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American Masters: 50 Years of Aretha Franklin's 'Respect'
Celebrating 50 years of Aretha Franklin's 'Respect.'
In Performance At The Whitehouse: Aretha Franklin
The "Undisputed Queen of Soul" sings a Classic hymn.
Should we make voting mandatory?
If we made "America From Scratch" today, would we have compulsory voting?
Penwern: A Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Place
Mark Hertzberg shares historic and contemporary photographs of the Penwern estate.
When Fish First Breathed Air
Before a group of fish could live on dry land, they acquired the ability to breathe air.
Amanpour: Ronan Farrow
A return to Christiane Amanpour's interview with Ronan Farrow on "War on Peace" and Me Too.
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