Here and Now
One of the first aid workers to arrive in Iraq in 2003 talks about the challenges she faced and lessons she's learned from working for women's rights.
One of the biggest losers in the current recession may be equality.
Some 25,000 Arkansas students are receiving college scholarships funded by the Arkansas lottery.
The world's largest retailer is teaming up with an online, for-profit university to offer college credit for on-the-job learning.
Mechanic Chang Ho Kim shares how he can go 118 miles out of a single gallon of gas.
A nonprofit, entrepreneurial boot camp helps create new businesses, entrepreneurs and jobs in Detroit.
Renowned scholar Vali Nasr provides a quick guide to the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, including some surprising facts.
A new generation of programmers and activists are nervous about Facebook's disregard of privacy, and some are fighting back.
Scientists are breeding mosquitoes that are totally resistant to malaria, giving people another tool to fight the disease.
Home ownership is down in the recession, and renting is up. For many people, it simply makes sense.