Companion Web site to the weekly public affairs television series with the same name. Special features include a fully searchable video database of the most recent shows with transcripts, a weekly Webcast featuring Gwen Ifill and a panel of top journalists, and a section for educators containing lesson plans designed for students to improve their media literacy and critical thinking skills. Links to student-written stories from college newspapers and other public affairs programs from across the country.
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