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NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Teresa Sancristoval, a program manager with Doctors Without Borders in Yemen, about the situation on the ground and efforts to aid civilians.
On pages 68-69 from Mark Danielewski's The Familiar, Volume 1, the main char...
The author famous for the cult classic House Of Leaves is writing a new novel about a little girl who finds a kitten. The book is planned to be epic — 27 volumes total. Vol. 1 is more than 800 pages.
The competitive school district has seen four students take their own lives since October. One junior talks about reactions to the deaths, the pressures students face and her hopes for the future.
The Amiri Red Sea was one of many boats ferrying refugees, including some Am...
War in Yemen has trapped hundreds of Americans there. We hear from two Yemeni-Americans, a mother and daughter from Michigan, as they arrive in nearby Djibouti, having fled the conflict.
A Maryland couple made national headlines after Child Protective Services investigated them for letting their children walk home from a park alone. Now, other parents are staging a defiant protest in support.
On a soccer field in a suburb of the South African city of Durban, around 1,200 people are living in a hastily constructed transit camp for foreign workers. It's government-run but conditions are basic.