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Las Vegas residents, who are veterans of WWII, share their experiences, bringing a unique perspective to the many horrific events of this time.
NOVA has enlisted the help of New York Times technology reporter David Pogue to answer the question: 'What will the future be made of?' The new miniseries called "Making Stuff" is a four-part look at the materials and innovative technologies that will make things stronger, smaller, cleaner and smarter.
Kevin goes back in time with this week's menu as he cooks up a smoked chicken terrine. Fresh leeks from the garden are used with some delicious Gubbeen cheese for an indulgent potato gratin. Kevin prepares freshly caught trout wrapped in cured bacon with an almond butter sauce. Next it's a tasty wild garlic pesto. Finally, Kevin celebrates the summer's lovely bounty with a frozen yogurt gelato ser
When the Army released data earlier this month showing that suicides had spiked to an all-time high, Tom Mahany decided he had to do something to focus more attention on the issue. He went on a hunger strike in front of the White House.
Alison Stewart interviews two of The New York Times journalists featured in the documentary "Page One: Inside The New York Times." The documentary goes inside the paper's newsroom at its low point in 2009 when it was forced to make significant layoffs and adapt to the changing media landscape.
President Barack Obama returned to Washington after winning both the Electoral College and the popular vote in the 2012 election, but there was little time to savor the victory in the face of a potential fiscal crisis at the end of the year. Kwame Holman reports on the day after and Gwen Ifill Talks to Ray Suarez from Chicago.
Stories discussed on the program this week: George will meets Orman, There goes the Jo, Changes in KCMO politics, and Newsmaker interview with Professor Allan Katz.
For the first time since unveiling his sweeping plan to reduce gun violence last month, President Obama will hit the road Monday in support of his proposal, looking to build up public opinion behind the measure as a way of bolstering its prospects on Capitol Hill.
If everything goes according to plan, Pakistan's election on May 11 will be the first time in the country's history that there will be a peaceful transfer of power from one civilian government to the next.