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President Dwight Eisenhower was in the White House during a transformational time, and his granddaughter says his goal was to unite the country with "middle road" ideas that would allow people to resolve their differences and compromise. In this edition of Update-1, NPC Broadcast Podcast team member Irv Chapman talks to Susan Eisenhower about her latest book, "How Ike Lead." She discusses how the president always listened to dissenting points of view and took responsibility for his decisions. She also talks about the closeness of her family allowing her to get to know her grandfather very
Retired Associated Press reporter Michael Graczyk may have witnessed more executions than any journalist in American history. Working at the AP’s Houston bureau, one of Graczyk’s assignments was to cover the Texas Department of Corrections.
Diane Foley, president and founder of the James Foley Legacy Foundation, discusses the mission and work of the organization started in memory of her son, James Foley, on this edition of Update-1. James Foley was a freelance correspondent, videographer, and conflict journalist covering the Syrian war when he was killed by ISIS in August of 2014, the first American citizen killed by the Islamic state.