The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews in Scotland voted to admit women today, by 85 percent of those who took part in the vote. Until now, the 260-year-old club was for men only.
By Lorna Baldwin
On September 18, Scotland’s citizens will go to the polls to answer a really big question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?” This question, of course, raises lots of other questions about what a yes vote might mean for the…
By Sarah McHaney
Push for national census reveals scars of Bosnia's painful past…
The Tea Party burst on the scene as a new political force, but does it have staying power? Judy Woodruff discusses the movement's influence with The Pew Research Center's Andy Kohut and The New York Times' Kate Zernike.
Youth reporters at People's Production House and Newsmotion.org. ventured into New York City's Zuccotti Park and interviewed young people participating in the Occupy Wall Street movement.
As economic protests spread globally, world leaders took note of the movements' possible implications. Jeffrey Brown discusses the causes, strengths and weaknesses of the growing protests in the U.S. and abroad with Yes! Magazine's Sarah van Gelder, Josh Barro of…
Yemen's longtime ruler faces a growing opposition movement.
By Elizabeth Shell
With all the strife over public sector unions, including irate e-mails in response to our pension coverage on the program, we thought we'd lighten the mood today by sharing some recent political cartoons.
Artist Brice Marden's abstract works have evolved over the past 50 years, from minimalist monochrome single-panel paintings in the 1960s to elaborate calligraphy in the 1980s. Jeffrey Brown reports on Marden's life, work and latest exhibition.
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