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Jennifer Finney Boylan, who wrote the introduction, is the author of several...
Modeled after the groundbreaking feminist health manual Our Bodies, Ourselves, the book details the social, political and medical issues faced by transgender people.
In the largest layoff in the company's history, it's stripping 14 percent of its workforce. CEO Satya Nadella says it's part of a plan to make the 39-year-old company more agile and productive.
The cabbies are trying to win back customers lost to ride service companies like Uber and Lyft, whose customers rate their drivers.
President Obama says talks on Iran's nuclear program have shown progress and there's a "credible way forward." That's a strongest indication negotiations will be extended beyond Sunday's deadline.
Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Sonia Nazario about her trip to Honduras, the epicenter of violence that has gripped Central America, and pushed north tens of thousands of migrant children.
On Friday, we'll hear from the new commissioner of Customs and Border Protection Gil Kerlikowske, and find out why he's pushing for more transparency at his agency.