The latest Marvel movie, Dr. Strange, is about a neurosurgeon on a quest to heal himself. It's worth the extra cost of a 3-D ticket, says reviewer Chris Klimek.
Florida may help determine the next President. The state is 25 percent Latino and a significant number of them are evangelical, but evangelical Latinos are an unpredictable voting bloc.
A bellwether is usually a state or county that signals how the whole country will go. But some look to baseball to predict the next president.
Last month, officials announced health care costs under the Affordable Care Act are expected to rise 22 percent. Rachel Martin speaks with Lindsay Travnicek, an Arizona woman who may forgo coverage.
The French government has closed a refugee camp in Calais known as "the Jungle." Rachel Martin speaks with Nick Maurice, a retired British doctor who treated patients arriving from perilous journeys.
What do you do if your polling place runs out of those coveted polling souvenirs? Print your own.
Palestinian Sabah Abu Ghanim started surfing off Gaza's coast at age 5. She's featured in a documentary. She's 17 now, and her parents have arranged a marriage and told her it's time to stop surfing.
It's one of those diseases that doesn't get a lot of attention: a strain of tuberculosis contracted from animals and responsible for 13,000 deaths a year.
Anne Carson's unconventional collection of 22 chapbooks can be read in any order, and covers everything from Helen of Troy to H.G. Wells — but mostly, it's about women taking back their own stories.
Beyond party affiliation, beyond opinions on candidates, there's another factor that influences our vote: the very ballot on which it's cast. Here's a glimpse at how that ballot gets designed.
Miles from public transportation, many students at this community college didn't have a way to get to class. That is, until the school decided to partner with the ride-hailing company, Uber.
Akron is one of four cities using civic-engagement grants to make voting a more playful and community-oriented act.
Social and demographic change has shaken the foundation for some of what it means to be American. It has set the backdrop of this campaign in ways that were predictable and completely surprising.
Far down the ballot, district attorney races could reshape the criminal justice system for millions of Americans by electing a more diverse slate of prosecutors.
If any of this strikes you as unfair, you can join the chorus of critics who have abhorred the Electoral College for generations.