Ten years since the economic recession, lending has returned for many Americans. Yet the gap between white and black homeownership is wider now than it was in 1960, with signs of modern-day redlining showing up across the country. Special correspondent…
Every day, about 50 people are sexually assaulted or raped in the workplace in the U.S. While the entertainment industry and the political world have been in the headlines, the problem extends to those who work in hotels, clean offices,…
By PBS NewsHour
What began as an internal investigation of harassment by a Federal Air Marshal program specialist has turned into a larger investigation of rearranged flights for favors or “sexual trysts,” possibly leaving high-risk flights without air marshals.
By Anna Sillers
Elisabeth Bumiller of the New York Times talks with Margaret Warner about an upcoming review of the war in Afghanistan, and what intelligence reports reveal about the region.
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