As Afghans gear up to vote in the presidential election on Saturday, a young Afghan American is especially interested in how things turn out.
Private Islamic schools. Critics call them cocoons raising Muslim outsiders, while the schools' leaders argue that blending Islamic studies with an American context reflect a deeper integration in the US.
Last month, we announced our Significant Object story contest. We picked out three objects from a thrift store. We want you to perform creative alchemy, turning the junk into treasure by giving it a backstory.
WCAI reporter Sean Corcoran joins The Takeaway from the Kennedy Library in Boston, where the body of Senator Ted Kennedy lies in repose. We also talk to two people who came to pay their respects: Darren Ring of Weymus, MA and Ann Zeller of Fremont, NH.