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This U.S. Interior Department film shows young men in the Civilian Conservation Corps doing infrastructure and maintenance work in New Jersey state parks. The conservation work was part of a Great Depression-era program to develop a nationwide system of state parks and to expand and improve public open spaces in the United States. Sponsor: Department of the Interior
Topics: Reel America "Outdoors in the Garden State" - 1937, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
This film shows national examples of racial violence and prejudice, then highlights a New York City school program promoting dialogue and racial and religious tolerance. The Library of Congress preserved this film, which is part of their National Screening Room. Sponsor: VFT Films
Topics: Reel America "Whoever You Are" - 1946, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
The United States World War I Centennial Commission marked the opening of the National World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C. with a video tribute and flag-raising ceremony to honor the 4.7 million Americans who served during the war. The memorial opened to the public on April 16, 2021. Sponsor: U.S. World War One Centennial Commission
Topics: National World War I Memorial First Colors Ceremony, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Journalist Drew Pearson was best known for his daily column "Washington Merry-Go-Round" that ran from 1932 to 1969. Published in over 600 newspapers, its mission was to reveal government secrets in the name of transparency. Called a liar by presidents and politicians, Pearson was the subject of numerous investigations and libel lawsuits. Historian Donald Ritchie, author of "The Columnist: Leaks, Lies, and Libel in Drew Pearson's Washington" discussed his investigation into...
Topics: Drew Pearson & The Power of Political Journalism, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Pat Nixon entered the White House as first lady 50 years ago in January 1969. A panel discussed her work, interests and contributions to the Nixon administration. The White House Historical Association and Richard Nixon Foundation co-hosted this event. Sponsor: White House Historical Association,Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Topics: The Presidency First Lady Pat Nixon, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
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Former first lady Barbara Bush kept scrapbooks of every year of the Bush's life together. Warren Finch, Director of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum showed items from one of 118 scrapbooks held in the library, including a memento from the couple's first Thanksgiving together. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: Barbara Bush Scrapbooks, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
An oral history interview with U.S. Army veteran Harold Christenson that was recorded in 2015 by the Korean War Legacy Foundation. He discussed his service as a platoon sergeant, and the loss of two friends to the war within a few months of arriving in Korea. The interview project was underwritten by South Korea's Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs. Sponsor: Korean War Legacy Foundation
Topics: korea, north korea, japan, ronald reagan, south korea, ohio, yokohama, c-span
Source: Comcast Cable
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Historian David Reynolds provided a biography of Abraham Lincoln and looked at how societal influences impacted his life. This was a virtual event hosted by the Leon Levy Center for Biography in New York City. Sponsor: City University of New York | Leon Levy Center for Biography
Topics: stephen douglas, niagara, sherman, lincoln, white house, england, illinois, lincoln, abraham...
Source: Comcast Cable
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts (R) delivered the State of the State address in Lincoln. The governor declared that "the work of Nebraskans everywhere has kept the state of the state strong." He discussed the state's response to the pandemic and thanked first responders and teachers. In addition, Gov. Ricketts talked about property tax relief, expanding the workforce, creating new jobs, and increasing access to broadband and internet connectivity. Sponsor: State Capitol
Topic: nebraska
Source: Comcast Cable
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) discussed her role in leading the state during the election and COVID-19 pandemic during a virtual discussion hosted by Politico. Sponsor: Politico.com
Topics: michigan, carrie, whitmer, washington, joe biden, kamala harris, biden
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On "Fox News Sunday," White House Press Secretar Jen Psaki was asked about detention facilities at the U.S.-Mexico Border, and how the government is handling unaccompanied minors who enter the U.S. Sponsor: FOX News Channel | "Fox News Sunday"
Topics: chuck, chris
Source: Comcast Cable
FEMA Administrator Nominee Deanne Criswell testified at her confirmation hearing before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. The New York City Emergency Management Commissioner talked about her experience in leading a large metropolitan area and answered several questions on FEMA's role in handling migrants at the border, better communication and coordination with state and local officials, reimbursement wait times, and vaccine distribution. Sponsor: Senate Homeland...
Topics: fema, ms. criswell, peters, portman, new york city, hassan, carper, sinema, california, rosen, new...
