newshour"Clear and vivid memory of every minute." 50 years ago, Jim Lehrer was a newspaper reporter covering President John F. Kennedy's arrival in Dallas the day he was assassinated. Here, Lehrer reflects on the impact the day's events had on him.
Watch the full conversation Thursday, 11/21 on NewsHour.2w
tmp35 I have always loved listening to Jim Lehrer.
newshour"The air was filled with the most incredible screaming." 50 years ago, Robert MacNeil was reporting from Dallas when President John F. Kennedy was killed. In this clip, he recalls the scene after shots were fired.
Watch the full conversation Thursday, 11/21 on the PBS NewsHour.2w
newshourDorothy "Dot" Lewis, far left, was one of 1,830 Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASPs, during WWII. Her son shared his tribute to Dot with us. Read his and other tributes to veterans here: bit.ly/Vettrib #VeteransDay4w
newshourOur American Graduate team is headed to Detroit for their next piece. There, they'll look at "flipped classrooms"--when students watch lectures online at their own speed and do homework in the classroom with a teacher--and how they work. #insidenewshour#AmGrad#edu1mon
newshourWhere does poetry live in your world? Detroit literary arts program InsideOut posed that question to a group of young students. Now, we're asking you. Tell us in the comments or with your own Instagram video or photo where #poetrylives in your world.2mon
newshourVIDEO: #Malala talks about her response to the Taliban attacking her.
How has Malala inspired you? Tune in to watch the youngest Nobel Peace Prize nominee’s interview w/ NewsHour’s Margaret Warner. And head to pbs.newshour.org to see the full interview now.2mon