American Experience is LIVE with Harvard Kennedy School professor and nuclear policy analyst Matthew Bunn to discuss the implications of President Obama's historic visit to Hiroshima and the continued threat of nuclear weapons.
We’re LIVE with Harvard Kennedy School professor and nuclear policy analyst Matthew Bunn to discuss the implications of President Obama's historic visit to Hiroshima and the continued threat of nuclear weapons.
The dilemma of how to manage nuclear weapons without being destroyed by them is addressed in our upcoming documentary “Command and Control,” coming to theaters this fall. Learn more at commandandcontrolfilm.com.
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“Death fell from the sky and the world was changed.”
President Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima on Friday, laying a wreath in Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park and paying tribute to the 140,000 people killed by the atomic bomb attack seven decades ago.
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"Death fell from the sky and the world was changed," Obama said, after laying a wreath, closing his eyes and briefly bowing his head before an arched monument in Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park that honors those killed on Aug. 6, 1945, when U.S. forces dropped the bomb that ushered in the nuclear ag...
A 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman has been found carrying a strain of E. coli that is resistant to last-resort antibiotics, which researchers say marks the first appearance of a drug-proof bacteria on U.S. soil (From PBS NewsHour)
A 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman has been found carrying a strain of E. coli that is resistant to last-resort antibiotics, which researchers say marks the first appearance of a drug-proof bacteria on U.S. soil. Scientists in Pennsylvania are working with the Centers for Disease Control to find a way...
Sally Ride is awesome, and it's her birthday. In this 1983 interview with Gloria Steinem, the first American woman in space discusses pressure from the press, dumb questions, and the moment of the launch. via Blank on Blank's STEM series, The Experimenters.
#PBSKIDS kicks off its annual summer learning initiative with all-new programming, digital resources, partnerships and community activities, available starting in June. Read more: http://to.pbs.org/1Wm140i
We want to see the Asian American & Pacific Islander experience through your lens. Share a picture or video — of your family, friends and the experiences that are important to you! Use the hashtag #MyAPALife and watch the…
Male side-blotched lizards have more than one way to get the girl. Orange males are bullies. Yellows are sneaks. Blues team up with a buddy to protect their territories. Who wins? It depends — on a genetic game of roshambo. (From KQED Science and PBS Digital Studios)
Donald Trump is under new scrutiny, as violent protests disrupted his rally in New Mexico and allegations emerged he may have misrepresented his January fundraiser for veterans. Also a look at Elizabeth Warren’s knack for getting under the GOP candidate’s skin. John Yang reports, and Judy Woodruff t...
May 26, 2016 at 9:53 am
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