• PBS NewsHour -- How music on demand is killing the album
    How music on demand is killing the album
    To be able to listen to a favorite song, you used to have to buy a whole album. ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Brooks on the politics of vaccination
    Shields and Brooks on the politics of ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Training youths to use a camera as cultural passport
    Training youths to use a camera as ...
    For 10 years, National Geographic has been training young people around the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- The $20 prosthetic knee that could change lives in India
    The $20 prosthetic knee that could ...
    In Jaipur, India, about 150 patients show up every day at an organization that ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Justice Ginsburg on ‘enough women’ in the Supreme Court
    Justice Ginsburg on ‘enough women’ ...
    In our NewsHour Shares video of the day, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaks ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will new manufacturing help ease Mississippi poverty?
    Will new manufacturing help ease ...
    In Mississippi, where the unemployment rate peaks at 15 percent in some areas, ...
    0:09:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- Should the U.S. beef up military support to Ukraine?
    Should the U.S. beef up military support ...
    With the reigniting of the war in Ukraine, Western leaders are battling over how ...
    0:07:44
  • PBS NewsHour -- What ‘Gangnam Style’ can teach us about investing
    What ‘Gangnam Style’ can teach us ...
    The huge global hit “Gangnam Style” broke YouTube records; did it also drive ...
    0:08:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Progress in curbing childhood obesity, but not for all
    Progress in curbing childhood obesity, ...
    Efforts to combat childhood obesity in the U.S. in recent years have started to ...
    0:05:49
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why are hackers targeting insurance companies?
    Why are hackers targeting insurance ...
    Hackers broke into a database at Anthem, the nation’s second largest health ...
    0:04:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- FCC proposes treating all Internet traffic equally
    FCC proposes treating all Internet ...
    The Federal Communications Commission unrolled a plan to preserve equal access ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Streaming music changes business equation for artists
    Streaming music changes business ...
    Do streaming services like Spotify and Pandora hurt musicians? Artists, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What does Jordan’s anger mean for Islamic State fight?
    What does Jordan’s anger mean for ...
    The death of a pilot at the hands of the Islamic State has revved up rhetoric ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Prosecutor’s death sparks rumors of presidential conspiracy
    Prosecutor’s death sparks rumors of ...
    Argentine prosecutor Albert Nisman had been building a case on who was behind a ...
    0:03:55
  • PBS NewsHour -- Rediscovered book by Harper Lee promises new story of Scout
    Rediscovered book by Harper Lee promises ...
    After publishing her classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" in 1960, Pulitzer ...
    0:07:37
  • PBS NewsHour -- S&P to pay $1.4 billion for role in the financial crisis
    S&P to pay $1.4 billion for role in the ...
    While not admitting wrongdoing, Standard & Poor’s Financial Services agreed to ...
    0:06:55
  • PBS NewsHour -- Jordan finds 'no compromise is possible' with Islamic State
    Jordan finds 'no compromise is possible' ...
    For Jordanians wishing for the freedom of a pilot captured by the Islamic State, ...
    0:07:07
  • PBS NewsHour -- Store-bought herbal supplements may not be what they seem
    Store-bought herbal supplements may not ...
    An investigation into store-bought herbal supplements found at many major ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Giving dead reefs new life with fast-growing corals
    Giving dead reefs new life with ...
    The world’s coral reefs are in perilous danger due to overfishing, pollution ...
    0:05:47
  • PBS NewsHour -- Schools in rural W.Va. aim to improve students' prospects
    Schools in rural W.Va. aim to improve ...
    Boredom can mean trouble and bad health for children in rural America. In ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Tracing the origins of the anti-vaccine movement
    Tracing the origins of the anti-vaccine ...
    A measles outbreak has reached 14 states and infected more than 100 people. The ...
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