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GPB's Latest

The 76th Annual Peabody Awards

Join host Rashida Jones to honor the most powerful, enlightening and invigorating stories in television, radio and digital media. The evening spotlights all 30 winners, along with achievement awards for Norman Lear and ITVS. Friday, June 2 at 9 PM

June 1, 2017

Today on On Second Thought

The Breakroom returns to discuss controversies surrounding the Confederate flag, Trump’s cell phone, and… fruit juice. Listen today at 9 AM or streaming live at GPB.org.

June 1, 2017

Political Rewind

Tune in for Political Rewind today at 3 PM on GPB Radio as host Bill Nigut reviews the week in politics and what's ahead.

June 1, 2017

From Unemployed To Buying A New Home In Less Than A Year

In less than two months Scott Morrison went from unemployed to on his way to a new, better life.

June 1, 2017

A Vision for Elementary Math

What would happen if we could diagnose, prescribe and provide customized math instruction for students in the area of numeracy?

June 1, 2017

'White House Arrest?' Legal Experts Disagree About Prosecuting A President

The debate over whether the president of the United States can be charged with a crime is as old as the country itself. Early evidence comes from the diary of a Pennsylvania senator, who recorded "a heated debate on this very issue" in September 1789, said Hofstra University Law School professor Eric Freedman. "For those who believe in original intent, we have pretty good evidence of original intent," Freedman said. "The founders just disagreed on the very question." The words of the Constitution aren't much help either. It talks about impeachment, removing a president from office. But the document is vague on the issue of whether a president can be indicted while he holds the office. "We tend to talk about it as one big on-off switch," explained Harvard Law School professor Andrew Crespo. "But, really, the question ought to be: can he be investigated, can he be indicted, can he be made to stand trial, can he be sentenced? And the burdens imposed by each of those steps of the process
July 18, 2017

After Liu Xiaobo's Death, Concerns Grow For His Widow's Well-Being

"Liu Xia is free." A Chinese official made this assertion to allay concerns that the widow of prominent Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, who died July 13, remains under house arrest — as she has been for most of the time since her husband was awarded the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize. "We want Liu Xia to avoid more trouble," added the official, Shenyang city government spokesman Zhang Qingyang, speaking at a press briefing on Saturday. But he did not specify her whereabouts. "I believe the relevant departments will protect Liu Xia's rights according to the law," he told reporters. As far as many of her family, friends and supporters are concerned, Liu Xia is missing — probably still in custody and under surveillance of authorities, if not under house arrest. Foreign journalists who went looking for her in recent days say they were harassed by plainclothes security officials. The Norwegian Nobel Committee "is deeply worried about Liu Xia's situation in the aftermath of her husband's tragic death,
July 18, 2017

Long Island Dog Rescues Baby Deer From Water

Dogs are cute. Baby deer are arguably even cuter. So what could be more heroic and life-affirming than a dog saving the life of a fawn? Storm, an English golden retriever, was out for a walk Sunday morning along the Long Island Sound with fellow dog Sara and his owner, Mark Freeley. Amid the lapping waves, a baby deer was in over its head out in the sound. "Storm just plunged into the water and started swimming out to the fawn," Freeley told CBS New York. Freeley took video and provided narration of the occasion. "Storm is trying to save this baby deer," he begins. Then a note of doubt creeps into Freeley's voice. "I think he's trying to save him." Storm, a good boy , grabs the deer by the scruff of its neck and swims it to shore, then brings it to rest on the sand. The deer is seen breathing heavily, but otherwise remains still. There are a few worrisome seconds when it looks as if Storm might bite the very woodland creature he carried to safety. But the nips turn to nuzzles as Storm
July 18, 2017

Try To Not Lose Your Lunch Watching Danny Brown's New 'Lost' Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kk8NVDzAF1s Detroit rapper Danny Brown has become a film auteur's dream on the low. His late-2016 release Atrocity Exhibition , a dark, cinematic trip into the MC's mental abyss, continues to spawn similarly compelling visuals. Earlier this year, actor Jonah Hill directed the video for "Ain't It Funny," in which Brown portrays the drug-addicted uncle in a satirical spoof of a white '80s family. In "Lost," we have its stark opposite. "Lost" opens with a close-up of a woman vomiting down a drain and only intensifies from there. Filmed by Matilda Finn, a photographer and director largely influenced by Asian cinema, the video is shot in a surreal, black-and-white style that favors Finn's predilection for dream sequences. But beware, the imagery is as explicit as Brown's lyrics. A narrow project hallway gives way to the tight confines of an apartment kitchen, where a mom-and-pop drug operation is making money, and mania, hand over fist. A half-clothed woman
July 18, 2017
Georgia at Work

Toyo Tires Hiring Full-Time Workers NOW

The lowest starting pay for these positions is $16 per hour, with many positions well into the $20s.

June 2, 2017
Community

Two Generations of Artists Explore Diaspora in New Telfair Exhibit

“Generation,” an exhibit that opened at Telfair Museums last week, features art on the theme of diaspora, created by Iraqi mother and daughters.

June 1, 2017
Georgia at Work

From Unemployed To Buying A New Home In Less Than A Year

In less than two months Scott Morrison went from unemployed to on his way to a new, better life.

June 1, 2017
MyGPB

Watch Victorian Slum House Online

Victorian Slum House is a show where modern families re-create life in the 1860 to 1900’s as East London’s urban poor during the Victorian era.

May 30, 2017
Education Matters

A Vision for Elementary Math

How would math look if we combined mental math strategies, growth mindset and a work session where students experienced opportunities designed specifically for their needs?

May 30, 2017

Education Blogs

A Vision for Elementary Math

How would math look if we combined mental math strategies, growth mindset and a work session where students experienced opportunities designed specifically for their needs?

May 30, 2017

RPM To Provide New Path To Graduation For Richmond County High Schoolers

Beginning this August, Richmond County high school students seeking an alternative path to completing their secondary education will have one.

May 25, 2017

Summer Learning Activities For Kids

GPB is releasing all-new content and resources for summer to help keep kids active and encourage exploration.

May 23, 2017

Education Spotlight

Georgia Race Through Time

Help Savannah and Peaches beat the clock and show off your knowledge of Georgia history with GPB’s new history adventure game!

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