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Uproar continues over the administration's policy of separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Trump Administration has confirmed that Kathy Kraninger will be the nominee to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Voters will not have an opportunity to impose an income surtax on the state’s wealthiest earners this November.
The aim of every Democratic candidate in these midterms should be a relentless focus on policy at the local level, writes Steve Almond.
A merger spree is underway across industries, writes Rich Barlow.
Top reporters open their notebooks and share what they’re working on and watching for in the week ahead.
Science is under attack from quack experts and self-appointed activists, warns a top doctor who has been caught in the crossfires. He makes the case.
Moulton said he and his wife Liz Boardman are expecting their first child -- a girl -- in the fall.
We look at the major news stories of the week, including the Boston City Council's new regulations on short-term rental platforms.
A lawsuit against Harvard claims the school unfairly discriminates against Asian-American applicants.
Trump addressed immigration policy, tariffs, Thursday's FBI inspector general's report and more.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Don Golden, executive director of Red Letter Christians, about the group and why it takes issue with some conservative evangelicals.
China announced retaliatory levies on American products shortly after the White House confirmed it would go ahead with a 25 percent tariff on high-tech Chinese imports.
Anita and Jim McHaney bought a farm after they finished working full time, and planned to grow and pickle vegetables. They've filed a lawsuit against the state.
NBC senior politics editor Beth Fouhy and NPR White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe join Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson to discuss.
Comey and the Clinton email report. Implied verification and North Korea. The Supreme Court and voter registration. The news roundtable weighs in.
The World Cup kicks off in Russia. The U.S. team didn’t make the cut but there are plenty of teams to watch and politics to unpack.
State Sen. Kathleen O'Connor Ives said she is hopeful the state's attorney general will investigate several aspects of the moves of the trustees of the small private school before its...
None of the 50-plus license applications from 28 businesses were presented for approval to the board regulating the state's new legal cannabis industry on Thursday.
We review the major headlines and takeaways from the inspector general's report.