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Jessica Pressler of New York Magazine joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to discuss her reporting on the 2016 plot, the FBI investigation and upcoming trial.
The former USA Gymnastics team doctor has admitted to using his position to sexually abuse underage girls. More than 120 women have spoken so far.
Massachusetts State Police are investigating evidence that troopers within a unit assigned to patrol the Massachusetts Turnpike to reduce injuries stemming from accidents were getting paid for shifts they did...
A group of women participated in a special ceremony recently inside the Tennessee Prison for Women: their graduation from Lipscomb University.
Because photos and messages on the app disappear, it's hard for investigators to gather evidence.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston said in a statement Saturday that he couldn't explain why Francis "chose the particular words he used."
Anne Barrett Doyle, the co-director of BishopAccountability.org, joins us to discuss the reactions of Chileans and Bostonians to the Pope's remarks.
"Abusers, your time is up. The survivors are here, standing tall, and we are not going anywhere," Raisman said, asking the judge to give Larry Nassar the maximum sentence possible.
New data from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives shows that the number of thefts from licensed gun retailers have increased by 227 percent since 2013.
The White House is removing Haiti from the list of more than 80 nationalities permitted to come to the U.S. on H2A agricultural and H2B non-agricultural visas.
As Congress works to strike a bipartisan deal on DACA, we speak with the woman who inspired the original DREAM Act as a teen nearly 20 years ago.
Police say the 16-year-old victim identified the suspect as someone he had attended school with in Boston.
Is it possible to test if someone is too high to drive? Eli Wirtschafter from KALW reports an emerging industry is trying to answer that question.
The commanding officers will face court-martial charges for separate deadly collisions involving the USS Fitzgerald and USS McCain last year.
Thirteen of the couple's children were discovered by deputies over the weekend, several of them shackled to their beds.
Is there a better way to talk about race and social justice? On Martin Luther King, Jr Day, we’ll try.
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his family have essentially won their fight against the federal government — at least for now.
Boston police are investigating a pair of daylight shootings that left two young men dead and a third hospitalized.
The measure gives border patrol agents extra technology, including chemical screening devices, to help them identify and seize illicit fentanyl before it enters the country.
"They are some of the very biggest companies in the fossil fuel industry. That industry knowingly exacerbated climate change," de Blasio tells Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti.