Monday, April 15th 2019
Irene Bartholomew lives near the Notre Dame Cathedral and has been watching it get torn apart by flames Monday.
NPR's Eleanor Beardsley shares the latest on the fire that has engulfed Paris' world-famous cathedral on Monday.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Bloomberg News correspondent Gregory Viscusi for the latest from Paris on the fire.
Heavy morning rain did not deter the runners in Monday's 123rd Boston Marathon.
With a growing number of transracial adoptions across the country, parents are confronting how to protect the child's heritage.
Twenty-eight employees at Amazon have filed an activist shareholder proposal asking Amazon to take a stronger stance on climate change.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins gets context from Daniel Costa, director of immigration law and policy research for the Economic Policy Institute.
"Life Will Be the Death of Me" covers a wide swath of the stand-up comedian's life — from the death of her older brother Chet when she was 9 years...
The National Weather Service says at least 17 tornadoes whipped through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
Here & Now's Robin Young updates the top stories in Washington with NPR lead political editor Domenico Montanaro.
Chelsea Handler is out with a new memoir, "Life Will Be the Death of Me." The book covers a wide swath of the stand-up comedian's life — from the 2016...
This year's Tax Day comes as the IRS faces low funding and a political battle over the president's tax returns.
Unlike previous influxes of migrants, most arriving at the border now are women and families.
"This is a man who was as down as a human being could be," Jeff Benedict, co-author of the biography "Tiger Woods," says after the golfer's Masters victory on Sunday.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins talks with Sister Joan Chittister, author of "The Time Is Now: A Call to Uncommon Courage."
It's been more than a year since China banned the import of some recyclable materials like mixed paper and plastics.
NPR national security editor Phil Ewing discusses what might be in special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report on the Russia investigation.
What might be in special counsel Robert Mueller's more than 300-page redacted report on the Russia investigation? NPR national security editor Phil Ewing shares details, with the report's release expected...