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Here & Now

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For one energetic hour each weekday, Here & Now combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation to form a fast-paced program that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts: film, theater, music, food, and more.

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: After Prisoner Release, Obama Announces Seismic Shift In U.S.-Cuba Relations; Worries Rise In Russia As Ruble Falls; Drone On Your Christmas List? Here Are A Few Things You Should Know.; ‘Saving Private Ryan’ Among Films Being Preserved; School Tries To Help Students By Coaching Parents; Atticus Lish’s ‘Preparation For The Next Life’; Inside The Lives Of Chinese Restaurant Workers

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Movie Theatres Drop Plans To Run ‘The Interview’; The Man Behind The School Attack In Pakistan; Is Bitcoin Back?; Diagnosing Ear Infections With Your Smartphone; Obama: U.S. Ending Outdated Approach To Cuba; In The Media: Torture By Any Other Name; DJ Sessions: Best Songs Of 2014

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Trouble For The Russian Ruble — And What It Means For The U.S.; Pennsylvania Manhunt Widens For Ex-Marine; Jeb Bush To ‘Actively Explore’ Run For President; The Future Of Rooftop Solar In The Nation’s Capital; Insurers, Some States Extend Deadlines For Health Coverage; Questions And Mourning After Sydney Cafe Siege; 4 U.S. Cities Make Their Case To Host Summer Olympics; ‘Sacred Journeys’ Documents Religious Pilgrimages

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: When College Is Not For Everyone; In New Report, Vatican Extends An Olive Branch To U.S. Nuns; Top Google Searches In 2014 Include Robin Williams, Jennifer Lawrence; Jewish Cuisine — It’s Not Just Chopped Liver

Monday, December 15th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: FBI Hostage Negotiators Assisted With Sydney Cafe; Week in Politics: All That's Left Is A Signature To Pass $1.1. Trillion Spending Bill; Did This Congress Help Your Wallet, Or Just Pass the Buck?; Canadians Head South Of Their Border For Medical Procedures; As School Fees Rise, So Do Questions Over What Constitutes A Free Education; ‘A Goyishe Christmas To You!’; Actor Samuel L. Jackson Asks People To Join His Singing Protest

Monday, December 15th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Police Say Sydney Hostage Situation Is Over; Can Medical Diagnoses Be Crowd-Sourced? For Over 500, The Answer Is ‘Yes!’; Sony Demands News Organization Halt Reporting Hacked Data; Both Sides Undergoing Mediation To Resolve Homeless Feeding Dispute; A South African Family Recalls Their Meeting With Nelson Mandela; For Some Alzheimer’s patients Musical Memories Still Stir While Others Fade

Friday, December 12th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Congress Set To Ease Rules On Derivatives; ‘Justice for All’ March On Washington Calls For End To Police Violence; Doctors Consider What They Can Do About Gun Violence; Ebola Loosens Its Grip On Liberia; Meeting The Maker Of Moore’s Law; Jihadist Violence Takes Staggering Toll; Obama: NFL ‘Behind The Curve’ On Rice Case; On Stage: Comedians Under The Radar

Friday, December 12th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: 7 Things You Didn’t Know Were In The ‘Cromnibus’; Biggest Storm In Years Hits California; Iraq Lawmaker Wants U.S. Boots On The Ground; Congress Set To Ease Rules On Derivatives; Do All Dogs Go To Heaven? Christians React To Pope’s Comment; In One California Town, Police Want Kids To Lay Down Their Nerf Guns; Ziggy Marley’s ‘Fly Rasta’ Up For Grammy

Thursday, December 11th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Former Intelligence Committee Member Responds To ‘Torture Report’; L.A., New York, Chicago Schools Say ‘No’ To Chicken Raised With Antibiotics; Meals For Needy Kids Can Now Include Dinner, Too; Retail Sales Jump By Biggest Amount In 8 Months; California’s Whooping Cough Epidemic; ‘Birdman’ Tops Golden Globes With 7 Nominations; 'Water Stories': A Conversation In Paint And Sound

Thursday, December 11th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Congress Moves Closer To Passing $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill; Miami-Dade Mayor Wants All Police To Have Body Cameras; NFL Approves New Personal Conduct Code; Hollywood’s Torture Obsession; Soprano Renee Fleming Releases A Christmas Album

