• PBS NewsHour -- Why is it so difficult to stop mass shootings in the U.S.?
    Why is it so difficult to stop mass ...
    Following recent mass shootings, we speak to author and advocate Mark Kelly, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Are for-profit universities taking advantage of veterans?
    Are for-profit universities taking ...
    Since 2009, the G.I. Bill has paid up to $21,000 a year of college tuition for ...
    0:11:01
  • PBS NewsHour -- Aziz Ansari wants to help you find a mate. Seriously.
    Aziz Ansari wants to help you find a ...
    In the modern world, romance is just a click away. Dating sites have sprung up, ...
    0:06:17
  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Brooks on guns, Iran, Clinton’s emails
    Shields and Brooks on guns, Iran, ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join ...
    0:12:10
  • PBS NewsHour -- News Wrap: Turkish soldier killed by Islamic State fire
    News Wrap: Turkish soldier killed by ...
    In our news wrap Thursday, Islamic State militants fired across the border from ...
    0:05:12
  • PBS NewsHour -- Colorado program that reduces teen pregnancy in jeopardy
    Colorado program that reduces teen ...
    For six years, the Colorado Family Planning Initiative has been providing free ...
    0:06:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- Kerry defends Iran nuclear deal to lawmakers
    Kerry defends Iran nuclear deal to ...
    There were testy exchanges and blunt talk in a Senate hearing on the Iran ...
    0:05:02
  • PBS NewsHour -- After major advances, barriers remain for disabled Americans
    After major advances, barriers remain ...
    Twenty-five years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law, ...
    0:14:50
  • PBS NewsHour -- Ta-Nehisi Coates on history’s burden for African-Americans
    Ta-Nehisi Coates on history’s burden ...
    In his new book, “Between the World and Me,” Atlantic magazine columnist ...
    0:07:05
  • PBS NewsHour -- Alice Waters teaches slow food values in a fast food world
    Alice Waters teaches slow food values in ...
    Alice Waters, owner and former chef of the legendary Chez Panisse restaurant and ...
    0:02:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- Boy’s defiance of bullies earns him a White House invite
    Boy’s defiance of bullies earns him a ...
    In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, 11-year-old Logan Fairbanks of ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Two drugs show promise in slowing Alzheimer’s progression
    Two drugs show promise in slowing ...
    Two companies have announced new progress in the development of the first drugs ...
    0:06:06
  • PBS NewsHour -- You can now watch a century of historic newsreels on YouTube
    You can now watch a century of historic ...
    In our NewsHour Shares video of the day, 555,000 archival newsreel videos are ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Here’s how hackers can turn off your car as you drive
    Here’s how hackers can turn off your ...
    Driving on a highway in St. Louis, WIRED writer Andy Greenberg allowed himself ...
    0:07:46
  • PBS NewsHour -- Should Sandra Bland have been arrested?
    Should Sandra Bland have been arrested?
    New video of Sandra Bland's traffic stop shows the aggressive arrest before she ...
    0:05:46
  • PBS NewsHour -- Nazi hunter targets former labor camp guard in Denmark
    Nazi hunter targets former labor camp ...
    A leading Nazi hunter has urged authorities in Denmark to investigate ...
    0:07:12
  • PBS NewsHour -- Pulitzer winner wants his readers to question their limits
    Pulitzer winner wants his readers to ...
    When Gregory Pardlo found out he won the Pulitzer Prize for his book ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Today's newest teachers face tough job odds, high turnover
    Today's newest teachers face tough job ...
    Is it a good time to become a teacher? Salaries haven't kept up with inflation, ...
    0:07:33
  • PBS NewsHour -- Can we end AIDS by 2030?
    Can we end AIDS by 2030?
    At the 2015 International AIDS Society Conference, researchers confirmed that ...
    0:09:02
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why are so many children living in poverty?
    Why are so many children living in ...
    Child poverty is worse now than it was before the Great Recession, despite ...
    0:07:05
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why some Americans are volunteering to fight IS
    Why some Americans are volunteering to ...
    The State Department estimates that more than 150 Americans, including some U.S. ...
    0:09:11