Source: Comcast Cable
This 1965 film from the U.S. Army's "Big Picture" television series celebrates the contributions of Army nurses from the American Revolution to the Vietnam War. Although women nurses cared for soldiers as early as the American Revolution, the official Army Nurse Corps was not formed until 1901, in the wake of the Spanish-American War. Sponsor: U.S. Army Signal Corps | Army Pictorial Service
Topics: vietnam, washington, europe
Source: Comcast Cable
Day 12 of the trial continued for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, accused in the death of George Floyd. Following a short break, the defense recalled Nicole Mackenzie, a medical support coordinator for the Minneapolis Police Department. Sponsor: Minnesota | Hennepin County District Court
Topics: minneapolis, mackenzie
Source: Comcast Cable
Secretary of State Antony Blinken made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan, where he met with Afghan leaders and visited U.S. Embassy personnel. HIs visit comes one day after President Biden announced he was withdrawing troops in Afghanistan by September 11, 2021. Following his meetings with leaders, Secretary Blinken held a news conference at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul. Sponsor: Department of State
Topics: afghanistan, taliban, biden, al qaeda, osama bin laden, cia
Source: Comcast Cable
Sponsor: Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
Topics: gao, michigan, langford, irs, portman, lankford, nevada, jarmin
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The Washington Post's Joby Warrick discussed America's effort to destroy chemical weapons in Syria during its Civil War. He was interviewed by Georgetown University professor and author Angela Stent. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: syria, obama, russia, joby warrick, isis, washington, un, syrians, iraq, putin, trump, north korea
Source: Comcast Cable
University of Central Arkansas historian Marcus Witcher explored conservatives' criticism of President Reagan's foreign policy toward the Soviet Union during the 1980s. He also explained how conservatives gradually downplayed this criticism in later decades as they sought to reimagine their relationship with the 40th president. The Federalist Society's Montgomery, Alabama chapter hosted this event. Sponsor: Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies | Montgomery (AL) Lawyers Chapter
Topic: reagan
Source: Comcast Cable
Ernie LaPointe, Sitting Bull's great-grandson, spoke about his Lakota heritage and the influence of his great-grandfather's legacy. He talked about the repatriation of some of Sitting Bull's artifacts to his family and his work to teach the Lakota language to the next generation. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming hosted this event in 2012 and provided the video. Sponsor: Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Topics: Conversation with Sitting Bull's Great-Grandson, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Indiana University Bloomington professor Stephen Andrews taught a class about conspiracy culture in modern American society. He looked at the demographics of what types of people believe in conspiracies and talked about how the internet has influenced these groups. He also discussed strategies teachers might use when speaking with students or peers about theories related to a fake moon landing, flat earth or 9/11 as a government action. This is the second of a two-part seminar hosted by the...
Topics: Lectures in History Conspiracy Culture in Modern American Society, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
University of Minnesota history professor Katharine Gerbner talked about Protestant Christians and Quakers, and their relationship to slavery in 17th century Barbados. She is the author of "Christian Slavery: Conversion and Race in the Protestant Atlantic World." The Museum of the American Revolution hosted this event. Sponsor: National Society of Colonial Dames of America,Museum of the American Revolution
Topics: Slavery & Quakers in 17th Century Barbados, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
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NASA's robotic rover Perseverance touches down on Mars. This video shows the reaction from the control room. Sponsor: NASA
Topics: NASA Rover Lands on Mars, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Fox News' Chris Wallace provided a history of the lead-up to the bombing of Hiroshima in August 1945. This was a virtual event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. Sponsor: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: Chris Wallace, "Countdown 1945", Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Michael McCloskey, a reenactor portraying a World War I American soldier discussed his equipment, the life of the common soldier, and U.S. participation in the Great War. Mr. McCloskey is a history professor at Harrisburg Community College, Gettysburg campus and was a participant in a living history event hosted each year by the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Sponsor: U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center
Topics: American Artifacts American World War I Soldiers, Television Program
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This Occupational Safety and Health film describes OSHA's mission to reduce workplace disease, injury, and death, and informs workers and employers about their legal rights. The film visits a textile mill and a foundry, and tells the story of workers in Hopewell, Virginia in the mid-1970s who were exposed to the now globally banned pesticide Kepone. The documentary ends with the story of a worker dying with cancer from prolonged exposure to benzine. This and two other 1980 Carter administration...
Topics: Reel America "OSHA" - 1980, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
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Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Topic: biden
Source: Antenna
BBC News
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No need to wait until tomorrow morning to see what's in the papers - tune in for a lively and informed conversation about the next day's headlines.
