• PBS NewsHour -- Boston bombing victims react to Tsarnaev death sentence
    Boston bombing victims react to Tsarnaev ...
    Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to death for the 2013 Boston Marathon ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- GOP renews abortion battle with eyes on the Supreme Court
    GOP renews abortion battle with eyes on ...
    This week Republicans passed a bill to ban most abortions after 20 weeks of ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Railroads face challenges implementing safety technology
    Railroads face challenges implementing ...
    The Amtrak derailment has spurred questions and concerns about the safety, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- This high school trains Baltimore’s students to be artists
    This high school trains Baltimore’s ...
    At the Baltimore School for the Arts, students are admitted solely on their ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will funding cuts kill scientific discovery in the US?
    Will funding cuts kill scientific ...
    As federal funding for biomedical research has been declining in real dollars ...
    0:08:14
  • PBS NewsHour -- Can genetically modified mosquitoes curb Dengue fever?
    Can genetically modified mosquitoes curb ...
    Officials in the Florida Keys are considering using genetically modified ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Amtrak crash drives Capitol Hill debate over funding
    Amtrak crash drives Capitol Hill debate ...
    Shortly after the deadly Amtrak train crash in Philadelphia, a House committee ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Philadelphia residents pitch in to help train crash victims
    Philadelphia residents pitch in to help ...
    While investigators pore over the evidence of the Amtrak train that crashed ...
    0:03:35
  • PBS NewsHour -- Did the Gulf nations summit fall short of U.S. hopes?
    Did the Gulf nations summit fall short ...
    Before leaders from the Persian Gulf arrived for a summit at Camp David, ...
    0:05:59
  • PBS NewsHour -- Do better-paid workers equal better business?
    Do better-paid workers equal better ...
    Recently, insurance company Aetna voluntarily upped its minimum wage to $16 per ...
    0:06:55
  • PBS NewsHour -- See the world’s oldest-known parchment letter
    See the world’s oldest-known parchment ...
    In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a business letter from 12th century, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Organic food pioneer shares life’s work, from farm to table
    Organic food pioneer shares life’s ...
    From a farm in the Austrian Alps, to the first certified organic restaurant in ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will the Asia trade pact give U.S. companies more customers?
    Will the Asia trade pact give U.S. ...
    Days after Senate Democrats blocked debate over the president’s fast-track ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Philadelphia Mayor Nutter on derailed train rescue efforts
    Philadelphia Mayor Nutter on derailed ...
    Officials are still searching for passengers who may have been on an Amtrak ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Sen. Warren: Obama should make trade deal details public
    Sen. Warren: Obama should make trade ...
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is one of the more vocal opponents in the debate ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- A life in news, translated into poetry
    A life in news, translated into poetry
    NewsHour audiences know Jeffrey Brown for his reporting on breaking news, as ...
    0:07:58
  • PBS NewsHour -- Site of train disaster didn’t have speed control system
    Site of train disaster didn’t have ...
    Investigators says that the Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia was going ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Is gender identity biologically hard-wired?
    Is gender identity biologically ...
    At an early age, 8-year-old Skyler Kelly began to let his parents know that what ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Hatch: Trade bill one of the most important in U.S. history
    Hatch: Trade bill one of the most ...
    Supporters of a proposed trade pact with Asia ran into a roadblock Tuesday when ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Nepal suffers ‘carpeted destruction’ and lingering fear
    Nepal suffers ‘carpeted destruction’ ...
    Freelance journalist Donatella Lorch was having lunch on the fifth floor terrace ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Photographer looks for where Americans find community
    Photographer looks for where Americans ...
    What does community look like in America today? Photographer Alec Soth spent two ...
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