• PBS NewsHour -- Rose Bowl opponents team up against rare blood disorder
    Rose Bowl opponents team up against rare ...
    Florida State and Oregon, two of college football's top teams, will go ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- More detainees freed, but closing Guantanamo still far off
    More detainees freed, but closing ...
    Five more Guantanamo prisoners have been released after being held for more than ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How one doctor is prescribing data to improve healthcare
    How one doctor is prescribing data to ...
    Despite a wealth of medical resources available, simple and accessible answers ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Two film critics take a look at 2014’s best movies
    Two film critics take a look at 2014’s ...
    What movies are likely to be remembered long after 2014 ends? From a cinematic ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will AirAsia crash lead to better tracking systems?
    Will AirAsia crash lead to better ...
    Now that search teams have located wreckage and remains from the missing AirAsia ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What hurdles will negotiators face in Havana?
    What hurdles will negotiators face in ...
    The Obama administration's lead negotiator in upcoming talks with Cuban ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Turning social media sharing into successful fundraising
    Turning social media sharing into ...
    The viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was a watershed moment in the evolution of ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What news stories mattered to students this year?
    What news stories mattered to students ...
    A contest sponsored by PBS Newshour Extra and Google asked students to create a ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Bestselling authors share their favorite books of 2014
    Bestselling authors share their favorite ...
    What did our favorite authors read this year? Jeffrey Brown asks novelist Ann ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Outgoing Rep. Miller on encouraging more voices in politics
    Outgoing Rep. Miller on encouraging more ...
    Rep. George Miller arrived in Washington in 1974, in the aftermath of Watergate, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Was weather to blame for AirAsia disappearance?
    Was weather to blame for AirAsia ...
    Gwen Ifill interviews The Wall Street Journal’s Guarav Raghuvanshi from ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How a viral fundraiser earned a cool $220 million for ALS
    How a viral fundraiser earned a cool ...
    This year, a challenge to Facebook users to douse themselves in ice water became ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Colombian civil war relief efforts face dangerous barriers
    Colombian civil war relief efforts face ...
    A 50-year civil war between Colombia’s government and the leftist FARC rebels ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Website that kept watch on D.C. homicides shuts down
    Website that kept watch on D.C. ...
    “Homicide Watch,” an online database that records and tracks homicide cases, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Outgoing Sen. Chambliss on what’s next for Congress
    Outgoing Sen. Chambliss on what’s next ...
    With a week to go until the new Congress arrives in Washington, we ask departing ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Can Afghan forces hold their own?
    Can Afghan forces hold their own?
    As the U.S. combat mission ends in Afghanistan, those Americans who are staying ...
    0:05:43
  • PBS NewsHour -- Did plunging gas prices boost holiday spending?
    Did plunging gas prices boost holiday ...
    Ever since oil prices started falling, experts have predicted that consumers ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What we know (and don't) about the missing AirAsia jetliner
    What we know (and don't) about the ...
    As of Monday morning in Asia, the search for a missing AirAsia jetliner which ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- One family moves on from a sharecropping past
    One family moves on from a sharecropping ...
    In the second installment of "Flying Coach," special correspondent John Larson's ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How will US and private sector combat cyberextortion?
    How will US and private sector combat ...
    The recent hacking of Sony, which was widely blamed on North Korea, has caused ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Conservators shine new light on irreplaceable art
    Conservators shine new light on ...
    A series of paintings created by Mark Rothko for Harvard University was thought ...
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