INVESTIGATIVE:

WHYY: Feds hire foreclosure firm to sue Philly borrowers over old student-loan debt

WHYY: After dodging jail in theft of $2M, lawyer back in court for lagging on restitution

WHYY: Defendant's quest for second look at case can outlast sentence in Philly

BuzzFeed: How A Reclusive Texas Billionaire Took Back The Biggest-Ever Donation To A Liberal Arts College

BuzzFeed: An Ugly Rape Case Involving Vanderbilt's Football Team Could Get Much Uglier

LATEST:

Washington Post: If Trumps Gets His Budget Wish, It'll Cost Grads More To Go Into Public Service

NPR: Pacing, Crying, Frustration: Cosby Juror On The 52 Hours That Ended In Mistrial

NPR: Bill Cosby Accuser Tells Her Story In A Pennyslvania Court

NPR: No Cameras, No Phones: You Can't Watch Bill Cosby's High-Profile Trial

NPR: More Than 10 Years After Alleged Sexual Assault, Bill Cosby Trial To Begin

NPR: Enthusiastic Democrats Lead Anti-Establishment DA Candidate To Victor

NPR: Can't Pay Your Student Loans? The Government May Come After Your House

NPR: U.S. Government Officials Play Hardball On Student Loan Defaults

WHYY: U.S. recoups $63M in student loans after hiring private debt collection lawyers

Marketplace: New Philadelphia law stops employers from asking salary history

NPR: After Delays Due To Travel Ban, Syrian Family Has Emotional Reunion

WHYY: Family of six Syrians who were detained at Philly airport and sent back: 'How much can one family take?'

WHYY: Plea bargaining on the rise as 'sword of mandatory sentencing' loses edge in Pa.

Washington Post: How the careless errors of credit reporting agencies are ruining people’s lives

Marketplace: Churches convert to rentals as young people leave the flock

NPR: Newcomer Wants To Rid Philadelphia Of Its Parking Quirk

WHYY: South Philly rite all wrong, says group pushing to end median parking on Broad

Marketplace: Landlord's credit check reveals incorrect background information

Marketplace: In Philly, how the city deals with unclaimed bodies

NPR: Philadelphia Police Consider 2000 RNC In Preparing for Democratic Convention

NPR: U.S. Law Enforcement Leader John Timoney Dies At 68

NPR: 'Black Guns Matter' Focuses On Firearms Education To Decrease Violence

Marketplace: Taser's body camera contracts come under scrutiny

WHYY: Les Waas, man behind famous ice cream truck jingle, dies at 94

NPR's Here and Now: Stop-And-Frisk Policy Under Scrutiny In Philadelphia

WHYY: Report: Thousands of pedestrian stops by Philly police illegal, racially biased

NPR's Here and Now: Philadelphia Mob Boss’s Home Might Become Historic Site

NPR: Bill Cosby Case To Consider Broken-Agreement Question

Marketplace: Police in Philly pay for tips in unsolved homicides

WHYY: With half of 2015's murders unsolved, effect of Philly cash rewards is questioned

WHYY: Cosby arraigned on three counts of aggravated indecent assault

WHYY: Philly attorney McMahon's advice on striking jurors figures in case before U.S. Supreme Court

WHYY: Judge won't dismiss charges against Philadelphia woman accused of trying to help ISIS

Marketplace: Some tire of tinsel, others see a new way to shine

WHYY: Wilkes-Barre barkeep pours his last, as time runs out on Hourglass Lounge

WHYY: Fattah Jr. defending himself against federal fraud, theft charges

NPR: Philadelphia's Retiring Top Cop: 'I've Never Pretended To Be Perfect'

WHYY: For hundreds of inmates who killed in their youth, chance for parole hinges on high court ruling

WHYY: Abraham, Kenney, Williams vow to end 'stop and frisk,' support Ramsey

WHYY: Experts say 'stop and frisk' cannot be stopped in Philly

NPR: Building Trust, Or Danger? Debate Over Naming Officers After Shootings

WHYY: Sinkholes, another byproduct of Philly's aging infrastructure

WHYY: Point Breeze neighbors, beer garden developer at 'lagerheads' over collision of old and new

