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Broken Bolts Is Latest Woe for Late, Over Budget and Earthquake-Prone Bay Bridge…
In other news Friday, Ariel Castro faces 977 charges for the kidnapping, rape and sexual abuse of three women that he allegedly held captive for a decade in the basement of his Cleveland home. Castro pleaded not guilty to an…
Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced Monday that President Obama would sign an executive order to allow schools who are falling short of No Child Left Behind to circumvent the law. Gwen Ifill discusses the policy shift with Justin Snider of…
New census data on race and migration released this week show minorities accounted for 90 percent of the growth in the U.S. during the past decade. Ray Suarez discusses the new numbers with the Brookings Institution's William Frey, author Isabel…
Gwen Ifill talks with two experts familiar with the sexual violence that has occurred in the Democratic Republic of Congo over the past decade.
By Arts Desk
Books in the aughts were not all for naught: there were mega novels (like Jonathan Franzen's "The Corrections" and Junot Diaz's "The Brief, Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao"), a boom in book clubs, and the birth of the e-reader.
From the fading dominance of the big screen to the prevalence of the small screen, the critical cinematic successes that came from abroad, and the return of the 3-D Hollywood blockbuster, we asked two critics to reflect on the films…
A roundup of art headlines.
The SEC chairman has criticized his own agency's failure to investigate warnings about Bernard Madoff, who is accused of a massive fraud scheme. Analysts examine the SEC's inquiry.
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