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Published in : 2015-02-17 | by PBS NewsHour
Robert E. Lee was the son of a Revolutionary War hero who was a trusted aide to George Washington. In 1861, after 25 years in the U.S. Army, Lee turned down ...
Published in : 2017-08-14 | by PBS NewsHour
The backdrop of Saturday's violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, was a plan to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from the city's downtown.
Published in : 2017-08-12 | by PBS NewsHour
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency in Charlottesville on Saturday as hundreds of white nationalists and alt-right activists clashed with ...
Published in : 2015-04-15 | by PBS NewsHour
President Abraham Lincoln died 150 years ago, just days after Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox, ending the Civil War after four years. To discuss ...
Published in : 2017-11-23 | by PBS NewsHour
Ulysses S. Grant led the Union's victory in the civil war before serving two terms as president. Was he a brutal general and incompetent president -- or a brilliant ...
Published in : 2017-08-15 | by PBS NewsHour
President Trump signs an executive order on infrastructure policy and building standards.
Published in : 2013-09-19 | by PBS NewsHour
Mathew Brady, a 19th century pioneer of American photography, was known for both his portraits of celebrities as well as for his searing images of the Civil War.
Published in : 2018-11-13 | by PBS NewsHour
We remember Stan Lee, writer and editor of Marvel Comics and creator of iconic characters as Spider-Man, the X-Men, Black Panther and the Fantastic Four.
Published in : 2015-02-16 | by PBS NewsHour
The murder of Egyptian Christian hostages by the Islamic State in Libya raises the alarm that the militant group is expanding from its territory in Syria and Iraq.
Published in : 2011-06-01 | by PBS NewsHour
More of Jeffrey Brown's conversation with jazz musician Wynton Marsalis. Watch the segment on Wednesday's NewsHour. For more arts coverage, visit Art Beat: ...