Business is booming at the GE Aviation plant in New Hampshire, but it's having trouble drawing young workers.
Republicans in control of the Senate and the House have already said they're not even considering the president's proposal.
After months of intense campaigning, the primaries are finally underway in the Granite State.
Students at Paul Smith’s College are invited to bring their rifles, muzzle loaders and shotguns to school for the fall hunting season.
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We sit down with two longtime watchers of New Hampshire politics: Felice Belman of the Boston Globe and Dante Scala of UNH.
The messaging app Kik is popular with teenagers, but authorities are voicing concern that it may be unsafe.
Robin Young visits a clinic called Recover Together that charges patients $65 a week for group therapy and a suboxone prescription.
Blood alcohol levels match well with a person's impairment. But the THC in marijuana doesn't move around the body the same way, so blood tests can miss people who are stoned.
As the second-largest natural gas extractor in the U.S. and a major employer, the plummeting stock is raising concern.
With primary day underway, Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd pays a visit to the ward 7 polling place in Concord to speak with voters.
The war against ISIS is hardly Iraq's only problem. Many factions are angling for power, sectarian differences abound and falling oil prices have left the economy in shambles.
America, in a new video from the Danish electro-pop band Liima, is anything but the promised land.
When he isn't fixing up vintage cars, Cees Klumper goes after officials who misuse money meant to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
When someone taps into pretax retirement savings, the IRS considers it income. An unexpected withdrawal can change a person's subsidy for health premiums.
The Barbadian pop star's album Anti includes so many musical styles that it's been tagged "adrift" or "confusing." But there's method — and plenty of Caribbean history — behind the madness.
This is Obama's last chance to give Congress his full policy wish list in budget form.
The former Florida governor finally seems at ease on the campaign trail. Is he peaking at the right time or have months of missteps made it just too much for him to overcome?