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Cassie and Sunny try to find evidence to conclusively prove their suspect is Hayley Reid's murderer, and discover a dark, large history that is more than they reckoned with, causing Cassie to question her career.
Pullman was supposed to be an idyllic worker's town. But the restrictions and deprivations imposed by the wealthy George Pullman on his workers eventually led to one of the biggest labor actions in American history: the Pullman strike, which began 125 years ago.
Mother's Day is May 12, and if you're realizing that you forgot all about it or just want a quirky way to celebrate your mother, Sesame Street is here to help, with five fun cards for the holiday.
The James Beard Awards, a coveted achievement among America's chefs and food industry, were held tonight. Out of fourteen Chicago finalists, four took home an Award.
As new stories and backgrounds emerge around the Hayley Reid case, suspicion begins to shift from the initial promising subjects. A mistake leads to a disastrous consequence and a devastating feeling of guilt for Cassie. But the investigation narrows in on the culprit.
Cosette begins to stifle under Jean's protectiveness, and her desire to see the world leads to encounters with several familiar – including some unwelcome – characters. Colonel Pontmercy's son Marius learns more about his father and revolts against his grandfather.
Mother Mildred becomes interested in working conditions when she comes to Poplar and tends to a family with three generations of dockworkers. Lucille's romance hits a rough patch, while she tries to help a young single mother intent on keeping her daughter despite her parents' wishes.
A musical spectacle in celebration of an annual prize, a fascinating journey along the volatile India-Pakistan border, a documentary about a pioneering Asian American politician as well as a local documentary, and a beloved annual PBS tradition.
Media attention around the re-opening of the Hayley Reid case becomes unbearable and even dangerous. Cassie and Sunny hear allegations of darkness in the pasts of some of their prime suspects, four schoolmates who seem to have lied to the detectives.
Jean Valjean fails Fantine and promises to make amends by finding and caring for her daughter, who is cruelly abused by the abhorrent Thénardiers at their inn. Javert is still determined to lock Jean away for the rest of his life.
A husband suffers during his wife's pregnancy while another woman learns she has a rare condition that causes her to have a life-altering identity crisis. And both Phyllis and Lucille reluctantly face romantic interests.
Chicago has long been a center of African American business, from Johnson Publishing Co. to the hair-care company Johnson Products. Meet three black entrepreneurs of a younger generation, who have utilized digital savvy to grow their businesses.
Cassie and Sunny interview four schoolmates who rented a cabin in Hayley's town the night she disappeared and begin to learn more about their pasts and their lives, while a former suspect refuses to speak to the detectives.
Fantine makes a difficult decision in order to provide for her daughter, but fortune continues to conspire against her. Jean Valjean has remade his life, but Javert is still hellbent on finding and capturing him – and he's closing in.