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From the Vault: Oklahoma City Bombing

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While the investigation into the bombings at the Boston Marathon continues, we look in our vault to April 21, 1995 when our panelists discussed the domestic terrorist bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The attack – 18 years ago this week – by Timothy McVeigh and his co-conspirators claimed 168 lives and remained the deadliest terror attack on American soil until September 11.

The Backstory: Reflections on 47-years of Washington Week

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On February 23, 1967, the public television station in Washington, DC, WETA,  launched a new public affairs roundtable program called Washington Week in Review.

47-years later, Washington Week continues as a venerable staple of PBS programming every Friday night.

The one constant: announcer Paul Anthony, who has been with the program since the very beginning.  He shares his Backstory reflections on the early days and evolution of the longest running primetime news program on television.