11:25am Aug 20, 2018
Politics & Government Politics & Government

Lawmakers Approve $15 State Worker Minimum Wage

North Carolina Republican legislators surprised critics when they passed a $15-per-hour "living wage" for about 10,000 state government and university system employees, including secretaries, hospi

2:02pm Aug 17, 2018
Politics & Government Politics & Government

Senator Richard Burr Opens Up About Russia Probe

For much of the last two years, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr has been the Russia investigator who is seen but rarely heard on Capitol Hill.

Father Kris Stubna walks to the sanctuary following a mass at St. Paul Cathedral, the mother church of the Pittsburgh Diocese, last week.
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8:04pm Aug 20, 2018
National National Politics & Government Religion

Have You Left The Catholic Church?

Catholics grappling with what the sex abuse scandal means for their own faith and trust in the church. NPR and our Pennsylvania member stations want to hear from you.
Tales from the Crypt
11:51am Aug 20, 2018
Books Books Arts

Enter The Crypt, Tomb, Vault, Coffin (And More) Of Horror Comics

Horror comics enjoyed a golden age in the 1940s and '50s, before people got scared about kids reading gore and terror — but they never went away entirely, and now there's a new generation of scares.