Been meaning to brush up on your presidential history? Today's the day! Several of our presidential documentaries are streaming free along with hundreds of primary source documents, photo galleries, interviews and more at pbs.org/presidents.
What happens to Gitmo detainees, who were once deemed terrorists, after their release? FRONTLINE and NPR follow one man’s story in “Out of Gitmo.” Watch on PBS or online, Tues at 10/9c. http://to.pbs.org/2m4UED5
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including President Trump’s contentious press conference, National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s resignation, as well as the continued scrutiny over other potential contacts…
The Turner Diaries has been tied to nearly 200 murders, including those committed by Timothy McVeigh in the Oklahoma City bombing. American Experience | PBS' new short film chronicles the adherents to the book and their crimes.
Why did Trump’s labor secretary pick, Andrew Puzder, withdraw his nomination? And Yale is renaming a residential college formerly commemorating who? Test your knowledge of the week’s news from Charlie Rose: The Week.
I realized that I "could actually leverage being an outsider in order to...bring a new perspective to things that everybody else takes for granted," author Namwali Serpell tells us. #BriefButSpectacular