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A new report says automation could displace 2.5 million workers per year, or more than three times the rate between 1970 and 1990, when computers... [Read More]
The nuclear agreement will be one of the big items on the agenda Tuesday during French President Emmanuel Macron's visit with President Trump. [Read More]
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss Tuesday's agenda as President Trump welcomes France's President Emmanuel Macron. [Read More]
French President Emmanuel Macron's visit to Washington continues Tuesday with a joint press conference and state dinner. [Read More]
Here & Now's Eric Westervelt learns more about what's driving the shortage, and what airlines are doing about it, from Airline Weekly's Seth Kaplan. [Read More]
The book of short fiction explores how belongings and relationships often become intertwined. [Read More]
Cowboys tend to be associated with the old West. But in Hungary, there's a much older culture of hat-wearing wranglers. [Read More]
The drug comes in the form of an injection or a nasal spray, known as Narcan. [Read More]
The gift from French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, planted at the White House on Monday, commemorates the role of American troops — especially... [Read More]
Water managers and fire forecasters throughout the West are already sounding the alarm about low snowpack in the southern Rocky Mountains. [Read More]
Here & Now's Eric Westervelt speaks with CNN international correspondent Will Ripley in Seoul about the big question hanging over the meeting. [Read More]
The search giant announced surging profits Monday, up 73 percent in the first quarter of 2018. Advertising revenue made up the bulk of the boost. [Read More]
An FBI raid earlier this month turned up boxes of documents from Michael Cohen, President Trump's longtime personal lawyer. [Read More]
The case of a man who says shoddy analysis of a gun led to his wrongful incarceration could set a precedent for hundreds of other... [Read More]
Police in Canada's biggest city are trying to piece together what triggered a 25-year-old man to plow into pedestrians on a sidewalk Monday. [Read More]
The first African-American world heavyweight champion was the subject of a racially motivated arrest. [Read More]
The president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement says the training should be instituted at police academies and made mandatory for veteran officers. [Read More]
It's been rare to have exhibitions in the U.S. dedicated to Palestinian art. [Read More]
The goddess is perhaps best known for turning men into pigs in Homer's epic poem "The Odyssey." But in "Circe," author Madeline Miller offers a... [Read More]
Access and streaming issues are already impacting Americans living in rural areas. [Read More]
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