Thursday, May 17th 2018
A recent study found a more rigorous high school math and science curriculum correlated with decreased risky student behavior, like binge drinking and drug use.
Mike Sharkey, host of "The Pickin' Post" on KUAF in Arkansas, shares some of his latest bluegrass and folk finds.
Women in the U.S. are having babies at the lowest rate since the government began tracking fertility more than 100 years ago.
The historical hooks used by the Makah Tribe in Washington state help prevent the problems of "bycatch" — hauling up the wrong type of fish.
Democrats haven't won the Virginia seat in nearly 40 years, and no fewer than six are hoping to win the June 12 primary.
President Trump called some unauthorized immigrants "animals" at a White House meeting Wednesday.
USA Today immigration reporter Alan Gomez joins us to discuss President Trump calling some unauthorized immigrants "animals" during a meeting Wednesday, and more immigration news coming out of the White...
The CBS board of directors meets Thursday, after controlling shareholder Shari Redstone changed board rules to maintain power.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with journalist Neri Zilber and Ghaith al-Omari, a former Palestinian peace negotiator.
How much difference does a coach make? Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson explores the question with sports analyst Mike Pesca.
The musician, composer and lyricist tells Here & Now's Robin Young the music for the unique Broadway hit is the most personal he's written.
The New York Times reported Wednesday that a government informant met with Trump campaign advisers, to probe their links to Russia.
NPR national security editor Phil Ewing joins us to discuss the Mueller investigation, as it moves into its second year. Also, musician, composer and lyricist David Yazbek says the music...