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Filmmaker David Thorpe practices vocal exercises he learned from a speech pa...
In Do I Sound Gay?, director David Thorpe searches for the origin of the so-called "gay voice" and documents his own attempts (with speech pathologist Susan Sankin) to sound "less gay."
Two new works of art — the documentary film Cartel Land and the novel The Cartel — shine a light on the seemingly endless drug war in Mexico. John Powers says both works are bleak, but gripping.
NASA had a heart-stopping moment over the weekend, when engineers lost contact with a spacecraft they sent to Pluto. A computer crash was behind the problem.
On July 7, 2005, terrorists hit public transportation networks across London in a series of suicide bombings. Ten years later, we hear the personal stories of two people remembering that day.
Carli Lloyd, who led the U.S. women's soccer team to World Cup victory, comes from Delran, N.J., and her hometown is still buzzing about her stellar performance on Sunday.
The Census Bureau recently announced that Hispanics are the largest ethnic group in California. Renee Montagne talks to Roberto Suro of the University of Southern California about the milestone.