As Jill Kaufman of New England Public Radio reports, President-elect Donald Trump’s many anti-immigration stances have brought uncertainty into the classroom.
A spokeswoman for Russia's foreign ministry announced the extension on Facebook, while ridiculing a former deputy CIA chief. Snowden is in exile in Russia; his supporters have called for a pardon.
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Snow and ice have paralyzed the city, leading to almost two weeks' worth of school closings and many uncleared streets and sidewalks.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks to Lena Epstein, former co-chair of the Michigan for Trump campaign, who is traveling to D.C. to watch — and celebrate — Trump's swearing in.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with CNN's Maggie Lake about the promises by many companies, from Bayer to Wal-Mart, to add U.S. jobs.
About 50 Democratic lawmakers say they will not attend the inauguration. Not a great start, but according to historians Ed Ayers and Joanne Freeman, it could be worse.
Hints have been trickling out since late in 2016, but the official word is here: The latest album from Dirty Projectors is self-titled and due out Feb. 24 on Domino Records.
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Imam Khalid Latif is one of the people profiled in The Secret Life of Muslims, a digital series about Islamophobia. He is also the first Muslim chaplain at New York University.
Writer Mat Johnson reflects on what the Obama presidency meant to his biracial family. "I didn't always agree with Obama," he says. "But I always respected — and will always respect — that man."
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Parents have to weigh a lot of factors in deciding whether their kid should get a sick day. But day care centers may make the decision for you — and their rules are not always evidence based.
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Manning, an Army private, was convicted of a 2010 leak of classified military and diplomatic information to WikiLeaks.
As President Obama leaves office, Alt.Latino digs up some of the Latin music that's found its way into the Mixtape-Maker-In-Chief's playlists.
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The characters in Ottessa Moshfegh's new collection are cold, unfiltered, frequently pathetic — all suffering from unease and nameless longing, made understandable by each perfectly-built story.
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Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst says that by experimenting with textures and colors, you can make delicious salads regardless of season.
One study by George Mason University predicts the influx of people, supporters and protesters, could generate more than $1 billion for the D.C. area's economy.
This time of year, the city is often shrouded in a gray cloud of pollution called an inversion.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Margaret Love, a lawyer specializing in clemency, about Tuesday's pardons and commutations.
Launched in 2010, the multifunction cooker became a sleeper hit last year. That's when its maker harnessed the enthusiasm of owners – self-dubbed "addicts" – to spread the word online.
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Hear the veteran songwriter perform music from his latest album, Tomorrow's Child, live in West Virginia.
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Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson highlights key moments from the three-hour hearing, which included a far-reaching debate over the future of public education.