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In Reno, Nevada, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW takes an up-close look at John Trumbull's 1820 `Declaration of Independence` illustration on the two-dollar bill with appraiser Christopher Lane.
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News Wrap: Sectarian Violence Continues in Iraq With Car Bombs in Baghdad, Basra | PBS NewsHour | May 20, 2013 | PBS www.pbs.org
In other news Monday, a wave of sectarian killings across Iraq left at least 95 people dead. It was the single-worst day of violence in Iraq in more than a year and a half. Also The New York Times reports that computer hackers in the Chinese military have
Part One + Two - Washington's Culture Of Secrets, Sources And Leaks | News War | FRONTLINE | PBS www.pbs.org
In 1971, when The New York Times was fighting to publish the Pentagon Papers, Times Washington Bureau Chief Max Frankel filed this deposition in which he details how leaks are the way Washington runs -- its "currency." As he explains, leaks were
Before I Was Anybody, I Was A Child Survivor of the Holocaust | Never Forget to Lie | FRONTLINE | PBS www.pbs.org
In "Never Forget to Lie," Emmy-winning filmmaker and director Marian Marzynski journeys back to Poland to explore the story of his childhood and those of other Jewish child survivors of the Holocaust. FRONTLINE sat down with Marzynski to discuss
Whether it's a major traumatic event (a school shooting, a hurricane, or getting hurt in an accident) or chronic daily hassles (poor day care, poverty, test-taking or bickering between caregivers at home), kids can have a hard time coping with some of the
This week's poem comes from Charles Hood. He is the author of "South x South," winner of the 2012 Hollis Summers Poetry Prize. His previous books include "Bombing Ploesti" and "Rio de Dios" (Red Hen Press).
New Chapter Begins for U.S. Relations With Myanmar, Though Concerns Remain | PBS NewsHour | May 20, 2013 | PBS www.pbs.org
At the White House, President Barack Obama welcomed Myanmar President Thein Sein, the first Burmese leader to visit Washington in nearly five decades. Ray Suarez talks to Jennifer Quigley of the U.S. Campaign for Burma and Priscilla Clap, former chief of
Returning to the Haunted Ground of the Warsaw Ghetto | Never Forget to Lie | FRONTLINE | PBS www.pbs.org
Before World War II, Poland's capital Warsaw was home to the country's largest Jewish community; more than 350,000 Jews lived in the city. No more than 20,000 of them survived the Holocaust. FRONTLINE filmmaker Marian Marzynski was one of the few. In &quo