Stephen Ives is an advisor at Retro Report and a leading independent documentary filmmaker. In 1987, Ives began a decade-long collaboration with filmmaker Ken Burns, as a co-producer of a history of the United States Congress, and as a consulting producer on the groundbreaking series, The Civil War and Baseball. Ives’ landmark series The West was seen by more than 38 million people nationwide during its national PBS premiere in the fall of 1996. Stephen has directed multiple films for American Experience, including Seabiscuit, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Kit Carson, Roads to Memphis, Panama Canal, and Custer’s Last Stand, and many others projects for PBS.
Bush v. Gore: How a Recount Dispute Affects Voting Today
The dramatic controversy surrounding the 2000 presidential election led to sweeping voting reforms, but opened the door to a new set of problems that continue to affect elections today.politics
For decades the United States has been on a quest to perfect stealth technology, but development of the F-35 fighter jet shows just how complicated dreams can become.science-technologymilitary
Power Line Fears
News media coverage in the 1980s and early 1990s fueled fears of a national cancer epidemic caused by power lines and generated a debate that still lingers today.Science & Technology