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.
Archbishop Discusses Catholic Church's Position on Immigration…
NewsHour essayist Clarence Page from the Chicago Tribune writes about friendships in the 21st century.
Guest NewsHour Essayist Nancy Gibbs of Time magazine talks about time passing in the summer.
The National Portrait Gallery and American Art Museum, two major art museums in Washington, D.C., reopen after six years and $300 million in renovations.
NewsHour Essayist Richard Rodriguez shares thoughts on justice and class.
As fighting continues in the Middle East, Lebanese-Americans and other Arab groups in the United States worry for relatives stuck in the war zone. They also protest Israel's offensive in southern Lebanon -- and the U.S. policy supporting a military…
Award-winning poet Kay Ryan describes her writing process as "self imposed emergencies." She reads some selections from her new collection, "The Niagara River."…
International agencies are providing relief aid to the estimated 700,000 Lebanese civilians displaced by the recent crisis. Israel opened four humanitarian corridors into Lebanon on Tuesday for relief agencies to provide food and medicine to those in need.
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