Comment on Kentucky
Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the latest on the state's proposed changes to Medicaid expansion. Scheduled guests: Bill Estep, Lexington Herald Leader; Matt Markgraf, WKMS in Murray; and Deborah Yetter, Louisville Courier Journal.
10 Monuments That Changed America
A whirlwind tour of 10 monuments that mark key moments in American history: from the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore, to the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial and the AIDS Quilt. Find out which 10 monuments made the list.
For 20 years, Lindy has lived with an unbearable feeling of guilt. Committed to fulfilling her civic duty, Lindy sat on a jury with 11 other jurors that handed down the death penalty to a Mississippi man convicted in a double homicide. But an overwhelming feeling of regret compels Lindy to track down her fellow jurors and tackle an oft-politicized issue with humor and sincere curiosity.
Great American Read
This year, PBS is asking you: What are America's favorite novels? The Great American Read is an eight-part series that explores and celebrates the power of reading, told through the prism of America’s 100 best-loved novels as chosen in a national survey. See the list and cast your vote!
Renee Shaw and guests discuss immigration. Scheduled guests: Dan Rose, Lexington attorney and president of Americans First; Emily Jones, senior immigration attorney at Kentucky Refugees Ministries; Mark Metcalf, Lancaster attorney and former immigration judge; and Nima Kulkarni, International business and immigration attorney in Louisville.
Another message from the Pied Piper leads Karl and Elise to a horrifying discovery. As the net closes in, one of the cornered perpetrators lashes out - could this be the end of the line for one of the team?
Connections with Renee Shaw
Dr. Terry Brooks, executive director of Kentucky Youth Advocates, talks about data trends in the 2018 KIDS COUNT Data Book concerning the well-being of Kentucky kids.
In a bid to meet the demand for long-term care in the U.S., which is expected to grow in the coming years, some states are turning to adult foster care to offer aging adults physical assistance and emotional support. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Joanne Elgart Jennings reports from Oregon, where adult foster care has existed for more than 40 years, as part of an ongoing series of reports called “Chasing the Dream,” which reports on poverty and opportunity in America.