Granddad and the good Rev. Rolo Goodlove try to cash in big after a teacher calls Riley 'the n-word' in school.
Charlie takes a look at the week that was, from Obama to sharks to Cate Blanchett.
PBS NewsHour for Thursday, August 1, 2013
Iran's opposition party and wounded vets
Rare performance footage & candid conversations with many luminaries of dance.
PBS NewsHour for Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
George Zimmerman Verdict; Hispanic Protestants; Combating Extremism in Britain
Native teens torn between opportunities outside the reservation and cultural ties at home
Watch this film by Alan Spearman.
Monday, July 29, 2013
Examine the impenetrable submarine pens the Nazis built to protect U-boats
Exploring autism from the point of view of autistic people themselves.
Friday, July 26, 2013
Baldemar Vel squez on fighting for the rights of America s farmworkers.
Buckle up: once we start we're not slowin' down.
Boondocks is back. Act like you know it.
New debts, old faces, and a whole lot of action.
Don't worry. They're well worth the wait.
Stephen coaches his team through the Puppy Bowl, tries his hand at dressage, and coaxes a snail to predict election outcomes.
President Obama bypasses Congress to pass new overtime rules, and Fox News's Neil Cavuto warns of the hidden dangers of paying people for their work.
Stephen says goodnight.
Atheists object to a cross at the 9/11 memorial, the NSA hires a friendly advice columnist, and Colorado's marijuana industry soars.
Colorado's marijuana tycoons rake in huge profits as tourists line up for pot-infused munchies and toke-friendly vacation packages.
Things get wild on set when Steve Martin stops by, Carey Mulligan and Stephen go on a reading journey, and Kevin Spacey steals Stephen's Emmy Award.
Stephen learns to bobsled, tries his hand at curling, and beats Bob Costas to win the Olympics.
Stephen wins a Peabody Award, ends Jon Stewart's 10-year Emmy reign, and puts truthiness in the dictionary.
Historian Simon Schama discusses 'The Story of the Jews,' his PBS documentary exploring Jewish history from 1000 B.C. to 1492.
Stephen introduces his new friend Perfect Polly to the show, reviews the Banana Bunker banana protection system, and debuts his laziness assistance product, the Coma Cozy.
Colorado's marijuana industry generates millions, Neil Cavuto undervalues overtime pay, and Simon Schama describes a uniquely Jewish communication style.
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