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A New Leash on Life pairs inmates with dogs in need of training for a program that benefits all its participants. The Conservators Center rescues animals in need & preserves threatened species. Home Instead Senior Care has released an app to help caregivers work with Alzheimer's patients. The Dilworth Tennis Courts offer inclusive fun for all.
Musician and historian Michael Feinstein is your host for this whirlwind look at the golden age of American popular song, from the '30s through the '50s.
China officially installed Xi Jinping, already the Communist Party leader, as president for the next 10 years. Judy Woodruff talks to Kenneth Lieberthal of the Brookings Institution and Gordon Chang, an author and a contributor to Forbes, about contentious issues of trade, defense, and cyber security for China and the U.S.
A major new report by the World Bank predicts devastating malnutrition from depleted crop yields, and damaging floods due to sea level rise with the poorest nations at the most risk if temperatures warm by 4 degrees Celsius from pre-industrial levels.
Major retailers like Best Buy and Toys "R" Us are seeing longer lines this year and hoping it translates into higher sales for the holiday shopping season. But Yahoo! Finance economics editor Daniel Gross says it takes more than good sales on Black Friday to lift the economy.
These cinnamon coated treats make a great side dish too for a delicious Fall meal.
Using grizzly bears in the Pacific Northwest as a proxy for the benefits salmon deliver to ecological communities, a new study argues that letting more salmon migrate into coastal streams will lead to downstream improvements for the ecosystem and eventually the offshore salmon catch.
Top sources of dust, mite and mold that can cause asthma, allergies or worse.
FRONTLINE, ProPublica and NPR examined the case against Ernie Lopez last year, raising questions about the soundness of the medical evidence used against him. An appeals court ruled that Lopez had received ineffective counsel because his lawyer failed to challenge testimony by the medical examiner that the child's injuries were caused by abuse.
This documentary from 1969 looks at school busing and the grievances of black students, educators and parents in Central Illinois. Dissatisfied with the lack of black faculty and black voices in the educational process, Decatur high school students talk about a school walkout that they held on Nov. 25, 1968. Champaign-Urbana educators assess the progress of racal integration in area classrooms.