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Watch Video | Listen to the AudioGWEN IFILL: Finally: Dr. Seuss’ popular empire is about to grow once again. A newly published book of his immediately shot up to number one on the Amazon bestseller list today. Jeffrey Brown has more on its...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioJUDY WOODRUFF: Now a look at some uncharted waters and the dangers faced by those out at sea. William Brangham reports. And a warning: The story contains some graphic images. WILLIAM BRANGHAM: It’s easy to...
Jonathan Pollard is pictured in this May 1991 file photo, six years after his 1985 arrest. Photo by ReutersWASHINGTON — Jonathan Pollard, the former Naval intelligence analyst whose conviction of spying for Israel stoked fierce international...
Watch VideoGWEN IFILL: This month marked the 70th anniversary of the first test of a nuclear bomb. It was a milestone for science, and credited with leading to the end of World War II. But one group isn’t celebrating. They call themselves the...
Watch VideoJUDY WOODRUFF: Hosting the Olympic Games has become a kind of Olympian feat in itself. Many cities have struggled with it, while others have said the outcome is well worth it. But Boston’s ambivalence about hosting the Summer Games...
Watch VideoGWEN IFILL: After years of debate, the Boy Scouts of America voted last night to end a ban on adult leaders who are openly gay. The policy still would allow church-sponsored Scout units to maintain an exclusion for religious reasons. The...