Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
The production includes theatrical acting, disco music and men playing women — all while staying true to Austen's original themes.
Vice News Tonight correspondent Elle Reeve joins Here & Now's Robin Young to talk about embedding with the organizers of the "Unite the Right" rally.
As newsrooms around the country turn to computer algorithms, Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd got to thinking about his own future in the business.
In his book "The Ends of the World," Peter Brannen looks at what happened to cause past crises and extinctions, and tries to determine what our future might bring.
From ancient China to Christopher Columbus, author Bryan Brewer takes us on a journey through the mythology, history and science of eclipses.
For those 55 or over, living without a spouse or kids, one Facebook group of about 5,000 users provides a space for support and advice.
Andrew Bacevich says people should spend less time worrying about President Trump and more time thinking about the context of his election.
At midnight on Aug. 14, 1947, the British ended their rule over the subcontinent and divided it into Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan.
How is our knowledge of the upcoming solar eclipse so precise? Kelly Beatty of Sky & Telescope magazine joins Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti to explain.
The new systems are changing the way families who have farmed for generations live their daily lives.
For nearly 30 years Saunders was a steady, calm presence on ESPN and ABC Sports broadcasts. What the public didn't know was his difficult life away from the camera.
A new study took samples from 14 used kitchen sponges and extracted genetic material to identify and sequence microbes they contained.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd spent a morning doing rounds with Charlie Innis, the New England Aquarium's director of animal health.
Photographer Michael Crouser spent 10 years taking pictures of northwestern Colorado mountain ranchers and the work they do.
"I just feel like there aren't a whole lot of people that do what I do, and I have no problem taking care of our own," Dr. Christine McGinn says.
How might John Kelly impact the Trump White House? Leon Panetta, who was chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton, joins Here & Now to weigh in.
Chuck Rosenberg, acting administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson how the agency is approaching the crisis.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Young about his dramatic rise as a singer, and how a baseball injury in college turned his focus toward music.
With addiction such a prominent problem, experts say it's time to use words that don't carry judgment.
Grilling is a great way to add slow-cooked flavor to your next summer barbecue, according to Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst.