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This U.S. Office of War Information newsreel tells the story of the August 25, 1944 liberation of Paris by Allied forces. Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
Topics: Reel America "The Paris Story" August 1944 United Newsreel, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Produced by the President's Committee on Government Contracts, this film dramatizes the racial tensions caused by the first hiring of a black secretary by a private company doing federal contract work. In 1953, President Eisenhower issued an executive order requiring equal employment opportunities for minorities in government contract work, and this film was widely distributed to encourage compliance with the anti-discrimination effort. Sponsor: President's Committee on Government Contracts
Topics: Reel America "The New Girl" - 1959, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) discussed the Republican Party's agenda with the National Press Club. Rep. Kinzinger talked about his party's efforts to oust Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her leadership position. He said members have become uncomfortable with her because she remained consistent in her view that the 2020 election was not stolen, and President Trump is responsible for the Capitol attack on January 6th. He also revealed he considered challenging House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's...
Topics: donald trump, emily, kinzinger, kevin mccarthy, cheney, liz cheney, trump, illinois, afghanistan,...
Source: Comcast Cable
This CIA report created for President Ronald Reagan provides a general background of the December 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the role of Islam in the country, and status of the fight against the Soviets. Sponsor: Central Intelligence Agency
Topics: Reel America "Afghanistan, The Gallant Struggle" - 1981, Television Program
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Researchers testified before a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on brain health. Witnesses discussed the growing body of research around various neurological diseases including autism, Alzheimer's and hydrocephalus. Also discussed was treatment disparities between developed and poor countries. Sponsor: House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations
Topics: alzheimer, africa, uganda, ucla, ethiopia
Source: Comcast Cable
Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty recounted the life of former First Lady Nancy Reagan. This was a virtual event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum. Sponsor: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: reagan, ronald reagan, nancy reagan, nancy, washington, george schultz, white house, nancy davis,...
Source: Comcast Cable
A panel of Historians answered audience questions about the Bible's influence on the American Founders. They also talked about the founders' views on religious liberty, as well as democracy and the nation as a republic. This discussion was a part of a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. Sponsor: Museum of the Bible
Topics: The Bible and the Founding of America, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
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Newsmax host and former Trump press secretary Sean Spicer discussed his new book on the Biden Administration. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: trump, sean spicer, white house, greta, joe biden, karen, washington, liz cheney, spicer,...
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An independent news program features international journalists, grassroots leaders, independent analysts, as well as ordinary people directly affected by world events and U.S. policy.
Topics: Democracy Now!, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
CSPAN3
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Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
Topics: Public Affairs Events, Television Program
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American University public affairs professor Daniel Dreisbach argues that the Bible's contributions on the American constitutional republic should have widespread acknowledgment in scholarly circles. He also talks about the Bible's influence on the American judicial system, including due process and separation of powers. This talk was a part of a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. Sponsor: Museum of the Bible
Topics: The Bible & the American Constitutional Republic, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution held a hearing on gun violence prevention and enforcing gun storage laws. The witnesses answered several questions on gun control and gun safety, including the use of gun safes, homeowner responsibility, keeping guns away from children, and whether gun laws should be left to the states to decide. Among those testifying included Kristin Song, whose son Ethan died after accidentally shooting himself with an improperly stored gun at a friend's...
Topics: ethan, connecticut, mr. williford, blumenthal, cruz, texas, nra, colorado, nssf, kristin, mike,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Three historians of religion discussed the influence the Bible and other Christian writings had on American political figures such as Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Martin Luther King Jr. The panel focuses on how these influences shaped the thoughts of the three leaders regarding religious freedom in the United States. The Museum of the Bible and the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion. Sponsor: Museum of the Bible
Topics: Biblical Influences on American Religious Freedom, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
At the end of his second term, President Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan said goodbye to staff in the East Room of the White House. Chief of staff Kenneth Duberstein, the first lady's press secretary Elaine Crispen, and director of the presidential comments and greetings office Joan DeCain also made remarks. Sponsor: White House
Topics: Reel America President Reagan Farewell Remarks to Staff - 1989, Television Program
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BBC News
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The Travel Show meets the tourism professionals facing an uncertain future more than a year into the global pandemic.
Topics: england, scotland, uk, zanzibar, wales, edinburgh, house of wonders, bbc news, northern ireland,...
Source: Antenna
BBC News
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Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Topics: uk, bbc news, england, mandana kalati, trump, donald trump, borisjohnson, nhs, india, wales,...
Source: Antenna
This film takes an inside look at the work of the Boston Draft Resistance Group and its efforts to stop young men from fighting in the Vietnam War. Members debate strategies, counsel draftees on their rights regarding conscientious objection, and appear at induction offices in last-minute attempts to persuade draftees to resist. This film is shown courtesy of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Sponsor: Boston Draft Resistance Group
Topics: vietnam, boston
Source: Comcast Cable
University of Mary Washington history professor emeritus William Crawley discussed the presidency of John F. Kennedy and the myths that surround him. This video is courtesy of the university and is from their "Great Lives" lecture series. Sponsor: University of Mary Washington
Topics: The Presidency John F. Kennedy - Legacy & Myths, Television Program
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Annette Dunlap and Taylor Stoermer talked about the life and influence of first lady Frances Cleveland. The youngest first lady, she was the only one to be married in the White House. Her popularity at a time of the burgeoning of celebrity journalism led to commercialization of her image and such interest in her children that changes were made in copyright law and presidential security. Sponsor: C-SPAN,White House Historical Association
Topics: First Ladies Influence & Image - Frances Cleveland, Television Program
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Author and Princeton University professor Eddie Glaude applied James Baldwin's writings on politics and race to navigate the current conversation on race in America. This virtual program was part of the Schomburg Center Literary Festival in New York City. Sponsor: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Topics: Eddie Glaude, "Begin Again", Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Legal experts and reporters recapped the Supreme Court's most high profile rulings of the term with the Heritage Foundation. They also analzyed the pros and cons of telephone oral argument. The court moved to this format due to the pandemic. Former U.S. Solicitor General Gregory Garre (George W. Bush admin., 2008-09) was among the panelists. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: california, alito, barrett, gorsuch, kavanaugh, josh, adam, arizona, breyer, philadelphia, naacp,...
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This National Park Service biography of the former slave & abolitionist is dramatized at several historic locations, including the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in Washington, D.C. Part of the National Archives collections, the film was directed by William Greaves, a prominent African American filmmaker and producer, who created a variety of fiction and nonfiction films from the 1960s through the 2000s. Along with depictions of Douglass at various ages, the film includes...
Topics: Reel America "Frederick Douglass - An American Life" - 1985, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
The Washington Post hosted a discussion on race in America and Black economic mobility. Speakers included White House Council of Economic Advisers Chair Cecilia Rouse and Ariel Investments Chair and Co-CEO John Rogers. Sponsor: [Washington Post] | Live
Topics: mr. capehart, rouse, washington, mr. rogers, tulsa, chicago, mr. rolley, white house, cecilia...
Source: Comcast Cable
Award Winning Coverage of San Francisco Government.
Topics: san francisco, chan, ronen, mandelman, our city, preston, california, d'antonio, angela, angela,...
Source: Comcast Cable
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) held a briefing to discuss the city's and federal agencies' security plans ahead of and on Inauguration Day. The heightened posture follows the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Sponsor: Washington, D.C. | Office of the Mayor
Topics: bowser, miller, washington, d.c., fbi, mpd, columbia, michael, our city, columbia, united states...
