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Caring For Mom, Dreaming Of ‘Elsewhere’

Something must have been in the tap water in Gloversville, N.Y., during the 1950s when Richard Russo was growing up […]

An ‘Oddly Normal’ Outcome For A Singular Child

John Schwartz and Jeanne Mixon first suspected that their son, Joe, was gay when he was 3 years old — […]

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Fiction and nonfiction releases from Megan Mayhew Bergman, Jeanne Darst, Eric Weiner and Toby Lester. [Copyright 2012 National Public Radio]

Foreclosures Are Falling In States Where It’s Easy To Foreclose

In New York, it takes an average of about three years for a bank to foreclose on a house. In […]

U.S. Presses Fractured Syrian Opposition To Unite

Could a united Syrian opposition be the game changer that finally topples President Bashar Assad after almost 20 months of […]

Superstorm Sandy: Latest Figures & How To Help Those In Need

NPR librarians continue to help us keep track of the recovery from Superstorm Sandy and the deadly toll from the […]

After A Long Campaign Season, A Blitz Through The Battleground

It’s almost over. We’re just hours from Election Day 2012, which means President Obama and his challenger Mitt Romney are […]

Arab-American Voters Lean Toward Obama, But With Less Enthusiasm

Arab-American voters strongly supported President Obama in 2008, and polls show most are doing so this time around as well. […]

Boy Killed By Dogs At Pittsburgh Zoo: Onlookers’ Screams ‘Just Kept Coming’

Witnesses describe a horribly heartbreaking scene Sunday at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium after a 2-year-old boy fell into […]

Gridlock: Will The Election Break The ‘Lousy Status Quo’?

In the end, the election may not settle anything. If the polls are correct — and there’s been heated debate […]

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