• PBS NewsHour -- Will DOJ’s civil forfeiture reform mean more accountability?
    Will DOJ’s civil forfeiture reform ...
    The Justice Department is changing the federal rules on civil forfeiture. Local ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Brooks on same-sex right to marry
    Shields and Brooks on same-sex right to ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will DOJ’s civil forfeiture reform mean more accountability?
    Will DOJ’s civil forfeiture reform ...
    The Justice Department is changing the federal rules on civil forfeiture. Local ...
    0:05:36
  • PBS NewsHour -- The right to die in Belgium: Inside its euthanasia laws
    The right to die in Belgium: Inside its ...
    With the most liberal laws in the world governing physician-assisted suicide, ...
    0:11:18
  • PBS NewsHour -- Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers
    Nigeria's new literature prize boosts ...
    Here's a story that isn't dominating the headlines, but deserves a close look: ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers
    Nigeria's new literature prize boosts ...
    Here's a story that isn't dominating the headlines, but deserves a close look: ...
    0:02:25
  • PBS NewsHour -- Europe’s porous borders pose problems in hunt for terrorists
    Europe’s porous borders pose problems ...
    The attacks in Paris and today's raids against militants in Belgium highlight ...
    0:04:55
  • PBS NewsHour -- ‘An era of defeat’ for the best soldiers in the world?
    ‘An era of defeat’ for the best ...
    Journalist James Fallows says it's time to examine why the best funded, best ...
    0:07:11
  • PBS NewsHour -- Is the U.S. military faced with impossible missions?
    Is the U.S. military faced with ...
    A critique of the U.S. military establishment written by journalist James ...
    0:06:34
  • PBS NewsHour -- In Belgium, terminally ill children have the right to die
    In Belgium, terminally ill children have ...
    More than a decade after Belgium became the second country in the world to ...
    0:03:28
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why did Oscar leave out actors of color, female filmmakers?
    Why did Oscar leave out actors of color, ...
    For the first time in almost 20 years, all of the Academy Award nominees for ...
    0:07:08
  • PBS NewsHour -- #NotTrending: Stashing packages, paying Indonesia’s poor
    #NotTrending: Stashing packages, paying ...
    When we only pay attention to the things that are trending in our social ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- American rapper taps into the flow of China’s economy
    American rapper taps into the flow of ...
    A Fulbright scholar studying in China found an unusual calling for his language ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Drive the car of the future? No, it drives you
    Drive the car of the future? No, it ...
    A big sensation at the Consumer Electronic Show this year was a preview of the ...
    0:03:39
  • PBS NewsHour -- Yosemite free climbers complete their gripping feat
    Yosemite free climbers complete their ...
    Two climbers successfully scaled the near-vertical slab of El Capitan's Dawn ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Obama administration announces goal to rein in methane leaks
    Obama administration announces goal to ...
    The Obama administration announced a plan to significantly cut methane emissions ...
    0:07:05
  • PBS NewsHour -- Do Western Muslims face a free speech double standard?
    Do Western Muslims face a free speech ...
    The Charlie Hebdo shooting has sparked debate about the protections and limits ...
    0:08:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- How military sex offenders fly under the radar at home
    How military sex offenders fly under the ...
    There are hundreds of service members who have been convicted of sex offenses ...
    0:09:30
  • PBS NewsHour -- 2016 hopefuls aim to prove their worth in campaign warm up
    2016 hopefuls aim to prove their worth ...
    From launching book tours to hiring staff to meeting with top donors, several ...
    0:08:38
  • PBS NewsHour -- How military sex offenders fly under the radar at home
    How military sex offenders fly under the ...
    There are hundreds of service members who have been convicted of sex offenses ...
    0:09:30
  • PBS NewsHour -- Despite milder tone, immigration may pose political impasse
    Despite milder tone, immigration may ...
    The leaders of the Republican-controlled Congress were among more than a dozen ...
    0:06:57