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A live Christmas performance from some of the best improvisors in the country.
Our collaboration with The New Yorker. This was the cover of their Dec 7, 2015, issue. Everyone who got the digital version of that issue on this iPad or phone could push “play” and the cover would come to life as an animated short.
Three teenage girls explain why they are constantly telling their friends they are beautiful on Instagram. Plus more stories about status updates that interrupt our daily life.
How to help the teenager who told her story of surviving abuse.
A prisoner who hasn't talked to anyone in years comes up with a bold plan to re-introduce himself to the world.
Emily Dickinson said “The heart wants what it wants.” This week, stories from people who take that notion to extremes and are unapologetic about it.
Guys around the country signed up for a pen pal service. Here are some of those letters.
Conspiracy theories about the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin continue to shape Israel's politics and future.
Meet the people who pitch ideas for new foods and then decide which ones they're actually going to make.
Episode 2 in our Videos 4 U series: We helped Maggie tell her parents that she had lots of tattoos, a fact she’d hidden for years.
A teenage girl records a remarkable story about the boyfriend who abuses her, and why it’s so hard to break up with him.
A father constructs an elaborate fantasy to occupy his 12 children.
See the kids at work on the ship.
Stories about a fallen man trying to kickstart his career with a reality show, and an awkward moment between a mom and a daughter.
A city goes all out to integrate its schools.
There’s one thing that has been proven to cut the achievement gap between black and white students by half: integration.
A car plant in Fremont California that might have saved the U.S. car industry.
Abdi has set up a Paypal account, if you would like to donate.
The centers may be selling the identities of drug users who wind up there.