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The Atlantic's Ed Yong realized in 2016 that only around 24 percent of the sources for his stories were female.
The lawsuit argues the company broke New York law by "failing to protect its employees from pervasive sexual harassment, intimidation and discrimination," according to the statement.
The HBO documentary "May It Last" explores the making of The Avett Brothers' album "True Sadness."
"Artists are using different types of technology pretty much like any other material. And artists have practically always adopted technology as soon as it was available."
The internet lit up during the few hours overnight that the government shutdown occurred — the second shutdown in the span of a few weeks.
NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik joins us to discuss the $500 million sale, which comes amid sexual harassment allegations against the paper's publisher.
The three Americans who helped stop a terrorist attack on a high-speed train bound for Paris in 2015 play themselves in the new action movie.
In August 2015, three American tourists on a high-speed train helped subdue a terrorist armed with an assault rifle, a knife and more than 200 rounds of ammunition.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with NPR TV critic Eric Deggans about the streaming service debuting its reboot of the 2003 reality series.
"Here and Now" the TV show stars Robbins and Holly Hunter as a college philosophy professor and his wife. Robbins' character is turning 60 — and things aren't going well.
Here & Now media analyst John Carroll joins us to round up this year's top Super Bowl spots, as well as those that didn't quite hit the mark.
More than 120 women in Italy's film industry signed a letter of support for Italian women who were publicly shamed for speaking out against their abusers.
The newspaper shared its name with a Ku Klux Klan publication. The staff at The Crusader announced Friday the paper will now be known as The Spire.
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti discusses social media reaction to the release Friday of a Republican memo alleging FBI surveillance abuse.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to discuss Netflix's new show, and the current wealth of sci-fi TV.
Regular season NFL ratings were down 10 percent compared to last year. Meanwhile, NBA ratings have gone up around 20 percent.
Nuseir Yassin was working at a high-paying tech job in New York when he realized that one-third of his life was over.
Gianni Versace was gunned down on the front steps of his home in Miami Beach, Florida, on July 15, 1997.
One moment from Sunday night's Grammy Awards is drawing criticism from the Trump administration.
It's long been noted that nonwhite characters are underrepresented, both on the big screen and on TV.