Friday, February 8th 2019
In 2017, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman said he'd use a "bullet" on Khashoggi if he didn't return to the kingdom and stop criticizing its government.
Many across the world celebrated the Lunar New Year on Tuesday. In Mongolia, the holiday continues, with a particularly rural flair.
After the city of Minneapolis dismantled a large, outdoor homeless camp in December, an experimental shelter opened in partnership with the Red Lake Nation.
Payne hosted "King Biscuit Time" from Helena, Arkansas, from 1951 until his death last February.
Former Maryland Congressman John Delaney, who declared his candidacy in July 2017, tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson about what his priorities would be as president.
Also on Twitter this week are conversations about blackface after two top Democrats in Virginia admitted to wearing blackface in the 1980s.
The hearing comes as newly empowered Democrats ramp up investigations of the Trump administration.
Former Maryland Congressman John Delaney declared his candidacy for president of the United States in July 2017, becoming the first Democrat to do so. He tells Here & Now's Jeremy...
The Nashville Ballet is presenting a reimagining of what may have been an affair between William Shakespeare and the "Dark Lady" of his sonnets.
In Chicago, the issue of police suicide is staggering. Since last July, at least five officers have killed themselves, and now there may be a sixth death.
Almost 2 billion people depend on water from the Himalayas, where glaciers supply freshwater to China, India and Pakistan.
As he watches political unrest in his native country grow, the Venezuela-born conductor of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Carlos Izcaray, is turning to a familiar place in search of hope:...
The Venezuela-born conductor of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra talks about the music he's turning to for solace as unrest grows in his native country. Also, 2 billion people depend on...
After House Democrats began a series of investigations into the president's ties to Russia, Trump took to Twitter claiming it is "presidential harassment."