This week’s #NewsHourChats is about the changing news industry. What do these changes say about the future of journalism? What do you look for in news coverage? How do you decide who to trust? Weigh in on those and other … Continue reading
Take a look into PBS NewsHour’s history. In this video, Jim Lehrer, Robert MacNeil and Charlayne Hunter Gault reflect on their work for The MacNeil/Lehrer Report during the 1980s.
Charlie Rose of PBS and CBS got an exclusive interview with Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad on the current tension over the alleged chemical attack on civilians. Rose recounts to Judy Woodruff the efforts it took to arrange, plus Assad’s denials of having chemical weapons despite showing willingness to prevent a U.S. conflict. Continue reading
On Sept. 6 at 11 a.m. EDT, PBS NewsHour Weekend anchor Hari Sreenivasan will host a Google+ Hangout On Air. The conversation will feature a first look at NewsHour Weekend’s signature field-reported pieces, premiering on air Sept. 7 and 8 on PBS. Continue reading
Join correspondent Gwen Ifill for a live chat, hosted by PBS’ Washington Week 1 p.m. EDT today. On the table: all things politics.
I hate to admit it because it sounds cynical, but I’m not often surprised by what happens in Washington. After years of watching presidents, members of Congress and other powerful characters, one develops a feel for where decisions are going. … Continue reading
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s Superman! In the book "Superman: The Unauthorized Biography," author Glen Weldon of NPR chronicles 75 years of the Man of Steel, from his changing costume to his "truth, justice and the American way" mantra. Weldon joins Christina Bellantoni to discuss the evolution of the iconic superhero. Continue reading
The father of 13-year-old Yahya Sweed talks with his son a day after he was released from the hospital after one of his legs was amputated following shelling by government forces in the town of Kfar Nubul, Syria. Photo by … Continue reading
A heavily damaged street in Syria’s eastern town of Deir Ezzor on Aug. 26, 2013. Photo by Ahmad Aboud/AFP/Getty Images. An alleged chemical attack outside Damascus on Aug. 21 drew the world’s concern back to the Syrian civil war. Since … Continue reading