This reminds me that I need to go back into this tunnel soon and walk the entire length of it.
I don't understand the need for rich people to separate themselves from poor people.
This looks really interesting. The American Experience series on PBS has a documentary film called The Race Underground that details the race to build a subway system in Boston and NYC. The series is based on Doug Most's book The Race Underground. The video above is just part 1 of the documentary, but if you want to see the whole thing, you can do so for free on PBS' website.
I'm still very sad about the passing of Gwen Ifill. We needed her more than ever during this time and now we are left with this huge hole where her reporting, expertise, and integrity once stood ground. Yes, there are others carrying on her spirit in their journalistic reporting, but to lose such a powerful force in news all at once is just so devastating. As you can imagine, PBS NewsHour is going all out in remembering her work. Here are a few videos. I'm sure more will come as the week goes on.
This is really sad news. PBS NewsHour, a program I regularly watch on YouTube has lost one of its beloved co-anchors, Gwen Ifill.
Gwen Ifill was a really great news reporter that did her best to be as bi-partisan as possible. She often made friends and enemies on both sides of the political spectrum and often proved critics wrong with her work. She will be missed.
PBS NewsHour did some investigating into the Trump brand and found evidence that this election season has really hurt the Trump brand. But of course, when Eric Trump was asked, he saw it as a "net neutral" effect, essentially tossing aside all the negative things people have associated with the Trump name. The biggest sign pointing to the Trump name no longer holding its own is the fact that the new Trump hotel in Washington DC is actually called a Scion Hotel. What a joke man. This entire family is living in some reality distortion field.