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Two anti-abortion activists are being prosecuted for secretly recording Planned Parenthood workers. The group wants their names to remain confidential out of fear for their safety.
"Both sides are talking and I always think that is always the essential thing to reaching an agreement," Cook tells NPR. The U.S. has set a March 1 deadline for the talks, which resume this week.
Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., told reporters that he believes Congress can approve the legislation and send it to the president before the Friday night deadline to avert another partial shutdown.
The company signaled its leadership change last month even before filing for bankruptcy. The utility giant faces billions of dollars in liability claims due to California's wildfires.
The media attention around a racist photo on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook page sheds light on the larger problem of how racism affects medical care for African-Americans.
Many ex-offenders don't apply for jobs when they see that job applications request disclosing criminal history. Community colleges are moving away from the practice.
Bipartisan negotiators are working on a border security funding deal — but both sides are still sorting out what kind of "wall" or "barrier" is in and whether President Trump will sign it.
Kevin de León says addressing homelessness will be his number one priority if elected and that public safety will also be a top focus.
With heavy rains comes the frequent evacuations in fire burn areas.
In Sweden, few people use cash anymore. Most people pay by card, online or with digital apps, and that trend is spurring a new debate on whether going cashless is fair for everyone.
Authorities recommended conducting the test so that the country can assess its cyberdefenses in case of aggression, Russian media report.
The president's State of the Union address made a bold pledge. But his 2019 budget proposal calls for massive cuts to foreign assistance programs that address AIDS.
Does exercise recovery work? Science writer Christie Aschwanden examines the physiology and effectiveness of sports drinks, protein powders and other products and services in her new book, Good to Go.
They've gotten to know their homeless neighbors, and they're pushing for the government to move faster and reconsider how it's addressing a humanitarian crisis.
President Trump has threatened to declare an emergency to go around Congress and build a border wall. The same law that gives him that power, also gives Congress the ability to push back.
In a recent survey, 1 in 5 parents said they thought using a household spoon was OK for measuring their child's medicine. It's not. Here's how to help little kids without overdosing them.
Jones helped add "freedom fries" to the Congressional cafeteria menu. Since then, he came to deeply regret his vote for the war in Iraq, and wrote thousands of letters to families of fallen soldiers.
The smart and weird new series PEN15 features Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle as middle school best friends navigating a world of boys, parents and social disasters.
No single artist dominated, but over the course of a night in which a handful of artists won major awards, a thread became clear: The Academy was attempting to make amends for past mistakes.
A new generation of homeless advocates argues that, despite billions of dollars earmarked to address homelessness, state and local governments are not moving fast enough.
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Ambitious goals were set in 2012 to help California inmates make the transition back to life on the outside.
Metro Los Angeles has launched a partnership with Getaround, an online car-sharing service, Thursday to help people better access public transportation.
California is on track to reach a $15 minimum wage in coming years, and some cities are getting there faster than others.
Week in politics: Government shutdown looms again after weekend spending talks break down, previewing Gov. Newsom’s State of the State address and more| February 11 2019, 9:37 AM
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the headlines you might’ve missed over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come in national and state politics