Saturday, June 8, 2013

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Economy Added 175,000 Jobs in May

In other news Friday, although 175,000 more jobs were created in May, unemployment rose to 7.6 percent. Also, a gunman fired at vehicles near a college in Santa Monica, Calif., killing one person and injuring several others. At the time of the shooting, President Barack Obama attended a fundraising event three miles way.

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Washington Week | Supreme Court on DNA Samples, Holder Not Leaving Yet

In the Webcast Extra, our panelists discuss the Supreme Courtâ?Ts decision on collecting DNA samples from suspects. Also, Eric Holder is in a precarious position and Obamaâ?Ts agenda for his meeting with Chinese president Xi. Martha Raddatz discusses Bradley Manning on trial for WikiLeaks.

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PBS NewsHour | Can Peace for Lebanon's Religious Sects Survive Syria's War?

Fragile relations between Lebanon's various religious sects have been strained by the continuing fallout of neighbor Syria's civil war and resentment of Syrian refugees. Margaret Warner concludes her series of reports from Lebanon with a closer look at the country's sectarian politics.

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PBS NewsHour | Obama Defends NSA's Surveillance of Phone, Web and Credit

President Barack Obama defended the NSA's secret mining of Americans' phone calls, web use and credit card transactions, saying intelligence officials use the information to find leads and prevent terrorism. The president reiterated the government is not listening in on calls or scrutinizing content. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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Washington Week | NSA Phone Surveillance and Obama's National Security Team

The Fallout from the NSA collecting phone records and Internet data. Also, Obama announced the appointment of Susan Rice as his new national security adviser and Samantha Power to succeed Rice at the United Nations. Plus, Congress tackles the growing problem of military sexual assaults. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz of ABC News, David Sanger of The New York Times; Pete Williams of NBC News.

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PBS NewsHour | Shields and Brooks on NSA Data, Christie's Election Maneuver

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's political news with Judy Woodruff, including the NSA's secret collection of phone, Internet and credit card data, foreign policy staff changes in the Obama administration and the special election to replace late Sen. Frank Lautenberg.

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PBS NewsHour | Mass Collection of Communication Data Prompts Privacy Debate

What are the origins of the NSA's surveillance programs, how do intelligence officials use the information and what questions may arise about the cost of privacy? Jeffrey Brown talks with two reporters who have been covering the story, The Wall Street Journal's Siobhan Gorman and Charlie Savage of The New York Times.

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Global Voices | Coming Soon to Global Voices: A Village Called Versailles

Tucked away on the eastern edge of New Orleans, a community of Vietnamese refugees has thrived for 30 years in a neighborhood they call Versailles. A Village Called Versailles recounts how the residents successfully fought against the opening of a toxic government-imposed landfill after Hurricane Katrina struck and subsequently transformed their neighborhood.

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Martha Bakes | Rolling Out Tart Shell

Martha demonstrates how to roll out a tart shell

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PBS NewsHour | Will You Work Forever?

At age 65, and without any prior experience, Babs Tatalias began her new career as a Kindergarten teacher. She re-entered the workforce after the stock market crash ended her brief retirement. Now 68, Tatalias has no plans to stop working.

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Flicks | Mark Ruffalo for "Now You See Me"

Mark Ruffalo talks with Patrick Stoner about the surprise box office hit, "Now You See Me".

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Martha Bakes | Pate Sucree

What most people know as simply â?otart doughâ? is called pâte sucrée, or â?osweet pastry,â? in professional kitchens. Martha shows how easy it is to create elegant desserts based on this classic crust. Viewers will learn how to make a traditional lemon mousse damask tart with candied lemon peel, plus a contemporary chocolate tart shell layered with homemade caramel and chocolate ganache

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Friday, June 7, 2013

Tavis Smiley | Writer-director Joss Whedon

The Oscar-nominated writer and series showrunner talks about his latest projects: the film "Much Ado About Nothing" and the upcoming series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

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PBS NewsHour | NSA Secretly Collected Millions of Phone Records

The National Security Agency has secretly collected data about millions of domestic and international calls by Verizon customers. Jeffrey Brown gets debate on the privacy and civil liberty concerns from Kate Martin of the Center for National Security Studies and former NSA official Col. Cedric Leighton.

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The War | Wartown

The chronic unemployment that had eaten at Mobile and every other American town for more than a decade during the Depression was over.

