A case of apparent police brutality caught on tape in Inglewood, Calif. has sparked protests and debate in the community. Correspondent Saul Gonzalez of KCET – Los Angeles reports on the repercussions of the incident. Continue reading →
Susan Dentzer reports on a new study that finds that America does only a mediocre job of caring for seriously ill and dying patients. Continue reading →
Terence Smith talks with former Vietnam War correspondent John Laurence about his new book, "The Cat from Hue: A Vietnam War Story." Continue reading →
As Bob Hope approached his 100th birthday, Essayist Roger Rosenblatt examined his enduring appeal. Continue reading →
Essayist Richard Rodriguez reflects on the current state of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Continue reading →
Terence Smith talks to NewsHour essayist and author Roger Rosenblatt about his new book, "Where We Stand: 30 Reasons for Loving Our Country." Continue reading →
Jeffrey Kaye reports on a high profile labor revolt within America’s billion dollar music industry. Continue reading →
Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky reads poetry about the Fourth of July. Continue reading →
Terence Smith reports on leveling the playing field for women athletes. Continue reading →
David McCullough discusses his biography, "John Adams," the story of the nation’s second president who died on July 4, 1826. Continue reading →
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