Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
The Trump administration is now getting judges confirmed at a faster rate than previous presidencies.
Average weekday ridership on the New York City subway fell slightly last year for the first time since 2009, and has also been declining this year.
The Museum of the Bible is just two blocks from the National Mall. But it's unlike any of the other history, art or science museums in the area.
Social media was quick to respond when the sheriff took to Facebook to threaten charging a truck owner with disorderly conduct over an anti-Trump bumper sticker.
In a rare move, a group of 13 young people convinced a judge to give them standing in a court case against Enbridge Energy.
Officials at TransCanada say they are unsure why the Keystone pipeline leaked about 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota on Thursday.
The novel by Khaled Hosseini follows the lives of women through multiple generations in Afghanistan. The story is now an opera.
The penny-pinching owner of the Kwik-E-Mart has been a fixture on the show since 1990. But a new documentary asks, is the character racist?
Earlier this week military leaders put Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe under house arrest in what appeared to be a military coup.
What looks like a nondescript cargo van is actually a cutting-edge marijuana research lab.
A wave of ballot initiatives brought the total number of states to legalize marijuana for medical or recreational use up to 29, plus the District of Columbia.
NPR's Domenico Montanaro and MSNBC's José Díaz-Balart join Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson and Robin Young to discuss the week in politics.
From Bonobo to Caribou.
In hour two of Here & Now's Nov. 16, 2017 full broadcast, Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, discusses the Senate GOP tax cut...
In hour one of Here & Now's Nov. 16, 2017 full broadcast, we discuss the latest in politics with NPR's Ron Elving, including where the GOP tax overhaul efforts in...
Many of us are taught not to talk politics at the dinner table. But an event called "Make America Dinner Again" breaks that rule, in a big way.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse about what he saw and heard in Bangladesh.
The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Wednesday that he'll be stepping down.
The dish — five football fields wide and composed of 4,450 panels — will collect radio signals from distant corners of the universe.
A new report out Thursday from Consumer Reports says new technology built into new cars can help make the roads safer, but also lead to distracted driving.