Investigation: Millions threatened by voter purge (part three)
In 27 states, election officials, mostly Republicans, have launched programs that threaten to wipe multitudes from rolls
Dangerous storms bring tornadoes to Southeast
In Louisiana hundreds of trailers were destroyed, at least 2 people were killed and dozens injured
The Unabomber’s brother tells his story
David Kacynski has written a memoir, Every Last Tie: The Story of the Unabomber and His Family
Oregon occupiers will turn themselves in to federal authorities
Four people still holed up in an Oregon wildlife refuge are promising to give themselves up today
Children of inmates: Who will take care of me?
'Back then I knew I had somebody else to take care of me, but now I'm not so sure,' says 11-year-old Legassi
Obama considering Republican to fill Scalia's seat
A GOP nominee could be tricky for senate Republicans who say they'll prevent any nomination from going forward
Children of inmates: Makai
'I brought a weapon to school cause I thought if I did what my mom did that then I'd be able to be with her'
A closer examination of the GOP race
Bill Schneider, a political analyst and Public Policy Professor at George Mason University, discusses the GOP race
Violence impacting Chicago’s kids is ‘systemic’
Nicole Rollins says her family has to make peace with living without her brother, Akim, who was killed last year
Finding a place for Utah's homeless youth
Homeless advocates say teens avoid shelters because a lack of trust in adults and Utah is combating that issue
Seattle school district ends some elementary suspensions
District votes to stop suspensions for nonviolent offenses, but students may be suspended for violence
Cruz, Rubio vie for Nevada primary silver medal
With Donald Trump in the lead, the Republican presidential candidates are heading west to roll the dice in Nevada
For incarcerated mothers, a fight to stay connected with their children
More than one million women in the US are serving time in prison; more than half leave children behind
Judge denies Camille Cosby's request to delay
The case relates to a defamation lawsuit filed by 7 of Cosby's alleged victims. Hermela Aregawi reports.
New ways to deal with the nation's heroin epidemic proposed
It includes what seems to be a radical new program that gives addicts a supervised place to shoot up
Is anyone tracking firefighter suicides?
Former fire chief Jeff Dill has taken the lead in protecting the mental health of his onetime colleagues
The importance of Wisconsin for Democrats
Wisconsin with its' strong labor movement and with labor on the decline, the normally blue state could be up for grabs
FCC proposal may cut cable costs, boost competition
However, cable companies warn the plan will actually lead to bigger costs for consumers. Hermela Aregawi has the story
Hospice care for Salt Lake City's homeless
The Inn Between is Utah's first hospice for the homeless providing a safe and comfortable place to die with dignity
Supreme Court cases in the balance
Several pending cases on the high court involve some of the most controversial topics in the US
Obama seeks more money to fight Zika
The CDC says it's identified 52 infections in 20 states or territories since 2015. Most of were contracted overseas.
Money and the 2016 campaigns
Brent Ferguson of Brennan Center for Justice and Josh Stewart, a deputy communications director at Sunlight, discuss
Chefs and entrepreneurs flock to Motown
Detroit is in the midst of a culinary renaissance with new restaurants opening and up-and-coming chefs blazing a trail
Rubio's fortunes improve in Palmetto State
The state polls give Donald Trump a commanding lead, but Marco Rubio is hoping to prove them wrong
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