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Three Green-Rainbow Candidates in Western Mass Are Running For Statewide Office New England Public Radio Nov. 2, 2018

‘That One More Chance’ Might Help Ex-prisoners Stay Out OfJail New England Public Radio, September12,2018

Fueled by casino construction, campaign encourages women to join building trades New England Public Radio, July 6, 2018.

Memphis youth carry on the legacy of Stax Records soul music PBS NewsHour Weekend, July 7, 2018.

Memphis midwives work to address racial disparities in care PBS NewsHour Weekend, May 20, 2018.

In Baltimore, more employers hiring formerly incarcerated people, PBS NewsHour Weekend, February 17, 2018.

New film follows the only bank charged after financial crisis PBS NewsHour Weekend, June 11, 2017

Rising conservative voices call for climate change action PBS NewsHour Weekend, May 14, 2017

Missouri’s blue-city, red-state divide over minimum wage PBS NewsHour Weekend, April 23, 2017

Documentary ‘Newtown’ examines a town’s lasting trauma PBS NewsHour Weekend, March 18, 2017

Cohousing communities help prevent social isolation PBS NewsHour Weekend, Feb 12, 2017

If kratom helps opioid addicts, why might DEA outlaw it? PBS NewsHour Weekend, January 15, 2017

U.S. builds first offshore wind farm PBS NewsHour Weekend, December 11, 2016

California to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana PBS NewsHour Weekend, Oct 16, 2016

Can technology help predict who will attempt suicide? PBS NewsHour Weekend, September 18, 2016

Can this project clean up millions of tons of ocean plastic? PBS NewsHour Weekend, August 15, 2016

Native community in Louisiana relocates as land washes away PBS NewsHour Weekend, July 30, 2016

Democratic National Convention 2016: How Democrats have changed since the Bill Clinton years PBS NewsHour Weekend, July 24, 2016

Foreign-born workers in the UK share their fears for the future PBS NewsHour Weekend, June 26, 2016

Why thousands of students are seeing Broadway smash ‘Hamilton’ PBS NewsHour Weekend, May 8, 2016

As opioid epidemic worsens, rethinking how doctors are taught to treat pain PBS NewsHour Weekend, April 17, 2016

Rethinking wages for tipped workers PBS NewsHour Weekend, March 26, 2016

Detoxing after delivery: When babies are born withdrawing from opioids PBS NewsHour Weekend, March 12 2016

The opioid epidemic’s toll on women and their babies PBS NewsHour Weekend, Jan 9, 2016

A tale of two grid defectors: Why some are quitting electric companies in Hawaii PBS NewsHour Weekend, Nov 29, 2015

Is desalination the future of drought relief in California PBS NewsHour Weekend, Oct 31, 2015

After long journey to Germany, refugees confront new challenge of integration PBS NewsHour Weekend, September 20, 2015

What happened for two Syrian families who made it to Germany PBS NewsHour, Sept 18, 2015

Migrants find more safety but less certainty on journey through Europe PBS NewsHour Weekend, Sept 13, 2015

What life in transit looks like for refugee families in Europe PBS NewsHour, Sept 11, 2015

Photos: Hundreds of migrants and refugees wait in limbo at Hungarian border PBS NewsHour, Sept 9, 2015

Why is New York City cracking down on Airbnb PBS NewsHour Weekend, August 1, 2015

What happens when Photoshop goes too far? PBS NewsHour Weekend, July 26, 2015

These six people simulated a mission to Mars on a Hawaiian volcano PBS NewsHour Weekend, June 14, 2015

The case for starting sex education in kindergartens PBS NewsHour, May 27, 2015

Four wrongfully convicted men, four very different outcomes PBS NewsHour, Nov 9, 2014

Exonerated but not free: What do we owe the wrongfully convicted PBS NewsHour Weekend, Nov 9, 2014

Photographers use Instagram to paint more complete picture of life in Africa PBS NewsHour Weekend, Oct 4, 2014

Should rap lyrics be used as evidence in court? PBS NewsHour Weekend, June 29 2014

‘Degenerate Art’ exhibit explores Nazi assault on modern art PBS NewsHour Weekend, June 28, 2014

As Louisiana’s coastline shrinks, a political fight over responsibility grows PBS NewsHour, May 27, 2014

Carrie Mae Weems on using photography to peel back the image of power PBS NewsHour, May 9, 2014

What can the Dutch teach the U.S. about selling pot PBS NewsHour Weekend, March 22, 2014

Germany continues to grapple with Nazi-era legacy PBS NewsHour Weekend, March 1, 2014

Nuns, law enforcement mobilize to prevent sex trafficking around the Super Bowl PBS NewsHour Weekend, Feb 1, 2014

Researchers measure increasing sexualization of images in magazines PBS NewsHour, Dec 21, 2014

Do the Dutch have the pension problem solved? PBS NewsHour Weekend, Nov 10, 2013

Detroit residents try to turn around slow decline PBS NewsHour, August 9, 2013

Why Three Syrians Fled to Lebanon PBS NewsHour, June 7, 2013

How to Build a Cooler City PBS NewsHour, October 9, 2012

The DNC Through the Eyes of an Illegal Immigrant PBS NewsHour, September 6, 2012