Tuesday, June 12th 2018
In Iowa, there's a conversation going on about whether to raise the degree requirements for morticians for the first time in 60 years.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson discusses the state of factory jobs in the city and how the talk of new steel tariffs is going over in town.
"I would've preferred a more traditional bottom-up approach ... that we get something in return ahead of time," says Bruce Klingner, senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
"More women are writing, and I would say writing deeper and more important work than men right now, and more women are reading it," says Steve Almond.
"This is how North Korea buys time and money with which to do what it really desires, which is further advance its nuclear and missile capabilities," says Sung-Yoon Lee of...
The world is interpreting the two countries' commitment "to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula."
The historic face-to-face meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is over, and the world is interpreting the two countries' commitment "to work toward complete denuclearization...
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Peter Kafka, senior editor of media for Recode, about the deal, as well as the official rollback of net neutrality this week.
Moctesuma Esparza's company Maya Cinemas aims to bring first-run movie theaters to underserved communities with large Latino populations.
With warmer weather comes more reliance on air conditioning. But there are ways to keep cool without wasting energy.
As thousands of Southern Baptists gather for their annual meeting, leader Paige Patterson will not be speaking.
Here & Now's Robin Young gets reaction to the summit and the joint statement the two leaders signed from Here & Now security analyst Jim Walsh.
President Trump returns to the U.S. on Tuesday after a historic face-to-face meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The two leaders released a joint statement committing to establish...