US Election 2016: Great debate moments from US history - VIDEO - 24 September 2016
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing to go head to head in the first US presidential debate on Monday.
Debates are a chance for the public to put candidates under the microscope, with everyone watching carefully for mistakes and defining moments.
Nick Bryant takes a look through American presidential debates and discovers the turning points you might have forgotten."
Snapchat launches sunglasses with camera - 24 September 2016
"The device, which the company is calling Spectacles, will go on sale later this year priced at $130 (£100).
The glasses will record up to 30 seconds of video at at time..."
English @ the Movies: 'More To You Than Meets The Eye'- VIDEO
"Our English @ the Movies phrase today is "more to you than meets the eye."
The movie is "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them--" from the author of Harry Potter. It involves a wizard having adventures in New York City.
Watch to see what "more to you than meets the eye" means."
Yodelice - More than meets the eye
+ LYRICS: "You are the one, Let's have some fun
You show I run, You are the one
There's more to us, Than meets the eye
More to the world, Than you and I..."
500 Million Yahoo Accounts Attacked- Text + Audio - 23 September 2016
"Yahoo says hundreds of millions of its accounts were hacked in 2014. Many people are reacting to the news on social media."
'The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky' by Stephen Crane: Part One- Text + Audio + Video
"This week's episode of American Stories features Part One of "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" by Stephen Crane.
It tells the story of a newly married couple in the Old West. They face danger when they arrive in Yellow Sky."
The Relaxing Waters of Hot Springs National Park- Text + Audio + Photos - 23 September 2016
"This week on our national parks journey, we head south to the state of Arkansas.
It is home to a national park that is perfect for resting and renewing a tired body. Welcome to Hot Springs National Park!"
Searching for the American Dream - 16 February 2015
"This week the New York Times reported that only 64 percent of the public still believe in the American Dream, which they defined as a faith that “hard work could result in riches.” But the reports of the death of the American Dream are premature. The Dream has evolved and changed over time just as the nation has changed. At each critical juncture as we have evolved from an agrarian, to an industrial, to a knowledge economy, how we define the American Dream has changed with us."
Thanks to Nicolas O.