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At StoryCorps, a woman and her half brother reflect on their mother, the pain she experienced in her life and the secret she kept from her children.
Conversion therapy aims to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity. The practice is discredited by mental health professionals and is linked to higher rates of suicide.
He's a favorite of other comics — a physical, observational and airtight performer who works "clean." All that helps explain why families make up a good portion of his massive audience.
The judge and the former court officer allegedly helped an undocumented immigrant slip out of a courtroom to avoid arrest by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent in April 2018.
According to a new NPR/Ipsos opioid poll, 71% of Americans surveyed also say the government should do more to curb the epidemic.
This year, the U.S. canceled visas for prominent Chinese scholars with government links and has delayed visas to hundreds of Chinese students. Meanwhile, U.S. academics fail to receive visas to China.
John King was convicted in the dragging death of a 49-year-old black man, one of the most gruesome hate crimes in modern U.S. history. Two decades later, Jasper residents struggle with what happened.
Bloch, along with his brother Richard, started the business as the IRS was phasing out its free tax prep service. They changed the "h" in their last name to a "k" so it would be easier to pronounce.
The National Sheriffs' Association has published a detailed guide to jail-based medication-assisted treatment. States hardest hit by opioids are moving fastest to get inmates the help needed to quit.
Edgar Baltazar Garcia got into some serious trouble after he came home from war. Now, he faces deportation over a felony conviction unless an immigration judge decides to let him stay in the U.S.
The private Jesuit university in Managua, Nicaragua, where priest Chepe Idiáquez works is one of a series of Catholic institutions that have been attacked, as the country's yearlong unrest continues.
In 2017, NPR documented the first date of a couple paired by a professional matchmaker, for a story about modern dating. A year after their first date, the couple got engaged, and they recently wed.
The Writers Guild of America says more than 7000 writers have fired their agents. But talent agencies aren’t backing down.
Apr. 25from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Senate Bill 50 would force Los Angeles to allow more housing near public transportation.
The Trump administration is delaying efforts to boost offshore oil and gas drilling in the wake of a recent court setback. The plans have been controversial, even in Republican-held states.
Apr. 25from NPR
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Former Vice President Joe Biden announced he’s running for president. Biden is the 20th Democrat to enter the race.
Where to find the best tacos in LA can become a heated debate. Well, L.A. Taco’s annual taco competition, Taco Madness 2019, is in full force.
High school seniors have five days to decide which college they want to attend in the fall. Cost is one big consideration for most of them.
Senate Bill 50 would force LA to allow more housing near public transit. It cleared a committee hearing in Sacramento on Tuesday.
The 76-year-old former vice president focused on President Trump's response to Charlottesville in his announcement. He enters the presidential race with renewed scrutiny of his decades in public life.
Democrats are divided: impeachment now or further investigations? Top aides don’t do what the president tells them.
Apr. 25from To the Point
The Trump White House just set a record for the longest period ever without a press briefing: 44 days.
Apr. 24from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
President Donald Trump plans to fight all subpoenas from Congressional Democrats, and the White House says it will try to block former legal counsel Don McGahn from testifying about…