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: After ‘Torture’ Report, The Legacy Of The CIA; Beyond The Pump: What Falling Oil Prices Mean For U.S. Producers; Another California Storm Is Brewing And The Skiing May Be Just Fine; Boldly Going Where No Research Team Has Gone Before; Madoff Secretary Gets 6 Years For Role In Ponzi Scheme; Training Simulator Leaves Officers Surrounded; Kathy Gunst’s Holiday Favorites

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: How Should The CIA Respond To ‘Torture Report’?; Reporter Opens Final Notebook From Afghanistan; Surviving To Age 21 In South Los Angeles; As Editor-In-Chief Steps Down, Changes In Store for ‘The Bloomberg Way’; The World’s Loneliest Crocodile; DJ Sessions: The SoundCloud Generation

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Will The ‘Torture Report’ End The Torture Debate?; Obama Health Adviser Apologizes For ‘Glib’ Remarks; The Growth Of Streaming TV; McDonald’s Tries To Put The Brakes On Steep Decline; Kidnapped In Yemen: A Former Diplomat Shares His Story; De-Cluttering Your House With Love

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Senate Committee Releases ‘Torture Report’; South African Aid Group Says ‘No Anger’ At U.S. In Hostage Death; Protesters In Berkeley Block Freeway Over Police Killings; Measuring The State Of Health Care By Contraceptive Use; YouTube Offers Bonuses In Attempt To Hold On To Stars; Khaled Mattawa’s Journey From Arabic To English And Back Again

Monday, December 8th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: U.S. Didn’t Know About South African Hostage In Yemen Raid; Syria’s Ancient Heritage Sites Constantly Under Threat; President Wants Congressional ‘Fast-Track’ For 2 Trade Deals; Menu Calorie Count Mandate Adds Up To $5 Billion In ‘Lost Pleasure’; With The Cost Of Beef Up, Pasture Prices Rise, Too; In ‘The Death of Santini’ Pat Conroy Turns From Fiction To Memoir

Monday, December 8th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: U.S. Announces New Limits On Racial Profiling; Fallout From Failed Hostage Rescue Mission; Washington Week Ahead: Shutdown Or Not?; Fallout Continues After Rolling Stone Backtracks On UVA Rape Story; Weekend Buzz: Athletes’ ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Shirts To ‘Lolcat’ in the Dictionary; Is Greece On The Rebound?; First Time Producer’s ‘The Imitation Game’ Gets Oscar Buzz

Friday, December 5th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Obama Nominates Ashton Carter To Lead Defense Department; Sen. Tim Kaine Responds To Defense Secretary Nomination; A Food Fight In Dallas As Restaurants Protest One Critic; CDC Sees Trouble On Flu Front; Week In Business: Strong Jobs Report, Europe’s Economy; How Often Should You Wash Your Hair? The Answer May Surprise You.; 2015 Grammy Nominations Announced

Friday, December 5th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: U.S. Adds 321,000 Jobs; Jobless Rate Stays 5.8 Percent; Would Infrastructure Spending Boost Jobs Even Further?; From ‘Black Power’ To ‘Black Lives Matter’; Philippines Prepares As Super Typhoon Hagupit Closes In; Landrieu Loss Predicted In Louisiana Senate Race; As Ships Get Bigger, A Pilot's Job Gets More Difficult

Thursday, December 4th, 2014 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Police React To Eric Garner Grand Jury Decision; Living In Kobani, A City Devastated By War; This Is Crohn’s Disease; Gas Dips Below $2 In Oklahoma; Study: Office Workers Spend Less Than Half Of Working Hours On Main Job Duties; Sharon Isbin, Guitarist Extraordinaire

Thursday, December 4th, 2014 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: DOJ Investigating An ‘American Problem’ In New York, Ferguson And Cleveland; NASA Astronaut: Orion Test Is First Step In New Age Of Space Exploration; NFL Roundup: Ray Rice As A Free Agent; J.J. Watt As Possible MVP; In A Divorce, Who Gets To Keep The Dog?; Star Of ‘The Good Lie’ Is A Lost Boy Of Sudan