• 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
    0:04:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- Companies are scaling back on matching 401(k) contributions
    Companies are scaling back on matching ...
    Major companies are getting attention for scaling back on matching contributions ...
    0:03:53
  • PBS NewsHour -- Mobile phone usage explodes in Africa, spurring innovation
    Mobile phone usage explodes in Africa, ...
    A drive through Kenya’s bustling capital of Nairobi reveals a nation in love ...
    0:09:06
  • PBS NewsHour -- Union suffers significant loss in Tennessee
    Union suffers significant loss in ...
    Workers at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee voted to reject what would have been ...
    0:03:25
  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Brooks on the debt limit drama
    Shields and Brooks on the debt limit ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join ...
    0:12:03
  • PBS NewsHour -- Extreme winter weather causes widespread economic disruption
    Extreme winter weather causes widespread ...
    The latest round of storms in the South and Northeast may be over, but places ...
    0:04:45
  • PBS NewsHour -- At Sochi Olympics, ‘no big news’ has been good news
    At Sochi Olympics, ‘no big news’ has ...
    Halfway through Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, the spotlight is shining on ...
    0:06:19
  • PBS NewsHour -- Philadelphia’s Mayor Nutter on fighting poverty
    Philadelphia’s Mayor Nutter on ...
    In Philadelphia, more than a quarter of all residents live below the poverty ...
    0:08:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- Historic drought strains California’s towns and farms
    Historic drought strains California’s ...
    California is in bad shape water-wise. Despite some relief in early February, ...
    0:08:04
  • PBS NewsHour -- Trendlines: ‘Syria After Geneva 2’
    Trendlines: ‘Syria After Geneva 2’
    In the first Trendlines web special, a joint production of the PBS NewsHour and ...
    0:20:49
  • PBS NewsHour -- VW union vote spurs backlash by Tenn. politicians
    VW union vote spurs backlash by Tenn. ...
    In Chattanooga, Tenn., workers at a Volkswagen plant are voting to decide ...
    0:10:52
  • PBS NewsHour -- ‘Second machine age’ will require more human creativity
    ‘Second machine age’ will require ...
    Robotic technology is increasingly infiltrating our everyday world, and as ...
    0:08:40
  • PBS NewsHour -- Sen. Tim Scott on offering more education options
    Sen. Tim Scott on offering more ...
    Judy Woodruff talks to Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., in another conversation in our ...
    0:09:05
  • PBS NewsHour -- Barrage of winter storms taxes patience of Pa. residents
    Barrage of winter storms taxes patience ...
    With the latest powerful storm, the city of Philadelphia broke a 130-year record ...
    0:04:56
  • PBS NewsHour -- How will regulators see the Comcast-Time Warner deal?
    How will regulators see the Comcast-Time ...
    Telecom company Comcast is making a bid to buy the media giant Time Warner for ...
    0:07:03
  • PBS NewsHour -- Debating the value and effectiveness of mammograms
    Debating the value and effectiveness of ...
    A Canadian study conducted across more than two decades raises doubt that annual ...
    0:09:35
  • PBS NewsHour -- Sen. Marco Rubio on ways to reverse income inequality
    Sen. Marco Rubio on ways to reverse ...
    In the debate over how to cure income inequality, talk about poverty and ...
    0:09:09
  • PBS NewsHour -- Printing ideas into 3-D reality
    Printing ideas into 3-D reality
    With the push of a button, the emerging technology of 3-D printing can produce ...
    0:08:25
  • PBS NewsHour -- What’s behind an anti-immigrant tide rising in Europe
    What’s behind an anti-immigrant tide ...
    The European Union is built on the idea of free movement of people and capital, ...
    0:06:28
  • PBS NewsHour -- Printing dinner for two
    Printing dinner for two
    A.J. Jacobs and his wife Julie tried to live off of 3-D printed objects, ...
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