Monday, April 16th 2018
If you live in California and want to stay close to home for college, you might be among the many students who are disappointed.
Though he became blind in his teens, Erik Weihenmayer didn't let his lack of sight prevent him from summitting Mount Everest or kayaking the Grand Canyon.
Despite driving rain and cooler-than-average temperatures, runners are competing in the 122nd Boston Marathon.
With so much attention on North Korea and its nuclear weapons program, we may be overlooking some other nuclear issues in other countries.
A video that has garnered more than 9 million views on Twitter shows two black men being arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia, drawing accusations of racial profiling.
The case, South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., centers on how sales taxes are collected when a business in one state sells a product to a customer in another state.
Sunday night former FBI director James Comey appeared in his first TV interview since President Trump fired him.
In hour two of Here & Now's April 16, 2018 full broadcast, a video that has garnered more than 9 million views on Twitter shows two black men being arrested...
There's still legal uncertainty surrounding the marijuana business in the U.S. But that is not stopping Wall Street from dipping into the market, now that nine states and Washington, D.C.,...
Tuesday is the deadline for filing your taxes, and the IRS reports that as of early April, almost 80 percent are in line to get a refund.
Bernstein wrote his second symphony in the years following World War II, when he was 30 years old.
Reaction continues Monday in Washington over the explosive new book from Former FBI Director James Comey.
The Syrian town of Douma is the site of a suspected April 7 chemical weapons attack that killed dozens and prompted U.S.-led missile strikes over the weekend.
In hour one of Here & Now's April 16, 2018 full broadcast, we discuss the Sunday night James Comey interview on ABC, as well as the reaction in Washington, with...