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The park is home to more geysers than any other place on Earth, and researchers are still learning about how they work.
Writer Robert Finch has walked the Outer Beach for more than 50 years.
Cape Cod is the only known aggregating site for white sharks in the North Atlantic.
Air pollution can cause a number of acute and chronic health problems, and it's getting worse in many cities around the world.
Former top White House counterterrorism adviser Richard Clarke joins us to talk Russia, cyber security, more threats headed our way – and what we can do to stop them.
Many of us have good intentions when it comes to helping the environment -- from recycling to buying hybrid cars -- but that doesn't mean we always follow through.
Alaska Electric Light and Power Company uses helicopters to trigger smaller slides that prevent more destructive avalanches.
Researchers say they have discovered the highest density of trash in the world on a tiny, remote island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Investors are forking over big bucks to invest in the faux meat industry. Will this save the planet and humanity? And how does it taste?
In recent years, we've been getting to know a lot of wild animals on a first-name basis through national and international news stories.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd met the Schwörer family on its 50-foot aluminum sloop during a stop in Boston last November.
Our National Monuments are under review -- why does it matter?
Baker and his fellow Republican governor in Vermont, Phil Scott, call on federal leaders to maintain Paris commitments.
Robert Thorson says that while the pond is certainly a large part of Thoreau's legacy, the rivers that flowed around him are a better metaphor for his life.
Erica Peterson from Here & Now contributor WFPL takes a closer look at the project, the first of its kind.
We speak with the chairman of the commission about the implications for the shore.
Old-growth forests are essential for providing habitat for animals and plants, mitigating flooding and absorbing carbon emissions.
What if you could get someone else to raise your child? Turns out there's a bird that's figured out how to do just that.
Building offshore wind farms is expensive. But the effort to extend the credits for an additional six years faces stiff headwinds.
James Comey fired. Sally Yates. Health care. Macron bests LePen in France. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.