Saturday, March 3, 2012

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - March 2, 2012

On the Webcast Extra: What should we expect from the remaining four GOP presidential candidates on Super Tuesday? What could a win in Ohio signal for Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum? Plus, what would next week's primaries mean for Rep. Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich? Also, what it will take to unify Republicans for the general election.

Washington Week | Webcast Extra - March 2, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | The Tuskegee Brotherhood: Selden & Collins

Floyd Collins, 87, met a fellow Tuskegee Airman Wylie Selden, 89, at their Assisted Living Facility in Maryland; Collins discusses why he didn't end up going oversees to fight in the war.

PBS NewsHour | The Tuskegee Brotherhood: Selden & Collins
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PBS NewsHour | The Tuskegee Brotherhood: First Flight

Floyd Collins, 87, a Tuskegee Airman describes the first time he was told that he would learn how to fly.

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Independent Lens | Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai - A Women and Girls Lead Online Festival Selection

March is Women's History Month, and to celebrate we're bringing you 10 films as part of the Women and Girls Lead Online Film Festival. Watch Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai, the dramatic story of Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai, whose simple act of planting trees grew into a global movement.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Yemen Protesters Demand Military Be Restructured

In other news Friday, crowds turned out for protests in 18 of Yemen's 21 provinces calling for officers loyal to the country's ousted leader be purged from the armed forces. In Iran, voters cast ballots in a parliamentary election that's expected to reinforce the rule of Islamic hardliners.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Yemen Protesters Demand Military Be Restructured
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PBS NewsHour | Friday, March 2, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the deadly storms that spawned damaging tornadoes across the Midwest, leaving towns in ruin. Also: the Red Cross faces obstacles while providing aid in Syria, a conversation with the Turkish Ambassador to the United States, Russian elections and opposition to Vladimir Putin, and Shields and Brooks analyze the week's top political news.

PBS NewsHour | Friday, March 2, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Deadly Tornadoes Symptomatic of Strong 'Transition Season'

Two Indiana towns were heavily damaged Friday as another round of deadly tornadoes raked the Midwest. Jeffrey Brown discusses the violent weather with Maj. Chuck Adams of the Clark County Sheriff's Department in Southern Indiana and meteorologist Greg Carbin of the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center.

PBS NewsHour | Deadly Tornadoes Symptomatic of Strong
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PBS NewsHour | Despite Opposition, Putin Favored to Claim Presidency Again

Though term limits forced him to cede the post four years ago, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Friday said he's confident he'll once again be elected president in Sunday's vote and called massive protests by opposition groups "a good experience for Russia." Margaret Warner reports from Moscow.

PBS NewsHour | Despite Opposition, Putin Favored to Claim Presidency Again
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PBS NewsHour | Ambassador: Arming Syrian Rebels 'Easier Said Than Done'

Leaders of the opposition Syrian National Council met Friday with the Turkish foreign minister in Istanbul to call for opening a military bureau in Turkey to coordinate the resistance in Syria. Ray Suarez and Namik Tan, Turkey's ambassador to the United States, discuss Turkey's toughening stance against its longtime ally.

PBS NewsHour | Ambassador: Arming Syrian Rebels
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Washington Week | March 3, 2012

As we head into Super Tuesday, which GOP candidate has momentum and how will Tuesday's primaries change the race? Meanwhile, President Obama makes campaign-like speeches in Michigan and New York. Also, Senator Olympia Snow resigns, saying there is no longer bipartisanship in Congress. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; Gloria Borger, CNN; Charles Babington, Associated Press.

Washington Week | March 3, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | Homs Residents 'Planning Their Last Minutes' Amid Slaughter

Saying the city had been "cleansed," the Syrian government prohibited the Red Cross from delivering critical food and medical supplies Friday to the Baba Amr neighborhood of Homs. John Irvine of Independent Television News reports.

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PBS NewsHour | The Doubleheader: Limbaugh's Fluke Comments, 100 point game

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks weigh in on radio host Rush Limbaugh's comments about Georgetown student Sandra Fluke over her testimony to Congress last week to urge that insurers be required to cover contraceptives, and the 50th anniversary of NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game.

PBS NewsHour | The Doubleheader: Limbaugh
PBS NewsHour | The Doubleheader: Limbaugh's Fluke Comments, 100 point game

Washington Week | Voice of the Voters: Tennessee Youth

The GOP Presidential candidates have rallied against President Obamas health care reform law, but what does that mean to young voters who can now stay on their parents insurance because of the reform? Anna Paterson of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville reports ahead of Super Tuesday.

