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Classical music's death has long been predicted, but some orchestras and conservatories are evolving to remain relevant
Student says California Institute of the Arts failed to protect her from the harassment of her rapist & his friends
Former employees at Hanford, the country's most contaminated nuclear waste site, discuss its disturbing safety culture
Thousands of people in Washington have applied for medical benefits after working at a contaminated weapons plant site
The FDA will decide this week whether to drop the black box requirement for the smoking deterrent
A model 'parking lot' program in California could bring relief to people living in cars and vans across America
From 2011 to 2013, reports of sex offenses increased significantly at the top 25 US universities
At New Yorker Festival, crowds flocked to Manhattan – and watched online – to be a part of the year of the activist
Tesla's business model of selling cars straight to consumers has prompted lawmakers in 26 states to enact restrictions
As China and the U.S. wrangle over cyber espionage, an old-school spy ring was allegedly at work in Iowa's cornfields
Nearly a year after Freel was the first MLB player diagnosed with CTE, head safety in baseball remains a health concern
Pavel Yurov returned to his old cell in Slovyansk, where he was imprisoned and tortured by pro-Russian rebels
While the NFL grapples with how to handle domestic violence, Chris Johnson is using a family tragedy to fight back
Hoke's handling of a possible concussive hit is another black eye in the NCAA's efforts to address head trauma
Woodland Hills was mired in reports of abuse, budget problems, undertrained staff and less-than-ideal infrastructure
With a 90 percent graduation rate, Catherine Ferguson Academy was nationally acclaimed; now it gathers dust
In 129 years, no Wisconsin review board has faulted a police officer for killing someone; could a new law change that?
‘America Tonight’ takes you inside the operating room as doctors use deep brain stimulation to treat OCD
For 19-year-old computer programmer Fredrick Brennan, leaving his Brooklyn apartment is a huge hassle and a big risk
In 2012, access to play became a civil right; but kids with disabilities can still face exclusion from playground fun
One woman is on a mission to have Congress change laws that keep many people with disabilities from saving much money
Testing drugs for purity, Adam Auctor is at the forefront of the harm reduction movement at US music festivals
In disciplining a student for rape, the University of Kansas considered prior sex with the victim a mitigating factor
Almost 1,300 Chicagoans have been shot this year, but what happens to the vast majority who survive?
In an exclusive, Raquan Smith remembers his late classmate and explains what it's like to grow up in Mike Brown's world
A brain implant re-enabled Ian Burkhart to clench his hand, pioneering a possible miracle cure for paralysis sufferers
The SS United States made 800 trans-Atlantic crossings without incident, but finances threaten to sink the great ship
Katie O'Malley hasn't been publicly active in her governor husband's political career, but 2016 might change that
Bobby Flam put his family's business on the line to usher in an integrated dining room
She didn't think the world saw the Israeli side of the conflict, so Sara Merson recorded an online anthem for Israel
Experts warn that "the champagne of urban water supplies" is under dire threat
City teachers facing misconduct investigations have long been confined to administrative offices, sometimes for years
Farah Baker, 16, opens up about living under Israeli fire, supporting Hamas and becoming a voice for Gaza’s youth
On health care, N.C. Mayor Adam O'Neal went a different direction from most other Republicans – for about 275 miles
The jail is the nation’s largest caretaker of the mentally ill, and even the DA acknowledges it is cruel and unusual
Once a major symbol of Palestinian national aspirations, the Gaza International Airport sits in ruins today
The first crack-smoking mayor wants the world to know there’s much more to his story
Retirees approved the city’s bankruptcy plan this week, but some vulnerable creditors stand to lose more than others
When a girl reported a rape on a school trip, administrators didn’t seem to know the law; experts say that’s common
A proposed mine has divided Alaska and become one of the biggest environmental decisions facing Obama since Keystone
After 14 years wrongfully on death row, John Thompson sued prosecutors who hid key evidence – and ultimately lost
Anesthesiologist Amy Reed believes that her hysterectomy for fibroids spread the uterine cancer she didn't know she had
Now, some doctors are trying to tackle physician burnout with innovative new programs of their own
A landmark government survey found systemic failures in how colleges handle sexual assault
The deadly train derailment in Quebec last year launched a debate on oil-by-freight that remains unresolved
Trans women's issues are getting more attention, but activists say that recent deaths show it's not enough
Iraqi Kurds have long dreamed of statehood; they now have one of the best opportunities to achieve it
Earlier this year, every single Camden police officer was laid off. And this radical experiment appears to be working.
