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Nation Jan 13Missile alert sent to Hawaii residents by mistake, officials say
Hawaii residents received an erroneous emergency phone alert on Saturday morning that warned of a ballistic missile threat and told people to seek immediate shelter, causing panic throughout the state.
Nation Jan 07‘These conversations are not comfortable’ — How colleges can address racial inequality
Months after Evergreen State College became the center of a national debate on race and education, one woman is working to build a more inclusive culture there.
Arts Dec 17Neon, spectacles and bright lights lure eaters in the age of Instagram
Interior designers say they are increasingly creating spaces with Instagram in mind, making businesses brighter, boldly-patterned, and instantly shareable.
Arts Nov 26Joni Mitchell’s biographer on her songwriting style, missing Woodstock and thoughts about Bob Dylan
Music writer David Yaffe spoke with us about the origin of Joni Mitchell’s songwriting technique and the stories behind several of her better-known songs.
Arts Nov 18WATCH: Jeffrey Brown interviews authors at the Miami Book Fair
This Saturday and Sunday, watch live interviews with Gene Luen Yang, Frank Bidart, Jennifer Egan, Jeffrey Eugenides, Megan Abbott and other authors.
Nation Nov 11This small Pennsylvania region produces half the mushroom crop in the U.S.
Farmers in Chester County, Pennsylvania, have been producing mushrooms since the late 1800s, and today the industry generates hundreds of millions of dollars in sales each year for the region through indoor farming.
Politics Nov 08WATCH: Senate Commerce Committee holds hearing on protecting consumers from data breaches
The Senate Commerce Committee is holding a hearing Wednesday about ways to protect consumers from major data breaches. Watch live here.
Arts Nov 05As non-binary actors become more visible, this website supports their work
The Non-Binary Monologues Project, which began last month, is publishing monologues and audition materials for non-binary and trans actors.
Nation Oct 28WATCH: Mourners remember William T. Coleman Jr.
Mourners have gathered to remember William T. Coleman Jr., who broke racial barriers as a lawyer and member of President Gerald Ford's cabinet.
Nation Oct 22As state protections stall, cities lead the way on LGBTQ rights
As federal and state governments are threatening to roll back protections for the community, cities are becoming more progressive on LGBTQ issues.