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1:00 am HT Approx. 47 min. LIVE Open Phones Libby Casey Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on social programs facing cutbacks in the proposed ... Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on social programs facing cutbacks in the proposed Obama administration budget." 12:31 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 29 min. Iran's Nuclear Program Security specialists and policy experts talked about the Atlantic Council’s Iran Task Force ... Security specialists and policy experts talked about the Atlantic Council’s Iran Task Force report on U.S. immediate and long-term strategy in dealing with Iran’s nuclear program. Among other topics, they discussed the impact of economic sanctions on Iran, Iran’s reasons for wanting a nuclear weapon and the consequences of the country obtaining one, and the impact of ongoing Middle East upheaval on Iran’s power. 12:36 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Native American Military History Timothy Winegard Colorado Mesa University professor Timothy Winegard talks about the history of Native Americans ... Colorado Mesa University professor Timothy Winegard talks about the history of Native Americans and their involvement in American and Canadian wars. This event took place at the History Colorado Center in Denver. He argues that american Indians participated in World War I as an extension of the population’s ongoing efforts to shape social and political realities, resist cultural assimilation and segregation, and attain equality through service and sacrifice. Seventeen thousand American Indians were registered for service by war’s end.
1:50 am HT Approx. 45 min. LIVE Russell Moore on the Role of Religion in American Politics and Culture Russell Moore; Libby Casey Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including ... Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including issues such as abortion, immigration, same-sex marriage, and efforts to curb guns and violence. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 2:01 am HT Approx. 1 min. Women and the Middle East Tara Sonenshine; Tamara Wittes Tara Sonenshine talked about some of the advances and continued challenges for women in the Arab ... Tara Sonenshine talked about some of the advances and continued challenges for women in the Arab world. She argued the importance of including women in political and social affairs in the Middle East and North Africa. After her remarks, “Women in a Changing Middle East,” she was interviewed by former Assistant Secretary of State Wittes and also responded to questions from members of the audience. 1:45 am HT Approx. 51 min. Native American Lands and the Supreme Court Ruth Ginsburg; Angela Riley Angela Riley spoke in the Supreme Court chamber about the history of the Supreme Court and Native ... Angela Riley spoke in the Supreme Court chamber about the history of the Supreme Court and Native American lands. The lecture, which took place in the Supreme Court chamber, was one in a series hosted by the Supreme Court Historical Society on the Constitution, the Supreme Court, and property rights. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg introduced Professor Riley.
2:39 am HT Approx. 42 min. LIVE Katrina Vanden Heuvel on Progressive Values Katrina Heuvel; Libby Casey Katrina Vanden Heuvel spoke about progressive values and issues of concern to progressive ... Katrina Vanden Heuvel spoke about progressive values and issues of concern to progressive voters. Among the issues she addressed were immigration, gun control, and the role the Obama administration was playing to forward progressive values. She responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 2:03 am HT Approx. 30 min. David Keene at Lincoln Day Dinner David Keene David Keene, president of the National Rifle Association, spoke at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner ... David Keene, president of the National Rifle Association, spoke at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner of the Franklin County Republican Party at Green Grove Gardens outside Greencastle, Pennsylvania. He criticized the Obama administration for using the December 2012 school shooting in Connecticut to try to take guns away from people. He noted political actions the administration had taken in the past. Mr. Keene also talked about the NRA commissioner report that recommends having trained armed guards at schools to protect the children. 2:40 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 25 min. Indian Removal from the Southeastern U.S. Laurel Clark-Shire University of Hartford history professor Laurel Clark Shire looked at government policies towards ... University of Hartford history professor Laurel Clark Shire looked at government policies towards Native Americans living in the southeastern United States from the late 1700s until the mid-1800s. She examined the factors that led to the removal of Indian tribes west to territories in what is today Oklahoma, and talked about how some tribes attempted to avoid removal by changing their culture to be more like that of white settlers. She also looked at armed resistance to removal by the Seminoles in Florida. This class was an hour and 25 minutes.
3:24 am HT Approx. 37 min. LIVE Cynthia Ogden and Allison Aubrey on the American Diet Allison Aubrey; Libby Casey; Cynthia Ogden Guests talked about the American diet and how it had changed over the last 50 years. Among ... Guests talked about the American diet and how it had changed over the last 50 years. Among the topics they addressed were growing obesity and diabetes rates; increasing caloric, sugar and carbohydrate content in food; and consumption of fast food and sugary drinks. They responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
This program was part of C-SPAN’s regular Friday “America by the Numbers” series.
2:38 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 12 min. Janet Yellen Remarks Allan Sloan; Randall Smith; Janet Yellen Janet Yellen talked about the economy. She said that the Federal Reserve’s recent ... Janet Yellen talked about the economy. She said that the Federal Reserve’s recent monetary policies in purchasing assets and lower interest rates had contributed to improvements in the economy. She noted the recovery of housing markets and also talked about inflation.
