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Broadcast Hysteria A. Brad Schwartz discusses his book.
The Black Revolution ``The Black Revolution on Campus.''
Eric Burns on 1920 Eric Burns discusses his book, ``1920.''
Firefight Ginger Adams Otis, staff writer for the New York Daily News, discusses the 100-year struggle to integrate the New York City Fire Department; the FDNY has only 300 black firefighters out of a total of 11,000.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Shale Oil Production The Manhattan Institute holds a panel discussion on the shale oil industry; topics include technological developments in the industry, oil production capacity in the U.S., shale development overseas, and the impact of fossil fuels on the environment.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
After Words John Kasich John Kasich discusses his book.
Crisis Bobby Jindal discusses his book.
Government Bullies Rand Paul talks about his book.
Save America Rick Perry discusses his book.
After Words John Kasich John Kasich discusses his book.
Crisis Bobby Jindal discusses his book.
Government Bullies Rand Paul talks about his book.
Save America Rick Perry discusses his book.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Book Festival The 15th annual National Book Festival.
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Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
After Words Kathryn Edin Kathryn Edin discusses her book.
After Words A guest host and a non-fiction author pair up to discuss the author's writings.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Book Festival The 15th annual National Book Festival.
Blacklash Deneen Borelli talks about her book.
Book Discussion Bad Days in History The most disastrous event of each day.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
After Words Dan-el Padilla Peralta Author Dan-el Padilla Peralta.
In Depth Lynne Cheney American Enterprise Institute senior fellow and former second lady Lynne Cheney discusses her life and career and answer viewer calls and questions.
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American Mojo Peter Kiernan discusses his book.
Out of Sight Erik Loomis, professor of history at the University of Rhode Island, claims that the working conditions that existed in the U.S. in the early 20th century are the same conditions that currently exist in the countries that make our consumer goods.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Big Science Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Hiltzik remembers when scientific and technological endeavors became the purview of the federal government, and he profiles Ernest Lawrence, the creator of the cyclotron.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Why Not Jail? Rena Steinzor talks about her book.
We Could Not Fail Steven Moss, co-author of ``We Could Not Fail: The first African Americans in the Space Program,'' discusses the story of the 10 African-American space workers.
The Quiet Man John Sununu discusses his book.
After Words Kathryn Edin Kathryn Edin discusses her book.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Dollar Spy David Hoffman, contributing editor at the Washington Post, discusses Adolf Tolkachev, a Russian engineer who worked for the Soviet military and became a spy for the U.S.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
American Warlords Jonathan Jordan, an Atlanta-based attorney, discusses the roles played by Henry Stimson, Gen. George C. Marshall, Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, Adm. Ernest King, and Gen. Douglas MacArthur in the outcome of World War II.
In Depth Lynne Cheney American Enterprise Institute senior fellow and former second lady Lynne Cheney discusses her life and career and answer viewer calls and questions.
After Words Kathryn Edin Kathryn Edin discusses her book.
After Words A guest host and a non-fiction author pair up to discuss the author's writings.
Blacklash Deneen Borelli talks about her book.
Discussion on Stoned Dr. David Casarett talks about his book.
Book TV Non-fiction books and authors.
Storm NBC anchor Al Roker talks about the great Gulf hurricane of 1900, the deadliest natural disaster in American history; Mr. Roker gives accounts from survivors of the storm, and talks about the environmental factors that helped shape the hurricane.
The Last Campaign Anthony Clark discusses the politics behind the presidential libraries and the National Archives and Records Administration; Mr. Clark says that these taxpayer funded libraries don't serve the public and are largely used for political purposes.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Economics A panel discusses economics at the 17th annual Harlem Book Fair, featuring Dalton Conley, William Tabb and Vesla Weaver; the panel is moderated by Damon Phillips, professor of business strategy at Columbia University.
We Could Not Fail Steven Moss, co-author of ``We Could Not Fail: The first African Americans in the Space Program,'' discusses the story of the 10 African-American space workers.
Getting Real Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson shares her life and career in broadcasting; Ms. Carlson speaks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif.
Out of Sight Erik Loomis, professor of history at the University of Rhode Island, claims that the working conditions that existed in the U.S. in the early 20th century are the same conditions that currently exist in the countries that make our consumer goods.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Why Not Jail? Rena Steinzor talks about her book.
U.S. Senate
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Discussion on Stoned Dr. David Casarett talks about his book.
We Could Not Fail Steven Moss, co-author of ``We Could Not Fail: The first African Americans in the Space Program,'' discusses the story of the 10 African-American space workers.
Adios, America Ann Coulter claims that immigration is the greatest issue facing the United States today and contends that America's immigration policy is deeply flawed and that amnesty will lead to a greater influx of liberal voters.
U.S. Senate
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Arms and the Dudes Guy Lawson shares the story of Efraim Diveroli, a Miami based arms dealer who won numerous Pentagon contracts during the early years of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Queen Radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt give his opinion on Hillary Clinton's second presidential campaign and offers his thoughts on what a Clinton administration would look like.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
After Words Kathryn Edin Kathryn Edin discusses her book.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
Strategic Failure Historian Mark Moyar talks about U.S. military power during the Obama administration; he claims that President Obama's military decisions have led to international catastrophes in his second term and have put the U.S. at risk.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
American Mojo Peter Kiernan discusses his book.
Race and Politics A panel discusses race and politics from the 17th annual Harlem Book Fair featuring Sherrilyn Ifill, Deborah Thomas, Samuel Roberts, and Christopher Lebron; The panel is moderated by author Imani Perry.
Big Science Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Hiltzik remembers when scientific and technological endeavors became the purview of the federal government, and he profiles Ernest Lawrence, the creator of the cyclotron.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
The Queen Radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt give his opinion on Hillary Clinton's second presidential campaign and offers his thoughts on what a Clinton administration would look like.
Book Discussion One Righteous Man Arthur Browne discusses Samuel Battle.
In Depth Lynne Cheney American Enterprise Institute senior fellow and former second lady Lynne Cheney discusses her life and career and answer viewer calls and questions.
Capitol Hill Speeches.
U.S. Senate
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Nuclear Agreement The Senate returns from its summer recess to discuss a disapproval resolution of the Iran nuclear deal; a vote on the measure must take place by Sept. 17.
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Capitol Hill Speeches.
Capitol Hill Speeches.