PBS NewsHour

For more stories on New York State, check out The Innovation Trail.
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioGWEN IFILL: The Justice Department announced new guidelines today on federal law enforcement profiling. The rules build on a 2003 policy that barred racial profiling, and extends it to include the use of religion,...
U.S. embassies and other interests are preparing for potential security risks in the lead up to a scheduled Tuesday release of a report on harsh CIA interrogation techniques WASHINGTON — American embassies and other U.S. interests abroad are...
J. Allyn Rosser has published four books of poetry, including “Foiled Again,” “Bright Moves” and her most recent, “Mimi’s Trapeze.” “Mimi’s Trapeze,” a new book by J. Allyn Rosser, starts with a quote by...
The five recipients of the 2014 Kennedy Center Honors from left to right top row: actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks, singer-songwriter Sting, singer Al Green; from left to right bottom row: ballerina Patricia McBride and comedienne Lily Tomlin at the U....
At the United Nations Framework for Climate Change conference in Lima, Peru, China rejected a proposal that would allow other countries to scrutinize carbon reduction efforts. Photo by Flickr user UNclimatechange China declined a proposal to...
Ralph Baer, pictured on the right in 2008, was considered the “Father of Video Games.” Baer died Saturday at the age of 92. Photo by Flickr user Alex Handy The “Father of Video Games,” Ralph Baer, died Saturday at the age of...