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"What I'm trying to do is open their eyes, and allow them to see the world the way their ancestors did," says Washington College anthropology professor Bill Schindler.
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This comes after federal lawmakers dropped their bid to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which gives states money to expand their Medicaid programs.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Jeff Piotrowski, Emmy Award-winning storm chaser, about the deaths of two of his colleagues.
The rules would have given consumers more power over how internet service providers, like Comcast and Verizon, use consumers' personal data.
A proposed agreement will require the state of Michigan to replace up to 18,000 lead and galvanized water pipes in the city of Flint.
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President Trump's exeuctive actions target significant portions of Obama-era environmental protections, namely the Clean Power Plan.
Have the rules of engagement changed for American forces in the fight against ISIS?
President Trump says his administration will deport 2 to 3 million people who are in the U.S. illegally. In order...
Alexei Navalny, one of Putin's leading critics, was one of the hundreds arrested in the biggest demonstrations in Russia in...
Times of change and uncertainty often cause people to worry more. Penn State professor Michelle Newman discusses why we worry and how to stop doing it so much.
What goes into writing a dictionary? In her book, Merriam-Webster lexicographer Kory Stamper gives a behind-the-scenes look at the process.
The clean-fuel concept has been around for decades, but the market for hydrogen-powered cars is still in its infancy.
Michael De Luca has worked in plenty of high-pressure situations before. But this Sunday, he'll face the challenge of putting...
Ian Read talks with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson about how one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies is adjusting...
"Sports has always been political," Jemele Hill said, "and I think we've either fooled ourself or conveniently forgotten how much...
British Prime Minster Teresa May will trigger what's called Article 50 on Wednesday. That will begin the process by which the U.K. leaves the European...
The company, Neuralink, would reportedly use technology to implant electrodes in human brains to connect them to computers.
The lack of big advancements is in part because ailments of the brain can be much more complicated than physical issues.
Students seeking mental health care in college often face long wait times, according to a new survey from STAT.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with STAT's Rebecca Robbins about the biggest issues that drew companies' and trade groups' attention.
After a vote by National Football League owners, the Oakland Raiders will be relocating to Sin City in just a few years.
While the men's and women's college basketball tournaments are getting most of the attention, there's also baseball to consider.
Top seeds have fallen like timber in a forest as the men's NCAA basketball tournament heads into its second weekend.