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Books help us understand each other and our place in the world, writes Lee Chelminiak.
Mueller. Midterms. Manafort's trial continues. Iran sanctions reimposed, and the trade war with China escalates. Our news roundtable takes it all in.
Next year's Academy Awards will see some major changes, including a new category. Some winners will also not be aired live.
Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson round up the latest media stories with NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik.
The way forward for the Democratic Party. Jon Favreau's popular new podcast, "The Wilderness," explores how the Democrats lost their way and how to bounce back.
Juul's answer to accusations of marketing to minors is an anti-smoking marketing campaign targeted at young people. But, will the ads — some of which stress that Juuls are just...
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Apple released a statement explaining why it's removed many of the conspiracy theorist's podcasts from its platform.
Here & Now's Robin Young rounds up stories trending online with Femi Oke of Al Jazeera English.
Les Moonves' future at CBS remains unclear as stars and executives at the network grapple with the potential implications for their prominent CEO.
Manafort on trial. Escalating trade war with China. Facebook and fake accounts. The news roundtable dives in.
Documentaries are making a splash this summer at the movie box office. From “RBG” to “Three Identical Strangers,” we’ve got your front-row seat.
A new battle has broken out between farm groups and the Trump administration amid the China-U.S. trade war.
Greed. Deception. Adorable baby cows. Billy Porter ("Pose") and Joshua Boone ("Seven Seconds") star in this East African folktale that asks: "is honesty always the best policy?"
Facebook's suspension of the conspiracy theorist has far from settled the debate over how social media platforms should police online misinformation.
Not only the Senate but also the House may very well remain safely Republican, writes Tom Keane.
A president like no other has changed the way the media covers the White House. Is it dangerous? Is it fair?
The future isn't looking so bright right now for some of the world's biggest social media companies.
It was a normal day in May 2008 when helicopters surrounded the tiny town of Postville, Iowa. Then about 1,000 ICE agents descended on a meatpacking plant in the town.
We look at the week's biggest local headlines with Tom Keane and Joe Battenfeld.