A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that the needs of disabled workers do not normally outweigh an employer's seniority policies.
Anne Taylor Fleming presents an essay on how children in Los Angeles picture life in South Africa.
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt considers the state of America's innocence.
Arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown visits "The Short Century", an exhibit documenting Africa's historic 20th Century shift from colonialism to independence.
Former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky recites a springtime verse.
Dr. Sima Samar, vice chair of Afghanistan's interim government and minister of women's affairs, talks about the emerging role of women after years of harsh Taliban rule.
The widow of civil rights leader Medgar Evers and founder of the Medgar Evers Institute discusses The Clarion-Ledger's role in prompting the first successful prosecution of her husband's 1963 murder. She talked with The NewsHour after speaking to The Clarion-Ledger's…
Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye of KCET reports from UCLA with a debate among college students over the Middle East crisis.
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Perhaps the most significant martyr in the struggle for civil rights prior to Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination, Medgar Evers galvanized the civil rights movement in his life and also in his death.
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James Earl Chaney lived in Mississippi his entire life. Michael Schwerner spent six months in the state and Andrew Goodman had been there only a day.
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