One scientist for NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program tells us more about the planets, and the TRAPPIST-1 system.
President Trump's policies on immigration, refugees and more have prompted millions of people to take to the streets. But many of them are first-time protesters.
For resident chef Kathy Gunst, Oscar night means preparing food like guacamole and popcorn, getting into pajamas and watching the show.
In his book "The Unsettlers," author Mark Sundeen follows modern homesteaders who've gone off the grid and taken other radical steps to live differently.
Michael De Luca has worked in plenty of high-pressure situations before. But this Sunday, he'll face the challenge of putting on the 89th Academy Awards.
The two countries have a complex, longstanding relationship on a variety of issues. But President Trump has raised uncertainty about its future.
The Academy Awards are this coming Sunday, and the Best Original Song field features several strong contenders.
Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Santa Clara University law professor Margaret Russell about what the legal rules on hate speech are.
Historians Brian Balogh and Nathan Connolly say there are examples going back to a landmark Supreme Court case in 1803.
Ian Purkayastha has loved truffles ever since he first tasted them as a teenager — at 15 years old, he was selling them to restaurants in his Arkansas hometown.
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti talks with a law professor who specializes in computer crime law and digital evidence investigation.
The Andrew Wyeth painting "Christina’s World" depicts a woman in a pink house dress stretched out in a field, turned toward a house in the distance.
Sledgehammers, axes and dirty coveralls come to mind when you think of so-called "manly work." But are those jobs going away?
"I still think that Mr. Trump was the lesser of two evils, and he is proving me right so far," says Richard Land, president of the Southern Evangelical Seminary.
The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan told Congress recently the war in Afghanistan is in a stalemate, and more troops are needed to break it.
Jenny Lawson, better known as The Bloggess, talks with Here & Now's Robin Young about her book "Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things."
Now a conservative MSNBC commentator, Sykes is in a strange purgatory — the right calls him a traitor, and the left doesn't yet trust him.
McCraney's play "In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue" became the basis for the film "Moonlight," which is up for eight Academy Awards.
Alisa Opar, author of "The curious connection between autism and cancer," published in the online magazine Spectrum, joins us to discuss her findings.
Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson talks with Democratic strategist Guy Cecil, chairman of the super PAC Priorities USA, about the party's plans.