Public interest law groups are behind some of the biggest reform movements in our country including legal decisions that impact school funding, environmental regulations and civil rights. We hear from Alan Morrison, associate dean at The George Washington University Law School, who co-founded with Ralph Nader one of the first public interest law centers back in 1972.
Explore some iconic historical moments while debunking long-held myths and shining new light on past events. Advances in investigative techniques, forensic science and historical scholarship offer new evidence on forgotten mysteries.
As part of our celebration of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, Arizona PBS is sharing stories of women to continue to shatter the glass ceiling and transform modern history. From those who fought for women’s constitutional right to vote in the United States to present-day changemakers, meet trailblazing women who have changed the course of history.
Return to mind-bending murders in the glorious sunshine. This year sees the arrival of a new DI, Neville Parker, but Saint Marie isn't exactly his idea of paradise.