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Massachusetts schools will now have more options for how they educate students learning the English language.
The House Ethics Committee will investigate Michigan Democratic Rep. John Conyers, after former staffers accused him of making unwanted sexual advances.
The Congressional Office of Compliance paid out $17 million for more than 250 settlements with employees over 20 years, and many want to know for what.
Financial sanctions are part of a strategy by the Trump administration to help rein in various rogue nations.
Ron and Heather talk with Andrew Rudalevige, Professor of Government at Bowdoin College. They discuss presidential pardons throughout history and examine whether President Trump could pardon himself.
Gen. Ratko Mladić was convicted Wednesday morning of crimes against humanity and genocide in the former Yugoslavia. The tribunal that found him guilty, writes Susan E. Reed, also played a...
Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday he'd support a proposal to ban motorists in Massachusetts from holding their cellphones while they drive.
The journalist Joe Klein, a leading Bill Clinton chronicler in the 1990s, said Tuesday that he was an “enabler” for defending the then-president.
The BBC's Camilla Mills tells Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd what this means for the country.
In a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, more than half of Americans surveyed say they're dreading talking politics during the Thanksgiving meal.
The change is seen as a victory for the telecommunications industry, while tech companies are largely in favor of keeping the Obama-era rules.
Rep. Michael Capuano joined Morning Edition to discuss the end of temporary protected status for Haitians living in the U.S.
The current head of U.S. Strategic Command recently said he would resist what he called an "illegal" order from President Trump to launch nuclear weapons.
Here & Now security analyst Jim Walsh discusses the implications of President Trump redesignating North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism.
The Trump administration announced Monday that temporary status for Haitians will come to an end by mid-2019.
I’m glad for the public outrage about the misogyny baked into our legal system, religious texts and popular culture, writes Anita Diamant. It’s good for the body politic though nothing...
While opioid addiction grabs the headlines, writes Rich Barlow, we Americans have drunk ourselves into a silent epidemic that’s killing far more people.
An unusual coalition of birth control advocates, health insurers and politicians came together to help the bill sail through and become the first state-law response to the October rule easing...
Twenty years after Bill Clinton’s sex scandal, is it time to rethink how that played out, and its lessons for now?
Banning trophy hunting doesn’t solve everything, writes Carl Safina. But in Africa, it’s one answer to poaching, cynicism, hypocrisy, corruption and the wildlife crisis.