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  • Act of Valor: The Story of Col. Barnum’s Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Act of Valor: The Story of Col. Barnum’s Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Retired U.S. Marine Corps Officer Colonel Harvey “Barney” Barnum saved over 130 lives during the Vietnam War, leading a counterattack while facing hea...

  • Bravery Defined: The Story of Sgt. Morris’ Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Bravery Defined: The Story of Sgt. Morris’ Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Staff Sgt. Melvin Morris served two tours in Vietnam as a Green Beret. On one of those tours, he crossed enemy lines and took three shots to his chest...

  • Honor Delayed: Veterans Receiving the Medal of Honor Years After Being R...

    May 24, 2020

    Honor Delayed: Veterans Receiving the Medal of Honor Years After Being R...

    May 24, 2020

    More than 3,500 armed service members have received the Medal of Honor, the U.S. military’s highest and most prestigious decoration. Yet, some militar...

  • A Month of Marathons: How a Double Amputee Raised Thousands for Charity

    May 24, 2020

    A Month of Marathons: How a Double Amputee Raised Thousands for Charity

    May 24, 2020

    Rob Jones, a retired U.S. Marine, is the only double, above-the-knee amputee to bike from Maine to California. Then, he completed a month of consecuti...

  • The New Ways Muslims Are Celebrating Ramadan During COVID-19

    May 17, 2020

    The New Ways Muslims Are Celebrating Ramadan During COVID-19

    May 17, 2020

    Ramadan is usually one of the most social months for Muslims. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, traditional celebrations have had to change. Matter...

  • Reassembling Detroit: Getting People Back to Work While Keeping Them Hea...

    May 17, 2020

    Reassembling Detroit: Getting People Back to Work While Keeping Them Hea...

    May 17, 2020

    State leaders across the country are struggling to find a balance between getting people back to work and keeping them healthy. In Michigan, more than...

  • Act of Valor: The Story of Col. Barnum’s Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Act of Valor: The Story of Col. Barnum’s Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Retired U.S. Marine Corps Officer Colonel Harvey “Barney” Barnum saved over 130 lives during the Vietnam War, leading a counterattack while facing hea...

  • Bravery Defined: The Story of Sgt. Morris’ Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Bravery Defined: The Story of Sgt. Morris’ Medal of Honor

    May 24, 2020

    Staff Sgt. Melvin Morris served two tours in Vietnam as a Green Beret. On one of those tours, he crossed enemy lines and took three shots to his chest...

  • Honor Delayed: Veterans Receiving the Medal of Honor Years After Being R...

    May 24, 2020

    Honor Delayed: Veterans Receiving the Medal of Honor Years After Being R...

    May 24, 2020

    More than 3,500 armed service members have received the Medal of Honor, the U.S. military’s highest and most prestigious decoration. Yet, some militar...

  • A Month of Marathons: How a Double Amputee Raised Thousands for Charity

    May 24, 2020

    A Month of Marathons: How a Double Amputee Raised Thousands for Charity

    May 24, 2020

    Rob Jones, a retired U.S. Marine, is the only double, above-the-knee amputee to bike from Maine to California. Then, he completed a month of consecuti...

  • The New Ways Muslims Are Celebrating Ramadan During COVID-19

    May 17, 2020

    The New Ways Muslims Are Celebrating Ramadan During COVID-19

    May 17, 2020

    Ramadan is usually one of the most social months for Muslims. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, traditional celebrations have had to change. Matter...

  • Reassembling Detroit: Getting People Back to Work While Keeping Them Hea...

    May 17, 2020

    Reassembling Detroit: Getting People Back to Work While Keeping Them Hea...

    May 17, 2020

    State leaders across the country are struggling to find a balance between getting people back to work and keeping them healthy. In Michigan, more than...

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    This week on Matter of Fact, states are looking to get people back to work while keeping them healthy. Correspondent Jessica Gomez takes us to Detroit...

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    What can the 1918 flu pandemic teach us about our current pandemic? Special Contributor Joie Chen introduces us to a historian who fears we’ll see a s...

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    This week on Matter of Fact, how long can farmers get food to your table? Correspondent Jessica Gomez shows us how the coronavirus pandemic is straini...

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    This weekend on Matter of Fact, how soon is too soon to reopen the country amid the coronavirus pandemic? Soledad O'Brien speaks with Dr. Tom Frieden,...

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    This Week on Matter of Fact, Special contributor Joie Chen takes us to Washington, DC, one of the most dangerous places in the U.S. to give birth, whe...

  • April 11, 2020

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    This week on Matter of Fact, millions of students across the country rely on school lunches to be fed throughout the week. We take a look at an army o...

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