Source: Comcast Cable
John Avlon, Editor in Chief of The Daily Beast discusses his book: "Washington's Farewell: The Founding Father'sWarning to Future Generations." In a conversation with the National Constitution Center's scholar in residence, Michael Gerhardt, John Avlon argues that Washington warned future generations about the dangers of hyper-partisanship, excessive debt, and foreign wars. Sponsor: National Constitution Center
Topics: President Washington's Farewell Address, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Former Second Lady Lynne Cheney and former presidential adviser Karl Rove reflected on the George W. Bush administration. Sponsor: Rancho Mirage Writers Festival
Topics: History Bookshelf Lynne Cheney and Karl Rove on the Bush Administration, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members in the House of Commons. At the start, Labour Party Leader Keir Starmer questioned the prime minister about COVID-19 travel restrictions and new coronavirus variants. Other topics debated in the session included combating anti-Semitism, housing safety, trade policy and small business economy. This marked the first Question Time since the State Opening of British Parliament on May 11, 2021. Sponsor: British House of Commons
Topics: uk, london, israel, scotland
Source: Comcast Cable
The Reagan Institute hosted a virtual discussion on national defense policy with former Defense Secretaries Leon Panetta (2011-13) and Mark Esper (2019-20), and former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster (2017-18). Several topics were discussed, including China and great power competition, U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and the importance of the national defense budget. They also addressed the rise and threat of domestic terrorism, and how best to combat it, whether through law enforcement or...
Topics: china, roger, esper, mcmaster, panetta, sec, iran, reagan, afghanistan, biden, dod, mark esper,...
Source: Comcast Cable
In his first address to a joint session of Congress, President Bush outlined his budget and economic goals. He offered a plan that would provide a $1.6 trillion tax cut, pay off $2 trillion of the national debt over the next 10 years, and leave a portion of the projected surplus for emergency measures. He also talked about education policy, Social Security, and his philosophy of limited government. Sponsor: U.S. Senate,White House,U.S. House of Representatives
Topics: The Presidency President George W. Bush Economic Address to Congress, Television Program
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BBC News
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Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Topics: derek chauvin, minneapolis, bbc news, george floyd, floyd, matt hancock, new york, afghanistan,...
Source: Antenna
FOX Business
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Breaking down the news of the day after the markets close.
Topics: biden, china, trump, cpac, new york, cuomo, washington, house, los angeles, david, janice, david...
Source: Comcast Cable
Topics: california, larry, kron, newsom, stanford, costa mesa, gavin newsom, jeff, bruce cain, chris wolfe,...
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BBC News
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A lively, informed and in-depth conversation about the Sunday papers.
Topics: liz truss, vladimir putin, grant shapps, henry, scotland, uk, europe, england, northern ireland,...
Source: Antenna
[LIVE] Members will consider 8 bills including designating the Pulse nightclub site in Orlando, Florida as the National Pulse Memorial. Also, a bill to establish a five-year pilot program providing veterans with PTSD access to treatment using service dogs. Sponsor: U.S. House of Representatives
Topics: pro tempore, nebraska, mr. speaker, george, california, navy, wisconsin, don, georgia, israel,...
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LinkTV
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An independent news program features international journalists, grassroots leaders, independent analysts, as well as ordinary people directly affected by world events and U.S. policy.
Topics: afghanistan, south africa, zuma, amy goodman, taliban, jacob zuma, washington, biden, brown, bush,...
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Live feed from leading 24/7 international news and current affairs channel based in Paris, providing key information to understand ever-more complex global events through in-depth analysis and an international lens.
Topics: france, china, australia, europe, emmanuel macron, paris, u.k., angela merkel, italy, beijing,...
Source: Comcast Cable
Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Tech Law and Policy April Falcon Doss discussed how the government, private sector, and employers use digital data and offered her thoughts on how to manage privacy and data policy reforms. This was a virtual event hosted by the 2021 virtual Annapolis Book Festival. Sponsor: Annapolis Book Festival
Topics: google, amazon, russia, donald trump, europe, ancestry.com, parkinson, george w. bush
Source: Comcast Cable
On CNN's "State of the Union," Majority Whip Representative Jim Clyburn (D-SC) discussed the security breach at the U.S. Capitol. Sponsor: CNN | "State of the Union"
Topics: Majority Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn D-SC, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
The San Francisco Entertainment Commission regulates, promotes and enhances the field of entertainment in the city of San Francisco.
