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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Conversation and poetry with the all-female Nuyorican Poet's Cafe poetry slam team as they head to the national finals, Friday on NPR's Here & Now.

 

Widow Of American Ebola Victim Speaks Out
We hear from Decontee Sawyer of Minnesota, whose husband, a Liberian government official, became the first American to die in this outbreak.
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District Profile: Virginia's 7th Congressional
Republican candidate David Brat, who defeated Rep. Eric Cantor in the primary, will face Democrat Jack Trammell in November.
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Facebook Targets Zambia With Free App
Altruism or good business? The Atlantic's Derek Thompson discusses the latest move in Facebook's Internet.org initiative.
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Farmers Riled Up About Proposed EPA Water Rule
Northwest News Network's Chris Lehman discovered that some farmers don't support new revisions to the EPA's Clean Water Act.
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EPA Holds Public Hearings On Climate Change Plan
This week, the EPA has held public hearings in four cities to discuss the new Clean Power Plan, proposed in June.
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Detroit Water Project Brings Outside Support To Residents In Need
As the city's water department cracks down on people who haven't paid, a website is matching donors with residents who need help.
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White House Response To Report On CIA Interrogation Leaked
The State Department memo, sent accidentally to the Associated Press, says "no American is proud" of CIA interrogation tactics.
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New Novel Tells The Story Of The First Mass School Shooting
On August 1, 1966, a young man started shooting from the clock tower on the University of Texas campus in Austin.
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Summer Drinks To Beat The Heat
Our resident chef Kathy Gunst shares eight recipes, including sun teas, fruit-flavored syrups, a smoothie, a lime rickey and gazpacho.
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Was The NFL Too Lenient On Ray Rice?
After the star player was charged with assaulting his girlfriend, the NFL suspended him for two games. Critics say that's too lenient.
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