David Carr, the gravelly-voiced veteran of the New York Times media beat has died at 58. After collapsing at the newspaper’s office in Manhattan on Thursday night, he was rushed to St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, where he was declared dead.
"Who wants to buy a picture with a dead child on it," said Tomas van Houtryve, a National Geographic photographer, who recently surfaced several unauthorized Amazon phone case sales in a series of posts on Instagram.
In northern Myanmar, there's an epidemic of heroin addiction and HIV infection among workers who mine for jade. Some believe the government is encouraging the use of drugs as a weapon against their people. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Dan Levin…
By PBS NewsHour
In the past few years, Black Friday shopping sales have crept into Thanksgiving Day as stores try to gain an advantage over their competitors at the start of the holiday shopping season. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Stephen Greenhouse of the…
In Liberia’s capital Monrovia, ambulance crews go around the city, picking up bodies as well as sick patients who have been infected with Ebola. Video journalist Ben Solomon spent three weeks shadowing a nurse for this New York Times report.
By PBS NewsHour
During the Iraq war, American soldiers were unknowingly exposed to old chemical weapons long abandoned by Saddam Hussein’s regime. The story of the troops who were injured trying dismantle the contaminated weapons has been kept secret until now. Judy Woodruff…
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