• PBS NewsHour -- Using poetry to shed light on the worst of memories
    Using poetry to shed light on the worst ...
    Just over a century ago, the Armenian Genocide saw the expulsion and death of at ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Hulk Hogan, media ethics and the battling Internet moguls
    Hulk Hogan, media ethics and the ...
    When Hulk Hogan won $140 million in court from millionaire Nick Denton’s ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- The high art of political stagecraft in the age of optics
    The high art of political stagecraft in ...
    In this age of internet media and 24 hour news coverage, visuals can make or ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- The growing economic power of Latino-Americans
    The growing economic power of ...
    While much of the rhetoric regarding Latinos this election cycle has focused on ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will Libertarian ticket impact the 2016 presidential race?
    Will Libertarian ticket impact the 2016 ...
    Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR join John Yang ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Drug tests present major hurdle for employers
    Drug tests present major hurdle for ...
    As the unemployment rate drops across the country, employers are running into ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Drug tests present major hurdle for employers
    Drug tests present major hurdle for ...
    As the unemployment rate drops across the country, employers are running into ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What to expect during the California primary
    What to expect during the California ...
    The 475 pledged delegates at stake in the Democratic race for the presidential ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Alzheimer’s could be caused by past infections
    Alzheimer’s could be caused by past ...
    More than five million Americans live with Alzheimer’s, a degenerative brain ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How South Dakota is luring attorneys to remote areas
    How South Dakota is luring attorneys to ...
    As more and more states struggle with declining rural populations, these areas ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- A look at world’s nuclear reality, 70 years after Hiroshima
    A look at world’s nuclear reality, 70 ...
    President Obama used his unprecedented visit to Hiroshima to call attention to ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- News Wrap: G-7 leaders hit Beijing on South China Sea spat
    News Wrap: G-7 leaders hit Beijing on ...
    In our news wrap Friday, the G-7 summit in Japan ended with world leaders ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Brooks on Obama’s historic Hiroshima visit
    Shields and Brooks on Obama’s historic ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- ‘Top Chef’ Tom Colicchio on staggering U.S. food waste
    ‘Top Chef’ Tom Colicchio on ...
    The United States wastes roughly 70 billion pounds of food every year, an ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- 'Courtroom dogs' help child crime victims tell their stories
    'Courtroom dogs' help child crime ...
    Getting child crime victims to open up is never easy for investigators and ...
    0:08:03
  • PBS NewsHour -- ‘Top Chef’ Tom Colicchio on staggering U.S. food waste
    ‘Top Chef’ Tom Colicchio on ...
    The United States wastes roughly 70 billion pounds of food every year, an ...
    0:04:40
  • PBS NewsHour -- D.C.’s music scene goes ‘Live at 9:30’
    D.C.’s music scene goes ‘Live at ...
    For more than 30 years, D.C.’s 9:30 Club has been widely acclaimed as one of ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- World leaders wary of a Donald Trump presidency
    World leaders wary of a Donald Trump ...
    Donald Trump’s rise to the top of the Republican party has perturbed many ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- New ‘superbug’ becomes first drug-proof bacteria to hit U.S
    New ‘superbug’ becomes first ...
    A 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman has been found carrying a strain of E. coli ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- U.S. innovators dogged by money-grubbing ‘patent trolls’
    U.S. innovators dogged by money-grubbing ...
    The U.S. economy is driven by innovation, but unwelcome “patent trolls” are ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Ecuador looks to rebuild after devastating earthquake
    Ecuador looks to rebuild after ...
    It’s been just over a month since a deadly earthquake devastated Ecuador’s ...
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