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Former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter — shown here rolling out to pass against the Penn State Nittany Lions during a 2012 game — testified on behalf of the College Athletes Players Association, which brought the case. Photo by...
Watch VideoTimothy Fugatt, the minister of music at this church near Childersburg, Alabama, says that it’s his deep faith in God that got him through some tough times. His son, Cole, was born with a rare brain disease. TIM FUGATT: The spheres in his...
Instagram photo by PBS NewsHour reporter and producer Joshua Barajas Sky Jabali-Rainey, a 4th-grade student from Washington, D.C., dressed as contralto Marian Anderson Wednesday for an event commemorating the African-American singer’s April 9...
Photo by Flickr user ep_jhu Offering a first glimpse of the health care needs of Americans who bought coverage through federal and state marketplaces, an analysis of the first two months of claims data shows the new enrollees are more likely to use...
The leader of the Swiss movement for a guaranteed basic income explains why even if the Swiss people vote against the referendum, the basic income can still claim a victory. Above, Generation Basic Income activists pose with the 8 million coins they...
Watch Jeffrey Browns conversation with Stern: On Wednesday night the Poetry Society of America will honor poet Gerald Stern with the Frost Medal, the organization’s highest award, given for lifetime achievement. The medal has previously been...