Where is the line between being inspired by somebody's creative work and stealing it?
The city is banning pre-1997 cars and pre-2000 motorcycles from the streets in daylight hours during the week — a move opposed by some advocates for the poor and vintage car collectors.
How has life changed over the past eight years under President Obama? NPR hits the road to ask Americans about Obama's White House years on everything from jobs and energy to race and immigration.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with NPR TV critic Eric Deggans about this year’s programming – the good, the bad and the ugly.
General George Washington often turned to a group of citizen-soldiers from Maryland during the war. But their story hasn't really been documented until now.
An Ohio man died while driving his Tesla car in its semi-autonomous mode in May. What does the accident mean for the industry?
The state's new law has prompted Congress to look at enacting national labeling standards, but some argue genetically engineered crops aren't different from other foods.
In the United States, the share of prime-age men who are neither working nor looking for work has doubled since the 1970s. But why?
Jesse Holland of the Associated Press and Julie Mason of Sirius Radio discuss the election news of the week with Here & Now's Robin Young.
Grilling on the Fourth of July is an American tradition. But this year, resident chef Kathy Gunst decided to change up her usual fare by putting fruits on the fire.