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  • Inauguration of Richard Nixon CBS News Broadcast
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    Inauguration of Richard Nixon CBS News Broadcast

    This CBS News broadcast of the January 20, 1969, Richard Nixon inauguration includes the swearing-in ceremony and president’s inaugural address, a prayer by Reverend Billy Graham, several…

  • emThe Poison Squadem
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    The Poison Squad

    Deborah Blum, director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT, reported on the science behind and the development of food safety regulations in the United States.

  • Illinois Gubernatorial Inaugural Address
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    Illinois Gubernatorial Inaugural Address

    J.B. Pritzker (D) delivered his inaugural address after being sworn in as the 43rd governor of Illinois. He vowed to work with the state assembly to pass a balanced budget in 2019, and said…

  • World War I and the 1917 Selective Service Act
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    World War I and the 1917 Selective Service Act

    Christopher Capozzola, author of Uncle Sam Wants You: World War I and the Making of the Modern American Citizen, examines how the 1917 Selective Service Act affected men and women during…

  • Author Discussion on Democracy and Rural America
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    Author Discussion on Democracy and Rural America

    Professors Loka Ashwood and Katie Cahill examined the relationship between rural America and government.

  • Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn Opens Up Debate NoConfidence Vote
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    Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn Opens Up Debate No-Confidence Vote

    British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no-confidence vote in Parliament, one day after a historic defeat on her Brexit plan. Members voted 325-306 at the end of a day-long debate. Labour Party Leader…

  • Theresa May Clashes with Jeremy Corbyn Ahead of NoConfidence Vote
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    Question Time

    Prime Minister Theresa May fielded questions from members of the British House of Commons. It was the morning after her government saw its agreement to withdraw from the European Union…

  • Theresa May Faces NoConfidence Vote After Defeat on Brexit Deal
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    BBC Parliament's Brexit Vote Coverage

    British lawmakers voted to reject Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, 432-202, with over 100 members of her own Conservative Party voting against her. The historic vote was the largest…

  • Covert Diplomacy
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    Covert Diplomacy

    Richard Moss talked about how presidents have used covert means to conduct sensitive diplomacy. Mr. Moss is the author of Nixon’s Back Channel to Moscow: Confidential Diplomacy and…

  • After Words with Sebastian Gorka
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    After Words with Sebastian Gorka

    Former Trump administration strategist Sebastian Gorka offered his thoughts on how the U.S. can strengthen its national security. He was interviewed by Ambassador Paula Dobriansky, former…

  • Newsmakers with Tim Chapman
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    Newsmakers with Tim Chapman

    Tim Chapman talked about the partial government shutdown, President Trump’s push for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, and how his Heritage Action organization interacts with Congress.

  • emWhat We Talk About When We Talk About Rapeem
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    What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape

    Sohaila Abdulali, a survivor of rape, examined societal views on sexual assault and rape.

  • QA with Patricia Miller
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    Q&A with Patricia Miller

    Author and journalist Patricia Miller discussed her book, Bringing Down the Colonel, about a late 19th-century sex scandal that culminated in a lawsuit against a sitting Kentucky member of…

  • Oregon State of the State
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    Oregon State of the State

    Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) delivered her 2019 state of the state address at the state capital in Salem. She talked about recent accomplishments of the state’s executive branch and about…

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  • Quakers Guns and the British Industrial Revolution
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    Quakers, Guns and the British Industrial Revolution

    Stanford University history professor Priya Satia explored the complex relationship between the Quaker Community and gun makers during the British Industrial Revolution. She chronicled the…

  • Battle of Little Bighorn
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    Battle of Little Bighorn

    American History TV toured the National Museum of the American Indian “Americans” exhibit with curator Cecile Ganteaume. In the Battle of Little Bighorn gallery, she showed Lakota…

  • emThe War Before the Warem
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    The War Before the War

    Andrew Delbanco, American studies professor at Columbia University, recounted the political and moral divisions that separated the United States in the lead-up to the Civil War. He was…

  • Acting Attorney General Whitaker Delivers Remarks on Religious Freedom
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    Acting Attorney General Whitaker on Religious Freedom

    Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker delivered the keynote address at a Heritage Foundation event on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). The acting attorney general opened his remarks by…

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    Illegal Among Us

    Martine Kalaw recounted her journey to becoming a U.S. citizen.

  • Senator Mark Warner on Government Shutdown
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    Senator Mark Warner on Government Shutdown

    Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) spoke on the chamber floor about the partial government shutdown over President Trump’s demand for funding for a U.S.-Mexico wall. The shutdown was in its 29th day, the…

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