Monday, February 12th 2018
There's been a steady shift in how many Americans prefer to live: a growing preference for walkable communities, urban centers and traditional Main Streets.
Two black bears in Southern California have been released back into the wild after they were badly burned in last year's deadly Thomas Fire.
Normally when the U.S. stock market takes a dive, markets in less developed parts of the world also take a hit. Not this time around.
The lawsuit argues the company broke New York law by "failing to protect its employees from pervasive sexual harassment, intimidation and discrimination," according to the statement.
The HBO documentary "May It Last" explores the making of The Avett Brothers' album "True Sadness."
"It's embarrassing, truly, that we have to do something like this," says Sedgwick County District Court Chief Judge James Fleetwood.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with NPR's Ron Elving about the latest debates in Washington.
In hour two of Here & Now's Feb. 12, 2018 full broadcast, we discuss the latest headlines from Washington, including congressional debates on immigration and infrastructure, and the resignation of...
The Atlantic's Ed Yong realized in 2016 that only around 24 percent of the sources for his stories were female.
NPR Beijing correspondent Anthony Kuhn joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to take a closer look at the foreign policy framework, which spans dozens of countries.
Even as we watch what's happening in Pyeongchang, there are other athletes now working toward the next Summer Games.
The last caribou herd in the continental U.S. lives in the Pacific Northwest, and a group of biologists, tribal members and volunteers are trying to boost its numbers.
NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman is just back from Syria, where a nearly seven-year-old civil war shows no sign of abating.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd checks in with NPR's Russell Lewis for the latest at the Winter Olympics, where a handful of Americans earned medals over the weekend.
"The president said he was gonna do big projects. There's practically no money in there for big projects," Rendell tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson.
In hour one of Here & Now's Feb. 12, 2018 full broadcast, we hear reaction to President Trump's infrastructure plan from Ed Rendell, former Democratic governor of Pennsylvania, who says...