• PBS NewsHour -- Daily airstrikes, specter of ISIS loom over Aleppo civilians
    Daily airstrikes, specter of ISIS loom ...
    The plight of refugees fleeing the war in Syria has been well documented across ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What signal is Iran sending with recent missile tests?
    What signal is Iran sending with recent ...
    The landmark Iran nuclear accord is soon due to be implemented fully, but ...
    0:07:03
  • PBS NewsHour -- Invasive crayfish threaten species in Oregon's Crater Lake
    Invasive crayfish threaten species in ...
    At Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, the site of the deepest lake in the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What's in store for Congress in 2016?
    What's in store for Congress in 2016?
    As President Obama enters the last full year of his presidency, he'll have to ...
    0:03:50
  • PBS NewsHour -- Bad bargain? Mobile homeowners feel financial strain
    Bad bargain? Mobile homeowners feel ...
    Twenty million Americans live in mobile, or manufactured, homes that offer ...
    0:10:41
  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s next for communities devastated by Mo. flooding?
    What’s next for communities devastated ...
    In Missouri, site of devastating flooding along the Mississippi River and its ...
    0:07:26
  • PBS NewsHour -- Critics share films you shouldn’t miss from 2015
    Critics share films you shouldn’t miss ...
    What was the best movie of the year? The best performance of the year? The most ...
    0:10:27
  • PBS NewsHour -- Cosby’s own words helped prosecutors build sex assault case
    Cosby’s own words helped prosecutors ...
    Comedian Bill Cosby has been charged with sexual assault in connection to ...
    0:06:45
  • PBS NewsHour -- Did the U.S. spy on Israel amid Iran deal lobbying?
    Did the U.S. spy on Israel amid Iran ...
    The rift between the U.S. and Israel over the Iran deal was no secret, but ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How Congress found a way to agree in 2015
    How Congress found a way to agree in ...
    Congress ended 2015 on an unusually productive note. A $1 trillion compromise ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- 2015's biggest breakthrough could deliver designer babies
    2015's biggest breakthrough could ...
    CRISPR, a new method for editing genes, has been called a development that could ...
    0:09:15
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why we shouldn’t let the food industry dictate our diets
    Why we shouldn’t let the food industry ...
    Michael Pollan's bestselling book "In Defense of Food" was a call to arms for ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How Puerto Rico is coping with the worst drought in decades
    How Puerto Rico is coping with the worst ...
    The tropical island of Puerto Rico has been scrambling for a precious resource: ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Poet evokes the black female form across history
    Poet evokes the black female form across ...
    "Voyage of the Sable Venus," the first collection from Robin Coste Lewis, is the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Guinea reaches Ebola-free milestone
    Guinea reaches Ebola-free milestone
    Guinea, the first country hit with the deadly Ebola outbreak nearly two years ...
    0:05:54
  • PBS NewsHour -- Will a new cybersecurity law make us safer?
    Will a new cybersecurity law make us ...
    Folded into the massive spending and tax cut bill was a significant and ...
    0:07:15
  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s stirring up this winter’s extreme storms?
    What’s stirring up this winter’s ...
    Violent weather has battered the South and Midwest in recent days, bringing the ...
    0:06:10
  • PBS NewsHour -- Remembering arts greats Ellsworth Kelly, Haskell Wexler
    Remembering arts greats Ellsworth Kelly, ...
    Haskell Wexler, 93, was a giant in the world of cinematography in the 1960s and ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Is it really gluten-free? You could soon test it table-side
    Is it really gluten-free? You could soon ...
    For people with food allergies or sensitivities, the pleasure of dining out can ...
    0:07:28
  • PBS NewsHour -- No charges in Tamir Rice case, new anger for Chicago police
    No charges in Tamir Rice case, new anger ...
    There will be no charges filed in the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice ...
    0:12:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- 2015 was a year of campaign surprises
    2015 was a year of campaign surprises
    The 2016 race for the White House has taken some surprising turns, and 2016 ...
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