Mike Fritz is a video journalist and producer for the PBS NewsHour.
President Trump wasn't expected to win in Michigan, but his supporters there aren't surprised that he took the state back in November. Now two months into the new administration -- and on the heels of a failed effort to repeal…
Standing on a city street, Mansoor Shams holds a sign that reads: “I’m a Muslim and a U.S. Marine. Ask anything.” The former Marine has been traveling around the nation, inviting those curious to ask him about his experiences. NewsHour…
Mansoor Shams believes that one-on-one dialogue with other Americans about his faith is crucial to combating Islamophobia.
In 1912, news of a violent sexual assault enraged the residents of Georgia's Forsyth County and led to a lynching and the execution of two African American teens, as well as a campaign of terror to drive out the entire…
Protesters of the North Dakota pipeline celebrated after the Department of Justice temporarily halted the project in federal jurisdictions last Friday. But while some equipment sits idle, construction in other areas continues. William Brangham visits the Standing Rock Reservation, where…
Hayes Carll has come a long way since his days of playing for brawling shrimpers in Texas. His latest album, "Lovers and Leavers," uses the loss of love (a recent divorce) and love for his son as motivation for lyrics that are…
The PBS NewsHour was recently granted rare access to Minnesota’s Sex Offender Program in the rural town of Moose Lake, MN. It is one of two state-run facilities that house more than 700 sex offenders. They’re all being held under…
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