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Independent Lens | Bhutto - Preview

A portrait of one of the most fascinating and complex figures of our time, Bhutto is the epic tale of the life and tragic death of Benazir Bhutto, who broke the Islamic glass ceiling as the first woman leader of a Muslim country. 3/8/2012

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Need to Know | Fri., March 2, 2012

In an updated "Help Wanted" edition of Need to Know coinciding with the release of the nation's monthly unemployment report, correspondent John Larson reports from Ohio about whether recent economic gains have changed the fortunes of four people - with jobs - who suffered greatly during the great recession that began in 2008.

Need to Know | Fri., March 2, 2012
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PBS NewsHour | The Tuskegee Brotherhood: The Train Incident

After being commissioned from the Army, Floyd Collins, 87, a Tuskegee Airman remembers a jolting racial experience during his train ride home from Tuskegee, Ala. to Chicago, Ill.

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Friday, March 2, 2012

To The Contrary | March 2, 2012

In honor of Women's History Month, watch our specials from the past including pieces with Meryl Streep, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, former Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Dr. Dorothy Height and a look back at the first female pharaoh, Hatshepsut.

To The Contrary | March 2, 2012
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Need to Know | Ohio 360: Part 3

In an updated Help Wanted edition of Need to Know coinciding with the release of the nations monthly unemployment report correspondent John Larson reports from Ohio about whether recent economic gains have changed the fortunes of four people with jobs who suffered greatly during the Great Recession that began in 2008.

Need to Know | Ohio 360: Part 3
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Washington Week | Political Landscape: Ohio

Of the states holding primaries on Super Tuesday, among most closely watched is Ohio. Ohio has 66 of the 419 delegates awarded next week and has seen a slew of negative advertising by candidates and Super PACs. Rick Santorum is leading in the polls, but Mitt Romney has scored some key endorsements from local politicians. Karen Kasler of Ohio Public Television previews the primary.

Washington Week | Political Landscape: Ohio
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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Gay Rights in Uganda

"America has an agenda for homosexuals in Uganda," says Pastor Joseph Serwadda, and accepting gay rights as human rights and human rights as gay rights "is going to be very tough on Africa."

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Flicks | Andrew Stanton for "John Carter"

Andrew Stanton, best known for his highly successful Pixar animation features, talks with Patrick Stoner about directing his first live action film, "John Carter"

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PBS Specials | B-52s with the Wild Crowd! - Live | Love Shack

Filmed in the B-52s' hometown of Athens, Georgia, this concert delivers a sizzling performance that turned Athens' Classic Center into a dancehall!

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Chinese Jade & Porcelain Figures, ca. 1925

Watch Lark E. Mason's appraisal of Chinese jade & porcelain figures, ca. 1925, from Pittsburgh Hour 3.

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Tavis Smiley | Musician-actor Steven Van Zandt

The musician-actor and writer, exec producer and star of Lilyhammer shares how his series became the first original show on Netflix.

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Makers: Women Who Make America | Hilary Rodham Clinton

Hillary Clinton has by now spent two additional decades at the very heart of the national consciousness-as a sometimes-embattled First Lady, as a distinguished senator from New York, as a groundbreaking 2008 Presidential candidate, and now as the 67th Secretary of State.

Makers: Women Who Make America | Hilary Rodham Clinton
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Makers: Women Who Make America | Michelle Rhee

Michelle Rhee on her early teaching days, mission to improve public education, and controversial term as Public Schools Chancellor in DC. As Chancellor of Washington DC's schools, Rhee instituted merit pay for teachers, fought for art and music classes, and championed charter schools (look for Rhee in the acclaimed documentary Waiting for Superman).

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Makers: Women Who Make America | Linda Alvarado

Linda Alvarado began her career as a laborer for a groundskeeper in college, moved into construction management, and formed her own company, Alvarado Construction. Now, with more than 35 years of experience in the construction industry, she builds high-rises, hotels, sports arenas, convention centers and more as a commercial general contractor, construction manager, developer and property manager

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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, March 1, 2012

Tonight on the program, we examine the withdrawal of rebel forces in Syria and the claim by an activist that weapons are needed for the Syrian Free Army. Also: controversy over Google's new privacy policy, budgeting in a new high-speed rail system into California's future, Romney and Obama spar over gas prices, and talking politics with the Daily Download.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, March 1, 2012
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Makers: Women Who Make America | Ursula Burns

Ursula Burns on growing up poor, workplace discrimination, and becoming the first African-American woman to be CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Armed with engineering degrees from Columbia and NYU, she has rolled up her sleeves to reinvent the famed copier corporation for a post-copier age.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Democrats Defeat Reversal of Birth Control Policy

In other news Thursday, two U.S. soldiers were killed by Afghan attackers, raising the death toll of American troops to six in violence that began after Quran burnings at an American base. Also, Senate Democrats defeated a bid to reverse President Obama's policy on birth control coverage.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Democrats Defeat Reversal of Birth Control Policy
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PBS NewsHour | Will Brown's Vision for High-Speed Rail Stay on Track?