This was a keynote address at the Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference.
4:08 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 12 min. Threats and Benefits of New Technology The University of Colorado Law School holds the 5th Annual Conference on Technology and Privacy at ... The University of Colorado Law School holds the 5th Annual Conference on Technology and Privacy at the Silicon Flatirons Center.
4:01 am HT Approx. 55 min. LIVE Competition in Global Markets Panelists spoke about international trade and business competition. Among the topics they ... Panelists spoke about international trade and business competition. Among the topics they addressed were education, energy policy, and immigration. They also talked about partisanship in Washington and its impact on policy making. They responded to questions from the audience. 3:51 am HT Approx. 58 min. LIVE The Future of Print Journalism Newspaper and magazine executives talked about the challenges facing print journalism in light of ... Newspaper and magazine executives talked about the challenges facing print journalism in light of new technologies, online platforms, and lower circulation. They also focused on models to increase paid viewership online, as well as strategies to remain profitable. The speakers used PowerPoint in their presentations and they responded to questions from the audience.
“New Challenges, New Revenues for Print Journalism ” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
5:23 am HT Approx. 44 min. Politico Playbook Breakfast on the Obama Administration Agenda Mike Allen; Dan Pfeiffer Dan Pfeiffer talked about Obama administration second-term agenda issues, including gun control, ... Dan Pfeiffer talked about Obama administration second-term agenda issues, including gun control, immigration, and the budget. Other topics included President Obama’s news reading habits and relationship with the media. He was interviewed by Mike Allen at the Mayflower Hotel as part of his Politico Playbook Breakfast series.
Due to audio difficulties, a five-minute portion of this interview was not airable.
4:59 am HT Approx. 22 min. LIVE Ray LaHood on Transportation Infrastructure Fred Hochberg; Ray LaHood Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service ... Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service including a north to south corridor in California. He also talked about transportation safety, foreign investment in the U.S. and the impact of automatic spending cuts on air travel. He responded to questions from the audience. 5:09 am HT Approx. 59 min. LIVE Post-Recession Business Opportunities An insurance executive and a pension investment manager spoke about how their industries have ... An insurance executive and a pension investment manager spoke about how their industries have changed since the 2008 financial crisis. Among the topics they addressed were business opportunities, innovation, and adapting to changing business climates. They answered questions from the audience.
“Post-Great Recession, Opportunity and Risk” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
6:08 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. LIVE Lessons from the War in Afghanistan Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in ... Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in Afghanistan. They examined what went wrong and how to avoid those mistakes in the future. Topics included Ambassador James Dobbins, the U.S. representative at the December 2001 Bonn Conference where the international community determined to end the conflict in Afghanistan, speaking on inadequate forces and resources; Rajiv Chandrasekaran, who reported from Afghanistan and Iraq, saying that the U.S. squandered the first year of President Obama’s surge; and Colonel Gian Gentile, a former Army Combat Unit Commander in Baghdad, on why U.S. strategy in Afghanistan and Iraq did not work. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
“The War in Afghanistan: What Went Wrong?” was held at the Cato institute.
5:24 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Care of Returning Veterans Harriet Cook Carter; Catherine Gilliss; Linda Schwartz Linda Schwartz talked about the needs and challenges for returning veterans. She contrasted ... Linda Schwartz talked about the needs and challenges for returning veterans. She contrasted the needs of veterans returning from World War II and the Korea and Vietnam wars with the those returning from Afghanistan and Iraq. Other topics included women veterans. In her speech she told several stories and detailed various statistics on veterans. The program also included questions from audience members.
Schwartz is the Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner, the immediate past president of the National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs, and a former Air Force flight nurse and veterans activist
6:09 am HT Approx. 53 min. Federal Debt and the Economy Gail Marks Jarvis; David Stockman; David Walker Former White House Budget Director David Stockman and former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker ... Former White House Budget Director David Stockman and former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker talked about the impact of national debt on the economy. They criticized the economic and monetary policies of President Obama, Congress, and the Federal Reserve.
“The New Austerity: Pain Now or Pain Later?” was part of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
7:46 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 11 min. Stephanie Schriock on Women in Politics Stephanie Schriock Stephanie Schriock talked about the challenges related to women running for and getting elected to ... Stephanie Schriock talked about the challenges related to women running for and getting elected to public office. She detailed the history EMILY’s List, which was formed because the Democratic Party establishment would not fund women’s campaigns. She also talked about the importance of having more women in leadership roles in business, law, and the academic arenas. After her speech, she responded to audience members questions. 
