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As part of an ongoing series of reports on the nation's infrastructure, special correspondent Rick Karr examines a dispute in Alabama over a nearly 50-year-old federal highway program.
In other news, an Alabama gunman killed 10 people before taking his own life, in what has become the state's biggest mass killing. In Germany, a teenage gunman killed 15 people before turning the gun on himself.
Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., a member of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, recounts how Northrop Grumman garnered the Air Force's contract for building new air tankers, and how his state would benefit.
Powerful storms and tornados tore across five southern states Tuesday night, leaving at least 54 dead. After a report on the weather disaster, the governor of Tennessee details the cleanup efforts and a weather expert offers insight on the storms.
By PBS NewsHour
Tornadoes and thunderstorms ripped across several southern states Tuesday night, killing at least 44 people and injuring hundreds more.
The Justice Department has decided to prosecute about a dozen civil rights cases that are decades old. A guest explains why.
Three years, ago, the archives of Martin Luther King were exhibited at Sotheby's Auction House in New York. This week, they appear on the auction block again. The NewsHour presents an encore of Roger Rosenblatt's essay of King's words and…
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