• June 15, 2011  

    Filmmaker Orlando von Einsiedel’s “Skateistan” follows a Kabul skate park’s founders and the kids who come there to have fun and perhaps jumpstart some changes in their country. This excerpt is part of The Economist Film Project series of independently produced films aired in partnership between The Economist and the NewsHour. Continue reading

  • June 3, 2011  

    As part of his continuing coverage of Making Sen$e of financial news, business correspondent Paul Solman reports on how “Sesame Street” friends Elmo, Grover and Cookie Monster are teaching children smart ways to save and spend money — and how many adults could use a refresher on the basics of saving for the future. Continue reading

  • April 13, 2011   BY Paul Solman  

    Paul Solman answers questions from NewsHour viewers and web users on business and economic news most days on his Making Sen$e page. Here’s Wednesday’s query: Name: George Sacco Question: In these economic reports there never seems to be any comment … Continue reading

  • April 13, 2011   BY Paul Solman  

    Name: George Sacco Question: In these economic reports there never seems to be any comment and analysis about the real effects of unemployment on families: how kids are impacted at school, how families have to move in with grandparents, how … Continue reading

  • August 26, 2010   BY Molly Finnegan  

    In today’s arts and culture headlines, a New York film student is charged with a murder attempt against a Muslim taxi driver and the original Kermit the Frog is donated to the Smithsonian.
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  • August 3, 2010  

    Research shows today there are an estimated 5.5 million children with parents who are in the country illegally. If those parents are deported, some of those young people are left to fend for themselves. KPBS education reporter Ana Tintocalis tells us about the kids who are left behind. Continue reading

  • May 20, 2010   BY Carolyn O'Hara  

    In “Knuffle Bunny: a Cautionary Tale,” a simple trip to the laundromat gone awry provides plenty of dramatic and comedic material for a 31-page picture book. But is it enough to support a 45-minute musical? That was the challenge for author, illustrator, and now playwright, Mo Willems, whose very popular children’s book has just been transformed into a stage performance at the Kennedy Center.
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  • March 13, 2007  

    NewsHour Essayist Roger Rosenblatt reflects on the power of a single war photo – this one of a Palestinian boy from Monday’s New York Times front page. Continue reading

  • November 3, 2006  

    Linda Ellerbee hosts a current events news magazine program on Nickelodeon for kids. She has used this outlet to inform children about campaign news and this year’s midterm election. Continue reading

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