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  • I'm Introverted. How Do I Find Quiet Space in the Digital Age?

    Note to Self

    Author and introvert advocate extraordinaire Susan Cain answers a listener's question about finding quiet places in a buzzing world.

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  • How One Observant Muslim Persuaded Her Parents to Let Her Attend Princeton

    “When they went to Princeton, they could see that it was really safe, even though my dad was a bit worried," Maria said. "He was like, ‘Why are the gates open all the time?’”

  • Siblinghood

    Death, Sex & Money

    After hearing from more than 200 listeners about their siblings, it's clear that the people we spend our childhoods with aren't the easiest ones to act like adults toward.

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  • De Blasio Accuses Cuomo of Playing Political 'Games' at City's Expense

    Mayor de Blasio unleashed harsh words on Gov. Cuomo and the State Senate, vowing he won't play by their rules any longer.

  • Rent Board Chair Defends One-Year Freeze

    For the first time in its 46-year history, the city's Rent Guidelines Board ruled landlords can't raise rent at all in certain rent stabilized apartments for one year.

  • Hundreds of Teachers, Public Workers Protest Christie's Presidential Bid

    Teachers and transit employees from across New Jersey say Gov. Christie has turned his back on public workers. 

  • Pope Francis Will Visit New York City in September

    Pope Francis will start his New York City visit with an evening prayer at St. Patrick's Cathedral on Sept. 24. 

  • East Midtown Rezoning Plan Moves Forward

    The latest proposal would allow landmarked properties to make money off the unused space above them in exchange for more and denser commercial buildings in the area.

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  • Melissa Block Takes On Expanded Role At NPR News

    After more than 12 years anchoring All Things Considered, senior host Melissa Block is moving into an expanded role as special correspondent with NPR News.

  • What Divorce by Algorithm Means for Marriage

    Note to Self

    Why one online divorce start-up might spell change for family law writ large. In other words: Silicon Valley thinks Gwyneth Paltrow might be onto something.

  • An App that Weeds Out Nightmare Roommates

    The Takeaway

    In a city where individuals scraping by often share apartments with three or four other people, roommate horror stories are all too common. A new app seeks to change that.

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