• PBS NewsHour -- African captives rise up against slavery in Talladega murals
    African captives rise up against slavery ...
    In 1938, the historically black Talladega College commissioned artist Hale ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Black journalist Ethel Payne changed the national agenda
    Black journalist Ethel Payne changed the ...
    Ethel Payne, known as the "first lady of the black press," may be the most ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Do business dress codes trump religious freedom?
    Do business dress codes trump religious ...
    The Supreme Court is considering a case brought by a young Muslim woman who was ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Why tech companies struggle with gender equality
    Why tech companies struggle with gender ...
    A discrimination lawsuit in California involving a former employee at a Silicon ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Does China have a secret plan to take America’s place?
    Does China have a secret plan to take ...
    In the bestselling but controversial new book "The Hundred-Year Marathon," ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Art empowers and preserves Houston community
    Art empowers and preserves Houston ...
    Two decades ago, Houston’s Third Ward was struggling with crime, drugs and ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- News Wrap: FBI arrests two in NY who planned to join IS
    News Wrap: FBI arrests two in NY who ...
    In our news wrap Wednesday, FBI agents arrested two men in New York who were ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s dividing Republicans over Homeland Security funding
    What’s dividing Republicans over ...
    With just days before the deadline to fund Homeland Security, it’s ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- As diversity increases, will U.S. be more or less divided?
    As diversity increases, will U.S. be ...
    The United States is rapidly transforming into a more diverse, more educated and ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Feeding infants peanuts could reverse dramatic allergy rise
    Feeding infants peanuts could reverse ...
    Since 1997, the estimated percentage of children in the U.S. who are allergic to ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Local officials feel the pressure when Congress won’t act
    Local officials feel the pressure when ...
    While Congress debates how to move forward on Department of Homeland Security ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What President Obama’s veto means for Keystone’s future
    What President Obama’s veto means for ...
    A bill approving the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline was the first ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Special courts take on criminal cases of troubled veterans
    Special courts take on criminal cases of ...
    Around the country, special courts are set up for former military members who ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Time-lapse artist shows us his vivid California dreams
    Time-lapse artist shows us his vivid ...
    Sacramento photographer Justin Majeczky has a knack for capturing beautiful ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Gazans suffer as post-war rebuilding lags
    Gazans suffer as post-war rebuilding ...
    More than six months since the war between Israel and Hamas, parts of Gaza look ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Why American students are struggling with small debts
    Why American students are struggling ...
    Student loan balances climbed to $1.2 trillion at the end of 2014, and ...
    0:07:26
  • PBS NewsHour -- Alan Turing’s family fights to correct historical injustice
    Alan Turing’s family fights to correct ...
    The 2015 Oscar winner “The Imitation Game” tells the story of British ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Analyzing the impasse over Homeland Security
    Analyzing the impasse over Homeland ...
    Gwen Ifill speaks with Nia-Malika Henderson of The Washington Post and Amy ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How tiger farming drives illegal poaching in the wild
    How tiger farming drives illegal ...
    In “Blood of the Tiger,” author J.A. Mills examines the multi-billion dollar ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Music helps with memory loss for band members with dementia
    Music helps with memory loss for band ...
    Special correspondent Judy Muller reports on a band of musicians who also have ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Millions of low-income people burdened by fuel insecurity
    Millions of low-income people burdened ...
    During this time of year, millions of people across the country struggle to pay ...
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