Here & Now


    

Here! Now! In the moment! Paddling in the middle of a fast moving stream of news and information. Here & Now is Public Radio’s daily news magazine, bringing you the news that breaks after Morning Edition and before All Things Considered.

10 a.m.  Monday - Friday

A gifted journalist, Robin Young is a superb interviewer and versatile host who can go deep on the Syria crisis and then pivot to heartfelt, probing human interviews. She’s a Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker, and has been at the helm of Here & Now for a decade. Co-host Jeremy Hobson joins Here & Now from his role hosting the Marketplace Morning Report. Adept at taking complex news and making it comprehensible and engaging for listeners, Jeremy will be an equal partner with Robin Young, bringing his trademark candor and energy to the program.

Here & Now is a co-production between NPR and WBUR.

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A new novel that revisits the first mass shooting on a U.S. campus, Thursday on NPR's Here & Now.

 

DJ Sessions: Yesterday's Covers, From 'Hound Dog' To 'The Twist'
Paul Ray of KUTX shares famous covers that people may not know are covers - along with the lesser-known original versions.
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As War And Conflicts Proliferate, Children Become Unwary Victims And Targets
Kids have always suffered during war and crisis, but there's a sense the burden of instability is being increasingly borne by children.
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Argentina Scrambles To Avoid Default
An American judge has ordered Argentina to make debt payments of $1.5 billion to American creditors. But time is running out.
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Older Poor Americans And Their Search For Work
Some who can't afford to retire turn to "workamping," living in an RV and finding work across the country.
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Over 200,000 Gazans In U.N. Shelters As Fighting Continues
A strike on a United Nations refugee camp killed at least 20 Palestinians early this morning.
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Video: Girl Doesn't Want Baby Brother To Grow Up
The video of 5-year-old Sadie weeping over the fact that her baby brother will grow up has been viewed more than 2 million times.
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Another Look At The Summer Of 1927 With Bill Bryson
The book "One Summer: America, 1927" looks at the events of the summer of 1927 and how they reflected and shaped America.
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Mississippi's Only Clinic Where Abortions Are Performed Stays Open, For Now
A federal appeals court blocked implementation of a state law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have hospital admitting privileges.
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Are National Attitudes Shifting On Marijuana?
The New York Times' endorsement of legalization appears to be the latest marker in shifting national attitudes toward pot.
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Last Crewman Of U.S. Plane That Bombed Hiroshima Dies
Theodore "Dutch" VanKirk was a navigator on the World War II bomber named Enola Gay that dropped the first atomic bomb.
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