• PBS NewsHour -- Director DuVernay talks writing speeches for MLK in 'Selma'
    Director DuVernay talks writing speeches ...
    The movie, "Selma," is getting plenty of attention. What's less well-known is ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Amid great sadness and tension in France, calls for unity
    Amid great sadness and tension in ...
    The city of Paris is still on edge as police search for two men wanted in the ...
    0:02:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s driving European Muslims to extremism?
    What’s driving European Muslims to ...
    The brothers who attacked satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo had a secular Muslim ...
    0:05:02
  • PBS NewsHour -- Director Ava DuVernay on sharing the story of ‘Selma’
    Director Ava DuVernay on sharing the ...
    The story of the seminal 1965 Alabama civil rights protests is being retold in ...
    0:09:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- Resisting the marshmallow and the success of self-control
    Resisting the marshmallow and the ...
    When children demonstrate self-control, it's a strong indicator of later ...
    0:09:21
  • PBS NewsHour -- Resentment grows between Christians and Muslims in France
    Resentment grows between Christians and ...
    The deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo puts a spotlight on the growing tensions ...
    0:07:32
  • PBS NewsHour -- Death of cartoonists draws out defense of free expression
    Death of cartoonists draws out defense ...
    Pens -- weapon of choice of the murdered cartoonists of Charlie Hebdo -- were ...
    0:07:31
  • PBS NewsHour -- Resisting the marshmallow and the success of self-control
    Resisting the marshmallow and the ...
    When children demonstrate self-control, it's a strong indicator of later ...
    0:09:21
  • PBS NewsHour -- Understanding the threat of Islamic extremism in Europe
    Understanding the threat of Islamic ...
    Charlie Hebdo, the publication whose staff was attacked by three gunmen in ...
    0:08:54
  • PBS NewsHour -- What does McConnell’s past mean for the Senate’s future?
    What does McConnell’s past mean for ...
    Mitch McConnell conquered a dream he had worked toward for more than a half ...
    0:07:43
  • PBS NewsHour -- While the drone industry zooms, regulation lags
    While the drone industry zooms, ...
    Professional and recreational uses for drones have driven a fast-growing ...
    0:09:30
  • PBS NewsHour -- NewsHour Shares: Bill Gates drinks water purified from waste
    NewsHour Shares: Bill Gates drinks water ...
    Human waste is being turned into drinkable water at a treatment plant in ...
    0:02:08
  • PBS NewsHour -- Archaeologists in Peru add drones to their list of tools
    Archaeologists in Peru add drones to ...
    In Peru, drones are keeping a watchful eye on some ancient cultural sites ...
    0:05:22
  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s next in the global response to Ebola?
    What’s next in the global response to ...
    What's next for curbing the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, where the death toll ...
    0:07:56
  • PBS NewsHour -- Mexico’s President Nieto faces ‘perfect storm’ of problems
    Mexico’s President Nieto faces ...
    Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto met with President Obama on issues such ...
    0:07:49
  • PBS NewsHour -- Is the new GED test an educational improvement or setback?
    Is the new GED test an educational ...
    An overhaul of the GED to meet Common Core standards has made the high school ...
    0:06:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- How should U.S. regulate powerful painkillers?
    How should U.S. regulate powerful ...
    Forty-six people die every day in the U.S. after overdosing on prescription ...
    0:07:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- Biden emcees swearing-in ceremonies with hugs and selfies
    Biden emcees swearing-in ceremonies with ...
    Vice President Joe Biden stole the show at the swearing-in ceremonies of the ...
    0:02:21
  • PBS NewsHour -- What to expect as a new GOP-controlled Congress kicks off
    What to expect as a new GOP-controlled ...
    When the 114th Congress convenes on Tuesday, Republicans will control both the ...
    0:08:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- Edward Brooke broke barriers and embraced bipartisanship
    Edward Brooke broke barriers and ...
    Edward Brooke, a former Massachusetts senator who broke racial barriers, hoped ...
    0:06:59
  • PBS NewsHour -- View of death penalty is key to jury selection for Tsarnaev
    View of death penalty is key to jury ...
    More than 1,200 possible jurors will be winnowed down to just 12 for the trial ...
    0:04:29