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Jeffrey Brown talks to filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, director of "Incendies.'…
Ray Suarez reports on a new film profiling Mary Surratt, the sole woman implicated in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, and the questions raised about the use of military commission trials, both then and now. He is joined by…
By Tom LeGro
First a bestselling book, then a popular blog and soon to be a public radio show, the phenomenon that is "Freakonomics" is the brain child of University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt and journalist Stephen Dubner. Now, "Freakonomics" is a…
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By Quinn Bowman
A Supreme Court case that originally focused on a movie that was critical of Hillary Clinton during the 2008 presidential election is being reconsidered and could potentially change how corporate donations to political campaigns are regulated.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case Tuesday centering on whether a documentary on Hillary Clinton should be classified as a political ad, making it subject to campaign finance laws. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle describes the case…
By PBS NewsHour
Ingmar Bergman, a titan of modern cinema, died Monday in his home on the island of Faro, Sweden. He was 89 years old.
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