Family members, friends and our PBS NewsHour family -- past and present -- said goodbye to co-founder Jim Lehrer on Friday.
By Courtney Norris
We often refer to the "NewsHour family." Jim was our founding father.
By Mike Melia
American students today are more comfortable than ever celebrating their identities in terms of race, class, sexual orientation or gender. But stereotypes continue nonetheless. NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs’ new “No Labels Attached” series has asked high-schoolers across the country to…
By PBS NewsHour
He offered viewers the chance to hear different sides and find common ground, and over the years he offered insight into his philosophy.
By Laura Santhanam, Joshua Barajas
Across the country, local newspapers are printing fewer pages, less frequently -- and sometimes collapsing entirely. Recent studies paint a grim picture of the decline in local newspapers and the impact it has on American politics. Jeffrey Brown reports and…
By Ashraf Khalil, Associated Press
Sitting almost equidistant between the White House and the Capitol on Pennsylvania Avenue, the glass-walled building became instantly recognizable for its multi-story exterior rendition of the First Amendment.
By PBS NewsHour
Over the last 15 years, local newspapers across the U.S. have lost more than $35 billion in advertising revenue and half of their staffs, while at least 2,000 news outlets have shuttered during that time, according to a new study…
By David Bauder, Associated Press
It’s been true for some time that Republicans are generally more hostile to the news media than Democrats , but a study released Thursday found that’s much more the case for supporters of President Donald Trump.
By Associated Press
The White House is preparing to instruct federal agencies not to renew their subscriptions to the two newspapers.
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