Topic: Ku Klux Klan
A Christian Science perspective.
10/21/2011 09:30 am
This Sunday (8 to 10 p.m. EDT) Ken Burns turns his prodigious research efforts and illuminating camerawork loose on America's failed attempt to sober up.
09/28/2011 04:32 pm
Bankruptcy is staring one Alabama county in the face after corruption and backroom deals put the county more then $4 billion in debt.
07/29/2011 12:51 am
Freedom Riders celebrated: PBS is airing a new film called 'Freedom Riders' and students are retracing the Freedom Rides on this 50th anniversary of a turning point in the US civil rights movement.
05/05/2011 09:27 am
American Muslims say they hope that the death of Osama bin Laden will 'lower the temperature' and end the association of Islam with terrorism.
05/02/2011 04:22 pm
Donald Trump faces a backlash from those who see the “birther” movement as a new form of racism, which a new study seems to confirm. Trump has problems with conservatives too.
04/30/2011 11:13 am
This is the story of Malcolm X – a man who was in turns hustler, criminal, convict, convert, and finally, a martyr for his cause.
04/26/2011 07:05 am
Haley Barbour was seen as a top Republican candidate for president in 2012, but he said Monday he will not seek the nomination.
04/25/2011 06:54 pm
The grand American tradition of disregard for the law – especially rural lawlessness – still thrives. This antigovernment flouting of the law may seem harmless, but it is corrosive and destructive, dismantling society rivet by rivet.
04/11/2011 11:07 am
With Yemen in upheaval, US pundits have peddled inflated fears about the threat it poses. While it’s easy to identify risk factors, circumstances don’t spell the kind of chaos Americans most fear, nor do they validate US support for President Ali Abdullah Saleh. His unpopular government has little moral or logistical ground to stand on. After a violent government crackdown on protesters Friday, three key military leaders have defected to the opposition, in addition to numerous other diplomats and lawmakers. But this doesn’t necessarily spell a victory for democracy. Sheila Carapico, a professor of political science and international relations at The University of Richmond and American University in Cairo debunks six claims about the tumult in Yemen.
03/22/2011 04:33 pm