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Here are some of this week's arts and culture headlines from public broadcasters around the nation.
As the economic crisis continues, a similar crisis looms in the country's aging infrastructure. In the first of a series of reports, Ray Suarez takes a look at Pennsylvania's bridge problem and how it may impact future economic recovery efforts.
By PBS NewsHour
Facing another must-win political battle, Sen. Hillary Clinton emerged victorious Tuesday in the Pennsylvania Democratic primary, but it's unclear how much the victory will help close her delegate deficit against the better-funded Sen. Barack Obama.
Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama made final pitches to Pennsylvanians Tuesday in the hopes to sway still-undecided voters as they headed to the polls. Political analysts examine the day in voting.
Two Philadelphia congressmen explain how the delegate-rich Philadelphia suburbs may play a crucial role in determining the outcome of Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, where polls show support is closely split between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama crisscrossed Pennsylvania Monday in a final attempt to sway Keystone state voters before Tuesday's Democratic primary, while presumptive GOP nominee Sen. John McCain spoke in Selma, Al., on the first day of his five-day…
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson resigned Monday amid allegations he granted favors to friends involving HUD contracts. A Washington Post reporter discusses the move.
Rising murder rates in Philadelphia have led community activists to organize efforts to curb the city's crime. Kwame Holman talks to local activists about their fight against violent crime.
Poet Karen Zaborowski Duffy has been a high school English teacher for 20 years. She's been a Philadelphia Phillies fan for even longer. Although her beloved team is not in this year's World Series, she shares a poem about being…
Federal prosecutors have charged six Muslim men living in the United States with plotting to sneak into Fort Dix in New Jersey and kill as many military personnel as possible. The NewsHour speaks with the U.S. attorney working on the…
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