Topics: darcy, london, daily telegraph, marguerite, uk, england, bbc news, myanmar, tony, south africa,...
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Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Topics: nhs, england, bbc news, professorjohn ashton, myanmar, biden, india, donald trump, trump, uk, aung...
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) delivered the State of the State Address in Albany, New York. The governor discussed New York's response to COVID-19. He said "COVID fatigue" is not an option and called on the federal government to provide more funding. He talked about the health, economic, and social inequities revealed by the coronavirus, and he called on all New Yorkers to get vaccinated. Gov. Cuomo began serving in January of 2011. His current term ends on January 1, 2023. DLs...
Topics: new york, washington, new yorkers, new york city, china, buffalo
Source: Comcast Cable
Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) held a news conference following the recent attack on the U.S. Capitol during certification of the Electoral College vote. At the start, Mayor Bowser announced several requests she made to the Trump administration involving Inauguration Day security. In addition, she said the inauguration should be public but urged Americans not to come to Washington, DC, and to instead participate virtually. Mayor Bowser also provided an update on coronavirus response and...
Topics: columbia, trump, d.c., washington, house
Source: Comcast Cable
Viewer calls. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: washington, marjorie taylor greene, georgia
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A discussion on outreach to the Black community from the Conservative Political Action Conference. Sponsor: Conservative Political Action Conference
Topics: cpac, carlton, andrew breitbart, angela, blackman, brown
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District of Columbia National Guard Commander Maj. Gen. William Walker appeared with national security officials before a joint Senate hearing on the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Maj. Gen. Walker told lawmakers about the "unusual" requirements the Pentagon had put in place prior to January 6 on the National Guard's ability to deploy a quick reaction force to support Capitol police. He also described receiving a "frantic" phone call from then-Capitol Police Chief...
Topics: fbi, d.c., columbia, washington, klobuchar, columbia national, paul, ryan mccarthy, columbia, wray,...
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Historian H.W. Brands talked about humor in the White House -- and the role it plays in presidential politics. From George Washington to Donald Trump, he considered how funny our chief executives have been -- or not -- and whether they have used humor to their advantage. The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation, and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum co-hosted this event. Sponsor: Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies
Topics: The Presidency Humor in the White House, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
"The Atlantic Community" is a series of twenty-minute films produced between 1954 and 1956 and financed by the U.S. government. The series was designed to familiarize the NATO member countries with the culture, history, industries, tourist attractions, and military contributions of their NATO partners and was distributed in many different languages for television and cinema audiences. This episode features Canada. Sponsor: NATO
Topics: Reel America "The Atlantic Community - Introducing Canada" - 1956, Television Program
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The American Bar Association hosted a virtual discussion on the 2020 election. A panel of election experts discussed several topics, including the early voting and mail-in-ballots, how the pandemic impacted the election, whether recounts are necessary, and accessibility and equity in voting, particularly in rural areas and Native American reservations. Sponsor: American Bar Association
Topics: california, nancy, chuck, georgia, jaclyn, michigan, colorado, minnesota, pennsylvania
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Houston Chronicle columnist Joe Holley recalled the 2017 mass shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. This virtual program was part of the 2020 Texas Book Festival. Sponsor: Texas Book Festival
Topics: Joe Holley, "Sutherland Springs", Television Program
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In 2013, Congress created the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission. One of its directives was to establish a national World War I memorial in Washington, D.C. Next, Edwin Fountain, the commission's former vice chair, looked back at the history of World War I commemoration in the U.S. and detailed the years-long quest to create the D.C. memorial. He's joined in the conversation by Matthew Naylor, who heads the National World War I Museum & Memorial in Kansas City, home to the nation's...
