The PBS NewsHour lost one of our own on May 22 in the shooting death of Julian Dawkins, our 22-year-old shuttle driver.
For Influential Critic Roger Ebert, Life Spent 'At the Movies' Ends at Age 70…
By News Desk
// This video first aired on PBS NewsHour April 11, 2008. Read the full transcript. Van Cliburn, the classical pianist who was vaulted on the world stage when, at the age of 23, he won the first International Tchaikovsky…
In a special honor roll, we remember the 27 victims -- 20 children and seven adults -- of the mass shooting in Newtown, Conn.
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Oscar Niemeyer, the architect who shaped Brazil's futuristic capital city Brasilia in the 1950s and '60s with his bold, often-voluptuous structures died Wednesday in Rio De Janeiro. He was 104.
Nguyen Chi Thien, a Vietnamese dissident poet who spent 27 years in communist prisons and was the acclaimed author of "Flowers of Hell," died last week in California after a long bout of illness.
By Tom LeGro
Remembering German singer Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
Jeffrey Brown talks to Lowery Stokes Sims, a curator at the Museums of Arts and Design, about the life, work and legacy of Elizabeth Catlett, who died Monday at age 96.
Remembering 'Brilliant' Banjo Player Earl Scruggs, Feminist Poet Adrienne Rich…
Family, friends, historians and Betty Ford herself reflect on her life.
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