An obsessed artist struggles against bankruptcy, public indifference, and a brutal terrain, to build the great American monument, Mount Rushmore. High on a granite cliff in South Dakota's Black Hills tower the huge carved faces of four American presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. Together they constitute the world's largest piece of sculpture.
Bill Goodman explores the state retirement system crisis with Public Pension Oversight Board Co-chairs Sen. Joe Bowen and Rep. Brent Yonts, as well as Jason Bailey of the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy, and Bryan Sunderland of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
See how an unexpected visitor forces Alan to think about his past, making Gillian and Caroline anxious — his decision to keep his secret from Celia is bound to backfire. Meanwhile, Caroline and pregnant Kate set a date for their wedding.
The hospital readies for a convoy of new patients. With resources stretched, Sister Joan sees a chance for the volunteers’ skills to be put to good use, but Sister Margaret doesn’t think they’re ready to take on new responsibilities.
Phillip M. Bailey of the Courier-Journal, Linda Blackford and John Cheves of the Lexington Herald-Leader, and Theo Keith of WAVE-TV in Louisville discuss the local response to this week's Supreme Court decisions and the debate over the Jefferson Davis statue at the state capitol.