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Jason Allen of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency explains the history of U.S. military survivors benefits, also known as widow's pensions, designed to support spouses of combat-era veterans. He also gives tips on how to get assistance with the application process.
President Obama called a news conference Thursday where he pressed members of Congress to vote for his jobs package or present a better idea. Judy Woodruff reports.
W.S. Merwin is the Library of Congress' 17th Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry. He has had a prolific writing career, crafting more than 50 books of verse, translations, memoirs and more.
The Japanese government announced on Monday that it had halted some food shipments to prevent tainted samples of milk and spinach from reaching consumers.
On Thursday, the House and Senate approved the bipartisan budget compromise to fund the federal government through the end of the fiscal year. The House then turned its attention to the budget for next year, specifically the Republican plan. Congressional correspondent Kwame Holman reports on the latest developments.
A new study finds that elected sheriff-coroners in California might be reluctant to label a death a suicide because of political pressure.
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.
At Berkeley is Frederick Wiseman's 42nd film, and we curated this collection of video clips and links introducing viewers who may not be as familiar with the prolific documentarian's previous work to his incredible filmography.
The Museum of Fine Arts isn't the only Boston museum with a major expansion. Just across the park from the MFA, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum has been building its own extension. The opening is about a year away, but Jared Bowen was allowed in for first television tour.