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Political correctness on college campuses. Are so-called "trigger warnings" and intellectual "safe spaces" creating a generation of students who can’t cope? Authors of a new book say "yes."
In her 2017 book, author Kamila Shamsie takes the Greek tragedy "Antigone" and set it in modern times to comment on the war on terror.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins revisits her conversation with journalist Amy Ettinger, author of "Sweet Spot: An Ice Cream Binge Across America."
We've teamed up with some of the best kids podcasts out there to bring you our final summer bonus episode, the Kids Listen Road Trip Mixtape. Perfect for your end-of-summer...
Africa’s remaining wild lions could be wiped out by 2050. We’ll look at the reasons for the catastrophic decline and efforts to save them.
"Biracial was an important term for me when it first came out ... because previously we hadn't known what to call people like me," says author Julie Lythcott-Haims.
From Lobster Rolls and Clam Chowder to Portuguese and Jamaican inspired dishes, there's a lot to love about the cuisine of Cape Cod.
Author Daren Wang spent his childhood in Town Line, New York, which seceded from the Union and didn't rejoin it until 1946.
The city is the backdrop for some big summer films, including "Blindspotting" and "Sorry to Bother You," and the breakout novel "There There."
Max Greenfield ("The Neighborhood," "New Girl") stars in this Russian folktale about the power of music.
We speak with Maine-based author Richard Russo about whether the shock of a school shooting in novels and in art has worn off and how novelists should write about them...
Additionally, a new website aims to help residents figure out what items they can and cannot recycle.
Hours and hours of screen time. How much are digital distractions changing the way kids think, and even read?
How the American dream became temporary. We explore the origins of the gig economy, and what these gigs mean for workers now.
The poet and publisher died last Friday from cancer. He was 75.
"I think there's a fine line between exploration and invasion," author Christopher Kelly tells Here & Now's Lisa Mullins.
To celebrate the 200th birthday of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," NPR put together a curated list of 100 horror novels and stories.
Three decades of "The Simpsons." We turn our eye on Springfield with a top writer who has been in the mix since day one.
Compassion may be the cure. A doctor shares his guide to healing through empathy and listening.
The colorful, molded gelatin dessert was anything but a wonderland for the women of Allie Rowbottom's family.