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We'll kick off the week with a look at what's to come in Washington and around the globe. Top reporters open their notebooks.
Cambridge is considering a similar requirement, as both communities have been undergoing building booms.
Ben Lecomte recently gave up his quest to swim across the Pacific Ocean after his boat's sail broke. Now he's documenting the extent of plastic pollution at sea.
Farewell to Bush 41. U.S.-China trade uncertainty. Power plays in Wisconsin. Potential election fraud in North Carolina — by Republicans. Our roundtable takes stock.
A biologist in upstate New York is part of an international effort to monitor and evaluate a tiny owl called the northern saw-whet.
Back to Paradise. Three weeks after the devastating Camp Fire all but destroyed the town, children are back in school, but most everything else is in flux.
Anchorage residents are still cleaning up after last Friday's magnitude 7.0 earthquake. Aftershocks could continue this week.
Climate change and its impact on the amount of snow in the Northeast could significantly slow the growth of maple trees.
Amid three decades of efforts to re-establish a natural population of the nation's animal here, 65 chicks hatched and survive to fly this year, officials say.
Leaders from over 200 countries will spend the next two weeks negotiating the terms and details of the Paris climate accord.
Oysters' underwater habitat has been rebuilt along North Carolina's coast for decades. A researcher wants to know what other sea life calls their reefs home.
Top-notch reporters open their notebooks and look at what’s ahead in the coming week.
Bush, the nation's 41st president, died on Friday. He was 94.
Flounder in Boston's once notoriously polluted harbor are now tumor-free.
Several sea lions found along the shores of Washington state this month were found to have died from gunshot wounds.
Cohen pleads guilty. Deep job cuts at GM. Lies and Paul Manafort. Russia and Ukraine skirmishes at sea. The roundtable swims in choppy waters.
One of the conclusions of the fourth National Climate Assessment is that human-caused climate change is already affecting water quantity and quality.
The town of Paradise, California, will have to be rebuilt practically from the ground up.
"The climate crisis is still worsening at a faster rate than our progress in developing solutions," former Vice President Al Gore tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson. "But we're gaining...
NASA’s InSight lander is settling in for the long assignment of exploring the geology of Mars. Will its findings one day rock our world?