A new PBS series underscores the long, deadly shadow cast by xenophobia, antisemitism, and restrictive immigration laws.
A new PBS series by Ken Burns argues xenophobia, the Great Depression, incredulity toward the media, and State Department antisemitism combined to keep Jewish refugees out of America.
Forty years later, the libertarian Nobel laureate's PBS series is still winning hearts and minds.
William F. Buckley Jr.'s "Firing Line" returns to PBS to elevate political discourse about the important policy issues facing the nation.
The Vietnam War Is the Key to Understanding Today's America: Q&A with Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick
Their 18-hour miniseries looks at one of the most divisive, painful, and poorly understood episodes in American history.
No, it's not just some corporate conspiracy.
You didn't think they were really going to defund public broadcasting and slash the EPA by 31 percent, did you?
Thaddeus Russell, Katherine Mangu-Ward, & Nick Gillespie talk Syria, Wilsonian foreign policy, and whether PBS Kids makes good soldiers.
Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Matt Welch talk Mad Men, Elon Musk, Venezuela, and the value of boozy dinners with male bosses.
Nicholas Kristof conflates the fate of federal subsidies with the fate of the humanities.
Even NPR-Loving Liberals Should Applaud Trump's Plan to Kill Federal Funding for Public Broadcasting
The media landscape has shifted in a way that's made government subsidies less necessary than ever.
Funding for Public Broadcasting Is Just 0.01 Percent of the Federal Budget. It Should Still Be Eliminated.
Spending $445 million to save-not Big Bird-but the jobs of the people who work in the industry.