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According to a well-established psychological theory known as “construal theory,” the answer is yes (From PBS NewsHour)
June 28, 2016 at 2:00 pm
Do you find the political process a little confusing? Do the day's headlines give you brain pain? Be sure to check out CrashCourse's U.S. Government videos, covering Election Basics, Presidential Powers, Congressional Leadership, Fiscal Policy, the Supreme Court and much more. (From PBS Digital Studios)
A lot is happening in 2016. Here's the best place to find a refresher or everything you missed in your U.S. Government class. CrashCourse has videos about Election Basics, Presidential Powers, Congressional Leadership, Fiscal Policy, the Supreme Court and more in their U.S. Government and Politics playlist.
June 28, 2016 at 12:00 pm
‘Go bold’ urge Clinton and Warren at first joint appearance
(From PBS NewsHour)
CINCINNATI — Elizabeth Warren offered an impassioned endorsement of Hillary Clinton on Monday morning, symbolically unifying the Democratic Party behind the presumptive nominee and giving voters a rousing preview of what could be a historic joint ticket.
June 28, 2016 at 10:04 am
How do you talk to kids about the 2016 elections? Campaign Connection has fun resources that help everyone understand the processes behind the path to the presidency
Educational and exploratory resources for kids, parents and teachers. Informational tools and infographics to explain the election process, the 2016 presidential race and the history of American politics.
June 28, 2016 at 2:00 am
WPC Trewlove joins the Endeavour cast just as actor Dakota Blue Richards joins us this week to talk about her character's "morbid fascination" with crime and murder, and to tease her future. Find this episode of MASTERPIECE | PBS Studio on: iTunes, Stitcher, and the MASTERPIECE Website. More: http://to.pbs.org/295nAIo
June 28, 2016 at 12:00 am
Tonight on POV at 10/9c: Joshua Oppenheimer's Oscar-nominated The Look of Silence is both about the Indonesian genocide and the countless episodes of impunity worldwide. Following the PBS broadcast of the film tonight is a must-see conversation between Oppenheimer and film icon Werner Herzog. Here's your first look.
Unspeakable crimes against humanity are not unique to a nation or a people, but prevalent in our shared global history. How can documentary shine a light on atrocity, and prevent us from repeating the past? Joshua Oppenheimer's Oscar-nominated The Look of Silence (a companion piece to The Act of Killing) is both about the Indonesian genocide and the countless episodes of impunity worldwide. Following the PBS broadcast of the film tonight is a must-see conversation between Oppenheimer and film icon Werner Herzog. Here's your first look.
June 27, 2016 at 11:00 pm
Robert Vincent never listened to classical music before he went behind bars. Now the inmate has his own guitar-making business (From KQED Arts)
June 27, 2016 at 8:00 pm
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