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Catch up with the day's top stories during this energetic hour of news and conversation. Here and Now  is an essential midday news magazine for those who want the latest news and expanded conversation on today's hot-button topics: public affairs, foreign policy, science and technology, the arts and more. The show's guest roster has included Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Halberstam, director John Malkovich, the "Wall Street Journal's" John Harwood and actress Jane Fonda. The show is produced by WBUR/Boston.

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Program Headlines

  • Monday, July 6, 2015 2:00pm
    Stories from this broadcast: After The Vote Against Austerity, What's Next For Greece?; A Look At What's Coming Up This Week In American Politics; Andrew Bacevich On Iraq, ISIS; After Greek Vote, Markets Wake Up Jittery; Aetna Acquires Humana As Other Health Insurers Look to Merge; Reforesting After Fracking: Working To Restore Pennsylvania's Drilled Land; Grownups Read Things They Wrote As Kids: Dear Mr. Prime Minister
  • Monday, July 6, 2015 1:04pm
    Stories from this broadcast: After Celebrations, Back to Reality in Greece; Vera Brittain's 1930's Great War Memoir Resonates Powerfully; The Rise Of The MP3 And The Fall Of The CD; 5-Time Deported Mexican Immigrant Admits To Killing; Political Rhetoric Soars Across Europe After Greek Vote; USA Women Win 2015 World Cup
  • Friday, July 3, 2015 2:16pm
    Stories from this broadcast: FBI Issues Terror Alert Ahead Of July 4th Holiday Weekend; Greece Faces Pivotal Choice In Sunday Referendum; A Cherished Synagogue Prepares To Close; How China's Stock Plunge Is (And Isn't) Like The 2008 Financial Crisis; Conservationist Madison Stewart Stands Up For Sharks; John Adams Wanted Independence Day On July 2, Not July 4; Kids Books Feature Famous Figures As Children
  • Friday, July 3, 2015 1:28pm
    Stories from this broadcast: As Greek Government Falters, Food Relief Put In The Hands Of The People; Two Years After Arizona's Deadliest Fire, A Small Town Continues To Heal; A New Look At America's Founding; Not Your Typical Summer Reading List; The Return Of Ebola In Liberia
  • Thursday, July 2, 2015 2:16pm
    Stories from this broadcast: U.S. Economy Adds 223,000 Jobs In June, But Wages Were Flat; Tunisians Call For Balanced Response To Terror Attack; Race For 2016: Christie Enters Race, Clinton Raises $45 Million; Professor Says Jefferson Davis Statue Should Be Removed, Preserved; DJ Session: Sounds For The Holiday Weekend; How The 'Modern Family Effect' Is Changing Public Opinion About Gay Rights