Gov. Jerry Brown wants California to build bullet trains. Correspondent Spencer Michels reports on whether a massive and costly high-speed rail project, now underway in a state flooded with budget cuts, will ever be completed or be worth its cost.

PBS NewsHour | Will Brown
PBS NewsHour | Will Brown's Vision for High-Speed Rail Stay on Track?

PBS Specials | The Story of the Costume Drama | Preview

A celebration of 50 years of small-screen historical drama, the genre that has brought bans in America and complaints from the Royal Family while creating massive stars in some of the most memorable and best- loved series ever broadcast on PBS, this special is wide-ranging, covering love and war, birth and death, the rich and the poor.

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PBS NewsHour | How Breitbart Influenced Conservative Social Media Efforts

For another discussion on how politicians use online tools, Jeffrey Brown is joined by journalists Lauren Ashburn and Howard Kurtz of the Daily Download. They reflect on the impact of conservative "warrior" Andrew Breitbart, who was found dead Thursday, and examine how event staging is affecting campaigns this year.

PBS NewsHour | How Breitbart Influenced Conservative Social Media Efforts
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Makers: Women Who Make America | Zainab Salbi

Zainab Salbi on surviving rape, and finding her calling helping women survivors of war. Women for Women International, her nonprofit, is a grassroots humanitarian and development organization helping women brutalized by rape and war. Iraqi emigré, Zainab Salbi and her husband Amjad Atallah gave up their 1993 honeymoon to found the organization and aid survivors of the Yugoslav Wars.

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PBS NewsHour | Super Tuesday: Which Candidates Will Show Strength in South?

On the campaign trail, GOP hopeful Mitt Romney targeted President Obama over surging gas prices while the president countered that Republican plans focused mainly on drilling. Kwame Holman reports. Then Ray Suarez discusses Super Tuesday with University of Georgia's Charles Bullock and Vanderbilt University's John Geer.

PBS NewsHour | Super Tuesday: Which Candidates Will Show Strength in South?
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PBS NewsHour | Google's New Privacy Policy: Invasive, Innovative or Both?

Google's sweeping new privacy policy took effect Thursday, stirring concern among many state attorneys general who have called it an invasion of privacy. The company said the move would allow it to personalize information for customers and streamline privacy measures. Jeffrey Brown and guests examine the new policy's effects.

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PBS NewsHour | Google's New Privacy Policy: Invasive, Innovative or Both?

PBS NewsHour | Syrian Rebels Pull Back From Besieged City of Homs

After enduring weeks of shelling, rebels fighting the Syrian military in the besieged city of Homs said they were pulling back Thursday, retreating from the heavily damaged Baba Amr district. Jonathoan Rugman of Independent Television New reports.

PBS NewsHour | Syrian Rebels Pull Back From Besieged City of Homs
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Tavis Smiley | Harvard law professor Lani Guinier

The Harvard law professor and noted author discusses the ongoing affirmative action debate as the U.S. Supreme Court agrees to reconsider the constitutionality of race-conscious college admissions.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: 18th-C. Chinese Enamel Plaque

In Pittsburgh Hour 3, Robert Waterhouse appraises an 18th-century Chinese enamel plaque. Watch the appraisal and find out how much it's worth!

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Refusal to Treat

Forty-six states have what are known as "conscience clauses" that allow health care workers the right to refuse to perform abortions. What concerns many women and men is that several states are now debating legislation that would expand these clauses to include not only abortion but emergency contraceptives as well.

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Tavis Smiley | Filmmaker Robin Fryday

The first-time filmmaker, whose debut film-the documentary-short The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights Movement-has garnered an Academy Award nod, shares the powerful story of her project's subject, James Armstrong.

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PBS Specials | Surviving Disaster with Amanda Ripley | Preview

See a rare glimpse into disasters as seen through the eyes of survivors, experts and scientists and learn what all people should know about preparedness and their own neurology to help them survive disasters of any kind.

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PBS NewsHour | Bein' Green: Easier than You Think

Given companies that are interested in becoming incorporated as a B Corp are already socially and environmentally minded, a good number of them work in various types of "green" spaces. To measure "greenness" in an office, there's the LEED system: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The U.S. Green Building Council awards points for water reduction, energy efficiency and the like.

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PBS NewsHour | Bein' Green: Easier than You Think

Washington Week | Political Landscape: Alaska

More than 400 delegates are up for grabs on Super Tuesday in ten primary elections and caucuses across the country including Alaska which has 27 delegates at stake. Whats the lay of the land in The Last Frontier, and how could the states unique makeup affect which candidate wins? Will former Governor Sarah Palin have an influence on the outcome? Daysha Eaton of Alaska Public Media reports.

Washington Week | Political Landscape: Alaska
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