Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson

2017-12-01
If time permits, read the PBS NewsHour article , “How the Senate tax bill affects rich and poor, in three charts,” which lays out the GOP tax plan in...
2017-11-28
For the sake of time, we recommend stopping the video at 1m:36s. We also recommend this 5-minute PBS NewsHour video on net neutrality, "How will...
Story Allegations of sexual harassment continue to roil the careers of celebrities and businessmen as well as politicians, including Alabama’s...
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Story Eight people died and more than a dozen were injured after a rented pickup truck plowed into a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center...
Note: This story discusses sexual harassment and assault as they pertain to allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein. You may want to consider...
For the sake of time, we recommend stopping the video at 3m:23s. Story President Donald Trump continues to face criticism for a condolence call to...
Note: The video is from the July 2017 debate between the Virginia gubernatorial candidates moderated by PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff. The final...
Story The musician Troy Andrews, known as “Trombone Shorty,” started playing the trombone on the streets of New Orleans at age 4 and led his first...
#9 News Story of 2017 Story Before Thurgood Marshall became the first African American to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court in 1967, he moved from town...
As always, please preview the video before showing it to your students. Firefighters continue to battle wildfires in Northern California’s wine...