There are more than 730,000 homes in New York City without broadband access. And because the Internet today is the gateway to everything from education to the economy, the city is trying to bring those families out of the digital dark. But Internet access requires more than a connection for cash-str…
Will Gordon’s debut as store deputy cause scandal? What will happen when Kitty confronts her attackers? Find out on the next episode of “Mr. Selfridge” on MASTERPIECE | PBS (Masterpiece Theatre) tonight at 9/8c.
In 1965, hundreds of anti-war activists gathered in New York’s Union Square where several proceeded to burn their draft cards, an action considered a federal crime. Witness the legendary burning in this clip from THE DRAFT.
Premieres tomorrow at 9/8c on PBS, as part of a special programming block commemorating the Vietnam War. Learn more: http://to.pbs.org/1HogvMq #VietnamPBS
It has been 40 years since U.S. forces made a frantic exit from Vietnam amid chaos. Rory Kennedy's excellent 'Last Days in Vietnam' PBS documentary tells the story and premieres on TV Tuesday April 28.
An exhibition, “Touching the Prado” at the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain, is designed to give the blind or those with limited sight an opportunity to create a mental image of a painting by feeling it. Alison Stewart reports.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the accidental drone deaths of two hostages in Pakistan, questions about the Clinton Foundation and potential conflicts of interest, plus which Republican 2016 contend…
Premieres Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 9/8c on American Experience "Last Days in Vietnam," directed and produced by Rory Kennedy, recounts the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War and follows the unlikely heroes as they attempt to save as many South Vietnamese as possible.
In the early morning hours on May 9, 1970, President Richard Nixon made an impromptu trip to the Lincoln Memorial. Hear his discussion with several student protestors in this clip from THE DAY THE '60S DIED.
Premieres Tuesday, April 28 at 8/7c as part of a special programming block commemorating the Vietnam War. #VietnamPBS Learn more: http://to.pbs.org/1IItxmK
On the Washington Week Webcast Extra: two Florida Republicans battling for their party's presidential nomination, how the U.S. government plans to compensate families of victims of drone strikes, and the next debate in Congress over mammogram funding.
Sabeen Mahmud was a human rights activist owner of a coffee shop and performance space in Karachi, Pakistan, designed to bring people together. On Friday, Mahmud, 40, was fatally gunned down as she left T2F (The Second Floor) following an event in a shooting that also left her mother critically inju…
Detroit inspired the nation with its innovative auto designs of the 1950s and 60s. But most of those designs were never released by the automakers. Like most of the early-stage artwork created by Detroit's design studios, they’ve been destroyed. The car companies routinely shredded early sketches fo…
AMERICA’S BALLROOM CHALLENGE kicks off tonight with the American Smooth and American Rhythm divisions. Finalists in each style compete as expert judges gauge their mastery of such dances as waltz, tango, cha cha and mambo. The new season begins on tonight @ 9/8c on PBS.