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Gwen Ifill speaks with Spencer Hsu of the Washington Post about the investigation into last week's shooting rampage at Fort Hood.
Ray Suarez digs into the life of suspected Fort Hood gunman Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan and possible motives for the attack on the Army base.
Kwame Holman reports from Fort Hood Army Base in Texas, which is reeling in the aftermath of a deadly shooting that killed 13 people.
The U.S. Army says one of its own soldiers, a military psychiatrist, carried out a shooting rampage Thursday afternoon in Fort Hood, Texas, that left at least 12 people dead and injured 31 others.
At least 12 people were killed and 31 wounded when a gunman opened fire at Fort Hood Army Base in Texas. Jeffrey Brown reports.
By Arts Desk
Extended interviews and performances from Jeffrey Brown's report on Austin City Limits as the PBS music program celebrates its 35th anniversary year.
Critics have been praising the Wood Brothers since their first studio project together, a 2006 modern blues and folk album called "Ways Not to Lose." NPR named the album one of the best of the year.
Until recently, self-employed writer Candace Talmadge, of Lancaster, Texas, was pleased with the health insurance she purchased through a small business association.
It's a beautiful, hot day in early summer in the Houston suburb where the artist Robyn O'Neil lives and works; only a couple of flinty clouds are in the sky over Texas.
Here are some of this week's arts and culture headlines from public broadcasters around the nation.
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