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The War | The War Comes Home to Luverne

Al McIntosh writes of personal losses the war brought to those in Luverne.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: IRS Apologizes for Excessive Conference Spending

In other news Thursday, a top IRS official apologized at a House hearing for a 2010 conference that cost more than $4 million. Also, Senate Democrats and Republicans blocked each other's proposals to keep student loan interest rates from doubling on July 1.

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The War | The Four Towns

An introduction to the four towns featured in THE WAR â?" Mobile, Alabama; Sacramento, California; Waterbury, Connecticut; and Luverne, Minnesota.

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PBS NewsHour | Syrian Government Casts Off Restraint in Pursuing Enemies

The Syrian civil war continues to spill over its neighboring border, with rocket attacks fired against a Hezbollah stronghold and at a town known as a haven for rebels. Ray Suarez talks to Margaret Warner, reporting from from Beirut, about the recapture of key Syrian town of Qusayr and sectarian tensions in Lebanon.

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PBS NewsHour | With 47 Million on Food Assistance, Congress Considers Cuts

The Senate will soon vote on the farm bill, which includes funding for food assistance programs that help roughly 47 million Americans. How would spending cuts impact needy families? Judy Woodruff hears debate from Chris Edwards of the Cato Institute and Lori Silverbush, co-director of the documentary "A Place at the Table."

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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, June 6, 2013

Tonight on the program, we take a look at the NSA's monitoring of Verizon phone records in claims of counterterrorism. Also: Syria's government casts off restraint of pursuing enemies beyond borders, Congress considers cuts to food assistance, Paul Krugman talks managing the financial crisis, and an author reflects on the long, deadly road to WWII victory.

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The War | Thats War

Young soldier Daniel Inouye comes face-to-face with the enemy.

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Global Voices | Coming Soon to Global Voices: Unmistaken Child

Lama Konchog was considered the greatest Tibetan mediator of the 20th century. When he died in 2001, Tenzin Zopa, his shy and gifted disciple for 21 years, is unexpectedly appointed to lead the search for the reincarnation of his late Master. The ensuing quest transforms Tenzin from a modest servant into a passionate spiritual leader, only to become a disciple again once the child is found.

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PBS NewsHour | Paul Krugman on Managing Financial Crisis

Should we have let foundering financial firms fail in 2008? Economics correspondent Paul Solman sits down with economist Paul Krugman to discuss the provocative bestseller "The Great Deformation" by David Stockman and the government's role in mediating economic meltdowns.

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The War | Rationing and Recycling

During the war everything seemed to be rationed or in short supply: gasoline and fuel oil and rubber; bobby pins and zippers and tin foil; shoes and whiskey and chewing gum; butter and coffee and nylons and tomato ketchup and sugar; canned goods and cigarettes and the matches needed to light them.

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Global Voices | Coming Soon to Global Voices: Blessed Is the Match

Narrated by Joan Allen, Blessed Is the Match is the first documentary feature about Hannah Senesh, the World War II-era poet and diarist who became a paratrooper, resistance fighter and modern-day Joan of Arc. Safe in Palestine in 1944, Hannah joined a mission to rescue Jews in her native Hungary. Hannah parachuted behind enemy lines, was captured, tortured, and ultimately executed by the Nazis.

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PBS NewsHour | Author Reflects on the Long, Deadly Road to WWII Victory

In honor of the 69th anniversary of D-Day, Ray Suarez talks to historian Rick Atkinson about his new book, "The Guns at Last Light," which chronicles the brutal fight for victory at the end of World War II.

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The War | Mobile Shipyards

On Tuesday morning, May 25, 1943, tensions explode at the Alabama Dry Dock shipyard.

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The War | Made into an enemy

In Sacramento, soon after Order 9066 was issued, hand-lettered signs went up all over town, saying â?oJaps must go.â?

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PBS NewsHour | Extended Interview: Audra McDonald

More of Jeffrey Brown's conversation with actress and singer Audra McDonald.

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The War | Knew Id Killed Men

Fighter pilot Quentin Aanenson recalls the first time he knew he'd "killed men."

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The War | Kinship

Marines Pete Arias and Bill Lansford land on Iwo Jima.

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PBS | Karen's Story - PBS Testimonial

A university instructor uses PBS programs to open her studentsâ?T minds to different concepts and transport them to new places and experiences.

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The War | Babe Ciarlo in Anzio

Serving on the front lines at Anzio beach, Babe Ciarlo never revealed his experiences in his letters home.

