Vietnamese Protest

Vietnamese Protest

David Nazar reports on controversial friendship between a Vietnamese city and Irvine.

Rebel Leader Denies Blame for South Sudan Massacre

Rebel Leader Denies Blame for South Sudan Massacre

Bodies were strewn in the streets of the city of Bentiu, South Sudan.

Trash Tussle

Trash Tussle

David Nazar reports on the L.A. city council's controversial new "zero waste" program.

High Court upholds Mich. ban on affirmative action

PBS NewsHour

High Court upholds Mich. ban on affirmative action

Why the Supreme Court upheld Michigan’s right to ban affirmative action.

Flooding in Solitary

FRONTLINE

Flooding in Solitary

Does solitary confinement help or hurt prisoners? Some say it pushes them into insanity.

Remembering a prizefighter who fought for freedom

PBS NewsHour

Remembering a prizefighter who fought for freedom

Remembering Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter, prizefighter who fought for his and others’ freedom

Justices consider future of TV and copyright

PBS NewsHour

Justices consider future of TV and copyright

The Supreme Court heard a request by television broadcasters to shut down Aereo.

Should science revive the woolly mammoth?

PBS NewsHour

Should science revive the woolly mammoth?

Potential to revive extinct animals raises ethical questions.

Taming the 'Wild West' of online comments

PBS NewsHour

Taming the 'Wild West' of online comments

What can websites do to put a stop to offensive comments?

“United States of Secrets” - Trailer

FRONTLINE

“United States of Secrets” - Trailer

How did the government come to spy on millions of Americans?

How Justice Stevens would change the Constitution

PBS NewsHour

How Justice Stevens would change the Constitution

How retired Supreme Court Justice Stevens would amend the constitution.