About Courtney @cglennvino
Courtney Vinopal is a general assignment reporter at the PBS NewsHour.
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Arts Sep 077 books that dive into the long history of America’s labor movement
Steven Greenhouse, author of “Beaten Down, Worked Up,” recommends these books for a sweeping history of labor in the U.S., as well as stories of specific campaigns and leaders.
Politics Sep 03WATCH: Pence accepts endorsement from police association in Raleigh
Vice President Mike Pence accepted an endorsement on Sept. 3 from the Southern States Police Benevolent Association in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Arts Sep 01‘Beaten Down, Worked Up’ is our September book club pick
Steven Greenhouse’s “Beaten Down, Worked Up” traces the history of the labor movement in the United States, and considers the factors that led to a significant decline in worker bargaining power in recent decades.
Politics Sep 01WATCH: Mnuchin testifies on federal response to COVID-19 and its impact on the economy
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin will testify Sept. 1 before a House select subcommittee on the Trump administration's response to the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Politics Aug 31Isolation and frustration are keeping some voters from election excitement
The choice of the two candidates — both white male septuagenarians — has some young voters feeling less than enthused, particularly those who were hoping to see a candidate with more dramatic plans for systemic change.
Nation Aug 28Activists reflect on 1963 March on Washington amid renewed calls to address racial injustice
As thousands of attendees gathered in Washington to protest police brutality, activists reflected on the march in 1963 and how it informs the fight for racial justice today.
Arts Aug 28Author Daniel Nieh answers your questions about ‘Beijing Payback’
Daniel Nieh, author of our August pick for the NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This, joins Jeffrey Brown to answer reader questions about “Beijing Payback.”…
Nation Aug 18Gloria Steinem on the role of women of color in the suffrage movement
Feminist writer, author and activist Gloria Steinem said that Black, indigenous and other American women of color were essential to the suffrage movement even though their efforts have not historically always been recognized.
Arts Aug 14Why this novel about a Beijing crime syndicate starts in a California suburb
Our August 2020 pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club is Daniel Nieh’s “Beijing Payback.”…
Health Aug 13Fauci says despite upcoming election, science will not be politicized
The United States has reported its highest daily death toll from COVID-19 since mid-May, with nearly 1,500 lives lost Wednesday. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the lag…