Topics: Commemorating World War I in America, Television Program
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Gettysburg College Civil War Institute hosted a online discussion with Oklahoma State University history professor Jennifer Murray. She is currently writing a book on Union General George Meade and talked about his wartime career, particularly his experience at Gettysburg. Gettysburg College Civil War Institute provided the video. Sponsor: Gettysburg College | Civil War Institute
Topics: The Civil War Union General George Meade, Television Program
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Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte (R) delivered his first inaugural address and outlined some of his policy priorities. Topics he touched on included the coronavirus pandemic, fiscal responsibility and the economy. Sponsor: State Capitol
Topics: montana, washington, fidelity, kristin
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The HistoryMakers is the largest collection of videotaped oral history interviews with African Americans. To commemorate its 20th anniversary, founder and president Julieanna Richardson described the organization's history and its impact today. She was interviewed by author and Fox News political analyst Juan Williams. The HistoryMakers provided the video for this program. Sponsor: HistoryMakers
Topics: The HistoryMakers 20th Anniversary, Television Program
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On CNN's "State of the Union," Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) discussed options for censure or prosecution of President Trump. Sponsor: CNN | "State of the Union"
Topics: Sen. Joe Manchin D-WV, Television Program
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Members of the Marian Cheek Jackson Center discussed Chapel Hill's Civil Rights history, including the Chapel Hill Nine sit-in on February 28, 1960. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: Marion Cheek Jackson Center, Television Program
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Smithsonian Institution Secretary Lonnie Bunch and philanthropist David Rubenstein explore the central role of slavery and race in Washington, DC from its founding to the civil rights era. A particular focus is how presidents interacted and dealt with the institution of slavery. The White House Historical Association hosted this event in recognition of their new initiative, "Slavery in the President's Neighborhood." Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: Slavery in Washington, DC, Television Program
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The BBC's Godfrey Hodgson sat down with President Ronald Reagan in the spring of 1988 -- late in his second term. In this wide-ranging Oval Office conversation, the president talked about his work to restore the economy after he first came to office, his vision for U.S.-Soviet relations and arms control, the Iran-Contra controversy, his belief that he'd helped Americans regain faith in their country, and the assassination attempt that left him seriously wounded. The Ronald Reagan Presidential...
Topics: The Presidency Ronald Reagan BBC Interview, Television Program
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Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
Topics: Public Affairs Events, Television Program
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Washington Post features reporter Helena Andrews-Dye and Elle senior staff writer R. Eric Thomas looked at the life and career of Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA). This virtual program was sponsored by Loyalty Bookstore in Silver Spring, Maryland. Sponsor: Loyalty Bookstore
Topics: Helena Andrews-Dyer & R. Eric Thomas, "Reclaiming Her Time", Television Program
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The Legendary Ladies, a historical interpretation group, portrayed notable women from Western history including sharpshooter Annie Oakley and labor activist Mother Jones. The Golden History Museum of Golden, Colorado hosted the event and provided the video. Sponsor: Golden History Museum
Topics: Notable Western Women, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Harvard University history Professor Vincent Brown chronicled the 18th century slave revolt that took place in Jamaica, known as 'Tacky's Revolt.' Sponsor: Museum of the American Revolution
Topics: jamaica, atlantic, britain, north america, caribbean, pennsylvania, vince, europe, africa, london,...
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Science writer Nathalia Holt gave an illustrated talk about women mathematicians and engineers known as "human computers" who were recruited in the 1940s and 1950s to work at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The lab later became part of NASA, and many of the women did crucial work in the space program for decades. Nathalia Holt is the author of "Rise of the Rocket Girls: The Women Who Propelled Us, from Missiles to the Moon to Mars." This talk was part...
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Before delivering remarks to promote the country's COVID-19 vaccination efforts, President Biden visited a mobile vaccination unit in Raleigh, North Carolina. He met with front line workers, volunteers, and several people recently vaccinated. Sponsor: White House
Topics: biden, mediacom, joey
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members on a range of domestic and foreign issues from the House of Commons. The prime minster and Labour Party leader Keir Starmer went back and forth over the government's handling of rape convictions and prosecutions. Other questions during the session focused on Amazon's business practices, the Delta variant strain spreading in the region and inflated housing prices impacting the market. Prime Minister Johnson also acknowledged the...
Topics: mr. speaker, u.k., cornwall, scotland, washington, europe, australia, starmer, e.u.
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Smithsonian curator Eleanor Jones Harvey led us on a tour of the exhibit "Alexander von Humboldt and the United States: Art, Nature, and Culture" at the American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. She describes how the 19th century German author & naturalist influenced several generations of Americans, from Thomas Jefferson to abolitionists, inventors, scientists, explorers, and artists. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: American Artifacts Alexander von Humboldt & the United States Exhibit, Television Program
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Panelists from Harvard University, the American Enterprise Institute and the Los Angeles County Office of Education discussed how U.S. history should be taught in schools. The Commonwealth Club of California hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
Topics: Future of American History Education, Television Program
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Jonathan Pliska talked about the White House grounds and gardens in this program from a day-long symposium hosted by the White House Historical Association in Washington, D.C. He's the author of "A Garden for the President: A History of the White House Grounds." Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: The Presidency White House Grounds, Television Program
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National Firearms Museum director Jim Supica and senior curator Phil Schreier talked about the museum's collection of handguns, rifles, and other firearms, and explained the role these weapons have played in the settlement, expansion and preservation of the United States. The National Firearms Museum is owned and operated by the National Rifle Association. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV,National Firearms Museum
Topics: American Artifacts National Firearms Museum, Television Program
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Award Winning Coverage of San Francisco Government.
