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Psychologists say it's normal to feel stress and negative emotions in times of uncertainty. There are also things you can do to take care of yourself.

Biden shouldn’t consider Latino vote a given, but Trump's immigration plan could chill support for him, outreach expert Stephanie Valencia tells <em>Morning Edition</em>.

Swift's <em>The Tortured Poets Department</em> has been the biggest album in the country for 12 consecutive weeks, the longest run atop that chart of her career.

The president is preparing to back term limits and an enforceable ethics code for U.S. Supreme Court justices. But these changes would require Congressional backing, and that won't be easy to get.

In May, Democrats decided to hold their roll call vote for their nominee well before the party’s convention. But the plan has rubbed some lawmakers the wrong way.

Cities across the country are using billions of dollars in federal funding to make streets safer. But in some places, that’s accelerating conflict with local residents who don’t like the changes.

Republicans hope to return Wisconsin to former President Donald Trump in November. While they hope the RNC can deliver resources, they are also building a ground game to engage voters new voters.

The 988 lifeline has been contacted by about 10 million people either by phone, text or chat. It's gotten better over the two years, but it still has a long way to go to connect people to care.

Who was Corey Comperatore, the man killed in the assassination attempt at this weekend's Trump rally in Pennsylvania?<br>

The assassination attempt has supercharged conspiracy theories and threats of political violence that have characterized this presidential campaign from the outset.

The Americas has made extraordinary progress, mainly by vaccinating canines. Asia and Africa —- where 95% of rabies cases happen —- have two obstacles to progress.

Tweens are now major consumers of skin care products, fueled by social media. But dermatologists are seeing kids with rashes caused by products not meant for young skin. What should tweens be using?

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After surviving an assassination attempt, Donald Trump shared a new message of unity at the RNC. Does this signal a change in his GOP vision?

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While food insecurity means not having enough meals, nutrition insecurity is the lack of essential protein, vitamins, minerals, etc. How are different LA communities affected by both?

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

KCRW looks at the Republican Party platform and The Heritage Foundation’s Project 2025, which outlines deportations, massive cuts in government oversight, and strict limits on access…

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Mexican tomatillo salsa, Indian green chutney, and Italian salsa verde — use them as condiments for grilled meat, fish, or tofu.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Nonprofit Heal the Bay is out with its annual report card on water quality at CA beaches. It found that rainy winters may be making the ocean more toxic.

Rainy winters and sewage are worsening CA beach water quality

Nonprofit Heal the Bay is out with its annual report card on water quality at CA beaches. It found that rainy winters may be making the ocean more toxic.

from KCRW Features

The second day of the Republican National Convention featured tough talk against immigration.

Why Latinos are going for Donald Trump

The second day of the Republican National Convention featured tough talk against immigration.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The second day of the Republican National Convention featured tough talk against immigration.

Latino men are shifting to GOP. Can Democrats win them back?

The second day of the Republican National Convention featured tough talk against immigration.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Republican National Convention convenes for a second night in Milwaukee, Wisc., to promote the campaign of former President Donald Trump and his new running mate, Ohio Sen. J.D.

Live Coverage: Republican National Convention

The Republican National Convention convenes for a second night in Milwaukee, Wisc., to promote the campaign of former President Donald Trump and his new running mate, Ohio Sen. J.D.

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JD Vance is the Republican vice presidential nominee. An Ohio political science professor discusses who he is, and what this pick means.

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JD Vance is the Republican vice presidential nominee. An Ohio political science professor discusses who he is, and what this pick means.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand