Monday, February 11th 2019
North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones died Sunday on his 76th birthday.
It's an artist's worst nightmare: realizing your work has been stolen and is being sold by someone else.
Also, fewer taxpayers are filing early. It may be a sign of confusion over the new tax code.
In a blues edition of the Here & Now DJ Sessions, we listen to some of the genre's best with Cary Wolfson, host of "Blues from the Red Rooster Lounge."
Local politicians are disputing President Trump's claim that the city became safer after a fence was put up at the border.
In a blues edition of the Here & Now DJ Sessions, we listen to some of the genre's best with Cary Wolfson, host of "Blues from the Red Rooster Lounge."...
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Derek Thompson, senior editor at The Atlantic, who writes flying cars are an "impossible dream."
More than 500,000 people in the U.S. experience homeless on any given night. But many shelters only provide a brief roof over their heads.
Denver teachers are asking for changes to the way their pay is calculated. But many schools will still be in session Monday, with substitute teachers.
Salmon raised in hatcheries sometimes have trouble finding their way back to the waters where they were born.
Rutger Bregman caused a stir at the World Economic Forum when he suggested a solution to many of the world's economic problems: tax wealthy people more.
Over the weekend, President Trump tweeted what appeared to be a joke about the 19th-century removal of Cherokee people from their homelands that killed thousands.
Here & Now's Robin Young previews the week in Washington, D.C., with NPR lead political editor Domenico Montanaro.
It will be a busy week in Washington: Talks to avert another government shutdown appear to have stalled on Capitol Hill, two more candidates have joined the presidential race for...