• PBS NewsHour -- Debating costs and benefits of boosting the minimum wage
    Debating costs and benefits of boosting ...
    Both political parties are seizing on a report by the Congressional Budget ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Afghans fear retaliation while waiting for U.S. visas
    Afghans fear retaliation while waiting ...
    As the United States military prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan, the lives ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Raising health concerns in Texas’ fracking frontier
    Raising health concerns in Texas’ ...
    As shale and natural gas fracking booms in South Texas, a new report raises ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Understanding Arab Spring struggles and success
    Understanding Arab Spring struggles and ...
    What differentiates Tunisia in its progress establishing a young democracy, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Seven years, 500 hours of footage capture 'Particle Fever'
    Seven years, 500 hours of footage ...
    Theoretical physicist David Kaplan spent seven years carefully documenting the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Ukraine unrest explodes into violence and fire
    Ukraine unrest explodes into violence ...
    In our news wrap Tuesday, more than a dozen people were killed in Ukraine’s ...
    0:08:15
  • PBS NewsHour -- Is Ukraine spinning out of control?
    Is Ukraine spinning out of control?
    The deadly violence and mayhem gripping Kiev signals an escalation in the more ...
    0:08:07
  • PBS NewsHour -- Yuna Kim hopes to land second Olympic gold medal
    Yuna Kim hopes to land second Olympic ...
    Ice skating, one of the most anticipated Winter Olympic sports, is taking center ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Challenging the value of high SAT scores
    Challenging the value of high SAT scores
    As high school students gear up to take the SAT or ACT as part of the college ...
    0:06:35
  • PBS NewsHour -- How ‘microtargeting’ works in political advertising
    How ‘microtargeting’ works in ...
    What you watch, read, buy and listen to online can tell political campaigns ...
    0:07:50
  • PBS NewsHour -- Can garment factories pay a living wage and still compete?
    Can garment factories pay a living wage ...
    At $3 an hour, the workers at the Alta Gracia garment factory in the Dominican ...
    0:07:56
  • PBS NewsHour -- Colo. women take aim at hunger with their cameras
    Colo. women take aim at hunger with ...
    What does hunger look like in America? In Colorado, a diverse group of women who ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Arkansas’ Medicaid expansion alternative faces crucial vote
    Arkansas’ Medicaid expansion ...
    In Arkansas, an alternative to the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What does it take to be a U.S. ambassador?
    What does it take to be a U.S. ...
    Gaffes made by a fresh crop of ambassadorial nominees—several of them ...
    0:10:22
  • PBS NewsHour -- N.C. coal ash spill raises questions about regulation
    N.C. coal ash spill raises questions ...
    In early February more than 50,000 tons of coal ash -- which contains arsenic ...
    0:06:58
  • PBS NewsHour -- Can the U.S. compel global collaboration on climate change?
    Can the U.S. compel global collaboration ...
    The global approach to addressing climate change has shifted from putting the ...
    0:07:21
  • PBS NewsHour -- Florida murder case adds to debate over race, self-defense
    Florida murder case adds to debate over ...
    In 2012, Michael Dunn, 47, a white Florida man, shot and killed unarmed Jordan ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Called 'Presidents' Day,' but really Washington's birthday
    Called 'Presidents' Day,' but really ...
    Under a federal law passed in 1968, the third Monday of February was officially ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s behind the nation’s prescription drug shortage?
    What’s behind the nation’s ...
    The Government Accountability Office has issued a report detailing serious and ...
    0:03:49
  • PBS NewsHour -- Can Mexico’s health program teach the U.S. to lose weight?
    Can Mexico’s health program teach the ...
    With obesity levels rivaling those seen in the United States, Mexico has ...
    0:07:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- Kerry talks climate change during Asia trip
    Kerry talks climate change during Asia ...
    Climate change discussions grab a top spot on U.S. Secretary of State John ...
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