NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and the Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times. They discuss Donald Trump's foreign policy speech, and Ted Cruz and John Kasich's plan to stop Trump.
The Pentagon's investigation says none of the military personnel involved knew they were attacking a hospital. It says the assault, which killed dozens of people, was caused by a series of errors.
We get some words of wisdom from journalist Enrique Acevedo — who recently went viral — about what's driving Latinos to get out and vote
People on the U.S. Virgin Islands, like on other U.S. territories, can't vote for President—yet they can serve in the military. We hear from some USVI residents about this strange contradiction.
With six months left until Election Day, many Latinos will be going to the polls, some for the very first time. What it means to become a U.S. citizen this election cycle.
Is there a generation gap dividing young and old Latino voters? Young Latinos seems to prefer Bernie Sanders, while older Latinos like Hillary Clinton.
In the wake of the high-profile assassination of a human rights activist in Honduras, Hillary Clinton has received criticism for her role in driving U.S. policy in the 2009 Honduran coup.
Will 2016 be the year of seeing both Republicans and Democrats choose Latinos as vice presidential candidates?
Ted Cruz is the first Latino candidate to get as far as he has on a presidential nomination, yet the Latino community isn't excited about that narrative.
The politics team discuss the recent primary wins and losses, why Sanders won't run as an independent, and Donald Trump's comment about Hillary Clinton playing the "woman card."
Frito-Lay is upending its tradition of including a physical prize with the peanut-and-popcorn treat. Now you'll get a QR code to scan for "mobile digital experiences." Cracker Jack fans aren't amused.
During the Ice Age, it seems Neanderthals tended to chow down on whatever was most readily available. Early humans, on the other hand, maintained a consistent diet regardless of environmental changes.
Host Jessica Harris talks with Jonathan Bush, co-founder of athenahealth, an internet healthcare management company. Harris also talks with Mario Schlosser, founder of Oscar Health.
Actress Allison Janney, who played the White House press secretary in the NBC drama made a surprise appearance during the daily press briefing to talk about opioid addiction.
Extended PEN Interviews for Latino USA
More than 18 months after it was kept alive by an appeals court's stay, Texas' controversial voter ID law remains in place.
Femi Oke of Al Jazeera English joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss stories currently getting traction on social media.
Academics equate a Morning Edition interview to climate change denial.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Richard Pacelle, professor of political science at the University of Tennessee, to find some answers.
With an assist from the master of California mellow, the Montreal-based producer embodies that all-purpose millennial watchword: chill.