The author and historian joins Here & Now's Robin Young to compare the GOP health care bill's defeat to past presidential setbacks.
We've been wondering how a city's color palette comes to be, and what impact it has on the people who live there.
Musician Alex Lacamoire has put together an impressive resume over the past decade. He joins Here & Now's Robin Young to talk about his life and career.
Since January, about 3,800 New Jersey parents have opted to lay their infants to sleep in simple cardboard boxes.
As the title character in the new film "Wilson," Harrelson makes a welcome return to comedy playing a man with no filter.
In recent years, there's been a shift in many communities toward employing tried-and-true public health methods as treatment for violence.
New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin and Washington, D.C., to name a few, all saw decreases in the number of people taking public transit in 2016.
"Breaking the law or following the law is not the end of a conversation. It’s the beginning of one," the MSNBC host tells Here & Now's Robin Young.
Recently re-elected Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti discusses the future of the city, and its status as a "sanctuary city."
Iranian actress Shohreh Aghdashloo says her role in the Syfy show "The Expanse" allows her to continue participating in storytelling that is both meaningful and enlightening.
Many people believe they get free health care — they don't. Many others say they should have to buy plans through the Affordable Care Act — they do.
What separates people who are able to master life’s challenges -- job changes, relationships, moves -- and people who get overwhelmed?
The film is a change of pace for screenwriter and producer James Gunn, who’s best known for the hit 2014 film “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
Jonathan Wolff created the themes for a number of hit TV shows, from "Seinfeld" to "Will & Grace" to "Caroline in the City."
In her new essay in The New Yorker, Kathryn Schulz writes about loss, the way we process it and the lessons it eventually teaches us.
In his new book "Fallen Glory," author James Crawford explores how even history's greatest structures fall prey to time and conquest.
Father Columba Stewart has spent more than a decade traveling to some of the world’s most dangerous regions, helping locals photograph over 50 million handwritten pages.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with a history professor about how Hollywood's fascination with Russia often reflects American culture.
Clement Hanami of the Japanese American National Museum talks with Here & Now's Robin Young about "Instructions to All Persons: Reflections on Executive Order 9066."
Teens in Iceland were once among the heaviest substance abusers in Europe. Now the country boasts the fewest drinking, smoking and drug-taking youth on the continent.