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- Documentary sheds light on World War II’s #MeToo generation
During the Second World War, the Japanese Imperial Army forced more than 200,000 women into sex slavery. This week, POV is airing “The Apology,” a documentary following three of those “comfort women,” …
- Will conservative Nebraska vote to expand Medicaid?
Nebraskans will vote in November on whether to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. The state’s Republican legislature and governors have refused to expand Medicaid after states were given t …
- Moab Music Festival draws fans to Utah’s ethereal desert
For the past 26 years, the Moab Music Festival has been attracting fans from around the world for some of the most unique performances of classical and chamber music. During three weeks in September, …
- What’s It Like to Be a Rock Star’s Mom?
Memoirs from musicians are fairly common, but how often do we hear from the mothers of famous rock stars? In her debut book, From Cradle to Stage, Virginia Hanlon Grohl (mother of Foo Fighters frontma …
- Why Do Climate Change Discussions Ignore Boomers?
(This article was written by a member of the 2018-2019 Encore Public Voices Fellows Program.) The landmark report issued last week by the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, th …
- Making Disease Prevention a Higher National Priority
(Advances in science and public health are increasing longevity and enhancing the quality of life for people around the world. In this series of interviews with the Milken Institute Center for the Fut …
The Trump administration is proposing to lower vehicle fuel economy standards and a loosening of power plant emissions targets.
After wildland fires destroyed the trails of a little-known wilderness, people said they’d never be rebuilt. One young couple refused to accept that answer.
Gov. Kate Brown and state Rep. Knute Buehler both tout their belief in climate change. They differ on policies for tackling it.