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Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson takes a closer look at political overtones in some of this year's Academy Award nominees with NPR film critic Bob Mondello.
That this obviously kidding Kickstarter reached its goal so quickly says something uncomfortable I think about the increasing entitlement of fan culture and an ugly need to claim ownership over...
Will the Fourth Estate treat the 2020 election as a contest of ideas, or another partisan brawl?
Kristen Roupenian's first book — a short story collection that includes "Cat Person" — is titled "You Know You Want This."
For only the second time in its history, the Oscars will commence without a host. Critic Sean Burns tells us what to expect Sunday night.
Media broker Scott Fybush estimated the value of the station at several hundred million dollars.
A new book goes behind the headlines to take a look at some of black Boston's biggest successes as chronicled over the years by the Bay State Banner newspaper.
Survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, are marking the anniversary this week by taking time away from social media.
A host of companies have emerged to combat misleading information online. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with the co-CEO of a company that rates news websites on credibility.
NPR's Eric Deggans is back from a press tour and has two new recommendations: Ken Jeong's first-ever stand-up special and the new EPIX series "Elvis Goes There."
President Trump to sign the border deal and declare a national emergency. The first anniversary of Parkland. Amazon cancels plans for a New York headquarters.
McClatchy’s East Region editor, Kristin Roberts, contributed a short essay to On Point about the importance of local journalism outlets working together to report on the nationwide impact of gun...
In a year since Parkland, more than 1,000 young people have died in gun violence. We talk to the reporters who counted the numbers and tell the stories.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ll talk with Daniel Jones, editor of the New York Times column Modern Love. A lot has changed since it debuted in 2004.
Lip smacking, turning pages and scratching — they're all part of a phenomenon called ASMR. We look at why millions are captivated by these "brain tingles."
If this pattern feels familiar to anyone, writes Steve Almond, it’s because the exact same thing happened to Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Kacey Musgraves took home Album of the Year for "Golden Hour" and Childish Gambino's "This Is America" won Record of the Year.
Also on Twitter this week are conversations about blackface after two top Democrats in Virginia admitted to wearing blackface in the 1980s.
The State of the Union? Divided. Virginia politics? Upended. Trump inauguration records? Subpoenaed. Green New Deal? Unveiled.
How do we balance transparency and accountability in the federal court system with a judge's desire to protect the identity of jurors when they might be in danger?