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GPB's Latest

Watch "Civilizations" on GPB Passport

From Asia to Latin America, Africa to Europe, America to the Middle East, the bold new series, "Civilizations," tells the story of art from the dawn of human history to the present day. You can stream the entire nine-part series on GPB Passport, a donor benefit that provides you with access to an extended online library of quality local and national public television programs streaming on demand.

April 20, 2018

Two Way Street

Exploring the issues, people and events that make Georgia a vibrant place to live, work and play. Sunday at 11 am on GPB Radio or streaming live at GPB.org.

April 20, 2018

Civilizations Examines The Power of Art and Human Creativity Across Cultures

What drives us to create? The new nine-part series premieres Tuesday, April 17.

April 20, 2018

Bainbridge & Bartow County Each Reveal Major Jobs Announcements

Two Georgia counties each land major jobs announcements topping 500 new positions and millions in new investment.

April 20, 2018

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April 20, 2018

Episode 837: The Belt, The Road And The Money

Patrick Ho runs a think tank, and one of his favorite subjects to think about is China's entry onto the global stage. In April of 2017, Ho made a speech about the world's need for a dramatic reorganization of power, and his mission to make it happen. Seven months later, FBI agents arrested Patrick Ho, charging him with money laundering and bribery. Today on the show, we follow the money around the world, and get a rare look into how China is scrambling for resources. Music: Giovanni Kiyingi's " Kaleeba " from the album Amakondeere. " The Craft ," " Tell Me What to Do ," and " Take the Lead ." Find us: Twitter / Facebook / Instagram Subscribe to our show on Apple Podcasts , PocketCasts and NPR One . Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
April 20, 2018

Romaine Lettuce: Don't Eat It!

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expanded its warning to consumers Friday to stay away from all types of romaine lettuce grown in the Yuma, Ariz., region because of an E. coli outbreak that has infected at least 61 people in 16 states. The agency had previously instructed people not to eat chopped and bagged romaine lettuce from the area. But the new warning includes whole heads of romaine in addition to all of the packaged products. Although the warning is limited to greens grown in the Southwest corner of Arizona, officials note product labels often do not identify growing regions, and whole heads of lettuce offer little to no information about the vegetable's origin. Their advice: "Throw out any romaine lettuce if you're uncertain about where it was grown. ... even if some of it was eaten and no one has gotten sick." A newly reported outbreak of E. coli OH157:H7 in the Anvil Mountain Correctional Center in Nome, Alaska, prompted the CDC to broaden its recommendations
April 20, 2018

South African Government Ramping Up Efforts To Get More Land Into Black Ownership

Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: The government of South Africa is ramping up efforts to get more land into black ownership. A controversial plan under consideration would seize property from owners without paying them and redistribute it. Land reform has been a key issue since the end of white minority rule 24 years ago, but blacks still largely don't hold land. Peter Granitz reports from Pretoria. PETER GRANITZ, BYLINE: Twenty-five-year-old John Ratema is a college graduate armed with an education in finance, but he's unemployed. Joblessness in South Africa is high, and he's had no luck finding anything in his field. So now he says he's contemplating a future in farming. JOHN RATEMA: Because I grew up in a place where we used to do gardens and so for - to - for living. The spinach, tomatoes - and tried just to sell them. GRANITZ: The catch - he doesn't own any land. The garden plot of his youth was in far northern South Africa. He moved here to central
April 20, 2018

Betting On Artificial Intelligence To Guide Earthquake Response

A startup company in California is using machine learning and artificial intelligence to advise fire departments about how to plan for earthquakes and respond to them. The company, One Concern, hopes its algorithms can take a lot of the guesswork out of the planning process for disaster response by making accurate predictions about earthquake damage. It's one of a handful of companies rolling out artificial intelligence and machine learning systems that could help predict and respond to floods, cyber-attacks and other large-scale disasters. Nicole Hu, One Concern's chief technology officer, says the key is to feed the computers three main categories of data. The first is data about homes and other buildings, such as what materials they're made of, when they were built and how likely they are to collapse when the ground starts shaking. The next category is data about the natural environment. For example, "What is the soil like? What is the elevation like? What is the general humidity
April 20, 2018

Trucker In Human Smuggling Case Sentenced To Life In Prison

A U.S. district judge handed a sentence of life in prison today to a driver who was transporting undocumented immigrants in a tractor-trailer so hot that ten people died. "I am so sorry it happened," said James Matthew Bradley Jr. in a video statement played in court which The San Antonio Express-News reported . "There's not a day or night that goes by that I don't relive this scene." The vehicle was parked behind a Walmart in San Antonio on a hot night in July 2017. Following a call from a Walmart employee, law enforcement found 39 undocumented immigrants — eight that had already died and dozens more who were so sick that they required hospitalization. Two more immigrants died after the discovery was made. Up to 200 people were once inside the vehicle, survivors said, as quoted by in court documents. It was nicknamed el camión de la muerte — the truck of death . Signs of struggle in the human smuggling operation were everywhere: a hole in the wall that people took turns to breathe
April 20, 2018
Georgia at Work

Social Circle Is Latest Georgia City To Receive Influx Of Manufacturing Jobs, Investment

Remember when we told you manufacturing jobs were en vogue in Georgia? Here's more proof!

April 20, 2018
Education Matters

Teachers: Join Us For A Day Of Discovery In June

Join us for free professional development to ignite your classroom through Computational Thinking!

April 19, 2018
Georgia at Work

As Manufacturing Picks Up In the State, Governor Deal Reminds Georgia Its Workforce Needs To Keep Up

Manufacturing jobs are available in Georgia RIGHT NOW, but companies need qualified workers. Here’s how you can get qualified.

April 18, 2018
Education Matters

Need A Final Boost For The Last Weeks Of School? We've Got You Covered

Even though this winter never seemed like it would end, and was one that will live in Georgians' minds for decades to come, summer is inevitably near. The pollen is on its way and the Masters...

April 17, 2018
MyGPB

Examine The Power of Art and Human Creativity Across Cultures With Civilizations, Premiering Tuesday, April 17

What drives us to create? The new nine-part series Civilizations, premiering Tuesday, April 17, examines the idea that the human urge comes from wanting to make something with an eternal quality that...

April 16, 2018

Education Blogs

Teachers: Join Us For A Day Of Discovery In June

Join us for free professional development to ignite your classroom through Computational Thinking!

April 19, 2018

Need A Final Boost For The Last Weeks Of School? We've Got You Covered

Even though this winter never seemed like it would end, and was one that will live in Georgians' minds for decades to come, summer is inevitably near. The pollen is on its way and the Masters...

April 17, 2018

5 Ways In 5 Days: Counting Down To The GA Studies Milestones

Explore these 5 ways to help students prepare for the GA social studies Milestones test.

April 12, 2018

Education Spotlight

GASHA GO!

GASHA GO! is a new skill-building math game for kids in kindergarten through third grade from GPB Education. The game focuses on developing children’s number sense which is a sense of what numbers...

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