We have an update on our story with ProPublica’s Kim Barker into so-called dark money used during political campaigns. Listeners also remembered why they love The Onion’s satire and reminded us about the difference between a burr and a brogue.
Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson host Here & Now, a live two-hour production of NPR and WBUR Boston.
In spite of protests on University of California campuses, the board voted to hike tuitions by about 5 percent every year for the next five years.
Francis Lawrence describes the rewards and challenges of bringing "The Hunger Games" books to the screen.
The judges described the short stories in Phil Klay's collection "Redeployment" as brutal, piercing and sometimes darkly funny.
Demand is rising for meat raised without antibiotics. The owner of a company specializing in antibiotic-free meat and poultry joins us.