Topics: SFUSD Return to School Webinar, Television Program
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Kenneth Daigler talked about his book, "Spies, Patriots, and Traitors: American Intelligence in the Revolutionary War," in which he looks at U.S. intelligence during the Revolutionary War and its role in defeating the British. Mr. Daigler spoke at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. Sponsor: International Spy Museum
Topics: History Bookshelf Kenneth Daigler, "Spies, Patriots, and Traitors", Television Program
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A House appropriations subcommittee held a hearing on childcare during the coronavirus pandemic. Childcare analysts, administrators and providers addressed a variety of issues currently facing the industry and some called on funding subsidies similar to those given to the airline industry and large corporations earlier in the pandemic. Witnesses spoke about a variety of issues including daycare deserts, and a lack of financial support for workers in the childcare industry. Some pointed to the...
Topics: illinois, georgia, hawley, brown, cole, stevens, melissa, holly, connecticut, catherine stevens,...
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Rep. Beth Van Duyne (R-TX) discussed covid relief, immigration, and other congressional news of the day. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: texas, biden, washington, missouri, richard
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Topics: east germany, foreign office, austin harrison, b.b.c., west germany, bonn, london, sean, christ,...
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On NBC's "Meet The Press," Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) talked about the possibility of bipartisanship on gun control legislation. Sponsor: NBC | "Meet the Press"
Topics: toomey, chuck
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Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus leaders Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA) and Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA) spoke about the rise in anti-Asian racisim during the pandemic with the Washington Post. Other topics included legislation to combat anti-Asian violence, actions by President Biden to curb discrimination and hate against the AAPI community and public education and outreach. Sponsor: [Washington Post] | Live
Topics: jonathan, takano, washington, biden, atlanta, judy chu, iowa, derek chauvin, george floyd, jonathan...
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Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad, former US Ambassador to the U.N., testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on U.S. policy in Afghanistan. Sponsor: Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Topics: afghanistan, taliban, pakistan, china, al qaeda, kabul, biden, u.n., nato, cardin, united nations,...
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President George H.W. Bush delivered his State of the Union Address. President Bush tried to reassure Americans that the U.S. would win the war in the Persian Gulf and overcome domestic economic problems. On the domestic front, he promised to put the recession "behind us" and resume "the largest peacetime economic expansion in history." Sponsor: U.S. Senate,White House,U.S. House of Representatives
Topics: The Presidency 1991 State of the Union Address, Television Program
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A group of scholars discussed how the Civil War press depicted soldier experiences, exploring how information was transmitted and the scope of reporting. They talked about soldiers writing to editors of their hometown newspapers, the role of abolitionist papers, the lack of material on Mexican-American combatants and how the wartime press portrayed women. This session was part an annual symposium on the 19th century press and the Civil War hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga....
Topics: The Civil War Depicting Soldier Experiences in the Civil War Press, Television Program
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Ray Suarez talked about his book, Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy That Shaped a Nation, in which he discusses the history of Latinos in America going back 500 years. The book is a companion volume to a PBS documentary series. Mr. Suarez spoke at an event hosted by the Council of the Americas. Sponsor: Council of the Americas
Topics: History Bookshelf Ray Suarez, "Latino Americans", Television Program
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Former Secretary of State James Baker talks about leadership and his career with attorney and historian Talmage Boston. Mr. Baker served as secretary of state for President George H.W. Bush, and as Ronald Reagan's White House chief of staff and Treasury secretary. Baylor University Law School hosted the conversation and provided the video. Sponsor: Baylor University | Law School
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Reno played a transformative role in the history of divorce in the United States. Nevada legislation shortened the time required to establish state residency making the city an ideal place for many to file for divorce. Reno Historian , Alicia Barber, shared the history and impact the divorce industry had on the city's cultural and economic development. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: nevada, reno, c-span
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This 1983 NASA film marks its 25th anniversary by documenting the space agency's achievements from the October 1, 1958 founding through several early Space Shuttle missions. The film begins with an account of the manned space program beginning with Mercury, and touches on many other aspects of NASA's work including exploration of the solar system, satellites, and aeronautics. The closing 20 minutes of this 50-minute documentary features the Space Shuttle program. Sponsor: NASA
Topics: Reel America The 25th Year" - 1983, Television Program
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In October 1859 -- just 18 months before the first shots of the Civil War -- militant abolitionist John Brown lead a raid on the U.S. arsenal at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, hoping to arm the area's slaves and start an insurrection. That same fall, Abraham Lincoln -- then a prospective presidential candidate -- made a speaking tour of Midwestern states in which he called for more measured, political solutions to the problem of slavery. H.W. Brands talked about his book, "The Zealot and the...
