Police and Domestic Violence; Rebuilding the White House; Gore Vidal's Private Life; Lincoln in the World
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Frontline correspondent Walt Bogdanich on what happens when police officers are involved domestic violence cases. Find out how the Truman Administration literally rebuilt the White House after they discovered that the building was on the brink of collapse. Tim Teeman reveals the complicated private life of Gore Vidal. And we’ll look at Abraham Lincoln’s foreign policy and how the 16th president managed to convince European powers not to intervene in the Civil War on behalf of the Confederacy.