We open the Here & Now letter bag and get some of your thoughts about our recent conversation on military sexual assaults. Listeners also had accolades for violist Kim Kashkashian.
Some listeners may have missed part of our show Wednesday, when we switched to covering the election of Pope Francis. Here are those stories:
Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson host Here & Now, a live two-hour production of NPR and WBUR Boston.
For nearly a decade, Dan Buettner has researched the places people live longest, healthiest and happiest.
From an end-of-summer tomato tartine to an Italian grilled vegetable sandwich, our resident chef shares her favorites.
The former president and founder of The Carter Center said he wants the last guinea worm to die before he does.
Albert Hammond, Jr., who was born in L.A. to two immigrants, answers the question, "What does American Music mean to you?"