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This Snacktime episode takes us…to the woods! As Amory brainstorms what to do about teenagers littering in the woods near her house, she takes inspiration from 3 different posts in...
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau ("Game of Thrones") reads an essay about a man's long relationship with his wife — before and after a car accident that changed their lives.
A couple of years ago, the city of Ludvika, Sweden was under siege by neo-Nazis. Writer and activist Julie Lindahl explains how the citizens of the city fought back, and...
Audio erotica is blowing up right now, from Silicon Valley-backed startups to the rise of ASMR -- not to mention a huge growth in podcasts. But the hub for audio...
Find out who Tonya is, what motivates her and where her inspirations have come from.
Hundreds of African Americans were killed and a thriving black business district was destroyed in the 1921 massacre.
The riots at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina were the first in a string of racial incidents that led to massive reforms in how the military dealt with race.
SNACK ATTACK! I mean... SHARK ATTACK! I mean, BOTH. Another snack-sized episode for you, complete with shark attacks, the story of a chilling shipwreck, and whatever the heck is happening...
A cross-country Army convoy, which began 100 years ago this month, helped partly inspire a transformational infrastructure investment.
Host Tiziana Dearing speaks with journalist Rich Barlow on how increased shark sightings are impacting Cape Cod tourism and business. Plus, ever think about what it sounds like under the...
Federal border agencies, nonprofit organizations and towns along the Arizona border are feeling strained from the ongoing migration of asylum seekers.
Sen. Tim Kaine joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss why he is among the lawmakers calling for Labor Secretary Alex Acosta to resign over his role in securing...
We take a deep dive into Cook's life and legacy with Cliff Thornton, who is a member of the Captain Cook Society.
The new National Geographic documentary "Apollo: Missions to the Moon" examines the Apollo program using archival footage including NASA film, local TV reports and home movies.
About four people try to stow away in the wheel well of international passenger planes each year.
Cars have taken over cities. As congestion gets worse, some are wondering how to break the traffic jam.
A Salvadoran father and daughter died last week as they crossed the Rio Grande. Greisa Martinez crossed that same river to get to the U.S. 22 years ago.
In honor of the 50th anniversary, StoryCorps is asking people to record stories of LGBTQ elders.
This year, the U.S. marks a somber anniversary: It's been 400 years since the first abducted Africans arrived in Point Comfort, Virginia, to become the Colonies' first slaves.
Visa programs that would have allowed families like the Franks to escape the Holocaust were not fully implemented, historian Rafael Medoff says.