Tuesday, September 10th 2013
From Talking Heads to Alpine.
Apple has unveiled the latest iPhones — the 5C and 5S — and says they will replace the current iPhone 5. Apple also says its next mobile operating system, iOS...
It's becoming increasingly common for grandparents to be the guardians of their grandchildren, but they often face challenges when enrolling them in school.
There are trillions of microbes living in and on our bodies: bacteria, fungi, viruses and other microorganisms. A growing body of evidence indicates they may be vital for our health.
In a major shakeup, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is removing Alcoa, Bank of America and Hewlett-Packard, and replacing them with Goldman Sachs Group, Visa and Nike.
Warren Wethington, the sheriff of Cedar County, Iowa, whose daughter is visually impaired, supports state gun permit changes that allow the visually impaired to legally carry firearms in public.
Syria says it accepts the proposal to put its chemical arsenal under international control, but a weapons expert says implementing such an agreement would be a "complete nightmare."
President Obama will address the country tonight. He's expected to make his case for taking military action in Syria. NPR's Scott Horsley joins us for a preview of the speech.
Two Colorado state senators face a recall election today, brought by gun rights advocates who were upset by the senators' sponsorship of gun control laws following the Aurora theater shooting.
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst has been noticing that fermented is in! She shares recipes for bread and butter pickles, pickled peppers, pickled fruits and "chile dilly beans."
Researchers at the University of Texas are trying to improve the alert system that lets fire departments know when one of their firefighters needs to be rescued.
Thousands have been protesting in Mexico City in opposition to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's proposed reforms, including an aggressive overhaul of the education system.
President Obama isn't asking Congress to declare war against Syria but he is asking Congress to approve a military action. We take a look at how other presidents have handled...
Wall Street Journal reporter Sam Dagher says a senior member of the Syrian parliament told him "Hezbollah and the Syrian Army were one body" and will retaliate if the U.S....
The Syrian foreign minister said today that his government has accepted a Russian proposal to turn over chemical weapons, calling it a plan to "derail U.S. aggression."
Military families that have experienced a suicide tell Here & Now's Alex Ashlock that they find comfort in meeting other families through organizations like TAPS and the Military Friends Foundation.