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From pop-up videos and extended series to schoolgirls and hit women, critic-at-large Ed Siegel takes a look at the year on screen.
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.
Fortunately, there's still time to catch up on shows like Hulu's "Safe Harbour" as the holiday season hits its stride.
The actor and comedian was pressured to step down amid anger over a series of homophobic statements he made years ago on social media.
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.
The retail giant is now the third-biggest player in digital advertising, behind Google and Facebook.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with director Josie Rourke and screenwriter Beau Willimon about the film, which stars Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie.
A private detective in Tennessee is trying to solve an alleged murder. Her method? Podcasting.
The relationship between the White House and the reporters covering it has grown more tense than ever, writes Andrew Grainger.
Top-notch reporters open their notebooks and look at what’s ahead in the coming week.
Cohen pleads guilty. Deep job cuts at GM. Lies and Paul Manafort. Russia and Ukraine skirmishes at sea. The roundtable swims in choppy waters.
New films and TV shows take on abuse of power. We talk with the women who directed two of them — one on Bill Clinton, and one on Roger Ailes.
"My goal is that our country will make the return of our Americans a priority," says Diane Foley, president and founder of the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation.
Singer-songwriter-satirist Randy Rainbow — yes, that's his real name — has built a fervent fan base by churning out parody videos on politics and current events.
Top-notch reporters crack open their notebooks to sketch out what’s ahead in the coming week.
In a special hour, we hear from performers about how their own lives and experiences influence and inspire their art.
Now that the turkey's eaten, you might want to go see a film this weekend. John Horn, host of KPCC's "The Frame," shares some of his picks with Here &...
A black teenager sees a friend killed by a white police officer. That's the storyline of the new film "The Hate U Give." The director and young activists tell their...
We'll talk with actor Tom Hanks on his career, his book and his love affair with the typewriter.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson can't say he's ever bought anything after seeing an ad in his Instagram feed — but he says he's come very, very close.