Topics: caminong, san francisco, joseph, dylan, weiland, perez, wang, savino, california, ben, james...
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Kaiser Health News Correspondent Rachana Pradhan discussed coronavirus vaccine supply chains. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: rachana pradhan, fda, johnson
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BBC News
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We relive some of The Travel Show's top winter adventures, including Ade Adepitan's overnight stay at Sweden's famous Ice Hotel.
Topics: nhs, england, north sea, europe, india, scotland, myanmar, astrazeneca, south africa, bbc news,...
Source: Antenna
Award Winning Coverage of San Francisco Government.
Topics: scott, bycer, san francisco, brackett, aye 's, oci, fieldman rolapp associates, california,...
Source: Comcast Cable
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The National World War II Museum hosted a panel discussion on Holocaust denial and the importance on continued education and scholarship of World War II history. This talk was part of the museum's international conference, and they provided the video. Sponsor: National World War II Museum
Topics: Teaching the Holocaust, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Former Colonial Williamsburg interpreters talked about bringing African American stories to life, and about how they felt compelled to tell their ancestors' stories appropriately. Panelists included American Civil War Museum CEO Christy Coleman and National Museum of African American History and Culture curator Rex Ellis.The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation hosted this event. Sponsor: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Topics: Interpreting Slavery at Colonial Williamsburg, Television Program
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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: biden, caroline, myanmar, times, england, uk, chee, scotland, south africa, sunday times, the...
Source: Antenna
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The Carolina Basketball Museum chronicles the history of UNC Basketball. Steve Kirshner, Director of Athletic Communications at the University of North Carolina, toured the museum and discussed the storied history of UNC's Basketball program, which dates back to 1910. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: Carolina Basketball Museum, Television Program
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KSTS (Telemundo)
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Las noticias locales del área de la Bahía de San Francisco; el tiempo, entretenimiento y deportes, así como las noticias nacionales, internacionales y de última hora.
Topics: Noticiero Telemundo 48, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer, the Economist's Editor in Chief Zanny Minton Beddoes, and former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder shared their perspectives on what to expect in 2021 at a virtual event hosted by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Sponsor: Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Topics: biden, china, eurasia, trump, germany, japan, canada
Source: Comcast Cable
Author Shirley Ann Higuchi talked about her book, "Setsuko's Secret: Heart Mountain and the Legacy of the Japanese American Incarceration." The book chronicles Ms. Higuchi's quest to uncover her mother's history and understand the trauma that shaped an entire generation - as well as her own life. Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming was one of 10 sites around the country where the U.S. military forcibly moved about 110,000 Japanese Americans during World War II. Author Shirley...
Topics: wyoming, california, michigan, shirley, roosevelt, hawaii, ann arbor, washington, setsuko, franklin...
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Epidemiologist Seema Yasmin offered her thoughts on the misinformation disseminated during the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual program was hosted by Mother Jones Magazine in San Francisco. Sponsor: [Mother Jones] Magazine
Topics: Dr. Seema Yasmin, "Viral BS", Television Program
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[LIVE] The Senate Armed Services Committee holds a confirmation hearing for Gen. Lloyd Austin (Ret.) to serve as Defense secretary. Sponsor: Senate Armed Services Committee
Topics: china, inhofe, austin, russia, mattis, taiwan, gillibrand, sullivan, afghanistan, pentagon, reed,...
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This President Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum film tells the life story of President Ford and features the events related to Watergate and the 1974 resignation of President Richard Nixon. Sponsor: Ford (Gerald R.) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: Reel America "A Time to Heal - Gerald Ford's America", Television Program
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The Police Commission sets policy for the Police Department and conducts disciplinary hearings on charges of police misconduct.
