Alexander Heffner, who succeeded his grandfather and mentor Richard D. Heffner, said “the importance of public broadcasting and elevating our discourse into something substantive and meaningful were values that were instilled in me.”
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This delicious pumpkin pecan granola recipe features rolled oats, pecans, pumpkin seeds, cranberries, coconut, and pumpkin. Sweetened with maple syrup, this is a great fall and winter granola recipe to enjoy with parfaits, by itself, or as cereal.
Early on the morning of Sept. 29, 1982, a tragic, medical mystery began with a sore throat and a runny nose. It was then that Mary Kellerman, a 12-year-old girl from Elk Grove Village, a suburb of Chicago, told her mother and father about her symptoms. They gave her one extra-strength Tylenol capsul…
The debate over personal privacy vs. national security took a new turn earlier this week as the director of the FBI criticized the advent of encrypted smart phones that allow users to keep data on their devices private. For more, Julia Angwin of ProPublica joins Alison Stewart. Continue reading →
The Ebola outbreak may have been sparked by cutting down the West African rain forest. Now, Norway will pay Liberia to halt deforestation. The benefits for the African nation could extend well beyond public health. (from NOVA Next)
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including President Obama’s urging for united action against the Islamic State at the United Nations General Assembly, as well as the importance of debating U.S. action against…