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WBUR-FM: Here & Now Podcast: Episodes

On today's podcast -- the White House summit on community colleges; suicides among members of military; incarcerated Chinese man nominated for Nobel Peace Prize; making non-renewable metals infinitely useable; and author Melissa Katsoulis on her book, "Literary Hoaxes: An Eye-Opening History of Famous Frauds."
On today's podcast -- terror alert for Americans traveling to Europe; the return of 'separate-and-unequal' in U.S. schools; Rahm Emanuel's tough fight ahead in Chicago mayoral race; U.S. medical experiments in Guatemala; and a BBC report on Normal Rockwell at the movies.
On today's podcast -- TARP to expire Sunday; Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson, co-authors of "The Great Typo Hunt: Two Friends Changing the World, One Correction at a Time;" on the road with China's car clubs; Sutter Health responds to criticisms of pricing; and the British band The Portico Quartet.
On today's podcast -- Rutgers student commits suicide after sexual encounter goes viral; the skinny on nutritional supplements; Tea Party candidate Carl Paladino boils over; Americans flunk religious literacy test; and an archive broadcast of our conversation with Joe Drape on his book, "Our Boys: A ...
On today's podcast -- an update on terrorism plot in Europe; a lock at the upcoming Supreme Court docket; the latest on trapped miners in Chile; a profile of Joe Biden by Mark Bowden of The Atlantic; and musician Phil Collins on his new album, "Going Back."
On today's podcast -- U.S. increases number of attacks in Pakistan; a look at gubernatorial races in NY and MA; Feds to crack down on those who aim lasers at aircraft; MA bans cellphone use by teens behind the wheel; and filmmakers Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker on their new documentary, "Kings of Pastry."
On today's podcast -- GOP gains ground as elections near; rethinking treatment of mental illness in young people; sumo wrestling grapples with gangsters in Japan; and HBO's Adrian Grenier on his new documentary, "Teenage Paparazzo."
On today's podcast -- federal judge to decide on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" injuction; scientists use artificial intelligence and psychology to improve customer service calls; baseball players in the hunt for this year's Triple Crown; a BBC report on instability in Sudan as secession vote nears; and comedian ...
On today's podcast -- President Obama addresses U.N.; John Shiffman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports on a captured Iranian arms smuggler; a list of who might succeed Larry Summers at the White House; nations debate sharing North Pole natural resorces; and Steve Kleinedler of the American Heritage ...
On today's podcast -- a preview of U.S. Congressional races in Alaska and Nevada; Davis Guggenheim on his new education documentary, "Waiting for Superman;" Iranian expats protest Ahmadinejad; a BBC report from North Korea; and Jett Williams on a new CD collection of her father's music, "The Hank Williams ...
On today's podcast -- Democrats push to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell;" Apple and Google battle for your remote; lawmakers online identities co-opted; rabbis, imams and pastors study together; and New Yorker cover artist Eric Drooker depicts Allen Ginsberg's "Howl."
On today's podcast -- provisions of health care bill to begin this week; Jeff Sharlet, author of "C-Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to American Democracy;" Brits turn over Afghan province to Americans; an update on the Petit murder case in CT; and a farewell to the comic strip "Cathy."
On today's podcast -- Afghanistan braces for another election; a New Yorker profile of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed; possible tornado touches down in NYC; tech university blacks out social media; Indian composer A.R. Rahman; Baltimore to honor native son Frank Zappa.
On today's podcast -- U.S. poverty rate rises; Cuba begins overhauling its economy; the Pope visits Britain amid scandal; Congress debates NASA's future; and musician Justin Townes Earle.
On today's podcast -- Tea Party candidate wins DE primary; small businesses and extending tax cuts; roller derby makes a comeback; market clout drives healthcare costs; and canning with Here and Now chef Kathy Gunst.
Iran Releases American Hiker
Low Interest Rates and Rising Bank Fees How Can Someone Save Money
Pitiful Pittsburgh Pirates
Explosion Raises Concerns About Aging Gas Pipes
Walking The Boardwalk Empire
As Midterms Approach Republicans Waffle On Tax Message
A Tale Of Two Tea Party Primaries
Concerns About Security Ahead Of Afghan Election
Chinese Investment in Africa
Spinning the Blues
On today's podcast -- coverage of President Obama's news conference; tracking hate crimes with Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center; fires ravage the city of Detroit; an update from the U.S. Open; reflections of people born on 9/11; and construction progresses at Ground Zero.
On today's podcast -- an update on Terry Jones's plan to burn Korans this weekend; how 'Freedom Summer' in 1964 changed Mississippi and America; forest fires ravage Colorado; forest fires in Russia this summer; listener letters; and the Portland Pirate Festival.
On today's podcast -- pastor adamant he'll burn Korans this weekend; when facts reinforce misperceptions; a preview of the Chicago mayoral race; JFK's speech on separation of church and state, 50 years on; and rediscovering the periodic table, one element at a time.
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