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Lisa Thomson's bad mood wasn't helped by the super-cheerful ride-share driver. Then, she figured out why she was so cheerful.
On a visit to India, Bhaskar Sompalli gets a taste of the look, smell and feel of the end of a drought.
Michael Ellis looks at the ongoing debate over what, exactly, is the world'd biggest living organism.
When she took the oath to become a new U.S. citizen, Amrutha Badrinarayan wrestled with the feeling she was abandoning her native India.
Hundreds of interviews of imprisoned murderers have informed psychologist Michel Lynn Inaba's view of the death penalty.
Paul Staley turns to the ancient notion of the four elements to understand why the times of our lives seem to pass so quickly.
Cuban-American Gloria Aquino Sosa visits the new Cuban embassy in Washington, where the reality of a lost country and lost family hit hard.
The draft is gone but young men are still required to register for it. Pastor Geoff Browning says it's a good opportunity for families to discuss war and peace.
When it comes to politics, Youth Radio's Desmond Meagley says young voters like him don't care about party affiliation, only results.
Cory Isaacson says having police officers at high schools encourages criminalizing minor discipline problems.