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Capitol Hill Speeches.
George Washington Revolutionary War historian T.H. Breen depicts George Washington's trips across 13 states during the early part of his presidency, 1789-1791, with the goal of uniting the country.
Primary Politics Elaine Kamarck talks about her book.
The U.S. Navy Naval historian Craig Symonds gives a history of the U.S. Navy, from its inception during the Revolutionary War to its current operations; he speaks at an event hosted by Smithsonian Associates in Washington, D.C.
Mary McGrory John Norris recollects the life of Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Mary McGrory, who covered 12 presidential campaigns and wrote over 8,000 columns.
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Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Fast Forward ``Fast Forward.''
William F. Buckley Political scholars and commentators look at the New York City mayoral campaign of the late William F. Buckley, in recognition of the campaign's 50th anniversary.
Washington Journal Washington Journal: Tavis Smiley on The Covenant with Black America Tavis Smiley talks about his book.
The Death of Cancer ``The Death of Cancer.''
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War Is Beautiful David Shields discusses war-related photos from Afghanistan and Iraq that appeared on the front page of the New York Times, and what kind of message about the wars the paper was sending to its readers.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
James Billington Panel members talk about the life and career of the recently retired Librarian of Congress James Billington, who served from 1987-2015.
After Words Matt Lewis ``Too Dumb to Fail.''
City of Thorns Ben Rawlence, former researcher for Human Rights Watch, discusses life in Dadaab Refugee Camp in northern Kenya; the camp, the largest in the world, houses 350,000 refugees from Somalia.
City of Thorns Ben Rawlence, former researcher for Human Rights Watch, discusses life in Dadaab Refugee Camp in northern Kenya; the camp, the largest in the world, houses 350,000 refugees from Somalia.
Lactivism Courtney Jung discusses her book.
Book Discussion National security reporter for the New York Times Scott Shane talks about President Barack Obama's authorization of drone attacks and the death of U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki.
Primary Politics Elaine Kamarck talks about her book.
The Audacity of Hoop Alexander Wolff, senior writer at Sports Illustrated, examines the impact that basketball has had on the life of President Obama.
Cyberphobia Edward Lucas talks about his book.
Madison's Hand Mary Sarah Bilder, professor at Boston College Law School, looks at James Madison's notes on the 1787 Constitutional Convention; she speaks at the National Constitution Center's second annual Bill of Rights Day Book Festival in Philadelphia.
Lawless David Bernstein talks about his book.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
After Words Eddie Glaude Professor Eddie Glaude talks about the state of black America and the way for America to move forward in his book, ``Democracy in Black,'' he is interviewed by Marc Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League.
In Depth In Depth with Eric Burns Eric Burns talks about his books.
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Running From Office Jennifer Lawless discusses her book.
Geek Heresy Kentaro Toyama, co-founder of Microsoft Research India, claims that while it is widely accepted that we can find technological solutions to the world's most troubling social and economic problems, technology is never the main driver of progress.
James Billington Panel members talk about the life and career of the recently retired Librarian of Congress James Billington, who served from 1987-2015.
I Should Be Dead Bob Beckel gives remarks and mingles with guests at a book party for his book, ``I Should Be Dead: My Life Surviving Politics, TV, and Addiction.''
City of Thorns Ben Rawlence, former researcher for Human Rights Watch, discusses life in Dadaab Refugee Camp in northern Kenya; the camp, the largest in the world, houses 350,000 refugees from Somalia.
After Words Matt Lewis ``Too Dumb to Fail.''
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
The Death of Cancer ``The Death of Cancer.''
In Depth In Depth with Eric Burns Eric Burns talks about his books.
After Words Matt Lewis ``Too Dumb to Fail.''
American Nietzsche ``American Nietzsche.''
War Is Beautiful David Shields discusses war-related photos from Afghanistan and Iraq that appeared on the front page of the New York Times, and what kind of message about the wars the paper was sending to its readers.
These United States ``These United States.''
Book Matt Ridley examines whether the theory of evolution applies to human society, particularly in terms of morality, religion, technology, marriage, economy, education, and more.
The Communicators People who shape the digital future.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
U.S. Senate
The Communicators People who shape the digital future.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
U.S. Senate
Capitol Hill Speeches.
U.S. Senate
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
U.S. Senate The Senate assembles for a legislative session.
U.S. Senate The Senate assembles for a legislative session.
Capitol Hill Speeches.