"Did You Just Eat That?" looks at some of the do's and don'ts of preventing illness when eating and sharing food.
In her new book "Forget 'Having It All,' " journalist Amy Westervelt traces the history of motherhood in America, and explores ways to make it better for everyone.
Scott Kelly spent 340 days aboard the International Space Station, and took hundreds of photos of Earth while he was there — capturing the brilliant blue of the Bahamas, the...
"Flyover Country" is a new collection by poet Austin Smith that tackles misconceptions about the Midwest and drone violence.
Patrick McGovern started International Data Group out of his Massachusetts home in 1964, and grew it into one of the world's most influential media empires.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Field about the new memoir, which explores how Field's past guided, influenced, thwarted and ultimately shaped her life and career.
A new book argues Jerome Robbins' work in ballet, which has been at times overlooked, was equally as strong as his work on Broadway.
Luzerne County voted for Barack Obama in back-to-back elections. In 2016, the county swung for Donald Trump — by double digits.
Pete Souza has 2 million Instagram followers, and since President Trump took office, Souza has used the platform to comment on the administration.
The Tony Award-winning musical, now a young adult novel, tracks the story of a misfit high school senior -- Evan Hansen -- who gets caught in a lie about being...
Author Sara Farizan discusses her new novel "Here to Stay," which centers on a young man of Iranian and Jordanian descent who becomes the target of a cyberbully.
In author Daniel Mason's new book, a barely trained Polish medical student is deployed to tend to wounded soldiers in a dismal field station in the frozen Carpathian Mountains.
Imogen Hermes Gowar's new novel tells the story of how a mysterious corpse of what is said to be a mermaid baby draws crowds and changes lives in 18th-century London.
Eric Idle talks with Here & Now's Robin Young about his favorite Monty Python moments, and his new memoir "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life: A Sortabiography."
Historian Jill Lepore tells Here & Now's Robin Young she wrote her sweeping new book because she "really wanted to read it."
Here & Now's Robin Young visited the author and historian at her home to talk about her book "Leadership: In Turbulent Times," and her husband, speechwriter Richard Goodwin, who died...
"Winnie's Great War" introduces young readers to World War I through the lens of a bear cub, who became the real-life inspiration for Winnie the Pooh.
Linda Kay Klein grew up a devout Evangelical Christian. She broke up with her high school boyfriend after being convinced the joy she felt around him made her impure.
The colorful, molded gelatin dessert was anything but a wonderland for the women of Allie Rowbottom's family.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Adeyemi about her young adult fantasy novel "Children of Blood and Bone."