Cancer, cerebral palsy or addiction hasn't stopped Zach Gowen and Gregory Iron from becoming pro wrestling's best story
Half a million people fled Mosul, but why they left depends on whom you ask
Eyeing good job prospects and adventure, some American children of Vietnamese refugees are moving to booming Vietnam
Across the U.S., bank branches are closing in low-income communities, leaving residents with few financial options
Like coffee and sugar, soccer talent has become an exportable commodity for Brazilians
The group’s growing English-language propaganda seeks a more global audience, and reveals its more lofty ambitions
Former students at "the fortress of faith" who reported sexual abuse say they were told they had sinned
Many have waited decades to come; so why are they now committing suicide at almost double the national rate?
Judge Steven Alm saw a problem with the probation system, so he spearheaded an alternative that's had remarkable results
Baghdad may be echoing with calls to arms for local militias, but odds are ISIL will not make its way in
The Oglala Sioux tribe has long struggled with an alcoholism epidemic. View a slideshow about life on the reservation.
Kirk Bloodsworth, the first American death row inmate to be exonerated by DNA evidence, fights to reform eyewitness IDs
Student says California University of Pennsylvania caused her more damage than the man who assaulted her
101 days after Relisha went missing, her community continues to fight for change
One Massachusetts chemist may have contaminated more than 40,000 criminal cases; now the state has to fix it
An ‘America Tonight’ investigation finds dozens of cases of neglect in Arizona’s privatized prison health care system
Public health officials say tuberculosis doesn’t attract nearly as much funding as HIV or malaria
The Spinners have been playing their hits for more than 50 years, and Henry Fambrough has been there through it all
Measles made an alarming comeback this year, and many argue that parents against vaccines are part of the problem
World Cup host country experiencing routine electricity shortages as critics allege disproportionate stadium funding
Soledad O’Brien reports on the desperate risks some parents take to send their children to an out-of-district school
A prominent surrogacy agency is under federal investigation, accused of leaving clients with big bills and no babies
The billion-dollar international surrogacy industry is growing quickly – reaching unexpected places
In an extended interview, Davis talks about his struggle to come out and the joy he feels helping LGBTQ youth
In corn country, the debate over Keystone XL is about more than politics; it's about livelihoods and legacies
After growing up around gangs, drugs and violence, running back aims to inspire others
When six states surrounding the bay failed to clean it up, the federal government stepped in
The Moapa Band of Paiute Indians thought coal ash from a nearby plant was killing them off, so they fought back
Brittney Griner's road from her hometown of Houston to becoming the No. 1 WNBA draft pick was a hard one
Many elementary schools don’t require physical education, and a lot of girls never learn to compete
‘America Tonight’ investigates how some Detroit creditors stand to become casualties of the city twice over
Aklima Khanam survived last year's Rana Plaza factory collapse and she has a searing message for Americans
Fifty percent of Americans killed by the police every year are mentally ill; how do we change that?
Some Florida parents say their kids with disabilities were pushed into nursing homes; America Tonight followed the money
In the year since the Boston Marathon bombings, archivists have preserved the pieces of an impromptu memorial
101 days after Relisha went missing, her community continues to fight for change
Like millions of Americans in recent years, Scott Alan went from middle class to struggling
Sixty-five percent of online sexual offenders used social networking sites to learn details about their victims
Data brokers are selling your intimate info for big money, but should you care?
Many universities are trying to better address the issue of sexual assault; is it working?
Throughout New York City and beyond, the largely forgotten Guastavinos built some of America's greatest public spaces
Monday is the deadline to register for Obamacare, but some young adults are still unconvinced
Celia Vandegrift witnessed what may have been thousands of forced sterilizations, and deeply regrets her role
Twenty victims of sexual assault in the military accuse the U.S. government of violating international human rights law
It’s cheaper for kids who need constant medical care to stay at home, so why are so many Florida kids in nursing homes?
After it was found he was passed over because of his race, Melvin Morris received his a long-overdue Medal of Honor
Florida has a disturbing number of child abuse deaths, as the state’s child services ignores red flags
The Empowerment Plan clothing company provides jobs for low-income mothers and rugged coats for Detroit's homeless
As a heroin epidemic grips Rutland, Vt., more babies there are born addicted to replacement drug Suboxone
Vermont shifts policy from rehab to pill-based treatment, causing relapses to spike
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