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What’s happening to Clinton’s new campaign book is exactly what happened to her campaign, writes Steve Almond.
The biggest winners at last night's Emmy Awards were Hulu's "The Handmaid’s Tale" and HBO's "Big Little Lies," both shows with strong female leads.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Gyllenhaal and Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman about the new film "Stronger."
Margaret Atwood's dystopian tale-turned-show was crowned best TV drama. It won best drama writing and directing while earning Elisabeth Moss a best actress statuette and Ann Dowd a best drama supporting actress award.
Grotesque and unforgettable, Darren Aronofsky's latest film is not subtle in its environmental allusions.
Meanwhile, Selena Gomez shined a light on organ donation by posting an Instagram photo with her kidney donor.
Burns and co-creator Lynn Novick bring home the full tragedy of a war that America is still fighting, says critic-at-large Ed Siegel.
We’ll look at the new fall TV season -- it's pretty stacked.
Dick Lehr's new book for young adults is "Trell."
Many are asking, for reporters, what draws the line between doing a public service and needlessly putting oneself at risk?
The new film "May It Last" — in theaters for one night only — follows the making of the band's Grammy-nominated album, "True Sadness."
The 2017 summer box office numbers are in, and the season was the worst in a decade.
As Hurricane Irma nears Florida, people are taking to social media to share their advice about how best to prepare.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with media analyst John Carroll about what the ads might mean for viewers.
Kurt Andersen says over the past 500 years, America has slowly become untethered from reality.
Is it possible to make jokes about the Holocaust? "The Last Laugh" looks at that question with perspectives from both comedians and Holocaust survivors.
Teacher by day, blogger by night. Multi-tasking millennials are working side jobs. We’ll look at the “side-hustle” economy.
Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath have brought out some of the best — and worst — of social media.
The third season of "Narcos" drops Friday on Netflix, and the revival of 1990s TV show "Twin Peaks" wraps up its season on Showtime this Sunday.
Another Game of Thrones season down. What drives us to Westeros?