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PBS | David's Story - PBS Testimonial

A retired Marine and proud father reconnected to his country when deployed in Iraq thanks to PBSâ?T news programming.

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The War | African-Americans Troops Training

Despite the bravery of African Americans in all of Americaâ?Ts previous wars, despite the argument made by the NAACP and others that â?oa Jim Crow army cannot fight for a free world,â? the armed forces of the United States remained strictly segregated.

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Battle for the Elephants | Battle for the Elephants - Preview

Join National Geographic to uncover the criminal network behind ivoryâ?Ts supply and demand. 6/12/2013

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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Jubilee | Del McCoury & Bobby Osborne

Bluegrass legends Bobby Osborne and Del McCoury perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville.

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PBS Remixes | Mister Rogers Remixed: Sing Together (the B-Side)

Remix your own version! Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdAZ79AhcfY for more details.

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PBS NewsHour | Obama Names Susan Rice as Next National Security Adviser

President Barack Obama named Susan Rice, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and his long-time ally, to be the next national security adviser. Judy Woodruff takes a look at Rice's tenure at the UN, the political contention over her statements last fall about the Benghazi attack, and her likely successor, Samantha Power.

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PBS NewsHour | Will Obama's Foreign Policy Change With Susan Rice as NSA?

How will national security adviser designate Susan Rice and U.S. Ambassador to the UN nominee Samantha Power, known as advocates of humanitarian intervention, influence the president's foreign policy? Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations and Anne-Marie Slaughter of Princeton University join Judy Woodruff.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Soldier Pleads Guilty to Killing Afghan Civilians

In other news Wednesday, Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales pleaded guilty to killing 16 Afghan civilians last year. Bales recalled entering two villages at night and shooting his victims. Also, anti-government protesters in Turkey called for the ousting of police chiefs over their violent crackdown on demonstrations.

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PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Tonight on the program, we examine President Obama's selection of U.S. Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice as his next National Security Adviser. Also: A major victory for the Assad regime in Syria, escalation of the Syrian civil war in Lebanon, economic costs of immigration reform, a conversation with humorist Dave Barry, and honoring civil rights hero Medgar Evers.

PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, June 5, 2013
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Tavis Smiley | Former NBA coach Phil Jackson

The legendary NBA coach sparks controversy with his new text, "Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success."

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PBS NewsHour | Deadly Sectarian Violence Fanned by Syrian Conflict

In the past five weeks, three dozen people have been killed in Tripoli in the worst sectarian fighting Lebanon has seen in nearly a quarter-century. Margaret Warner reports from Tripoli on the deadly sectarian violence flaring between Sunni and Alawite fighters, and the influx of Syrian refugees into the city.

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PBS NewsHour | Economic Costs, Bonuses of Legalizing Undocumented Workers

How will legalizing undocumented workers in the United States impact the economy, productivity and the wealth and wages of all American workers? In a continuing series, Inside Immigration Reform, Ray Suarez gets debate from Robert Lynch of the Center for American Progress and the Heritage Foundation's Robert Rector.

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Carole King and James Taylor

Coming up on NHPTV - Carole King and James Taylor
Carole King and Sweet Baby James Taylor celebrate the 50th anniversary of LA's famed Troubadour nightclub. Saturday at 7:30 p.m. on NHPTV PRIME - Airing: 6/8/2013


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Carole King and Sweet Baby James Taylor celebrate the 50th anniversary of LA's famed Troubadour nightclub. Saturday at 7:30 p.m. on NHPTV PRIME - Airing: 6/8/2013


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PBS NewsHour | Honoring Civil Rights Hero Medgar Evers, Warrior for U.S.

Nearly half a century since his murder, civil rights activist Medgar Evers was honored in a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Gwen Ifill examines the life and legacy of Evers -- a World War II veteran and the NAACP's first field secretary in the South -- with Jerry Mitchell of The Clarion-Ledger newspaper.

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PBS NewsHour | NewsHour Science Reporter Talks about Science Rap Contest

Last week, NewsHour announced the finalists for the PBS NewsHour's GZA-inspired science rap contest. The entries were terrific and ranged from rocks and space and dinosaurs to cell division and cancer research. We were looking for while following the rules: metaphor, rhyme and 16 bars of verse, among them. NewsHour's Christina Bellantoni speaks to science reporter Jenny Marder about the contest.

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