Topics: cohen, san francisco, elias, youngblood, henderson, scott, brookter, sfpd, mario woods, paul,...
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American History TV visited the Newseum in Washington, D.C. to tour their "Rise Up" exhibit looking back at the Stonewall riots, six days of protests considered to be the catalyst for the modern LGBTQ rights movement. Our guide was the exhibit's curator, Patty Rhule. The riots began on June 28, 1969, after police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City's Greenwich Village. Sponsor: Newseum
Topics: American Artifacts Stonewall & the LGBTQ Rights Movement, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Topics: san francisco, brian, california, fema, pantoja, jane natoli, roseann
Source: Comcast Cable
Award Winning Coverage of San Francisco Government.
Topics: SFMTA Board of Directors, Television Program
Source: Comcast Cable
Senator Chris Murphy said he agrees with Pres. Biden's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by September 11. The Connecticut Democrat said the war in Afghanistan is the longest in U.S. history. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: afghanistan, biden, taliban, al qaeda
Source: Comcast Cable
The White House COVID-19 team gave an update on response efforts, the latest data on positive cases and vaccine distribution and administration. They also announced a new $1 billion investment to help monitor future emerging public health threats and genomic sequencing on virus variants. Other topics discussed included vaccine confidence with the public, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine pause and U.S. efforts to help other countries get vaccinated. Sponsor: White House | COVID-19 Response
Topics: walensky, fauci, andy, biden, johnson, murphy, pfizer, murthy, caitlyn, johnson & johnson...
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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) held a briefing with Democratic committee chairs on the progress of the COVID-19 economic relief plan and the start of the second impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump. Sen. Schumer told reporters it was the Senate's "solemn responsibility" to hold the former president responsible and urged his Republican colleagues "to pay very real attention to the evidence here because it's very, very serious." Sponsor: U.S....
Topics: donald trump, washington, biden, schumer, epa, menendez, brown
Source: Comcast Cable
President Biden delivered remarks on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic as the U.S. reaches 200 million vaccinations this week. The president called on employers to provide paid leave for employees to get vaccinated and take time off if they experience side effects. He also announced the IRS will be providing reimbursements for employers who provide the paid time off. Sponsor: White House
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ward Winning Coverage of San Francisco Government.
Topics: SF Board of Education, Television Program
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British foreign correspondent Christina Lamb looked at the experiences of women during wartime and the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war. This virtual event was hosted by the Wilson Center. Sponsor: Wilson (Woodrow) International Center for Scholars
Topics: Christina Lamb, "Our Bodies, Their Battlefields", Television Program
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House of Representatives historian Matthew Wasniewski and Curator Farar Elliott presented artifacts and photographs related to and talked about the history of women in the U.S. House of Representatives, beginning with the election of Jeannette Rankin in 1917 and ending with the story of Margaret Chase Smith. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: American Artifacts History of Women in Congress Part 1, Television Program
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BBC News
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A comprehensive guide to all the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
Topics: england, northern ireland, scotland, gran turismo, animal crossing, oppo
Source: Antenna
Two Brookings Institution policy experts discussed the budget reconciliation process in Congress. Sponsor: Brookings Institution
Topics: molly, congressional, biden, molly, washington, wilson
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Idaho Gov. Brad Little (R) delivered his State of the State address in Boise, Idaho. The governor discussed the attack on the U.S. Capitol and denounced domestic terrorism and the actions of those involved. In addition, he talked about the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic. He thanked the people of Idaho, first responders and teachers. The governor also talked about telehealth, the need for increased broadband and internet connectivity, infrastructure investments and the state's...
