NewsHour correspondent Betty Ann Bowser reports on a unique theater troupe in Denver that employs actors with mental and physical disabilities.
Essayist Chris Rose, a columnist at the New Orleans Times-Picayune, talks about the Crescent City and the one question he hears the most these days.
The last conversation in a series on immigration in the United States features the perspective of Priscilla Labovitz, an attorney who works with legal immigrants.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio talks about how imprisoning illegal immigrants serves as a deterrent in this fifth conversation on the topic of immigration in the United States.
The fourth conversation in a series on immigration in the United States highlights the perspective of Jesus Garcia, a community activist in Chicago.
The third conversation in a series on immigration in the United States features an interview with Chalmers Carr, a South Carolina peach farmer.
Poet Alberto Rios reads from his latest book of poetry "The Theater of Night" which follows a couple in a U.S.-Mexico border town through their youth, marriage and thoughtful old age.
In the second in a series on immigration in the United States, National Border Patrol Council President T.J. Bonner shares his views.
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NewsHour essayist Clarence Page from the Chicago Tribune writes about friendships in the 21st century.
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