NPR's Here and Now: Millions Spent To Settle Claims Of Police Abuse In Philadelphia

NPR: N.J. Town Celebrates World Cup Champs And Hometown Hero

NPR: In Philadelphia's Fishtown, A Fierce Debate Over The Fate Of A Polish Church

NPR's Here and Now: ‘Stop-And-Frisk’ Likely To Change Under Next Philly Mayor

NPR: Tennessee's Medicaid Deal Dodges A Partisan Fight

NPR: Tired Of Being There, Is Why Teens Broke Out Of Tenn. Facility

NPR's Here and Now: In Tennessee, A Ballot Question Over The Best Way To Elect Judges

NPR: Tenn. Detention Facility Explores How To Control Rough Teens

NPR: Creating Your Baby's Last Name? Tennessee Says No

Marketplace: Inside Nashville's valet parking boom

NPR's Here and Now: Battle Lines Drawn Over Value-Added Teacher Assessment

NPR: Growing Worker Shortage Looms Over Logging Industry's Future

New York Magazine: Everyone Thinks Sweden Has a Sky-High Suicide Rate — It Doesn’t

Nashville Scene: Undocumented students in financial crisis find an unexpected ally in a Belle Meade Republican

Atlantic Cities: Inside Nashville's Oddly Ugly Bus-Rapid Transit Debate

Nashville Scene: One year later, the brutal death of Livia Smith remains unsolved — and friends and family demand answers

Older stuff:

Nashville Scene: DA's Office Accuses Vandy Rape Suspect Lawyer of Destroying Evidence

Nashville Scene: Local attorneys exit the Vanderbilt rape case as California counsel prepares an aggressive strategy

The Tennessean: Unflappable Process Server Gets Creative

Nashville City Paper: Judge slaps Jack White with restraining order, bars contact with estranged wife

The Tennessean: John Jay Hooker Wants to Change how Tennessee Chooses Judges for Highest Court

The Tennessean: Rutherford County Judge Issues Dress Code for Female Lawyers

The New York Times: Men Sought in Canny Grand Central Jewelry Theft

USA Today: Tenn. lawsuit echoes renowned hot coffee case

USA Today: Blood-thinner Pradaxa target of mass-claims suit

Nashville Scene: As high-dollar houses crowd onto tiny lots, teardown fever is sickening neighborhoods across Nashville

USA Today: More singles living alone and loving it, despite the economy

USA Today: Renters face fewer vacancies, rising rates

The Tennessean: For Nashville, is bus rapid transit ideal or idealistic?

The Tennessean: Developer's Dreams May Hinge on Making Up with Nashville Officials

The Oregonian: Portland suburb's photo radar produces 13,000 tickets; impact on safety unclear

New York Times: Nashville Gambles on Lure of New Convention Center 
New York Times: Sprawling Memphis Aims to Be a Friendlier Place for Cyclists
New York Times: Reversing Years of Neglect on a Hill

The Tennessean: Homes where murders happened overcome dark legacies

New York Times: Interns Find a Will, a Way, a Floor

New York Times: 1969, a Year of Bombings

USA Today: Widow turns tragedy into a cause for gun rights

USA Today: 'Notarios' often defraud hispanics, officials say

The New York Times: From the Spanish Steps to Spanish Harlem

The New York Times: How the G Got Its Groove Back

The Tennessean: TN trails other states in money to lure filmmakers

The Tennessean: Charles Galbreath, former judge and TN legislator with penchant for theatrics, dies at 88

The Tennessean: TN payday lender grows at breakneck speed amid industry criticism

The Oregonian: Clackamas County sees spike in homelessness among the middle class

The Oregonian: Pastor Samuel Moran came to Portland to lead exploding Hispanic Mennonite community

The Oregonian: Residents assess damage in flood-stricken slopes of Mount Hood

The Oregonian: Rising from the ashes of factory outsourcing, GrovTec remakes an old Oregon name

PERSONAL ESSAYS:

Nashville Scene: The unspoken, often broken rules of the dating app that has users swiping left and right

Nashville Scene: The teardown wrecking ball hits home — literally — for the Scene reporter who covered it

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