegie Endowment.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in person at a bilateral summit in Russia Thursday, as U.S./North Korea nuclear talks remain at a stalemate.
Mexico's interior minister says 300,000 migrants have tried to reach the U.S. through Mexico in the first three months of this year.
Rachel Martin talks to Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, which is part of the National Institutes of Health. about the president addressing the meeting on Wednesday.
For many people in prison, an education means a chance at a new life on the outside. One Massachusetts man got that chance, and made the most of it.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with The Marshall Project's Justin George about the Trump administration's proposal for a new hiring rule that has drawn criticism from criminal justice reform advocates.
The victims of Sunday's bombings in Sri Lanka came from around the world. As funerals and burials begin, the victims are being remembered.
Mourners and religious leaders gathered to say goodbye to more than 300 people who died in a string of bombings on Sunday at churches and hotels. Among the dead are 45 children.
Major seed companies have a transparency problem. Farmers can't look up and compare prices for some seeds. Some have turned to co-ops and others to Silicon Valley to try to disrupt the practice.