Colorado Debates Whether IUDs Are Contraception Or Abortion A Colorado program has allowed more than 30,000 women to get long-term contraception for free, lowering teen birth and abortion rates. Now lawmakers have to decide if it can qualify for state funding.
Many Question Lack Of Plea Deal In Boston Bombing Case The dramatic admission of guilt by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's defense team in its opening statement Wednesday has generated questions about the trial now underway.
Transgender Students Learn To Navigate School Halls A new poll shows that fewer young people see gender as limited to female and male. Youth Radio reporter Nanette Thompson talks with two students about their experiences at school.
DOJ Report Condemns Ferguson Police Department's Practices NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Phillip Atiba Goff, president of the Center for Policing Equity, about his reaction to the Justice Department's investigation into the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department.
Letters: Muslim Identity In Europe, Sen. Barbara Mikulski NPR's Robert Siegel and Melissa Block share letters from listeners about a series on Muslim identity in Europe, the "What Shapes Health" series, and a story about the career of Sen. Barbara Mikulski.
The Racist History Behind The Iconic Selma Bridge The Edmund Pettus Bridge is a sacred place in America's civil rights history. It also was named after a Grand Dragon of the state Ku Klux Klan. There's a strong generational divide on renaming it.
'Zionist Union' Party Creates A Stir In Israeli Elections The opposition to Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party in the Israeli elections calls itself the "Zionist Union" as it looks to claim the country's middle-ground voters.