Tuesday, February 13th 2018
WQXR DJ Terrance McKnight explores the history of the cello, including modern works from Philip Glass and Bright Sheng.
Oil prices have dropped more than 10 percent since late January.
For some, flowers and chocolates may be staples of Valentine's Day. But what about being serenaded on a romantic gondola ride?
For decades, Alzheimer’s researchers have pursued the idea that clearing out clumps of a protein called amyloid would delay or cure the brain disease.
There's a new federal mandate for truckers to electronically track the number of hours they're on the road. It's meant to make highways safer.
In hour two of Here & Now's Feb. 13, 2018 full broadcast, we hear from Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., about continued debate on immigration policy in the Senate. Also we...
"What the American people are very clear about ... is that they want to make sure that the 'Dreamers' in this country get legal status and they get a path...
It's a surprising move from a company that has been rapidly expanding for years.
The much-anticipated Marvel superhero movie is the first to star a majority black cast.
One of the most well-known buildings in Chicago is losing its name.
The town of Khorgos sits on Kazakhstan's border with China. It's remote, but it's perfectly located for China's "Belt and Road" initiative.
Thousands of families across the country have been living in hotels, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency had been picking up the tab.
FBI Director Christopher Wray is expected to be asked about staff security clearance at the White House.
In hour one of Here & Now's Feb. 13, 2018 full broadcast, NPR's Greg Myre joins us to discuss the latest as top intelligence officials testify about "worldwide threats" before...