The PBS NewsHour’s series on migrant issues called “Desperate Journey” is among 60 finalists for the Peabody awards, which recognize programs for storytelling. Winners will be announced in the coming weeks.
By News Desk
Get ready for a celebration of the some of the best voices in TV and film: the Golden Globes, airing this Sunday.
By Yena Oh
Maryam Mirzakhani, a mathematics professor at Stanford University in California, is the first woman to receive the Fields Medal -- considered the “Nobel Prize” of mathematics -- since the award was established in 1936.
By News Desk
In other news Tuesday, Lance Armstrong discussed doping in an interview with Oprah Winfrey months after the world famous cyclist was accused of using performance enhancement drugs to give himself an edge during competitions and stripped of his titles…
The National Book Awards were handed out at a dinner Wednesday night in New York to four new books, whose subjects ranged from life on a Native American reservation to a settlement community in Mumbai.
Judy Woodruff Talks to Charles Scoville About Public Service…
The NewsHour recently profiled jazz bassist Esperanza Spalding, who won best new artist at Sunday's Grammy Awards. Jeffrey Brown has an excerpt of her song "Little Fly" from the album "Chamber Music Society."…
Jeffrey Brown gets two perspectives on how the Emmy Awards, television's most prestigious honor, have been signaling a major shift in programming by the major networks and smaller cable channels.
By Molly Finnegan
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