This was the keynote address at the “Gender Matters: Women, Social Policy, and the 2012 Election” symposium at American University Washington College of Law, presented by the Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law and the Program on Women and the Law.
6:31 am HT Approx. 8 min. Michael O'Neill on the State of the U.S. Economy Fred Hochberg; Michael O'Neill Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his ... Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his top concerns included congressional gridlock, the European economy and cyber security. in Washington, He expressed confidence in the state of the banking industry, saying financial institutions were ready to start lending more money once demand in the economy picked up. 7:03 am HT Approx. 49 min. LIVE Student Loans and Debt Panelists talked about rising student debt, abusive lending practices, and potential reforms such ... Panelists talked about rising student debt, abusive lending practices, and potential reforms such as relief from student loans in personal bankruptcy cases. They also offered tips on how to avoid some of the common mistakes that students and parents make during the college admissions and loan processes, and the options available to students seeking financial aid with some comparisons of the risk of private loans versus federal government loans. They responded to questions from the audience.
“The Student Debt Conundrum” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
8:59 am HT Approx. 2 min. Michael O'Neill on the State of the U.S. Economy Fred Hochberg; Michael O'Neill Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his ... Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his top concerns included congressional gridlock, the European economy and cyber security. in Washington, He expressed confidence in the state of the banking industry, saying financial institutions were ready to start lending more money once demand in the economy picked up.
6:43 am HT Approx. 32 min. Vice President Biden on U.S. and Global Economy Joseph Biden; Jenny Fulton Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among ... Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among the topics he addressed were international trade and competition, expanding markets in Asia, domestic job creation, and intellectual property issues. 7:57 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 12 min. Janet Yellen Remarks Allan Sloan; Randall Smith; Janet Yellen Janet Yellen talked about the economy. She said that the Federal Reserve’s recent ... Janet Yellen talked about the economy. She said that the Federal Reserve’s recent monetary policies in purchasing assets and lower interest rates had contributed to improvements in the economy. She noted the recovery of housing markets and also talked about inflation.
This was a keynote address at the Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference.
9:02 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 29 min. Promoting Democracy and Prosperity in Africa African leaders spoke about promoting democracy and African prosperity. Among the topics they ... African leaders spoke about promoting democracy and African prosperity. Among the topics they addressed were efforts to build democratic institutions following periods of civil war and strife, coordination among international aid organizations, including women in democratic movements, and the role of youth in building prosperity. They responded to questions from the audience.
7:20 am HT Approx. 5 min. Open Phones Libby Casey Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on social programs facing cutbacks in the proposed ... Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on social programs facing cutbacks in the proposed Obama administration budget." 9:12 am HT Approx. 2 min. Michael O'Neill on the State of the U.S. Economy Fred Hochberg; Michael O'Neill Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his ... Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his top concerns included congressional gridlock, the European economy and cyber security. in Washington, He expressed confidence in the state of the banking industry, saying financial institutions were ready to start lending more money once demand in the economy picked up. 10:34 am HT Approx. 1 min. White House Daily Briefing James Carney White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefed reporters and answered questions. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefed reporters and answered questions.
7:25 am HT Approx. 56 min. LIVE White House Daily Briefing James Carney White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefed reporters and answered questions. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefed reporters and answered questions. 9:22 am HT Approx. 55 min. LIVE Tax Policy Reform Panelists talked about tax reform proposals and on-going budget negotiations in ... Panelists talked about tax reform proposals and on-going budget negotiations in Congress. They responded to questions from the audience.
“The Tax Reform Debate” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
10:35 am HT Approx. 17 min. White House Easter Prayer Breakfast Joseph Biden; Barack Obama; Larry Snyder President Obama and Vice President Biden spoke at an Easter prayer breakfast in the East ... President Obama and Vice President Biden spoke at an Easter prayer breakfast in the East Room. President Obama talked about his recent visit to Jerusalem and the Nativity Church. Father Snyder prayed for the president and the Children of the Gospel Church sang.
8:22 am HT Approx. 7 min. Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was ... Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was one of the middle school section third prize-winning videos in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2013 contest participants were asked to send a message to the president on the issue they consider most important in 2013.
10:21 am HT Approx. 58 min. Representative Jim McGovern on Congressional Agenda James McGovern Representative Jim McGovern (D-MA) talked about his congressional agenda at the Woman’s ... Representative Jim McGovern (D-MA) talked about his congressional agenda at the Woman’s National Democratic Club. In his speech he focused on his anti-poverty efforts. After his prepared remarks he answered questions from the audience on such topics as drones, sequestration, national debt and the budget deficit, and gun violence. 10:53 am HT Approx. 3 min. Vice President Biden on U.S. and Global Economy Joseph Biden; Jenny Fulton Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among ... Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among the topics he addressed were international trade and competition, expanding markets in Asia, domestic job creation, and intellectual property issues.
