Here and Now
"Love's Labour's Lost" is the first Shakespeare play to be performed in Afghanistan since the Soviet invasion of 1979.
How conventional technologies like iPhones can help blind people find better, more affordable ways to level the playing field.
Whole grains can reduce the risk of diseases, but separating real from fake can be confusing.
The reason why more buildings didn't collapse in Japan's earthquake is because engineers prepared them to bend, but not break.
Crazy low rates? No income verification? No appraisals? Could be a big problem.
A new novel about a family of bogus Native American alligator wrestlers offers a critique of Florida culture.
Twenty years after the program started, Teach for America is still producing teachers. The program could hold clues into how to improve the US education system in general.
A protester from the streets of Libya talks about the situation in the country and his hopes for the future.
Politicians are trying to force the University of Iowa to sell Jackson Pollock's painting "Mural" for some $140 million.
An American student, detained by the Egyptian military police, talks about her 16 hours of incarceration.