WASHINGTON — Republicans and Democrats feel a massive disconnect with their political parties and helpless about the election, according to a new poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
"To him this might just be a piece of sweet potato, but to me, itʻs my first attempt at introducing him back into a culture that heʻs never known...sweet potatoes are important in Rapa Nui, in Polynesia..." How do you pass on your culture to the next generation? Tell us your story, your experience, and of your culture. #MyAPALife http://bit.ly/25tnFJR
While much of the rhetoric regarding Latinos this election cycle has focused on the divisive issue of immigration, a bipartisan group is out to change the narrative. The Latino Donor Collaborative aims to emphasize the growing economic power of Latino-Americans, and the potent political force they c...
The 475 pledged delegates at stake in the Democratic race for the presidential nomination in California will be awarded in proportion to the popular vote. But even if Hillary Clinton loses to Bernie Sanders, she is likely to clinch the nomination, since she only needs 73 to go over the top. Christin...
Ride through the heart of Washington, D.C. on the back of a Rolling Thunder motorcycle. The 29th annual ride drew tens of thousands of motorcyclists to raise awareness of soldiers missing in action and prisoners of war. Thanks to the Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club Chapter 20 for allowing our camera to ride along.
A few weeks ago, in a testament to the power of social media, one man reunited a WWII soldier’s picture with his family. It belonged to Flatland reporter Mike McGraw. In return, perhaps we can reunite this sketch of the campsite, found in Sgt. McGraw's letters home, with the family of the artist. (From KCPT)
The story of how an analog-era baby boomer got a much-needed lesson on the power and connectivity of social media and "the Internets" when he was reunited with a World War II-era photo of his father. Now he needs your help reuniting this sketch of the campsite with the family of the artist.
If we are patient and tolerant of their mistakes; if we acknowledge what they feel is unfair and what is going well in their lives; if we talk about our own disappointments and frustrations; and especially, if we express enthusiastic interest in their interests and concerns, they will be more likely to open up. (From PBS Parents)
In "TED Talks: War & Peace”, Sebastian Junger talks about how treatment for soldiers returning home with PTSD isn’t just a reflection on their own mental health, but on our society as a whole. See the full talk Monday, May 30 at 10/9c on PBS.