Here and Now

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  • Hosted by Robin Young, Jeremy Hobson

Stay up-to-date with the news between Morning Edition and All Things Considered.  Here & Now combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation to form a fast-paced program that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts: film, theater, music, food, and more.

Undergraduate applicants to the University of Chicago no longer have to include SAT or ACT scores in their applications. It’s the first top-tier university to make the tests optional, though a growing number of other schools are making similar moves.

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson talks with James Nondorf, dean of admissions and vice president of enrollment and student advancement at the University of Chicago.

A federal judge Tuesday approved AT&T’s plan to acquire Time Warner, in an $85 billion deal with sweeping consequences for consumers and the media industry. AT&T has promised to close the deal by June 20.

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Roben Farzad (@robenfarzad), who hosts the podcast “Full Disclosure.”

Chavie Weisberger grew up in an ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community in Monsey, New York, where she raised her three children after her 2008 divorce. But as she began questioning her faith and her sexuality, her neighbors told the religious authorities there that she was allowing secular behavior in her home.

How Religious Courts Impact Trying To Leave The Ultra-Orthodox Community

The alternative rock band Belly has its first album out in 23 years. The indie group shot up the charts in 1993 and was in heavy rotation on radio and MTV. Now, Belly is back on tour with their collection of new songs.

Andrea Shea (@asheaarts) from WBUR reports.

Looking Back At D-Day, 74 Years Later

Jun 6, 2018

It was the major turning point in World War II. Seventy-four years ago today, June 6, 1944, the allies stormed ashore in France to drive the Germans out. Less than a year later, the bloody conflict was over.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young looks back at an interview with historian John McManus, who wrote “The Dead And Those About To Die: The Big Red One at Omaha Beach” about what happened that day.

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