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Rundown for September 28, 2012
12:06 PM EDT Comment

Another Name, More Mysteries For Man Tied To Anti-Islamic Video

The man thought to be behind the crudely produced anti-Islamic video that sparked violence in the Middle East is in jail Friday pending a probation hearing.

12:15 PM EDT 20 Comments

Web Chat: The Risks Of Concussions In Youth Sports

How young is too young for high -contact sports like soccer and football? We talk with an expert who wants to see kids better protected.

12:35 PM EDT Comment

Inside An Insider Attack

Reporter Phil Stewart looks at what a recent “insider attack” in Afghanistan portends for U.S. troops there.

12:40 PM EDT 4 Comments

Camp Confronts AIDS For South African Youth

Camp Sizanani in South Africa teaches kids how to avoid contracting HIV/AIDS and for campers are already infected, it teaches them how to stay healthy.

12:50 PM EDT 2 Comments

The British Punk Band ‘The Vaccines’ Hits Number One

If you’re a British punk pop band whose debut album reached number four on the charts last year, what do you do for an encore? Shoot for number one.

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Throughout the week, Here & Now is looking at the impact a raise in the minimum wage would have on states, the federal government and workers.

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A Candid Conversation With Public Radio’s Diane Rehm

The radio show host discusses her husband's illness and their often fraught marriage.

The Average Millennial Is Nothing Like The Stereotypes

Data shows that the average 29-year-old did not graduate from a four-year university and is living in a suburb.

Examining The Call For Increasing The Minimum Wage

Here & Now looks at the impact a raise would have on states, the federal government and workers themselves.

April 29 17 Comments

What’s A Delegate? And Why Do We Even Have Them In The First Place?

Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Richard Pacelle, professor of political science at the University of Tennessee, to find some answers.