Coming in January: A two-night, four-hour miniseries from FRONTLINE examining the polarized America President-elect Donald Trump will inherit. Mark your calendars for Jan 17 and Jan 18 on PBS, and see the trailer now:
Fifty-three years after JFK’s assassination, the events of that week have been seared into Americans’ minds through videos and photographs. So has the woman at the center of those events, Jacqueline Kennedy. A new film “Jackie,” which opens in theaters Friday, aims to shed fresh light on this enigma...
No matter where you are in the world, it’s likely there’s a native rice dish with a golden hue. This Milanese style risotto has the flavor to back up its intense color. The saffron sets its apart from your normal risotto. (From PBS Food)
This weekend on Martha Bakes, Martha Stewart explores why entertaining in the South Atlantic wouldn’t be complete with a delicious dessert. She shares a few of her regional favorites. See more: http://to.pbs.org/2fPQLDt
This year, voters in several states legalized marijuana use for medicinal or recreational purposes. Joe Dolce, author of Brave New Weed, explains why he thinks "we're at a tipping point right now in the legalization of cannabis." #BriefButSpectacular
The sons of convicted spy Ethel Rosenberg returned to the White House on Thursday, more than 50 years after pleading unsuccessfully to spare her life, in a last-ditch appeal to President Barack Obama to exonerate her amid new evidence (From PBS NewsHour)
The Obama administration's decision is a symbolic but significant shift that reflects the U.S. military's evolution from a male-dominated force to one seeking to incorporate women at all levels (From PBS NewsHour)
The humble pine cone is more than a holiday decoration. It's an ancient form of tree sex. Flowers may be faster and showier, but the largest living things in the world? The oldest? They all reproduce with cones. (From KQED Science and PBS Digital Studios)
On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration gave an important boost to a therapy that uses MDMA, commonly known as ecstasy, to treat PTSD, clearing the way for one or more large-scale research studies. (From PBS NewsHour)
On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration gave an important boost to a therapy that uses MDMA, commonly known as ecstasy, to treat PTSD, clearing the way for one or more large-scale research studies. Since 2004, more than 100 patients have been treated in a series of trials in the U.S., Switzerla...
New data released by federal health officials Tuesday further demonstrated the value of needle exchanges, suggesting they had contributed to a major reduction in new HIV infections among people who inject drugs (From PBS NewsHour)
New data released by federal health officials Tuesday further demonstrated the value of needle exchanges, suggesting they had contributed to a major reduction in new HIV infections among people who inject drugs.
Watch: President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence spoke at a Carrier plant in Indianapolis. Trump announced earlier this week that he helped save roughly 1,000 jobs from the Indiana plant.
“The medicine, the pills, the shots, the vaccines and all that—it’s all good, you know. But there’s that other piece it doesn’t touch… your soul, your heart, your mind, your feelings.” This Medicine Woman is #NativeInspired. Meet Dr. Lucy Reifel (Lakota). Portrait by her son, Charles Her Many Horses.
LIVE NOW: What do Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees tell us about how he’d govern? Lisa Desjardins, Pamela Kirkland and Daniel Bush are taking YOUR questions and discussing the president-elect’s picks.
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December 01, 2016 at 5:13 pm
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