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Maybe talking more frankly and listening more carefully about our lives could mend us more than trying to convince each other about political views, writes Janna Malamud Smith.
Real-life “Golden Girls.” Senior citizens getting roommates to ease financial pressures and fight loneliness. It’s a growing trend.
Photographer Jimmy Nelson is out with a stunning new book of pictures and stories of indigenous people around the world — as they see themselves, not as we see them.
Jeannie Rice bested the previous world record for her age group by 7 1/2 minutes at last month's Chicago Marathon.
When the stories we tell lean into the winds of modern crises, while also remaining rooted in meticulous research and documented history, we open new space for action and change....
President Trump visits Pennsylvania as Pittsburgh mourns. He promises to reverse birthright citizenship despite clear-cut constitutional guarantees. And, there's the push toward midterms.
Civility in our shared national political conversation: Do we need it? How do we get it back?
Ever wonder where the name "Mount Auburn" in Cambridge and Watertown came from? We find out for you.
The show is a Broadway return for 86-year-old acting icon Elaine May. Here & Now's Robin Young talks with co-star Michael Cera and director Lila Neugebauer about the production.
Gender-neutral signs and single bathrooms are becoming routine in new buildings.
I’m offended by the disingenuous claims that upholding this law will put women’s safety at risk, writes Jaclyn Friedman. It just isn’t true.
An epic crisis for marine life and dramatic declines in rainforest insect populations. New reports flag the planet’s hidden climate change effects.
As mass shootings become a fact of life in the United States, parents are grappling with how to explain these horrors to their children.
“It could happen anywhere anytime, but it’s rare,” Linda K. Wertheimer told her son. “You do not need to be afraid.”
We need to stop letting social media companies off the hook for their failure to adequately enforce the codes of conduct to which they pay lip service, writes Julie Wittes...
Immigration and the midterms. 5,200 troops head to the border. President Trump threatens to void the birthright citizenship law. Is it a winning strategy for the GOP?
For parents, it's a time to be especially attuned to the effects of the violence on children, two Harvard psychiatrists say, and to the effects on yourself if you're a...
Tamlyn Tomita ("The Good Doctor") and Hudson Yang ("Fresh Off The Boat") star in this Japanese story about a mother and son team with a seriously good sense of humor.
Funeral services are being held for three of the 11 victims of the shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Among the prayers recited will be Kaddish, the traditional Jewish prayer...
Fred Rogers lived in the city's Squirrel Hill neighborhood while making his children's television show, "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."