Lawmakers Reach a Tentative Framework to Avert Another Shutdown
President Trump may not accept the deal, but it outlines a potential compromise only three weeks after furloughed federal employees returned to work.
Some Are Striking, Some Are Leaving: One Teacher on the State of His Profession Today
Teachers are striking, and many are leaving the profession. One says teachers are recognizing their worth, even as the country continues to devalue them.
Denver Teachers Strike: Day Two
A look at the teacher strike in Denver — its history, what it is looking like on the ground right now, and how it fits into the broader, national teachers’ movement.
How Virginia's Black Lawmakers Are Handling the Commonwealth's Leadership Crisis
With the future of Virginia's top statewide officials in disarray, The Takeaway hears from a city councilor who governed through the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally.
Good Kids, Bad City: Overturning One of the Longest Wrongful Convictions in History
The story of how three young men landed behind bars for a crime they didn't commit has as much to do with a scared 12-year-old boy as it does with a police who twisted his testimony.
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