Jim Lehrer talks about the life of master animator Chuck Jones with John Canemaker, director of the animation program at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Rescuers recovered three bodies from the sea Friday after a U.S. Army helicopter involved in anti-terrorism training exercises in the Philippines crashed.
After hearing the news that Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was killed, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf vowed an all-out manhunt for his kidnappers.
Twelve soldiers are feared dead after a U.S. military helicopter involved in anti-terrorism training exercises in the Philippines crashed into the sea Thursday.
Terence Smith talks with Felicity Barringer of The New York Times about the death of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
At least 370 people were killed early Wednesday when fire engulfed an overcrowded passenger train near Cairo, Egypt.
A federal court Tuesday ruled the Federal Communications Commission must revisit a rule barring companies from owning television stations with a combined reach of 35 percent or more of the national audience.
Media correspondent Terence Smith explores how business reporters largely missed the impending implosion of Enron, the largest corporate bankruptcy in U.S. history.
Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles reports on the passing of airport security from private companies to the federal government.
Following a report on the national passenger rail system's financial troubles, Ray Suarez discusses Amtrak's future with Gilbert Carmichael, chairman of the Amtrak Reform Council, and John Robert Smith, mayor of Meridian, Mississippi and Amtrak Board Member.
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