• PBS NewsHour -- Political Checklist: Credit Downgrade Fallout and the GOP...
    Political Checklist: Credit Downgrade ...
    Political Editor David Chalian and Judy Woodruff examine the political fallout ...
    0:05:56
  • PBS NewsHour -- Weekly Poem: 'Elegy VII (Last Moment)' by Jason Schneiderman
    Weekly Poem: 'Elegy VII (Last Moment)' ...
    Jason Schneiderman is the author of "Striking Surface," winner of the Richard ...
    0:00:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- In New Book, Doctor Explores History of Cancer
    In New Book, Doctor Explores History of ...
    Betty Ann Bowser talks with oncologist Siddhartha Mukherjee about his new book, ...
    0:08:42
  • PBS NewsHour -- Obama Orders Revamp of 'No Child Left Behind'
    Obama Orders Revamp of 'No Child Left ...
    Nearly a decade after it was enacted, many schools are having trouble meeting No ...
    0:06:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Atlanta Starts New School Year Under Cloud of Cheating...
    Atlanta Starts New School Year Under ...
    Students and teachers return to Atlanta classrooms for the start of a new school ...
    0:09:02
  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Douthat on Disdain for Washington After Debt...
    Shields and Douthat on Disdain for ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist Ross Douthat sort ...
    0:13:30
  • PBS NewsHour -- Latest Jobs News Promising, But Markets Ask: What Will...
    Latest Jobs News Promising, But Markets ...
    New job numbers out Friday offered a glimmer of hope after a bad week for the ...
    0:13:41
  • PBS NewsHour -- 'Washington Color and Light' at the Corcoran Gallery of Art
    'Washington Color and Light' at the ...
    Corcoran Gallery of Art curator Beatrice Gralton gives a tour of the museum's ...
    0:04:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- Conversation: Bruce Norris' Pulitzer-winning Play...
    Conversation: Bruce Norris' ...
    Jeffrey Brown talks to Howard Shalwitz, artistic director of the Woolly Mammoth ...
    0:09:03
  • PBS NewsHour -- New Orleans Officers Convicted in Killings: a Turning...
    New Orleans Officers Convicted in ...
    Five current or former New Orleans police officers were convicted Friday in ...
    0:09:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Indian Surrogacy Helps Lift Some Poor, but Raises Ethical...
    Indian Surrogacy Helps Lift Some Poor, ...
    In India, parental surrogacy is often less complicated and costly than having a ...
    0:09:09
  • PBS NewsHour -- FAA Shutdown Coming to an End, but Funding Fight Still Looms
    FAA Shutdown Coming to an End, but ...
    Congressional leaders announced Thursday they had reached a bipartisan agreement ...
    0:05:09
  • PBS NewsHour -- Bloomberg: Americans Worry That U.S. Is Losing...
    Bloomberg: Americans Worry That U.S. Is ...
    In an interview with the NewsHour Thursday, New York City Mayor Michael ...
    0:01:42
  • PBS NewsHour -- Massive Campaign of Cyber Spying Uncovered
    Massive Campaign of Cyber Spying ...
    The public learned this week of a five-year, high-level hacking campaign that ...
    0:06:59
  • PBS NewsHour -- Bloomberg Kicks Off New Effort to Empower Black, Latino Men
    Bloomberg Kicks Off New Effort to ...
    New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced a $127 million, three-year ...
    0:09:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- 'Made in India' Examines International Journey Through...
    'Made in India' Examines International ...
    In "Made in India," filmmakers Rebecca Haimowitz and Vaishali Sinha follow the ...
    0:09:17
  • PBS NewsHour -- Market Plunge Startles Investors, But Fed 'Out of Ammo'...
    Market Plunge Startles Investors, But ...
    Wall Street finished its worst day since the financial crisis began in 2008 ...
    0:09:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- Heat Wave, Drought Create 'Grim' Crop Yields for Farmers...
    Heat Wave, Drought Create 'Grim' Crop ...
    New research by the National Drought Mitigation Center shows 12 percent of U.S. ...
    0:06:33
  • PBS NewsHour -- After Long Debt Battle, Is Current Version of U.S....
    After Long Debt Battle, Is Current ...
    After many months of heated debate, Washington was finally able to compromise on ...
    0:09:14
  • PBS NewsHour -- Mubarak Trial an 'Extraordinary Moment' for Egypt, Middle...
    Mubarak Trial an 'Extraordinary Moment' ...
    The trial of Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian strongman, began Wednesday with ...
    0:08:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Tepid Economy at Heart of Global Market Volatility
    Tepid Economy at Heart of Global Market ...
    At a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, President Obama said the debt deal had ...
    0:09:19