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12:07 PM EDT Comment

President Heads To Michigan As Unions Fight To Stop State’s Right To Work Law

Michigan legislators are expected to pass the “Right To Work” law on Tuesday in a final vote, but thousands of union representatives have begun gathering in Lansing, the state capital, to protest.

12:10 PM EDT 52 Comments

New Trend In Health Insurance: Low-Cost Concierge Medicine

Atlas MD is a family practice in Wichita, Kan., that charges most of its adult patients just $50 a month for unlimited visits, free medical tests, house calls… you even get the doctor’s cellphone number.

12:30 PM EDT Comment

Cummington’s Old Creamery Cooperative is Born

The story of how a community came together to buy and run a much-loved grocery store.

12:40 PM EDT 13 Comments

Detain And Release: When Illegal Immigrants Commit A Crime

Maria Sacchetti of the Boston Globe reports on the detention and release of illegal immigrants with criminal records in the US.

12:45 PM EDT 4 Comments

Persian Twists On Hanukkah Favorites

Looking for new dishes to spice up your Hanukkah? Chef Reyna Simnegar infuses Persian recipes with a Latin spirit.

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September 2 9 Comments

Why Head Lice Are Becoming More Drug-Resistant

Some of these small parasites have been mutating and are now resistant to many over-the-counter medications.

September 1 12 Comments

Favorite Son Hopes To Revive Michigan Football

The story of what's happened at Michigan over the last decade plays out in a new book by John Bacon.

September 1 3 Comments

Living With ALS In The Ice Bucket Age

Corey Reich was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in 2007 when he was 21. Now 29, he continues to do well.

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Adapting ‘The Boys In The Boat’ For Young Adult Readers

Daniel James Brown decided to adapt his book after an increasing number of young people told him they loved the story.