8:33 am HT Approx. 54 min. Political and Economic Changes in China Steven Knapp; Henry Paulson; Andrew Serwer Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson talked about economic and political changes in ... Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson talked about economic and political changes in China. Among the topics he addressed were the state of U.S.-China relations, cyber threats, China’s economic and environmental policies, the new Chinese government, and corruption and economic reforms. He also responded to questions from the audience. He was interviewed by Ancy Serwer at George Washington University as a prelude to the Fortune Global Forum tat would be held June 2013 in Chengdu, China. 11:22 am HT Approx. 2 min. Michael O'Neill on the State of the U.S. Economy Fred Hochberg; Michael O'Neill Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his ... Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his top concerns included congressional gridlock, the European economy and cyber security. in Washington, He expressed confidence in the state of the banking industry, saying financial institutions were ready to start lending more money once demand in the economy picked up. 11:00 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 27 min. Washington Classroom with Craig Shirley Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia, and Purdue ... Students from the Washington Center, George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia, and Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.*
Craig Shirley, author Reagan’s Revolution: The Untold Story of the Campaign That Started It All and Rendezvous with Destiny: Ronald Reagan and the Campaign That Changed America of spoke to the class about the 1980s and the lessons they hold. Several video clips were shown.
This course was a joint educational partnership between C-SPAN, the Washington Center, George Mason University, and Purdue University. The semester focused on “The Presidency, Congress, and Media,” examining all facets of politics in the TV and digital age, taking a look at the issues and events shaping the agenda for the next Congress and next round of elections, as well as the historical process of public policy making.*Additionally, the class analyzes the changing role of media in shaping public opinion.
9:28 am HT Approx. 1 min. Vice President Biden on U.S. and Global Economy Joseph Biden; Jenny Fulton Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among ... Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among the topics he addressed were international trade and competition, expanding markets in Asia, domestic job creation, and intellectual property issues. 11:25 am HT Approx. 20 min. Ray LaHood on Transportation Infrastructure Fred Hochberg; Ray LaHood Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service ... Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service including a north to south corridor in California. He also talked about transportation safety, foreign investment in the U.S. and the impact of automatic spending cuts on air travel. He responded to questions from the audience. 12:28 pm HT Approx. 1 min. White House Daily Briefing James Carney White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefed reporters and answered questions. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefed reporters and answered questions.
9:32 am HT Approx. 30 min. David Keene at Lincoln Day Dinner David Keene David Keene, president of the National Rifle Association, spoke at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner ... David Keene, president of the National Rifle Association, spoke at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner of the Franklin County Republican Party at Green Grove Gardens outside Greencastle, Pennsylvania. He criticized the Obama administration for using the December 2012 school shooting in Connecticut to try to take guns away from people. He noted political actions the administration had taken in the past. Mr. Keene also talked about the NRA commissioner report that recommends having trained armed guards at schools to protect the children. 11:48 am HT Approx. 35 min. Vice President Biden on U.S. and Global Economy Joseph Biden; Jenny Fulton Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among ... Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among the topics he addressed were international trade and competition, expanding markets in Asia, domestic job creation, and intellectual property issues. 12:31 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. 25 min. Health Insurance and Pre-Existing Conditions Witnesses testified on state-level efforts to deal with a component of the health care law, ... Witnesses testified on state-level efforts to deal with a component of the health care law, high-risk health insurance pools designed to protect people with pre-existing medical conditions. The program was temporary until January 2014, when the next phase of the law went into effect, but Republicans were concerned that the program had run out of funds in 2013 and suspended new enrollments.
10:06 am HT Approx. 56 min. Valerie Jarrett on Women in Politics Linda Douglass; Valerie Jarrett Valerie Jarrett was interviewed by Linda Douglass the the Atlantic's “Women in ... Valerie Jarrett was interviewed by Linda Douglass the the Atlantic's “Women in Washington” event. She talked about her role in the Obama administration, gun control and immigration, and criticisms that President Obama did not have enough women in his Cabinet, women’s ability to have both a career and children at the same time, as well as other issues. She also answered audience members' questions. 12:26 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. Lessons from the War in Afghanistan Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in ... Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in Afghanistan. They examined what went wrong and how to avoid those mistakes in the future. Topics included Ambassador James Dobbins, the U.S. representative at the December 2001 Bonn Conference where the international community determined to end the conflict in Afghanistan, speaking on inadequate forces and resources; Rajiv Chandrasekaran, who reported from Afghanistan and Iraq, saying that the U.S. squandered the first year of President Obama’s surge; and Colonel Gian Gentile, a former Army Combat Unit Commander in Baghdad, on why U.S. strategy in Afghanistan and Iraq did not work. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
“The War in Afghanistan: What Went Wrong?” was held at the Cato institute.
