• PBS NewsHour -- Searching for the ripple effects of history-making tech
    Searching for the ripple effects of ...
    In the new book and PBS series “How We Got to Now,” Steven Johnson presents ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Can U.S. solve ‘Rubik’s Cube’ of Iran nuclear negotiations?
    Can U.S. solve ‘Rubik’s Cube’ of ...
    With less than six weeks before the deadline to agree on an Iran nuclear deal, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Is the U.S. overly confident about Ebola control?
    Is the U.S. overly confident about Ebola ...
    Officials have been saying that the U.S. knows how to stop Ebola, but now ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Sitcom creator Norman Lear talks evolution of TV
    Sitcom creator Norman Lear talks ...
    Groundbreaking in its day, ‘70s sitcom “All in the Family” didn’t back ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What the shrinking U.S. deficit says about stability
    What the shrinking U.S. deficit says ...
    Worries about Ebola, Europe and the U.S. economy drove another dive on Wall ...
    0:07:45
  • PBS NewsHour -- Shedding a life-long label to become an artist
    Shedding a life-long label to become an ...
    Through education, Arc of the Arts turns people with intellectual disabilities ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Senate race unpredictable in independently minded Colorado
    Senate race unpredictable in ...
    In Colorado, one of the GOP’s main midterm battlegrounds to clench control of ...
    0:07:41
  • PBS NewsHour -- What Wall Street’s wild swings say about the global economy
    What Wall Street’s wild swings say ...
    Lately the financial markets have been swinging from record leaps to sudden ...
    0:04:26
  • PBS NewsHour -- Islamic State militants gain ground in Iraq
    Islamic State militants gain ground in ...
    The Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack that killed ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- ‘Innovators’ tells story of digital revolutionaries
    ‘Innovators’ tells story of digital ...
    After profiling visionary individuals like Benjamin Franklin and Steve Jobs, ...
    0:07:02
  • PBS NewsHour -- Using science to make low-sodium taste better
    Using science to make low-sodium taste ...
    Americans eat twice as much salt as recommended, according to the Centers for ...
    0:05:41
  • PBS NewsHour -- Should the terminally ill be able to choose when they die?
    Should the terminally ill be able to ...
    After being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, 29-year-old Brittany Maynard ...
    0:10:42
  • PBS NewsHour -- Facing isolated Ebola cases, how should U.S. boost training?
    Facing isolated Ebola cases, how should ...
    How prepared are hospitals, doctors and nurses to handle Ebola cases in the ...
    0:06:20
  • PBS NewsHour -- Liberia, Sierra Leone at Ebola ‘tipping point’
    Liberia, Sierra Leone at Ebola ...
    The director of the World Health Organization called Ebola's ravaging effects on ...
    0:04:48
  • PBS NewsHour -- Interpreting the Vatican’s language shift on gays, divorce
    Interpreting the Vatican’s language ...
    A gathering of bishops convened by Pope Francis broke new ground on some taboos ...
    0:03:48
  • PBS NewsHour -- Are the costs of security at ‘any price’ too high?
    Are the costs of security at ‘any ...
    The ongoing war on terror has driven a dramatic rise in spending in the name of ...
    0:08:18
  • PBS NewsHour -- Sexual assaults revealed in N.J. town prized for football
    Sexual assaults revealed in N.J. town ...
    At Sayreville War Memorial High in New Jersey, seven players from the school’s ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Economic uncertainty haunts Mich. governor’s re-election bid
    Economic uncertainty haunts Mich. ...
    Republican Gov. Rick Snyder is fighting for re-election in Michigan, a state ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Can political outliers pull out victories in purple states?
    Can political outliers pull out ...
    Judy Woodruff sits down with Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and Dan ...
    0:06:34
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why is Turkey hesitant to enter fight against ISIS?
    Why is Turkey hesitant to enter fight ...
    Geoff Dyer of the Financial Times joins Hari Sreenivasan from Washington to talk ...
    0:02:56
  • PBS NewsHour -- Sizing up the scale of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa
    Sizing up the scale of the Ebola ...
    In West Africa, more than four thousand people have died of Ebola. Drew Hinshaw ...
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