• PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Brooks on reconciling with Cuba
    Shields and Brooks on reconciling with ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Teens and elders bridge generation gap and digital divide
    Teens and elders bridge generation gap ...
    There are fewer and fewer opportunities for senior citizens and millennials to ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- EPA lays out new rules on coal ash disposal
    EPA lays out new rules on coal ash ...
    Environmental groups have long pushed for coal ash, a by-product of coal burning ...
    0:06:08
  • PBS NewsHour -- Holiday gifts to curb bad habits
    Holiday gifts to curb bad habits
    Do you struggle with slouching, overeating or oversleeping? This holiday season, ...
    0:06:34
  • PBS NewsHour -- American businesses eye Cuban opportunities
    American businesses eye Cuban ...
    As President Obama closes a door on Cold War hostilities between the U.S. and ...
    0:04:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- How Obama can change U.S.-Cuba relations without Congress
    How Obama can change U.S.-Cuba relations ...
    Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner and political director ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Stephen Colbert leaves the character behind to play himself
    Stephen Colbert leaves the character ...
    Stephen Colbert is signing off from “The Colbert Report,” his satirical news ...
    0:05:07
  • PBS NewsHour -- Does Sony’s kibosh on ‘The Interview’ set a bad precedent?
    Does Sony’s kibosh on ‘The ...
    Sony’s self-censorship of “The Interview” -- which imagines the ...
    0:06:27
  • PBS NewsHour -- Is the 2015 spending bill a gift to big banks?
    Is the 2015 spending bill a gift to big ...
    Tucked into the new federal spending bill that passed this week was a provision ...
    0:08:25
  • PBS NewsHour -- Exiting lawmakers offer last words for the 113th Congress
    Exiting lawmakers offer last words for ...
    As the 113th Congress drew to a close, long-term lawmakers who are stepping down ...
    0:04:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- Obama: U.S. to chart ‘new course’ with Cuba, end isolation
    Obama: U.S. to chart ‘new course’ ...
    President Barack Obama said Wednesday that the U.S. is making historic changes ...
    0:14:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- How does diplomatic reconciliation affect Cuban-Americans?
    How does diplomatic reconciliation ...
    How are Cuban-Americans responding to the breakthrough in relations between the ...
    0:07:26
  • PBS NewsHour -- Sony cancels movie at the center of security worries
    Sony cancels movie at the center of ...
    Sony Pictures canceled the release of “The Interview,” a movie about an ...
    0:06:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- What a lapse in terrorism insurance means for businesses
    What a lapse in terrorism insurance ...
    Since 9/11, businesses have been able to insure themselves against terrorist ...
    0:04:49
  • PBS NewsHour -- How deeply rooted biases affect how police enforce the law
    How deeply rooted biases affect how ...
    In some communities, the long-tense relationships between law enforcement and ...
    0:08:42
  • PBS NewsHour -- What does Jeb Bush’s campaign curiosity mean for others?
    What does Jeb Bush’s campaign ...
    With a little less than two years to go before the 2016 election, former Florida ...
    0:08:38
  • PBS NewsHour -- Does economic turbulence hurt Putin’s power?
    Does economic turbulence hurt Putin’s ...
    To examine the roots of Russian economic vulnerability and the potential ...
    0:06:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- Getting ‘to zero’ in the fight against Ebola
    Getting ‘to zero’ in the fight ...
    This year’s Ebola outbreak has claimed the lives of more than 6,800 people, ...
    0:08:46
  • PBS NewsHour -- Bloodletting, blisters and the mystery of Washington’s death
    Bloodletting, blisters and the mystery ...
    Learn the gruesome details of President George Washington’s final hours on the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Deadly Australian hostage siege was act of ‘desperate man’
    Deadly Australian hostage siege was act ...
    Australian police stormed a cafe in Sydney where a lone gunman had held several ...
    0:07:44
  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s the outlook for compromise in the next Congress?
    What’s the outlook for compromise in ...
    The fight in Congress over a compromise federal spending bill revealed tensions ...
    0:07:02