Dating abuse affects one in three young people. What form can it take? How do teens know if they’re in an abusive relationship? How can they help a friend…
Why the Cliburn? The competitors in their own words
Every four years, 30 of the world’s most talented pianists come to Fort Worth from all over the world. When they leave, they could have a career.
What It's Like to Be Homeless: In Their Own Words
U.S. Veterans look back and share, in their own words, what it's like to be homeless.
In Their Own Words: Men on PrEP Explain Why They Take It
Find out why these gay and bi men have decided to go on PrEP.
Advice for and from LGBTQ parents, in their own words
"LGBT parents can be more open to recognizing depression, bullying, or even just holding back"
In Their Own Words: What It's Like To Survive Homelessness
Sasha, Waldon and Jennifer survived homelessness, but not without a fight. Read the full transcript below. Subscribe to our channel! www.youtube.com/...
In Their Own Words: "Humbly acknowledging how little we really know about poverty"
Brad Ackermann and Kay Nickey are developing a ministry outreach program for their church, the King of Glory (KoG) Lutheran in Carmel, that will provide economic empowerment, healthcare, educational support and legal assistance to those
Why David Lynch Left Twin Peaks: The Return Then Came Back, In His Own Words
“When I saw the budget they were offering, I said, ‘Fuck this.’”
Bombshell details revealed in Charlie Tan's own words. Here's what we know now.
Tan now admits that he fatally shot his father Jim Tan with a shotgun on Feb. 5, 2015.
PHOTOS: Why They Marched, In Their Own Words
NPR photographed and spoke to attendees of Washington, D.C.'s "March For Our Lives." "I want to see policy change so that we can feel safe in our schools," one marcher said.
Immigrants in their own words: 100 stories
What pushed them away from their first homes, what pulled them to these shores, what new lives are they making in Britain? The Guardian asked immigrants living in the UK to tell us about their experiences. These are their stories
In their own words, why Americans own guns (VIDEO)
What I discovered is that there are many reasons why people own guns, but at the top of the list is self-protection and to fight tyranny.
In their own words: why seven MPs are quitting Labour
Who are the MPs who are leaving the party to form a new independent group?
Why Emanuel’s hanging it up—in his own words
“I love this job,” the soon-to-be-ex-mayor told Crain's. But, “I know what this job demands. I have to be honest with the public as to whether I have everything this job takes.”
How depression affects couples
Depression has been called a “we-disease” because when the dark clouds arrive, it’s not just the depressed person who is affected, but all those close to them. A new study in the …
In His Own Words: Why Bob Dylan Paints
In the introduction to a new exhibition of his landscapes opening Saturday at London’s Halcyon Gallery, the recent Nobel laureate says, “The idea was to create pictures that would not be misinterpreted or misunderstood by me or anybody else.”
What Happened To Hugo Castro, In His Own Words
The migrant rights activist who disappeared for five days in Mexico after pleading for help on Facebook Live told KPBS he recalls very little of what transpired while he was missing.
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How the NRA Targets Children, in its Own Words
Ten Gun Industry and NRA Quotes About Selling Guns for Children portokalis via Getty Images As household gun ownership in the United States steadily declines , the firearms industry and gun lobby are targeting children as young as grade-school age as the next generation of customers In a new study by my organization, the Violence Policy Center , we uncovered a systematic and industry-wide effort to…
In Their Own Words: What Openness in Adoption Means to Me
You've met Stacey here before . They have two beautiful children through adoption. Both of their adoptions happen to be local and they sha...