2:00 pm HT Approx. 26 min. Women's Suffrage Parade Centennial Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s ... Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s Suffrage Parade on Pennsylvania Avenue in the nation’s capitol were shown. The original parade in 1913 included about 5,000 women and was halted by an unruly mob of thousands. Over 200 participants were taken to the hospital, and the secretary of war called the U.S. Calvary from Fort Myer to restore order.
11:03 am HT Approx. 1 min. Vice President Biden on U.S. and Global Economy Joseph Biden; Jenny Fulton Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among ... Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among the topics he addressed were international trade and competition, expanding markets in Asia, domestic job creation, and intellectual property issues. 2:00 pm HT Approx. 2 hr. 58 min. In Depth with Senator Tom Coburn Thomas Coburn; Peter Slen Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) talked about his political career, politics in Washington, and his book, ... Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) talked about his political career, politics in Washington, and his book, The Debt Bomb: A Bold Plan to Stop Washington from Bankrupting America. In 2012 Senator Coburn also published Money for Nothing, Oklahoma Waste Report: Exposing Washington’s Wasteful Spending Habits in our Own Backyard, and Subsidies of the Rich and Famous. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 2:28 pm HT Approx. 57 min. Role of Media in Women's Suffrage Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage ... Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage movement and how they have helped and hurt the cause in the last century. They spoke at a National Press Club event honoring the 100th Anniversary of the 1913 Women’s Suffrage March.
11:06 am HT Approx. 45 min. Russell Moore on the Role of Religion in American Politics and Culture Russell Moore; Libby Casey Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including ... Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including issues such as abortion, immigration, same-sex marriage, and efforts to curb guns and violence. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 5:00 pm HT Approx. 45 min. Russell Moore on the Role of Religion in American Politics and Culture Russell Moore; Libby Casey Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including ... Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including issues such as abortion, immigration, same-sex marriage, and efforts to curb guns and violence. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 3:27 pm HT Approx. 24 min. Sewall-Belmont House and Museum Tour Jennifer Krafchik Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the ... Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum, displaying artifacts as she talked about Alice Paul, the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and the the protests that helped lead to the 19th Amendment. The final necessary state ratified the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, and the secretary of state certified the amendment’s adoption on August 26, 1920.
The museum is the headquarters of the historic National Woman’s Party and was the Washington home of its founder and Equal Rights Amendment author Alice Paul from 1929 until 1972.
11:55 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 24 min. Media Coverage of Race and Social Mobility Panelists talked about media coverage of racial issues. Topics included changing journalistic ... Panelists talked about media coverage of racial issues. Topics included changing journalistic and U.S. racial demographics; the controversy surrounding Philadelphia Magazine’s cover story, “Being White in Philly"; social media; and media funding issues. They also discussed the Associated Press' announcement that "illegal immigrant” was no longer an appropriate term for people living in the United States without legal permission. The program included questions from audience members. 5:46 pm HT Approx. 57 min. The Future of Print Journalism Newspaper and magazine executives talked about the challenges facing print journalism in light of ... Newspaper and magazine executives talked about the challenges facing print journalism in light of new technologies, online platforms, and lower circulation. They also focused on models to increase paid viewership online, as well as strategies to remain profitable. The speakers used PowerPoint in their presentations and they responded to questions from the audience.
“New Challenges, New Revenues for Print Journalism ” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
3:54 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Battle Over the Equal Rights Amendment Kirsten Swinth Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of ... Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and 1980s. The Equal Rights Amendment was a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would guarantee certain rights for women. It passed Congress but was not ratified by the required number of state legislatures.
1:19 pm HT Approx. 8 min. Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was ... Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was one of the middle school section third prize-winning videos in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2013 contest participants were asked to send a message to the president on the issue they consider most important in 2013.
6:44 pm HT Approx. 50 min. Student Loans and Debt Panelists talked about rising student debt, abusive lending practices, and potential reforms such ... Panelists talked about rising student debt, abusive lending practices, and potential reforms such as relief from student loans in personal bankruptcy cases. They also offered tips on how to avoid some of the common mistakes that students and parents make during the college admissions and loan processes, and the options available to students seeking financial aid with some comparisons of the risk of private loans versus federal government loans. They responded to questions from the audience.
“The Student Debt Conundrum” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
5:00 pm HT Approx. 26 min. Women's Suffrage Parade Centennial Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s ... Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s Suffrage Parade on Pennsylvania Avenue in the nation’s capitol were shown. The original parade in 1913 included about 5,000 women and was halted by an unruly mob of thousands. Over 200 participants were taken to the hospital, and the secretary of war called the U.S. Calvary from Fort Myer to restore order.
