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High-tech hate has teamed up with a resurgence of old-fashioned and violent bigotry, writes Rich Barlow.
"Honestly the most transformative thing was being treated like a person when I didn't even feel like I was a human," Aaron Stark says. "That changed my whole world."
A Newark, New Jersey, high school principal gave bullied kids a way to wash their clothes — and a lot more. Get ready for a lesson on inspiration.
Some people hold onto their old area codes for sentimental reasons. Others do it for more practical reasons.
There's something wildly uncharacteristic about how nice everyone has become, how eager to connect, how sentimental, writes Joanna Weiss.
The Supreme Court will review a challenge to the citizenship question on the U.S. census. We look ahead to what's at stake.
State Rep. Renny Cushing is the lawmaker behind the now veto-proof bill that will make New Hampshire the 21st state to abolish capital punishment.
The foreignness of Paris rebuffed me but the cathedral gave me pockets of quiet comfort, writes Sarah Ruth Bates.
Many Seders this week will be held by Christians, writes Rich Barlow. Sharing customs, if done properly, might promote some desperately needed interfaith understanding.
Delinquent book borrowers, rejoice! Or, well, as the librarians say, feel a sense of relief that the infinitely-accruing library fine is not real without losing a sense of responsibility.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Janny Scott about her new book.
Morally opposed to serving in the Syrian civil war, a young man unable to leave a Malaysian airport as planned ends up tweeting about his plight. Months go by, and...
Child marriage, drug addiction, incarceration. Inside the stories of ordinary folks in the throes of life's toughest challenges.
With a growing number of transracial adoptions across the country, parents are confronting how to protect the child's heritage.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins talks with Sister Joan Chittister, author of "The Time Is Now: A Call to Uncommon Courage."
"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...
Keflezighi is one of the world's greatest distance runners. He's the only man to win the New York and Boston marathons, plus an Olympic silver medal in the 26.2-mile race.
After years and years of budget cuts, the IRS is leaner and meaner. A ProPublica investigation reveals who wins and who loses when a crucial agency is slashed.
The new PBS documentary "Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People" looks at Pulitzer's life and how he used the free press to defend American democracy.