Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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After WWI, A Mother And Daughter Must Take In 'Paying Guests'
Sarah Waters' spellbinding novel — about two women in 1920s London — is no simple period piece. Waters is a superb storyteller with a gift for capturing the layered nuances of character and mood.
From Sideman To Star: A New Film Captures Jimi Hendrix's Pivotal Year
Jimi: All Is By My Side focuses on the year Hendrix changed his name and recorded his first album. Director John Ridley and star André Benjamin (a.k.a. André 3000) talk about portraying the guitarist.
U.S. Airstrikes Against Islamic State Lift Morale In Mosul
Residents of Mosul say they want more airstrikes against the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, inside the Iraqi city — not just on the outskirts.
Why Some Federal Agencies Panic This Time Of Year
Analysis finds that federal agencies green-light projects in late September to fund them before the fiscal year expires. And quality suffers, compared with projects approved at other times of year.
Obama's U.N. Speech Aims To Enlist Others In Fight Against ISIS
President Obama addresses the U.N. General Assembly in the morning about the threat posed by the Islamic State, also known as ISIS. And in the afternoon, he hosts a meeting of the Security Counsel.
U.S. Airstrikes Also Targeted Al-Qaida Offshoot
One terrorist group targeted inside Syria was a little known al-Qaida offshoot called the Khorasan Group. It was created by al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri to take advantage of the crisis in Syria.
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