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During the Vietnam War, Australia sent its soccer team to Saigon to compete in the "Friendship Tournament." "Fighter planes here, there and everywhere -- you... [Read More]
Julie DiCaro, a host at Chicago's 670 The Score, and sports writer and editor Patrick Hruby join Bill Littlefield. [Read More]
Some Winter Olympics sports are played by "ladies" and some by "women". Only A Game's Karen Given checked it out. [Read More]
The Justice Department this week focused new attention on the 2001 murder of federal prosecutor Thomas Wales in Seattle. Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with... [Read More]
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with UCLA student Mariela Muro about the group's decision to uninvite the controversial far-right activist. [Read More]
The Canadian pastime is hacking its way into the U.S. — imagine bocce or cornhole, but with deadly weapons. [Read More]
"Good Girls" and "Unreal" are two of the new cable and network TV dramas set to premiere once the Winter Games end Sunday. [Read More]
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti discusses online reaction to the Florida school shooting with Femi Oke, host of "The Stream" on Al Jazeera English. [Read More]
Raising the age limit to buy a gun and banning bump stocks are among proposals to tighten gun laws since last week's school shooting in... [Read More]
The forecast Friday in Pyeongchang calls for sunshine and a high in the mid-40s — but no snow. That's where Snow Making Inc. comes in.... [Read More]
Contaminated drinking water is a big problem for indigenous communities across Canada. Some have been without safe water for years. The Canadian government says it's... [Read More]
In February 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed an executive order that allowed the government to imprison Americans of Japanese descent. [Read More]
"The only way for me to know if I will survive this cancer is to try," writes Dr. Adam Philip Stern. "Like roughly half of... [Read More]
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with CBS News' Jill Schlesinger about why the letter is so closely watched on Wall Street. [Read More]
Next week, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway will open so scientists can add 60,000 new seeds to the collection. The vault serves as... [Read More]
President Trump said he's close to the National Rifle Association and that he believes they'll support his call for some gun restrictions, like raising the minimum age... [Read More]
With temporary protective status set to expire next year for Haitians and Salvadorans living in this country, some of those who want to stay in... [Read More]
Jesse Owens was not the only U.S. Olympian who defied Nazis at the 1936 Olympics. There was also a winter Olympian named Francis F. Baker... [Read More]
After South Korea landed the 1988 Summer Olympics, North Korean leaders decided to host their own major international event. The 1989 World Festival of Youth... [Read More]
After South Korea was awarded the 1988 Summer Olympics, North Korean leaders decided to boycott and host their own event. This week on Only A... [Read More]
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