1:28 pm HT Approx. 31 min. Fracking Issues Lisa Margonelli; Greta Brawner Lisa Margonelli talked about her Pacific Standard article on the oil and gas drilling ... Lisa Margonelli talked about her Pacific Standard article on the oil and gas drilling method called hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” She said public debate on fracking had primarily been focused on the viewpoints of anti-fracking environmental activists and pro-business interests, so she focused on the more everyday effects of fracking, such as taxation and regulatory concerns, safety, and the impact of fracking on communities and local economies.
This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting magazine articles. The title of Ms. Margonelli’s article is “The Debate We Aren’t Having.”
7:36 pm HT Approx. 45 min. Russell Moore on the Role of Religion in American Politics and Culture Russell Moore; Libby Casey Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including ... Russell Moore described the role that religion plays in American politics and culture, including issues such as abortion, immigration, same-sex marriage, and efforts to curb guns and violence. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 5:28 pm HT Approx. 57 min. Role of Media in Women's Suffrage Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage ... Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage movement and how they have helped and hurt the cause in the last century. They spoke at a National Press Club event honoring the 100th Anniversary of the 1913 Women’s Suffrage March.
2:00 pm HT Approx. 1 min. LIVE Open Phones on Fracking, Preview Bill Scanlan Electronic answers to the question “Should fracking be part of U.S. energy policy?” ... Electronic answers to the question “Should fracking be part of U.S. energy policy?” were read in preparation for an upcoming open phones segment. 8:22 pm HT Approx. 57 min. The Future of Print Journalism Newspaper and magazine executives talked about the challenges facing print journalism in light of ... Newspaper and magazine executives talked about the challenges facing print journalism in light of new technologies, online platforms, and lower circulation. They also focused on models to increase paid viewership online, as well as strategies to remain profitable. The speakers used PowerPoint in their presentations and they responded to questions from the audience.
“New Challenges, New Revenues for Print Journalism ” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
6:27 pm HT Approx. 24 min. Sewall-Belmont House and Museum Tour Jennifer Krafchik Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the ... Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum, displaying artifacts as she talked about Alice Paul, the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and the the protests that helped lead to the 19th Amendment. The final necessary state ratified the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, and the secretary of state certified the amendment’s adoption on August 26, 1920.
The museum is the headquarters of the historic National Woman’s Party and was the Washington home of its founder and Equal Rights Amendment author Alice Paul from 1929 until 1972.
2:02 pm HT Approx. 59 min. Energy Policy and Fracking Phelim McAleer; Ann McElhinney; Gale Norton Following Gale Norton’s introductory remarks, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer talked about ... Following Gale Norton’s introductory remarks, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer talked about their documentary, FrackNation: The Miracle and the Madness. In their speech, they detailed how they evolved from being liberal European journalists to making a film to address what they call misinformation about the process of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” for natural gas.
This event was part of the annual Leadership Program of the Rockies retreat, a Colorado institute that provides economic and political leadership training.
9:20 pm HT Approx. 50 min. Student Loans and Debt Panelists talked about rising student debt, abusive lending practices, and potential reforms such ... Panelists talked about rising student debt, abusive lending practices, and potential reforms such as relief from student loans in personal bankruptcy cases. They also offered tips on how to avoid some of the common mistakes that students and parents make during the college admissions and loan processes, and the options available to students seeking financial aid with some comparisons of the risk of private loans versus federal government loans. They responded to questions from the audience.
“The Student Debt Conundrum” was part of the three-day Society of American Business Editors and Writers 50th anniversary spring conference, held at George Washington University’s Marvin Center.
6:54 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Battle Over the Equal Rights Amendment Kirsten Swinth Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of ... Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and 1980s. The Equal Rights Amendment was a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would guarantee certain rights for women. It passed Congress but was not ratified by the required number of state legislatures.
3:01 pm HT Approx. 13 min. LIVE Open Phones on Fracking Bill Scanlan Telephone lines were open for comments on the question “Should we be fracking?” after ... Telephone lines were open for comments on the question “Should we be fracking?” after the presentation of a program featuring the producers of the documentary film FrackNation. Clips from the film were shown in the background. 10:12 pm HT Approx. 48 min. U.S. Non-Proliferation Strategy Samuel Charap; Frank Rose Deputy Assistant Secretary Frank Rose talked about the role of missile technology control and the ... Deputy Assistant Secretary Frank Rose talked about the role of missile technology control and the U.S. non-proliferation strategy. He focused on the need for and benefits of an international code of conduct for outer space usage and activity. He also addressed issues such as North Korean threats, satellite cybersecurity, and space debris cleanup. He responded to questions from the audience. 8:00 pm HT Approx. 26 min. Women's Suffrage Parade Centennial Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s ... Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s Suffrage Parade on Pennsylvania Avenue in the nation’s capitol were shown. The original parade in 1913 included about 5,000 women and was halted by an unruly mob of thousands. Over 200 participants were taken to the hospital, and the secretary of war called the U.S. Calvary from Fort Myer to restore order.