Topics: The Civil War John Brown and Abraham Lincoln, Television Program
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On CBS "Face The Nation," Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) discussed the United State's role in the Israel-Palestine conflict. Sponsor: CBS | "Face the Nation"
Topics: Sen. Bernie Sanders I-VT, Television Program
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Topics: kron, san jose, san francisco, jack, tovar, oakland, fresno, jonathan, david tovar, fema, mary...
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Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN) shared her reading list with Book TV. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: minnesota, alzheimer, mexico, new york
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Gov. Asa Hutchinson delivered the State of the State Address in Little Rock. He called for those who assaulted the Capitol "to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law," and later discussed his state's response to the coronavirus pandemic and the need to invest in testing and contact tracing. Sponsor: State Capitol
Topics: arkansas, ibm, atlantic
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The National History Center hosted a discussion on gun rights and regulations. Speaking from the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. were historian Saul Cornell and law professor Darrell Miller. They delved into the drafting of the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment and how it's been interpreted ever since. Sponsor: National History Center
Topics: U.S. Gun Rights & Regulations, Television Program
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The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia hosted a discussion on Congress, political parties and polarization from the time of America's founding through the Civil War to today. Speakers included historians Edward Ayers and Joanne Freeman and political scientist Norman Ornstein. This event took place online due to the coronavirus pandemic and the National Constitution Center provided the video. Sponsor: National Constitution Center
Topics: Congress, Political Parties & Polarization, Television Program
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Presenting live, breaking news from around the bay with microclimate forecasts.
Topics: bay area, california, san francisco, fox, newsome, fox news, santa clara county, cody, white house,...
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KPIX (CBS)
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Complete Bay Area coverage including stories you will only see on KPIX 5 news.
Topics: lafayette, raiders, trump, simon, kaiser, daniel luna, san jose, georgia, harris, los angeles,...
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President Biden met with House Democratic leaders and chairs of committees to discuss his economic proposal. The president briefly commented on January's jobs report saying, "at that rate it's going to take 10 years before we get to full employment." He went on to stress the urgency of passing his COVID-19 relief package. Sponsor: White House
Topics: biden, white house
Source: Comcast Cable
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and House Democratic leaders held a press conference on the American Rescue Plan. While urging the passage to help Americans impacted by the pandemic, the speaker said "it's a great day for us" when we take a vote "to reduce the spread of this virus." Sponsor: U.S. Capitol
Topics: pelosi, yarmuth, biden, mr. clyburn, clyburn
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Julia Sweig looked at the life of Lady Bird Johnson using the former First Lady's extensive diaries and audio recordings. This was a virtual event hosted by the New York Historical Society. Sponsor: New York Historical Society
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In the fall of 1841, the slave ship "Creole" left Richmond, Virginia en route to New Orleans with just over 130 slaves on-board. When it arrived, the ship's captain was gone as well as most of the slaves. Jeffrey Kerr-Ritchie told the story of the "Creole" revolt and the insight it gives into the domestic U.S. slave trade. He is the author of "Rebellious Passage: The Creole Revolt and America's Coastal Slave Trade." The Virginia Museum of History and Culture hosted...
Topics: washington, new orleans, atlantic, london, virginia, bahamas, nasa, caribbean, louisiana, brazil,...
