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President Barack Obama said he thought he could have been elected to a third term. But of course, he couldn't even seek one.
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The Rev. Dwight Wolter has asked his congregants to take a moment to write a brief "letter to America" to be read at the service.
It's down to the final four in the NFL playoffs, and the teams that will play in Super Bowl 51 will decided this weekend.
Patrick Madden of Here & Now contributor WAMU reports on the event's many security challenges, and what officials are doing to prepare.
The day after Donald Trump is sworn in as president, an estimated 200,000 people are expected to attend the Women's March on Washington.
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NPR congressional reporter Scott Detrow joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss the Oklahoma attorney general's prospects for confirmation.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson highlights key moments from the three-hour hearing, which included a far-reaching debate over the future...
Rep. Tom Price is taking the hot seat Wednesday, facing questions from lawmakers on the Senate Health Committee.
Manning, an Army private, was convicted of a 2010 leak of classified military and diplomatic information to WikiLeaks.
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst says that by experimenting with textures and colors, you can make delicious salads regardless of season.
About 50 Democratic lawmakers say they will not attend the inauguration. Not a great start, but according to historians Ed Ayers and Joanne Freeman, it could be worse.
The CEO of Rodale Inc. has faced challenges — and some controversy — since taking over the helm of the...
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Fields about how he hopes to work with the new administration, the future...
Hilfiger's signature red, white and blue logo is recognizable with a glance. But his company has faced ups and downs...
The family business began back in 1933 when Francesco Illy developed an espresso machine. Today, the company is run by...
Google and MIT's Media Lab have an after-school coding program in the city to lure more kids to tech without leaving their neighborhood.
The company has typically been focused on the defense industry, but the new release of products is aimed at consumers.
The study's findings offered a new possibility for treating diabetes. But its conclusions were soon questioned, as they couldn't be reproduced.
Chemotherapy and radiation can take away patients' sense of taste. Sometimes just temporarily, but sometimes permanently.
Imagine working on medical or scientific research for five years, only to have it rejected by a journal, stolen and then published by someone else.
It's a new twist in the debate over whether college athletes should be paid.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins checks in with sports analyst and author John U. Bacon about how the practice might affect the future of college...
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins speaks with sports analyst Mike Pesca about what to watch for in this weekend's semi-final matchups.