The firing of a white anchor for speculating black men were responsible for a mass shooting has sparked a debate in the black community.
This professor is worried about technology's influence on us – on our conversations, creativity, and ability to empathize with each other.
Producer Alex Ashlock focuses a lot of his attention on the military and veterans. He has these thoughts on the meaning of service and sacrifice.
Lake Superior State University's list includes the phrase, which refers to how men often take up too much space on public transportation.
This week we're talking with people who have been impacted by some of the big news stories of the year, like this Syrian-American student.
After an update in the Tamir Rice case, a former president of the National Bar Association shares what she believes needs to change.
Urban Dictionary defines selfie-stick as an elongated plastic or metal rod "with a camera on one end and a dense moron on the other."
There are now six Republicans officially running for president. Kay Henderson of Iowa Radio and Paul Steinhauser of NH1 discuss the latest.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd has kept a log of books he's read over a decade. He found a dearth of women authors. Is it just him?
An investigation by Reveal and the Center for Investigative Reporting has uncovered a policy of secrecy around claims of abuse.
A sequel to the critically acclaimed novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird," is due out this July.
Truckers say they don't mind the long hours, but that they want to choose when to take their breaks.
All the Disney on Ice shows including the popular show, "Frozen,"are produced -- not by Disney -- but by Feld Entertainment.
The Boston Globe's film critic has noticed a trend in films this year: the conflicted hero who doesn't consider his or her actions heroic.
Retired Hofstra professor Laurie Fendrich argues college professors remaining on faculty indefinitely is bad for students and universities.
NPR's David Folkenflik talks about whether journalists who fabricate or rip off copy from others should be banished from the field forever.
A new batch of shows will be premiering this fall on TV and they're much "nicer" with lighter plotlines, funnier characters, and newer stars.
The NPR series "Men in America" comes to an end this week. It has introduced evolving notions of masculinity in the 21st century.
Many films start generating Oscar buzz during the Toronto International Film Festival, which is going now.
Kirk Johnson, founder of The List Project, says many Iraqis who helped the U.S. during the war are in great danger.