On this Memorial Day, Elizabeth Farnsworth talks with James Salter, author of The Hunters, a novel about fighter pilots in Korea.
Ray Suarez investigates the controversy surrounding the Boy Scouts and their policy against gay leaders.
Gwen Ifill talks with Neil Henry, author of Pearl's Secret: A Black Man's Search for his White Family.
Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky reads a poem about money.
Senior Producer Jeffrey Brown talks with Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Corigliano.
Kwame Holman reports on the state of diversity on the federal bench.
Ray Suarez talks with author Jean Smith about his new biography of General Ulysses S. Grant.
Despite billions of dollars and decades of reform efforts, many states still struggle to deal with orphaned and abused children and their problems. Tom Bearden reports.
On the eve of the Kentucky Derby, Terence Smith talks with Laura Hillenbrand, author of "Sea Biscuit: An American Legend," a book about the famous racehorse.
A Federal Trade Commission report today had harsh words for the music industry, saying record companies continue to market products with violent or sexual content to children.
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