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The proposed $1.4 billion merger could have a ripple effect for local news publications.
Ever wonder what instrument you're hearing during your favorite 'Circle Round' story? We're revisiting a very special episode featuring the music and mind of Eric Shimelonis, resident sound designer and...
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with wildlife photographer and conservationist Melissa Groo about her National Geographic article "How To Photograph Wildlife Ethically."
The Boston Globe investigative reporter helped expose James "Whitey" Bulger as an FBI informant.
Al Jazeera English's Femi Oke discusses stories that have gone viral this week.
"David Makes Man" follows a young black teenager who struggles to balance life at his white, middle class high school and the poor Miami neighborhood where he lives.
Economic anxiety. Trump’s new migration policy. The G7 rendezvous in France. Greenland stands its ground. The roundtable is here.
Halperin was fired from MSNBC and lost a previous book deal after several women accused him of sexual misconduct in 2017.
A new law in the U.K. offers a template for how the U.S. might monitor and regulate hate speech, making the internet and the world safer for all of us,...
The Herald News is the primary watchdog for a government led by indicted Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia. But the newsroom staff is down to single digits, according to one...
The ending of "Once Upon A Time In... Hollywood" plays like a Clint Eastwood celebration of violence, not like an "All Quiet on the Western Front" condemnation of it, writes...
Friday marks the 42nd anniversary of the death of music legend Elvis Presley.
NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans discusses the shows he's been watching this summer, including HBO's "Chernobyl" and "Succession."
The Trump Administration toughens immigration policy. The markets tumble. And the DOJ investigates the jail that held Jeffrey Epstein.
“This Is Us” has struck a chord with so many viewers because the Pearsons' struggles have a “striking similarity to a lot of families,” Milo Ventimiglia says.
In this special episode from our friends at NPR's "Wow in the World," hosts Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz explore canine communication.
“We know he's alive," missing journalist Austin Tice's parents say.
Imagine a library for voices. A place where you can sit around a table and listen to recordings with friends. That was the Harvard Vocarium.
"Orange is the New Black" released its seventh and final season on Netflix.
Two mass shootings rock the country. Lawmakers weigh gun legislation. Protests break out in Hong Kong, and trade war breaks out with China.