This Grammar Fanatic Wants To Start A Conversation About Language
Ellen Jovin set up a table in New York City where anyone can stop by and ask a question about grammar. "They just walk up, and they'll say, 'Is there an apostrophe in this word?' " she says.
'A Moment Of National Crisis': Labour Party MP Calls For 2nd Brexit Referendum
"Ultimately, this will have to be settled by the British public in a second referendum," Member of Parliament David Lammy tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson.
Patience And Powerlessness As Mother Awaits Son Seeking Asylum In U.S.
Last year, a woman from El Salvador traveled to the U.S. border, seeking asylum. This year, her teenage son made the same journey.
Redefining The Kilogram: Turning A Piece Of Metal Into A Math Problem
Patrick Abbott, a physicist at the National Institute of Science and Technology, explains to Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson what the change means.
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