Betty Ann Bowser reports on a resolution signed by Attorney General John Ashcroft to improve policing in Cincinnati, Ohio one year after race riots occurred there.
Essayist Anne Taylor Fleming considers this year's Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism for coverage of September 11th and its aftermath.
NBC's "Today" program on Monday announced plans for a monthly on-air book club, picking up an idea Oprah Winfrey says her syndicated talk show is phasing out.
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt looks at the images of sorrow and loss on television news.
Jim Lehrer talks to veteran comedians Sid Caesar and Alan King Credits about the comedian and television legend Milton Berle, who died yesterday.
In the midst of March Madness, the annual college basketball tournament, Robert Pinksy reads a poem about the game at street level.
For a discussion about last night's Academy Awards, Gwen Ifill talks to Todd Boyd, professor of critical studies at the University of Southern California School of Cinema and Television; and A.O. Scott, a film critic for The New York Times.
Ray Suarez talks about movie-making and the Oscars with first-time nominee director Todd Field.
Robert Pinsky reads a W.B. Yeats poem in celebration of St. Patrick's Day.
Roger Rosenblatt looks at an exhibit of Vietnam War photographs now on view in New York.
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