Topics: idaho, janet yellen
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The directors of the Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy presidential libraries talked about the political relationships between members of the Roosevelt and Kennedy families -- in particular, the alliance between Eleanor Roosevelt and JFK. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library provided this video. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: The Presidency Roosevelts & Kennedys - Political Relationships, Television Program
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Topics: san jose, cassidy, kron, samuel cassidy, united states of america, fbi, bayside
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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
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President Biden touted a bipartisan Senate infrastructure deal and the other administration proposals during a visit to La Crosse, Wisconsin. Sponsor: White House
Topics: wisconsin, amtrak, biden, china, chicago, delaware, milwaukee, europe, la crosse, joey, scranton,...
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On October 19, 1864, General Philip Sheridan's timely arrival at the Cedar Creek battlefield helped turn a Union retreat into a resounding victory, effectively ending Confederate resistance in the Shenandoah Valley for the remainder of the Civil War. McCormick Civil War Institute director Jonathan Noyalas looked at what became known as "Sheridan's Ride" and explored its commemoration in art, literature and popular culture. Shenandoah University hosted this program and provided the...
Topics: sheridan, buchanan, philip sheridan, winchester, cedar creek, new york, horatio, cedar, murdoch,...
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Utah Gov. Spencer Cox (R) and other elected officials were sworn into office during an inauguration ceremony in Utah. Gov. Cox spoke about COVID-19, the state's economy and called for Utahans to unify. Sponsor: Utah | Office of the Governor
Topics: fidelity, henderson, utah, washington, peterson, herbert, william bradford
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Researchers testified before a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on brain health. Witnesses discussed the growing body of research around various neurological diseases including autism, Alzheimer's and hydrocephalus. Also discussed was treatment disparities between developed and poor countries. Sponsor: House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations
Topics: alzheimer, africa, uganda, ucla, ethiopia
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CSPAN
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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.
Topic: joe biden
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Interview with newly-elected Rep. Scott Fitzgerald (R-WI). Sponsor: C-SPAN
Topic: wisconsin
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[LIVE] The Senate continues debate on S.937, COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act, legislation that would assign a point person at the Justice Department to expedite the review of COVID-19-related hate crimes, targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: gary gensler, maryland, greenville
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Award Winning Coverage of San Francisco Government.
Topics: haney, san francisco, chair haney, safai, melgar, ronen, bla, walton, whitley, fema, emily gibbs,...
Source: Comcast Cable
President Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a bilateral meeting ahead of the G7 Summit in Cornwall, England. This was President Biden's first overseas trip since taking office. Sponsor: White House,G-7 Summit
Topics: biden, uk
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 films were designed to familiarize 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 West Germany before the Berlin Wall was constructed, when a flow of refugees from...
Topics: Reel America "The Atlantic Community, Introducing Germany" - 1955, Television Program
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KPIX (CBS)
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Evening news coverage.
Topics: california, meghan markle, john ramose, dublin
Source: Antenna
Acting FDA Commissioner Dr. Janet Woodcock testified on the president's 2022 budget request before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee. Dr. Woodcock responded to a variety of questions related to COVID-19, new drug research, the FDA's new drug approval process, and food labeling. Sponsor: Senate Appropriations Committee
Topics: fda, janet, woodcock, moran, janet woodcock, hoven, baldwin, johnson, alzheimer, usda, national...
Source: Comcast Cable
During World Wars I and II, African American troops were subjected to experimental medical treatments based on racial stereotypes. Khary Oronde Polk talked about his book, "Contagions of Empire," which examines the bias behind these treatments and the physical and mental toll they exacted on their recipients. The National World War I Museum & Memorial hosted this discussion and provided the video. Due to its subject matter, this program may not be suitable for children. Sponsor:...
Topics: Black Military Workers & Scientific Racism, Television Program
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In the 1830s, under President Andrew Jackson, the Cherokees were forcibly removed from their lands in the southeastern U.S. in what became known as the "Trail of Tears." Oklahoma University law professor Lindsay Robertson discussed the decisions issued by the U.S. Supreme Court in cases involving the Cherokee Nation -- especially the role of Chief Justice John Marshall. The Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Preservation Virginia and the University of Oklahoma Center for the...
