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Egyptian novelist and dentist Alaa al Aswany speaks with Margret Warner about the surprising changes in political behavior of his countrymen amid the revolution earlier this year, and how the new Egypt is taking shape.
A select baroque orchestra from across the continent joins The Washington Chorus and soloists Sunday, November 18th at 5 PM for J.S. Bach's Mass in B Minor. Music Director Julian Wachner, a baroque specialist, talks with Classical WETA's Deb Lamberton about his approach to this work, and what he's chosen for the rest of the season.
Give kids a mini history lesson with this fun, feathered headband.
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.
This easy Fall salad combines celery root with blue cheese, chopped walnuts, and apples cider vinaigrette.
Takeshi Kitano returns to the gangster genre with this elaborately plotted tale about a gruesome grudge match among rival clans.
Students and teachers return to Atlanta classrooms for the start of a new school year Monday, but a major cheating scandal is still raising big questions. Learning Matters Television's John Tulenko reports.
It might not be star-studded, and it's very early in the cycle, but Kentucky's Senate contest just got a lot more interesting. Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes made it official Monday that she will challenge Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, giving Democrats hope in a red state.
Nothing compares to the taste of fresh produce, and with farmers markets opening up again for another spring season, these delicious fruits and vegetables will be at your fingertips. To get the best possible produce make sure you know what is in season and then from there, the recipe options are endless!
After six weeks of supporters rallying against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's removal, Egyptian security forces on Wednesday bulldozed the main camp in Cairo, burning tents and rounding up protesters who refused to leave.