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Political strategists Angela Rye and Paris Dennard join Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson and Meghna Chakrabarti to discuss the politics of changing gun laws.
NPR's Phil Ewing joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson for an update on Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Melanie Weber is among dozens of students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School meeting with state lawmakers in Florida's capital.
It took a grand total of 48 hours for right-wingers to target the victims of Parkland, writes Steve Almond.
Conley has been Boston's top prosecutor for 16 years.
The fallout continues over alleged Russian interference in U.S. elections and what appears to be an ongoing online campaign to divide public opinion.
People who go through "rigorous training" ought to be able to carry guns in schools to help stop shootings, says Republican State Sen. Greg Steube.
Lawmakers in Congress are talking about tightening background checks for gun purchasers.
President Trump is throwing his support to Mitt Romney's run for the U.S. Senate in Utah.
The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and the millions of people who have been galvanized by them, are taking on the gun lobby and the politicians they court.
We can better inoculate children against turning to violence by creating schools in which students feel safe and supported, writes Erin Seaton.
Move over career politicians. Teens are getting into the political game. Seven teens are running for governor in Kansas. Three of them join us.
What constitutes good leadership? And how has it changed over time?
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is warning of the national security risk posed by Chinese-funded Confucius Institutes housed at U.S. universities.
There's actually a lot of agreement on the issue if you look at public opinion, The Atlantic's Derek Thompson writes.
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with Julian Zelizer, professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and a CNN political analyst.
The ADA Education and Reform Act, passed by House Republicans Thursday, would make it harder for people to sue businesses that do not comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
President Trump sent out some eyebrow-raising tweets over the weekend about FBI missteps and the Russia investigation.
Alex Frecon crossed the border between North and South Korea, for the love of a sport — and made it back home.
Some politicians, like GOP Rep. Devin Nunes, have begun creating a parallel universe of websites where the news is always good for them — and bad for their opponents.