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    Extremist Propaganda and Social Media

    The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee held a hearing to talk about terrorist and extremist activity on social media platforms. Witnesses from Facebook, YouTube and Twitter discussed what each of their companies was doing to…

  • Defense Department Briefing

    The Pentagon disputed China’s claim that a Chinese spy balloon, moving east in U.S. airspace, is for weather research. Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder, a spokesperson for the Defense Department, said the U.S. is communicating with China and stressed to them the balloon is…

  • President Biden Remarks on Chinese Spy Balloon in Hagerstown

    President Biden confirmed that the Chinese spy balloon had been shot down once it was over water. He praised those involved saying, “they successfully took it down and I want to compliment our aviators that did it.” The decision to shoot it down…

  • Shanti Parikh on the College Board's New AP Course in African American Studies

    Shanti Parikh, a professor and chair of the Department of African American Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, discussed the new AP course in African American Studies and the teaching of Black history in the classroom.

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    After Words

    Saket Soni

    Author Saket Soni retells the story of how a group of men from India came to the U.S. as guest workers and became trapped in forced labor.

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  • In Depth

    Lance Morrow

    Author, essayist and journalist Lance Morrow joins Book TV to talk and take calls about American culture, politics, and history. Mr. Morrow’s many books include The Chief and the forthcoming The Noise of Typewriters: Remembering Journalism.…

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  • Fire and Flood

    Journalist Eugene Linden explores the last forty years of the climate change conversation, from scientific studies and public opinion to the reaction by corporations and the financial sector.

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  • Q&A

    Tracey Kidder

    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Tracy Kidder, author of “Rough Sleepers,” talks about Harvard educated doctor Jim O’Connell and his work with the homeless population of Boston over the past 40 years.

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  • State of the Union Address & Republican Response

    C-SPAN’s coverage of President Biden’s State of the Union address to Congress followed by the Republican response.

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