Ray Suarez talks to Ilan Stavans about the life and legacy of writer Carlos Fuentes.
Whitney Houston, the superstar known for turning gospel and soul into pop music gold, was found dead over the weekend in her Los Angeles hotel room. She was 48. Jeffrey Brown and songwriter Gordon Chambers discuss her life and legacy,…
Gates: I Was ' Strong Advocate' for Surge to End in Summer 2012…
President Obama traveled to New York City Thursday to place a wreath in honor of the victims of the 9/11 attacks and mark the killing of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden. Jim Lehrer discusses the significance of President Obama's decision…
Veteran journalist Charles Peters, founder of Washington Monthly, talks with Judy Woodruff about his new book on the presidency of Lyndon Johnson.
Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of the famous oceanographer, has written a new book, "My Father, the Captain: My Life With Jacques Cousteau," about his father's legacy and his relationship with him as a friend, confidante and employee. Jeffrey Brown has more.
As memorial services continue for Sen. Edward Kennedy, some of his memories will live on through an oral history project at the University of Virginia's Miller Center for Public Affairs.
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In his farewell address, President George W. Bush defended his two terms, which were punctuated by the Sept. 11 attacks, the launching of two wars and Hurricane Katrina, by saying he "always acted with the best interests of our country…
Vice President Dick Cheney looks back on the Bush administration's eight years in office, answers new questions on claims that the U.S. tortured terror suspects and assesses the challenges ahead for the Obama team.
President George W. Bush gave his final press conference Monday, admitting to some mistakes while defending his actions on national security and the economy. Analysts look back on Mr. Bush's eight years in office.
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