• PBS NewsHour -- Meet China’s ‘left behind’ children
    Meet China’s ‘left behind’ ...
    In a small private kindergarten in China’s southern Fujian province, most of ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What can the U.S. do to stop the Islamic State?
    What can the U.S. do to stop the Islamic ...
    New victories by the Islamic State in Syria, Iraq and Libya are fueling debate ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How to hook young people on math and science? Robots!
    How to hook young people on math and ...
    In the United States, the number of college students pursuing degrees in math ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Inside the crusade against Colorado’s marijuana laws
    Inside the crusade against Colorado’s ...
    Late last year, Nebraska and Oklahoma filed a federal lawsuit asking the Supreme ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Photographers chase Yosemite’s rare moonlight rainbows
    Photographers chase Yosemite’s rare ...
    On a clear night in Yosemite, only a few times each year, the full moon hits a ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- New federal rules aim to tackle the safety of oil trains
    New federal rules aim to tackle the ...
    In North Dakota, nearly a million barrels of crude oil are extracted from the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- DOJ punishes big banks, says cabal colluded to rig markets
    DOJ punishes big banks, says cabal ...
    Five major banking institutions pleaded guilty to rigging currencies and ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Bin Laden bookshelf shows scholarship of American policy
    Bin Laden bookshelf shows scholarship of ...
    More than 100 papers and videos from Osama bin Laden were released by American ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- New science shows Gulf spill is still killing dolphins
    New science shows Gulf spill is still ...
    More than 1,000 bottlenose dolphins have died off the Gulf Coast since 2010, the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will your job get outsourced to a robot?
    Will your job get outsourced to a robot?
    It's not just basic tasks anymore: Computers can now do work once deemed ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What can historically black colleges do to survive?
    What can historically black colleges do ...
    Students graduating from South Carolina State are no different from most recent ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Morocco trains female spiritual guides to fight extremism
    Morocco trains female spiritual guides ...
    In Morocco, a school that trains imams to lead prayers in the country's many ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What the largest auto recall in U.S. history means for you
    What the largest auto recall in U.S. ...
    Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata doubled its recall to nearly 34 million ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Questions keep coming for Clinton about emails and money
    Questions keep coming for Clinton about ...
    The wrangling over Hillary Clinton's emails as secretary of state has continued ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- David Letterman says goodnight to late night
    David Letterman says goodnight to late ...
    In the fall, Stephen Colbert will take over the TV time slot that has belonged ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How war has robbed Syria of its history
    How war has robbed Syria of its history
    There’s a battle being waged for Syria’s history, where four years of war ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- New book explores dark choices of American expansion
    New book explores dark choices of ...
    Steve Inskeep, co-host of NPR's Morning Edition, explores a chapter of American ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will banning military-style gear for police reduce tensions?
    Will banning military-style gear for ...
    Images of protests in Ferguson, New York and Baltimore showed police officers in ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Sen. Bernie Sanders explains why he is running for president
    Sen. Bernie Sanders explains why he is ...
    Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is the second candidate to seek the Democratic ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How the Internet led to a ‘renaissance’ of public shaming
    How the Internet led to a ...
    In the age of social media, one poorly worded tweet is enough to destroy a ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Ted Mathys reads 'Artifact Hotel'
    Ted Mathys reads 'Artifact Hotel'
    Watch Ted Mathys read his poem “Artifact Hotel” from his collection “Null ...
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