Sadly, this is Andy Borowitz’s last week on Need to Know. In this retrospective, Andy looks back at the best of his prognostications, and reveals his next career move.
A lot of people have been asking themselves lately whether a college education is really worth. So this week, Andy turns to two PBS pals for answers: Elmo and Ken Burns.
This week, Andy reflects on the epic flame-out of JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater, and discusses stress in the workplace — including here at PBS.
This week on Need to Know: Life in a war zone. An embattled outpost where the U.S. military trains Afghan soldiers. Steve Mumford’s paintings of the war in Iraq. And a special pledge week edition of Next Week’s News.
In light of this week’s big news — the release of thousands of pages of confidential military documents on the war in Afghanistan — Andy has decided to leak a few secrets of his own.
What would the former Alaska governor do as president? Need to Knows resident satirist, Andy Borowitz, gazes into the future, all the way to the year 2012, to find out.
This week, Andy examines the similarities between “Salt,” starring Angelina Jolie as an accused Russian spy, and recent events in the news.
The Fourth of July is a time to be with family and friends, to celebrate our freedoms as Americans, and to ask this question: “Are my neighbors Russian spies?”
Andy’s back from two weeks in South Africa — the land of vuvuzelas. And this week, he takes a look at the terrible performance of the English team. BP, that is.