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R. Marie Griffith, the John C. Danforth Distinguished Professor in the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis, discusses her book, Moral Combat: How Sex... [Read More]
Sarah Posner, a reporter with the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute, discusses her special investigation, "The Christian Legal Army Behind 'Masterpiece Cakeshop,'" for an upcoming... [Read More]
Joan Silber discusses her new novel, Improvement. It tells the story of a young single mother living in New York, her eccentric aunt and the decisions they... [Read More]
R. Marie Griffith, the John C. Danforth Distinguished Professor in the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis, discusses her book Moral Combat: How Sex... [Read More]
Congressional Republicans are closing in on a deal to rewrite the nation's tax laws, changes that could have a dramatic effect on New York and... [Read More]
Judith Sloan, director of EarSay's Cross-Cultural Dialogue Through the Arts and libretto author of "1001 Voices: A Symphony for a New America," and Sophia McGee,... [Read More]
The day before the fifth  anniversary of the shooting in Sandy Hook, Lois Beckett, senior reporter at the Guardian covering gun policy, criminal justice and the... [Read More]
When it comes to the agencies that make up the executive branch of government, the Department of the Interior is often overlooked. And while other... [Read More]
Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear this segment For the last few days, a short piece of fiction has been making the... [Read More]
After Senator Kirsten Gillibrand called on President Trump to resign he attacked her on Twitter. Joan Walsh, The Nation's national affairs correspondent, MSNBC political analyst... [Read More]
After months of controversy, the Alabama senate special election has come to a close. Democrat Doug Jones beat Republican Roy Moore by securing 49.9 percent of the vote. Jones is replacing... [Read More]
Deby Provost of Stockton, California has one question: If her drug for multiple sclerosis has been around for twenty years, why does it cost so... [Read More]
The new group of inductees is in for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which announced its class of 2018 this morning. Acts entering... [Read More]
It could soon cost a lot more to visit the Grand Canyon or go hiking in Yellowstone or camping in Joshua Tree national parks. The... [Read More]
It's hard to tell, when you first get a present, whether that gift is really going to change your life — or whether it'll even be in... [Read More]
Ask Queens College professor Joseph Cohen when he knew that health care was broken, and he'll tell you about the $4,000 bill he received a... [Read More]
Mark Strickland knew he wanted to be a first responder when he was five years old. "It was a way to help people," he told... [Read More]
Al and Larry Ubell, our Gurus of How-To, return just in time for winter home repairs and projects! Have a question? Write it to us... [Read More]
To address the homeless crisis, the de Blasio administrations says it's going to take over private buildings that house homeless families to convert them to... [Read More]
Annette Bening and Peter Turner discuss "Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool." The film is based on Turner's memoir, originally published in the early 1980s, which tells... [Read More]
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