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The Jan. 6 committee will hold its next public hearing on Monday morning. And while the panel's focus is on former President Trump and his closest allies, future witnesses are expected to draw a link between the Trump White House…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport, Alison Thoet
A reworking of Shakespeare "Hamlet" called "Fat Ham” recently won the Pulitzer Prize in drama. Jeffrey Brown has the story from New York for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS."…
In our news wrap Wednesday, a grand jury in Buffalo formally charged a white 18-year-old suspect for the massacre of 10 Black people at a supermarket, Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down as chief operating officer for Meta, Shanghai residents celebrated…
Maya Lin is known for her memorials, architecture, and her art. A new project adds a very personal side to her story and of millions of other Asian Americans. As the Museum of Chinese in America seeks to expand its…
By Elizabeth Burton, Ana Davila
Christine Catipon is clinical psychologist at the University of California, Irvine Counseling Center. Growing up Filipina, she says that people around her did not want to talk about mental health. Catipon is now working to dismantle barriers that keep people…
The biggest international prize in architecture will be awarded Friday in London to an architect known for his work on buildings that address social needs, particularly in African countries. This year’s prize also made history, as Francis Kéré became the…
By Fred de Sam Lazaro, Sam Lane
Wednesday marks the second anniversary of George Floyd's murder at the hands of police in Minneapolis. His death touched off protests and a global movement for racial justice. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on a new book, "His Name Is…
By Roby Chavez, Diane Lincoln Estes
New Orleans is a unique city where its people are part of a rich melting pot of diversity that has made its food world-famous. But many of the culture bearers of that history are being shut out of the top…
By Gabrielle Hays, Andrew Corkery
For the first time, the U.S. government released a report this month detailing the abuse and mistreatment of Native children who were forcibly sent to boarding schools in the 1800s. NewsHour’s St Louis community reporter Gabrielle Hays, who has been…
By Aaron Morrison, Kat Stafford, Associated Press
The nation’s oldest civil rights organization said it will propose a sweeping plan meant to protect Black Americans from white supremacist violence in response to a hate-fueled massacre that killed 10 Black people in Buffalo, New York, last weekend.
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