3:16 pm HT Approx. 5 min. State Department Briefing Victoria Nuland Victoria Nuland, in response to a questoin at the daily State Department briefing, described the ... Victoria Nuland, in response to a questoin at the daily State Department briefing, described the message sent by her department to Americans in South Korea as “calming,” saying that the message stated that the U.S. did not have information of an imminent attack from North Korea. 
North Korea had announced that North Korea could not guarantee the safety of diplomats in embassies after April 10, 2013. The previous day the State Department spoke to the Swedish Embassy in North Korea to see if they were changing their status on being the U.S. protecting power in North Korea and was told nothing would change. 
This was only a portion of the entire briefing.
11:01 pm HT Approx. 2 hr. 58 min. In Depth with Senator Tom Coburn Thomas Coburn; Peter Slen Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) talked about his political career, politics in Washington, and his book, ... Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) talked about his political career, politics in Washington, and his book, The Debt Bomb: A Bold Plan to Stop Washington from Bankrupting America. In 2012 Senator Coburn also published Money for Nothing, Oklahoma Waste Report: Exposing Washington’s Wasteful Spending Habits in our Own Backyard, and Subsidies of the Rich and Famous. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 8:28 pm HT Approx. 57 min. Role of Media in Women's Suffrage Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage ... Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage movement and how they have helped and hurt the cause in the last century. They spoke at a National Press Club event honoring the 100th Anniversary of the 1913 Women’s Suffrage March.
3:22 pm HT Approx. 26 min. Michael O'Neill on the State of the U.S. Economy Fred Hochberg; Michael O'Neill Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his ... Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his top concerns included congressional gridlock, the European economy and cyber security. in Washington, He expressed confidence in the state of the banking industry, saying financial institutions were ready to start lending more money once demand in the economy picked up. 9:27 pm HT Approx. 24 min. Sewall-Belmont House and Museum Tour Jennifer Krafchik Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the ... Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum, displaying artifacts as she talked about Alice Paul, the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and the the protests that helped lead to the 19th Amendment. The final necessary state ratified the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, and the secretary of state certified the amendment’s adoption on August 26, 1920.
The museum is the headquarters of the historic National Woman’s Party and was the Washington home of its founder and Equal Rights Amendment author Alice Paul from 1929 until 1972.
3:48 pm HT Approx. 59 min. Competition in Global Markets Panelists spoke about international trade and business competition. Among the topics they ... Panelists spoke about international trade and business competition. Among the topics they addressed were education, energy policy, and immigration. They also talked about partisanship in Washington and its impact on policy making. They responded to questions from the audience. 9:54 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Battle Over the Equal Rights Amendment Kirsten Swinth Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of ... Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and 1980s. The Equal Rights Amendment was a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would guarantee certain rights for women. It passed Congress but was not ratified by the required number of state legislatures.
4:49 pm HT Approx. 20 min. Ray LaHood on Transportation Infrastructure Fred Hochberg; Ray LaHood Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service ... Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service including a north to south corridor in California. He also talked about transportation safety, foreign investment in the U.S. and the impact of automatic spending cuts on air travel. He responded to questions from the audience. 11:00 pm HT Approx. 26 min. Women's Suffrage Parade Centennial Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s ... Scenes and interviews from a centennial celebration marking the March 3, 1913 Women’s Suffrage Parade on Pennsylvania Avenue in the nation’s capitol were shown. The original parade in 1913 included about 5,000 women and was halted by an unruly mob of thousands. Over 200 participants were taken to the hospital, and the secretary of war called the U.S. Calvary from Fort Myer to restore order.
5:10 pm HT Approx. 35 min. Vice President Biden on U.S. and Global Economy Joseph Biden; Jenny Fulton Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among ... Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among the topics he addressed were international trade and competition, expanding markets in Asia, domestic job creation, and intellectual property issues. 11:28 pm HT Approx. 57 min. Role of Media in Women's Suffrage Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage ... Women journalists and authors talked about the role of the media in the women’s suffrage movement and how they have helped and hurt the cause in the last century. They spoke at a National Press Club event honoring the 100th Anniversary of the 1913 Women’s Suffrage March.
5:47 pm HT Approx. 8 min. Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was ... Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was one of the middle school section third prize-winning videos in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2013 contest participants were asked to send a message to the president on the issue they consider most important in 2013.
