CultureRockefeller Center’s incomparable Christmas events have filled the city with holiday magic. Watch the season’s traditions unfold in New York City, from the 1930’s to now.
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CultureA split-screen look at how protests have evolved in America, from the Ku Klux Klan to Unite the Right, and the suffragettes to the Women’s March.
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CultureThe high rate of female incarceration in Oklahoma spurred a group of New York City lawyers to launch a practice in Tulsa solely to represent women with children.
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PoliticsThe congressman speaks with Andy Borowitz about voter suppression, expanding democracy, and how the Democratic Party can turn the tide of authoritarianism.