"Isn’t all this a little morbid?"
A new book out this week says Mao's influence on global politics was far greater than is typically recognized.
Author Mike Isaac discusses how Uber's willingness to break rules — and even laws — led to both success and scandal.
Women, especially women of color, are underrepresented in management and board positions in the workplace.
Here & Now's go-to literary guy Steve Almond shares some of his favorite books to reread.
Singer-songwriter Ben Folds talks about his new memoir, "A Dream About Lightning Bugs: A Life of Music and Cheap Lessons."
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks to Tim Alberta, author of the new book "American Carnage: On the Front Lines of the Republican Civil War and the Rise of President...
President John F. Kennedy first announced the mission to the moon in 1961 — well before the U.S. had the equipment to carry it out.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins talks with Dr. Damon Korb about the path to organization, which he writes about in his new book, "Raising an Organized Child."
Former editor Trish Hall has written a new how-to book, "Writing to Persuade: How to Bring People Over to Your Side." She joins host Lisa Mullins to talk about the...
Robert Cutler was President Dwight Eisenhower's right hand. He was also a closeted gay man who helped carry out a 1953 executive order to identify and remove gay employees from...
"Stoner" seemed destined for obscurity when it was first published. But the book sold over a million copies in Europe and is beloved by a number of literary critics.
After a motorcycle accident that almost took off his foot, Johns Hopkins University bioethicist Travis Rieder became dependent on the pain medication he had been prescribed.
In their book "Songs Of America," historian Jon Meacham and country music superstar Tim McGraw trace the ways music has told the country's story since its founding.
Over the last two years, with the Trump administration escalating its anti-press rhetoric, Jim Acosta has often been the target of its attacks.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with musician, poet and activist Ani DiFranco about her new book "No Walls and the Recurring Dream: A Memoir."
In 1908, three riders from Hawaii came to compete in the biggest rodeo in America — Frontier Days in Wyoming. Their abilities stunned spectators.
For the first time in 10 years, famed chef and philanthropist José Andrés has published a new cookbook: "Vegetables Unleashed."
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with author Joseph C. Sternberg about "The Theft of a Decade: How the Baby Boomers Stole the Millennials' Economic Future."
"It is worse, much worse, than you think." That's how author David Wallace-Wells' new book "The Uninhabitable Earth" opens.