12:27 am HT Approx. 24 min. Sewall-Belmont House and Museum Tour Jennifer Krafchik Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the ... Assistant Director Jennifer Krafchik, the director of collections, gave a tour of the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum, displaying artifacts as she talked about Alice Paul, the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and the the protests that helped lead to the 19th Amendment. The final necessary state ratified the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, and the secretary of state certified the amendment’s adoption on August 26, 1920.
The museum is the headquarters of the historic National Woman’s Party and was the Washington home of its founder and Equal Rights Amendment author Alice Paul from 1929 until 1972.
5:57 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. Lessons from the War in Afghanistan Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in ... Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in Afghanistan. They examined what went wrong and how to avoid those mistakes in the future. Topics included Ambassador James Dobbins, the U.S. representative at the December 2001 Bonn Conference where the international community determined to end the conflict in Afghanistan, speaking on inadequate forces and resources; Rajiv Chandrasekaran, who reported from Afghanistan and Iraq, saying that the U.S. squandered the first year of President Obama’s surge; and Colonel Gian Gentile, a former Army Combat Unit Commander in Baghdad, on why U.S. strategy in Afghanistan and Iraq did not work. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
“The War in Afghanistan: What Went Wrong?” was held at the Cato institute.
12:54 am HT Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Battle Over the Equal Rights Amendment Kirsten Swinth Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of ... Fordham University history professor Kirsten Swinth delivered a lecture about the consideration of the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and 1980s. The Equal Rights Amendment was a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would guarantee certain rights for women. It passed Congress but was not ratified by the required number of state legislatures.
7:34 pm HT Approx. 59 min. Energy Policy and Fracking Phelim McAleer; Ann McElhinney; Gale Norton Following Gale Norton’s introductory remarks, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer talked about ... Following Gale Norton’s introductory remarks, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer talked about their documentary, FrackNation: The Miracle and the Madness. In their speech, they detailed how they evolved from being liberal European journalists to making a film to address what they call misinformation about the process of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” for natural gas.
This event was part of the annual Leadership Program of the Rockies retreat, a Colorado institute that provides economic and political leadership training.
8:35 pm HT Approx. 26 min. Michael O'Neill on the State of the U.S. Economy Fred Hochberg; Michael O'Neill Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his ... Michael O’Neill spoke at the annual Export-Import Bank Conference. He said some of his top concerns included congressional gridlock, the European economy and cyber security. in Washington, He expressed confidence in the state of the banking industry, saying financial institutions were ready to start lending more money once demand in the economy picked up.
9:02 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. Competition in Global Markets Panelists spoke about international trade and business competition. Among the topics they ... Panelists spoke about international trade and business competition. Among the topics they addressed were education, energy policy, and immigration. They also talked about partisanship in Washington and its impact on policy making. They responded to questions from the audience.
10:03 pm HT Approx. 20 min. Ray LaHood on Transportation Infrastructure Fred Hochberg; Ray LaHood Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service ... Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said President Obama was committed to expanded rail service including a north to south corridor in California. He also talked about transportation safety, foreign investment in the U.S. and the impact of automatic spending cuts on air travel. He responded to questions from the audience.
10:24 pm HT Approx. 35 min. Vice President Biden on U.S. and Global Economy Joseph Biden; Jenny Fulton Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among ... Vice President Biden spoke at the Export-Import Bank’s 2013 Annual Conference. Among the topics he addressed were international trade and competition, expanding markets in Asia, domestic job creation, and intellectual property issues.
11:01 pm HT Approx. 8 min. Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was ... Lauren Frost and Camille Torfs-Leibman’s video, Fishable, Swimmable, Drinkable, was one of the middle school section third prize-winning videos in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2013 contest participants were asked to send a message to the president on the issue they consider most important in 2013.
11:12 pm HT Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. Lessons from the War in Afghanistan Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in ... Three scholars talked about the lessons that could be learned from the war in Afghanistan. They examined what went wrong and how to avoid those mistakes in the future. Topics included Ambassador James Dobbins, the U.S. representative at the December 2001 Bonn Conference where the international community determined to end the conflict in Afghanistan, speaking on inadequate forces and resources; Rajiv Chandrasekaran, who reported from Afghanistan and Iraq, saying that the U.S. squandered the first year of President Obama’s surge; and Colonel Gian Gentile, a former Army Combat Unit Commander in Baghdad, on why U.S. strategy in Afghanistan and Iraq did not work. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
“The War in Afghanistan: What Went Wrong?” was held at the Cato institute.
12:50 am HT Approx. 8 min. In Sickness and in Health Care Aaron Mirtes and Chaz Olivier’s video, In Sickness and in Health Care, was one of the ... Aaron Mirtes and Chaz Olivier’s video, In Sickness and in Health Care, was one of the high school section third prize-winning videos in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were twelfth graders at Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, Tennessee.
The local cable provider was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2013 contest participants were asked to send a message to the president on the issue they consider most important in 2013.