Topics: Chief Justice John Marshall & the Cherokee Cases, Television Program
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Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: david hanson, gehrig, normandy
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CSPAN
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Cook Political Report editor Charlie Cook discussed his recent column in the National Journal on the new era of social and political volatility in American politics. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: texas, george w. bush, charlie cook, trump, biden, charlie, pennsylvania, dmv, samantha, texas
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Mary Jo Binker talked about and read excerpts from Eleanor Roosevelt's advice column written for more than 20 years for "Ladies' Home Journal" and "McCall's Magazine." Ms. Binker is editor of the book, "If You Ask Me: Essential Advice From Eleanor Roosevelt." The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: eleanor, eleanor roosevelt, white house, franklin, harry truman, reagan, united nations, mccall,...
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Elizabeth Varon and William Kurtz of the University of Virginia's Nau Center for Civil War History discussed their digital project "Black Virginians in Blue," which details the stories of African Americans from Albemarle County who joined the Union Army to fight for emancipation. The Nau Center hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: University of Virginia | Nau (John L.) Center for Civil War History
Topics: The Civil War Lives of Civil War African American Soldiers, Television Program
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During the White House COVID-19 Response Team briefing, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky outlined an update on travel guidelines. She said, "fully vaccinated people can resume travel at low risk to themselves," and that fully vaccinated people no longer need to be tested or quarantine before or after traveling domestically. Director Walensky added, "CDC is not recommending travel at this time due to the rising number of cases." National Institute...
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President Biden toured Ford's electric vehicle center in Dearborn, Michigan as part of the administration's effort to improve the nation's infrastructure. He stopped periodically on the tour to talk with Ford workers about their jobs and the electric vehicle components they are making. Sponsor: White House
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FBI Director Christopher Wray testified on the president's 2022 budget request for the agency before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Justice and Related Agencies. Director Wray raised concerns with lawmakers on the uptick in violence against law enforcement nationwide. He called the surge "troubling" and said about two officers are murdered per week. Other topics discussed included the January 6 Capitol attack, spike in violent crimes, gun background checks and agency...
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The Friends of the National World War II Memorial hosts an annual teachers conference where educators give presentations on World War II history and its impact. Florida high school teacher David Trail looked at the state of U.S. industry and society during World War II and explored whether the U.S. would be capable of such an effort today if faced with another global war. The Friends of the National World War II Memorial provided this video. Sponsor: Friends of the National World War II Memorial
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James Comey, a former FBI director, discussed the U.S. justice system at a virtual event hosted by the Washington Post. Sponsor: [Washington Post] | Live
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Michelle Krowl is a Civil War and Reconstruction specialist with the Library of Congress Manuscript Division. She talked about the library's collection and shared illustrated letters home from Union Army soldier-artist Charles Wellington Reed. She also showed samples from postwar left-handed penmanship contests for veterans whose right arms were amputated during the conflict. Ashley Whitehead Luskey conducted the interview for the Gettysburg College Civil War Institute, which provided this...
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[LIVE] IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig discusses the economy during COVID-19 with the Urban Institute. Sponsor: Urban Institute, The
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Formerly known as "ABC World News This Morning," this half-hour newscast from ABC News features live reports from Washington, headlines of the day, an ESPN sports package and "MoneyScope," a regular financial news segment. It serves as a companion to the "ABC World News Now" overnight newscast that precedes it on many stations.
Topics: johnson, texas, trump, new york, xiidra, biden, cdc, washington, woods, limbaugh, new york city,...
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The ABC 7 News Team presents Bay Area viewers with the latest news, traffic, weather, sports & more.
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The ABC 7 News Team presents Bay Area viewers with the latest news, traffic, weather, sports & more.
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The ABC 7 News Team presents Bay Area viewers with the latest news, traffic, weather, sports & more.
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