Former civil rights activist and educator “Miss Minnie”, first profiled by WSJ at President Obama’s 2009 inauguration, offers her perspective on how Obama has done over the past four years. WSJ’s Andy Jordan also talks to her fellow citizens of Georgetown, South Carolina to find out what they think of Obama and what the next …
/> The Second Act Of Jim McGreevey 12/20/2011 7:07:39 PM Seven years after resigning in scandal as governor of New Jersey, Jim McGreevey is ministering to prisoners and pushing for reform of the penal system. He speaks with WSJ’s Andy Jordan in this in-depth report.
The Kennedy Repose: Uncommon Mourners 8/28/2009 Mourners who joked and cheered as much as they cried greeted Kennedy family members at the JFK Library and Museum in Boston. WSJ’s Andy Jordan finds a silver lining to the loss (literally).
Andy Jordan’s American Journey–Part 3: Reno–Geothermal from Andy Jordan on Vimeo. Reno: America’s Biggest Little Geothermal City 3/5/2009 WSJ’s Andy Jordan visits Reno, Nev., where Ormat Technologies Inc. provides enough geothermal power to supply the city’s residents with electricity. This is the latest installment in The Wall Street Journal’s “American Journey” series.