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Want to Respond to the Opioid Crisis? Fight Stigma, Peer Coach Says
People who’ve seen both sides of addiction knock down misconceptions and share their advice for others.
Meet the People Who Get Paid to Wait in Line
More and more people are hiring professional line sitters to help score hard-to-get tickets in a job that’s “worth the wait.”
This Arcade Owner Recreated the Reading Clubs From His '90s Youth
For kids in the ’80s and ’90s, reading a few books each summer could get you free stuff, like stuffed crust pizza or arcade tokens. But there are fewer promotions like this today. The summer reading club at Free Play Arcade in Arlington, TX, tries to capture that ’90s feeling again, offering free admission and custom swag to kids who...
Doctors See Spike in Vasectomies After Roe v. Wade Decision
Vasectomies are becoming more popular among those who want to live childfree. New York Times gender reporter Alisha Haridasani Gupta joins LX News to discuss her recent article.
This Nonprofit Converted a Bus Into a School to Teach Asylum Seekers
Yes We Can World Foundation provides bilingual education to kids awaiting asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. LX News contributor Moon Mandel brings you inside a converted 55-passenger bus where classes are held, and students can receive clothing, food and assistance in the immigration process.
How College Campuses Can Fight the Spread of Monkeypox
Managing shared spaces like showers and dorm rooms and minimizing contact with sick students will be key for colleges to fight the spread of monkeypox as students return to class. Dr. Alexandra Yonts of Children’s National Hospital joins LX News.
Latino Voters Say They Feel Ignored By Democrats and Republicans
Latinos are the largest minority in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean they’re feeling the love from the two major political parties, according to a recent poll. Joining LX News is Clarissa Martínez-de-Castro from UnidosUS, one of the organizations that released the poll.
What Are Executive Orders?
President Joe Biden has signed an average of 63 executive orders per year, more than Barack Obama and Donald Trump, but in line with the average among his 13 predecessors.
Vibecession: When the Economy's Good, But it Doesn't Feel That Way
Businesses are making money and there’s job growth in the economy. But prices are going up, and worker and consumer moods could be more optimistic. That has some referring to this period as a “vibecession,” where it’s not technically a recession, but something is off. Insider reporter Ben Winck joins LX News to explain.
Ex-Tennis Pro on Serena Williams: ‘All Time Greatest Athlete, in the History of Any Sport'
“Serena Williams, in my opinion, is the all-time greatest athlete in the history of any sport, male or female,” says Julia Elbaba, a former tennis pro who now writes for NBC Sports. Since Elbaba was a toddler, she has been watching Williams play. Now she joins LX News to chat about Williams’ legacy and impact on the game on and...