Kids can understand much more at much earlier ages than we often give them credit for -- including complex concepts like climate change, endangered species and overflowing landfills. (From PBS Parents)
With Martha Bakes, discover Martha Stewart’s tips and techniques to create delectable baked goods. Be sure to check your local listings to see when the program will be airing in your area. Watch a Preview In this lesson, Martha demonstrates … Continue
By now, countless think pieces and listicles have broken down Beyoncé’s ode to black womanhood in her latest visual album “Lemonade.” But the acclaimed offering by the R&B diva does more than just pay homage to African-American women or southern culture, it offers fans a musical and visual journey t…
FBI officials say there's no clear evidence the agency violated its own rules when it posed as The Associated Press to unmask a criminal, according to a report obtained through a public records lawsuit (From PBS NewsHour)
North Carolina’s High Point Market is the largest furniture industry trade show in the world. But weeks before designers and retailers arrived, the state legislature passed a law on the use of bathrooms and discrimination targeted at LGBT people, sparking outrage and protests. Special correspondent…
Here's the coolest stuff that happened LAST WEEK IN SCIENCE! This is the first episode of It's Okay To Be Smart's NEW video, #LastWeekInScience. Every week they'll hand-pick the biggest science news and most amazing discoveries from Earth and beyond! It’s Okay To Be Smart is produced by PBS Digital Studios.
Here's the coolest stuff that happened LAST WEEK IN SCIENCE!
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From wildlife policies to mining and lumbering, learn about the changes national parks faced during the Great Depression & World War II. Ken Burns (PBS)'s THE NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA’S BEST IDEA continues tonight (4/29) at 9/8c on PBS. #NationalParksPBS
The new website is part of the Obama administration’s effort to enroll an additional 2 million people into repayment programs. About one in seven borrowers default on their loans within three years of beginning to repay them.