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Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey and other former Justice Department officials from the Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump administrations discussed federalism and separation of powers at an event hosted by the Federalist Society. Sponsor: Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies
Topics: white house, obama, clinton, jamie, michael casey, doj, trump, ag, steve
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President Biden spoke about renewed efforts to reach his goal of having 70% of Americans vaccinated by July 4th. The president spoke about a vaccination push through the month of June that will include increased access to vaccination sites, free childcare and transportation to get vaccinated, a paid time off tax credit to reimburse people for time off of work, and incentives and giveaways for those who have been vaccinated. The president said, "the more people we get vaccinated, the more...
Topics: mike pence, washington, biden, vaccinated, nascar, white house
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A show about money from people who work in money with anchor Maria Bartiromo.
Topics: maria, arkansas, biden, keystone, bitcoin, maria bartiromo, keystone pipeline, a.g. leslie...
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Senate Minority Whip Thune spoke about the Biden Administration's agenda; he was followed by Florida Republican Rick Scott, who discussed coronavirus response and pandemic relief, and announced he wouldn't support Janet Yellen's confirmation as Treasury Secretary. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: biden, florida, new york, california, macon, washington, cuomo, ms. yellen
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[LIVE] Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and others talk about the role of autonomous and electric vehicles with Axios. Sponsor: Axios
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[LIVE] Senators are expected to continue work on S. 914, the Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act, authorizing $35 billion for drinking water and wastewater treatment infrastructure projects. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
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Historian Margaret MacMillan looked at how military conflict has impacted our lives. This was a virtual event hosted by the New York Historical Society. Sponsor: New York Historical Society
Topics: germany, canada, paris, afghanistan, europe, ireland, vietnam, france, versailles, new york
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The Wilson Center's Cynthia Arnson discussed the migrant surge from Northern Triangle countries and how the Biden Administration is dealing with it. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
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Ben Mutschler discussed his book, "The Province of Affliction: Illness & the Making of Early New England." His focus is on how families and various arms of the government adapted and responded in the face of illness and contagious diseases. He is a history professor at Oregon State University's School of History, Philosophy & Religion. The American Antiquarian Society hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: American Antiquarian Society
Topics: Illness in Colonial New England, Television Program
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The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia hosted a discussion on Congress, political parties and polarization from the time of America's founding through the Civil War to today. Speakers included historians Edward Ayers and Joanne Freeman and political scientist Norman Ornstein. This event took place online due to the coronavirus pandemic and the National Constitution Center provided the video. Sponsor: National Constitution Center
Topics: Congress, Political Parties & Polarization, Television Program
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Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum director Dawn Hammatt took us on a virtual tour of the facility in Abilene, Kansas. The museum showcases the legacy of the nation's 34th president. Ms. Hammatt also answered questions from viewers and National Archives Foundation executive director Patrick Madden. The foundation hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Eisenhower (Dwight) Presidential Library and Museum,National Archives Foundation
Topics: The Presidency Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum, Television Program
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San Francisco Unified School District provides every student with an equal opportunity to succeed by promoting intellectual growth, creativity, self-discipline, cultural and linguistic sensitivity, democratic responsibility, economic competence.
Topics: san francisco, california, lopez, s.f., atkinson, matthews, ucsf, etc., robert, mcevoy, mendez,...
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Stanford University professor Clayborne Carson talks about civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.'s upbringing and chronicles his early career as a reverend. Professor Carson's class took place at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta - where MLK and his father were both pastors. The class was part of a three-week seminar that included field trips to visit civil rights historic sites. Sponsor: Stanford University | Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
Topics: Lectures in History Martin Luther King Jr.'s Formative Years, Television Program
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The immediate post-World War I era was a period in U.S. history marked by violent labor strikes, mass anti-immigration rallies, race riots and a government crackdown on socialist and other leftist political organizations -- known as the first "Red Scare." Richard Faulkner of the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College explained what happened in the U.S. from 1917 to 1921 and explored the reasons why. The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City hosted this event...
Topics: Post-World War I Red Scare, Television Program
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French journalist Delphine Minoui reported on the efforts of a group of Syrians to build a library during that country's civil war. This was a virtual event hosted by the Boston Athenaeum and Harvard Book Store. Sponsor: Boston Athenaeum
Topics: Delphine Minoui, "The Book Collectors", Television Program
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Former White House Social Secretaries Jeremy Bernard and Lea Berman shared their thoughts on professional and public civility. Sponsor: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
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Filmmakers and former White House officials described their work on productions depicting the White House and the presidency. The discussion hosted by the White House Historical Association was recorded at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: The White House in Film & TV, Television Program
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