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How Did The WPA Change U.S. Infrastructure? 'It Did Just About Everything,' Scholar Says
"It's all over the country. It's just that you don't really notice it," says Gray Brechin, geographer and founder of the online archive The Living New Deal.
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Investigators Learn More About California Couple That Locked Up Children
Thirteen of the couple's children were discovered by deputies over the weekend, several of them shackled to their beds.
Tech Roundup: Facebook Changes News Feed, Bitcoin Slides, Google's Art Selfie App
Recode's Edmund Lee joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to talk about some of the top tech stories in the news.
Proposed 2020 Census Question Draws Criticism
The Trump administration wants to add a question to the survey that could influence the overall count — especially in states with large immigrant populations.
Myanmar Reaches Rohingya Repatriation Agreement With Bangladesh
Myanmar has agreed to accept the return of 1,500 Rohingyas per week, and says it aims to have all of them back in the country...
DACA Deal Eludes Congress As Government Shutdown Looms
Some Democrats have threatened to withhold their votes on a spending bill to keep the government open beyond Friday without protection for DACA.
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93-Year-Old Russell Nelson Expected To Be Named Mormon Church's New Prophet
Nelson would succeed Thomas Monson, who died earlier this month, and would be the second-oldest person to lead the church's...
Hawaii False Missile Alarm Raises Questions About U.S. Nuclear Preparedness
State officials said someone doing a routine test during a shift change at the emergency management agency mistakenly hit the...
'It's Our Duty' To Welcome Salvadorans In The U.S. Back Home, Ambassador Says
"We need a legal, permanent solution for our people," says Claudia Ivette Canjura, El Salvador's ambassador to the United States.
What's Next For Conservative Media As Bannon Leaves Breitbart?
Here & Now's Robin Young discusses Bannon's departure, and a growing unionization movement at digital media companies, with NPR media...
Luger Erin Hamlin Heads To Winter Olympics For 4th Time
Hamlin has been riding the luge since she was 12 years old. Now, she's heading to the Olympics for her fourth, and likely final, time.
Years Before 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. Fought For Racial Justice In Memphis
King made a highly anticipated trip to Memphis in 1957 following the Montgomery bus boycott, when he was "just emerging onto the national scene," scholar and author Otis Sanford says.
This CEO Chose To Offer His Employees Unlimited Vacation — And Says It's Paying Off
"We started this policy in January 2016, and in calendar 2016, we had the best year we ever had," says...
Nextdoor CEO Wants To Bring Neighbors Together
From helping find lost dogs to assisting each other in a disaster, the social network is designed to connect people...
'We'll Put It To Work,' Southwest Airlines CEO Says Of Possible GOP Tax Cut Savings
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to discuss what's on the horizon for the company,...
Related CEO Jeff Blau On Hudson Yards, Sustainability And Trump
Related Companies is behind the Hudson Yards project in Manhattan, the largest private real estate development in the history of...