PBS NewsHour for Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Comedian Fred Willard compares the comedy of today to the time when he started.
Yo-Yo Ma reflects on discovering the cello and how he engages with young people.
Actor Jason Schwartzman talks about doing his first animation, 'Fantastic Mr. Fox'.
Gov. David Paterson explains the effect of Wall Street's failure on the Empire State.
Benghazi hearings, Syrian diplomacy, immigration and the changing electorate
Sexual Assault; Egg Freezing; International Surrogacy
Amy Goodman discusses whether progressives are finding their legs and her new book.
Congress made progress on immigration reform and voted to repeal the health care law.
Fixing structural unemployment by improving scientific, technical and mathematical skills.
Activist weighs in on the effects of current federal policy on much of Black America.
Find out how and why 57 Irish immigrants to the U.S. died in 1832.
PBS NewsHour for Monday, May 13, 2013
The Tony winner & Oscar nominee reflects on her groundbreaking career.
PBS NewsHour for Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Major Embryonic Stem Cell Advance Raises Ethical Quandaries
Wickliff assesses how his generation handles challenges facing young people today.
20 years before Sandy Hook, a student went on a shooting rampage in Massachusetts.
Theological education, he says, can help put right what s wrong in Washington.
Obama, Turkey's Erdogan Reaffirm Urgency of Ending Bloodshed in Syria
The Houston Grand Opera's 'Cruzar la Cara de la Luna'
THE DA VINCI CODE sparked religious controversy as a novel and again as a motion picture.
A Look Back at the Senate Watergate Hearings
News Wrap: Series of Explosions in Iraq Stokes Fears of Sectarian Violence
A teen's family talks about his autism and the services they need.
Premieres Monday, May 20, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings.
Watch more of our interview about how religion can promote more civil political discourse.
Keeping on Top of Priorities, White House Deals With Drama
Under a new Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruling, same-sex couples can marry.
White House Works to Calm Storm of Scandal