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  • House Continues Debate on Government Shutdown
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    House Session on Government Shutdown

    The House reconvenes to continue debate on government funding. Earlier in the day, House members came to the floor to talk about the need to extend government funding and the reasons why Congress…

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  • emWhy Wilson Mattersem
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    Why Wilson Matters

    Professor Tony Smith talked about his book Why Wilson Matters: The Origin of American Liberal Internationalism and Its Crisis Today, in which he offers his thoughts on the impact of President Woodrow Wilson on American…

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  • Touro Synagogue
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    Touro Synagogue

    The Touro Synagogue is the oldest synagogue in the country. Tour guide Karen Flippo talked about the building’s history which spans five centuries. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in…

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  • House Republicans Speak with Reporters
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    House Republican News Conference

    House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers held a news conference alongside other members to talk about the government shutdown. They called on Senate Democrats to do what’s…

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  • White House Officials Speak to Reporters About Government Shutdown Deliberations
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    White House Press Briefing on Government Shutdown

    White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney and Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short held a news conference to talk about how the Trump administration is managing the shutdown.

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  • Slavery at Presidential Plantations
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    Slavery at Presidential Plantations

    Historians and university leaders discussed free speech and academic freedom on college campuses, and the responsibility of administrators, faculty and students when sharing ideas. They…

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  • Interview with Kellie Mejdrich on Government Shutdown
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    Interview with Kellie Mejdrich on Government Shutdown

    Kellie Mejdrich from Capitol Hill discussed the House and Senate plans to vote to reopen the federal government.

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  • Naval War College in Newport
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    Naval War College in Newport

    Naval War College History professor David Kohnen talked about the origins of the school and how it’s helped build America’s navy. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2017…

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  • Interview with Jason Miller on Government Shutdown
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    Interview with Jason Miller on Government Shutdown

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  • Senators Schumer and McConnell Post Cloture Vote
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    Senators Schumer and McConnell Post Cloture Vote

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) spoke on the Senate floor, following a vote that blocked a temporary government funding bill…

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  • Eisenhower House
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    Eisenhower House

    In 1958 and 1960, President Eisenhower used the Fort Adams Commandants House as his "Summer White House". Tour Guide Michael Pine toured the home and director of Visitor Services Robert McCormack discussed…

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  • Senator McConnell Post Cloture Vote
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    Senator McConnell Post Cloture Vote

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) spoke on the Senate floor, following a vote that blocked a temporary government funding bill through February 16.

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  • White House Stakeout

    White House Stakeout

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  • Senator Chuck Schumer Holds Press Conference Amid Government Shutdown
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    Senator Schumer News Conference

    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) called on the president to lead and call leaders of both chambers to the White House to continue talks to end the government shutdown. His…

    712 views
  • emThe Jurisprudence of Policeem

    The Jurisprudence of Police

    Thomas Svogun talked about his book The Jurisprudence of Police, in which he examines the role law enforcement plays in the judicial process and how that role has evolved over time. C-SPAN’s Local…

  • emThe Long Road to Annapolisem

    The Long Road to Annapolis

    William Leeman talked about his book, The Long Road to Annapolis, about the development of the U.S. Naval Academy and the skepticism it received from the American public. Established in 1802, West Point was…

  • Redwood Library and Athenum Special Collections

    Redwood Library and Athenæum Special Collections

    Founded in 1747, the Redwood Library and Anthenæum is the oldest library still housed and operating in its original building. Special collections librarians featured some of the unique items in the…

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    American Mojo

    Peter Kiernan talked about his book American Mojo, in which he explains the beginnings of the middle class and why it is vital to the stability of the U.S. economy. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

  • Life and Legacy of Ida Lewis
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    Life and Legacy of Ida Lewis

    Ida Lewis was a famous lighthouse keeper at Newport Harbor. Documentarian and Johnson and Wales professor Marian Gagnon explained how Lewis saved lives and became a nationally known figure during her time…

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  • History of the Redwood Library and Athenum

    History of the Redwood Library and Athenæum

    Founded in 1747, the Redwood Library and Anthenæum is the oldest library still housed and operating in its original building. Executive Director Benedict Leca talked about the history of the library’s…

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