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The author not apologizing for her work-life balance tilting pretty hard toward work. I really love my job. Since last year, I’ve been privileged to work as the executive producer of the PBS NewsHour. It’s a pretty great gig. I can say that for most...
Gwen Ifill moderates a panel at the Aspen Ideas Festival. Photo from Twitter/Aspen Ideas On the afternoon after we learned a sixth church had burned under suspicious circumstances in a single week, and on the day before the 51st anniversary of...
The Department of Education . Photo by Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty ImagesWASHINGTON — President Barack Obama dearly wanted to get the government in the business of rating colleges and universities based on value and affordability, promising a new system by...
JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight, we close with another Brief But Spectacular, our series of interviews featuring insights from artists, authors, leaders and thinkers, telling us briefly about their passions. Tonight, producer Steve Goldbloom speaks to...
JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight, the NewsHour begins a series on the way communities prepare and survive disasters, both natural and manmade. NewsHour special correspondent Jackie Judd brings us a tale of two cities, both on the Atlantic Seaboard. JACKIE...
JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight, we begin a two-part look at the iconic music group the group Grateful Dead, who are this week preparing for their final reunion concerts in Chicago. First up, we focus on longtime Dead drummer Mickey Hart and his fascination...