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Judy Woodruff Presents: America at a Crossroads, a series that will examine the many divisions fracturing the United States.
By Judy Woodruff, Frank Carlson
As the country has been reckoning with questions of race, justice and equality, many state legislatures have passed laws restricting how American history, particularly around the issue of race, can be taught in schools. Judy Woodruff visited her native Tulsa,…
Growing up, I don’t remember anyone in the family mentioning the 1921 Race Massacre. Leaders are now trying to change that.
By Judy Woodruff
The fact that our country is divided isn’t new. In many respects, it can be traced back to the founding of a nation on the promise of freedom while dependent on slavery, a time when many couldn’t participate in the…
Wednesday marks 28 years since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, which remains the largest act of home-grown terrorism in U.S. history. Judy Woodruff reports on how that act of political violence is remembered…
By Frank Carlson, Adam Kemp
Dennis Purifoy survived the largest act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history. Now, 28 years after the Oklahoma City bombing, he believes there’s not enough discussion around far-right extremism in the country.
By Judy Woodruff, Sam Lane, Frank Carlson
Tuesday, voters in Wisconsin will decide the balance of the state’s Supreme Court in the most expensive judicial election in history. Judy Woodruff traveled to Wisconsin to see how the state’s sharp political divides are shaping what could be the…
America's divisions often go beyond disputes over policy, regularly spilling into clashes over identity and culture and pitting friends and family against one another. Judy Woodruff explores how that came to be and what it means for our shared future…
America is as divided today as it’s been in a very long time. I want to know why.
After deciding to step away from the anchor desk, Judy Woodruff wanted to use this time to hone in on a topic she feels is the most urgent one facing our country: the deep divisions and distrust among us. She…
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