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Companies that transport children are expanding, enticing parents and school districts and causing debate about modern child care.
Maintenance man and Zamboni driver David Ayres saw a lifelong NHL dream come true Saturday night: He played goalie for the Carolina Hurricanes.
Poems on Wheels delivers poems along with meal trays to thousands of older New Yorkers, offering nourishment for body and soul.
Migrant Protection Protocols have made seeking and winning U.S. asylum more difficult. Some hope that legal marriage will help their cases.
Soviet-era housing dominates the neighborhood of Lasnamäe on Jan. 11, 2020, in Tallinn, Estonia.
The California Consumer Privacy Act went into effect on Jan. 1, 2020. Here’s what you need to know.
Affordability, climate change, inclusivity are all addressed in an ambitious urban housing plan that asks its residents to embrace new ideas of home.
Basketball superstar Kobe Bryant died Sunday in a helicopter crash along with his teen, Gianna, in a flight filled with parents and daughters.
The Haskell Free Library serves both U.S. and Canadian publics, but today’s border issues have made its mission more difficult.
The NBA great, who died Sunday, was an inspiration to current players. In retirement he boosted women’s sports, and won an Academy Award in 2018.
Are au pairs important to diplomacy, or low-wage workers who deserve more? Debate ensues as host families struggle with legally mandated higher costs.
Australian Open women's tennis championship serves up two surprises: 15-year-old Coco Gauff beats Japan's Naomi Osaka; Serena Williams is out.
As a N.J. teenager, Amani Al-Khatahtbeh started a blog to counter anti-Muslim bullying. Now, she's on the Forbes "30 under 30" list of top achievers.
After only two months on the job, Carlos Beltrán has been fired over a MLB report that implicated him for cheating while with the Astros.
When a group of DeafBlind people realized ASL didn’t work for their community, they created a language that embraced one of their strengths: touch.
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