• PBS NewsHour -- Brooks and Marcus on Obama's surveillance reforms, Benghazi
    Brooks and Marcus on Obama's ...
    New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Syrian opposition undecided about attendance
    Syrian opposition undecided about ...
    The Western-backed Syrian National Coalition is currently meeting in Istanbul to ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- India marks three years without polio, but challenges remain
    India marks three years without polio, ...
    Health officials in India have hit a milestone in their efforts to eradicate ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How to balance cost and quality of health care?
    How to balance cost and quality of ...
    Judy Woodruff talks to George Halvorson, former CEO of Kaiser Permanente and ...
    0:07:31
  • PBS NewsHour -- Obama unveils new limits on U.S. spying
    Obama unveils new limits on U.S. spying
    President Obama called for several changes to U.S. spying practices including ...
    0:12:46
  • PBS NewsHour -- Some Iranians hopeful for relief of sanctions' economic bite
    Some Iranians hopeful for relief of ...
    On the streets of Tehran, how are citizens reacting to the completion of an ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Big trucks gain greater efficiency for Detroit auto show
    Big trucks gain greater efficiency for ...
    At the 2014 North American International Auto Show, the spotlight shines on ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Offering high school dropouts a second chance
    Offering high school dropouts a second ...
    Goodwill is known for its charitable resale stores, but Goodwill of Central ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Air Force officers caught in cheating scandal
    Air Force officers caught in cheating ...
    Thirty-four Air Force officers who conduct nuclear operations have thus far been ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Why a conservative economist moved to the country
    Why a conservative economist moved to ...
    Economics correspondent Paul Solman profiles Chris Martenson, a former science ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Senate: Benghazi attack was preventable
    Senate: Benghazi attack was preventable
    A bipartisan Senate report has concluded that the State Department could have ...
    0:05:34
  • PBS NewsHour -- Debating free speech near abortion clinics
    Debating free speech near abortion ...
    Pro-choice advocates believe buffer zones around abortion clinics are necessary ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Supreme Court considers anti-abortion protests
    Supreme Court considers anti-abortion ...
    In Massachusetts, a 35-foot restricted area outside of abortion clinics give ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will end of net neutrality rules impact future innovation?
    Will end of net neutrality rules impact ...
    The FCC's net neutrality rules were adopted to guarantee equal access to all ...
    0:09:15
  • PBS NewsHour -- How the NSA used radio waves to spy on offline computers
    How the NSA used radio waves to spy on ...
    The newest revelations from documents leaked by Edward Snowden show that since ...
    0:07:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- Lawmakers work towards budget, but split on jobless benefits
    Lawmakers work towards budget, but split ...
    The House of Representatives passed a bill to fund the government short-term ...
    0:08:30
  • PBS NewsHour -- How can shoppers keep their information secure from hacks?
    How can shoppers keep their information ...
    U.S. retailer Target has acknowledged that up to 110 million customer accounts ...
    0:09:33
  • PBS NewsHour -- Gates reflects on debates waged behind the scenes of war
    Gates reflects on debates waged behind ...
    In his new book, "Duty," Robert Gates tackles his time as defense secretary and ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Robert Gates: New Iran sanctions would be 'terrible mistake'
    Robert Gates: New Iran sanctions would ...
    Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates spoke to the PBS NewsHour about ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Former Def. Sec. Gates says Edward Snowden is a traitor
    Former Def. Sec. Gates says Edward ...
    Former Secretary of Defense, and author of new memoir "Duty," Robert Gates spoke ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- What challenges lie ahead for a permanent fix in Iran?
    What challenges lie ahead for a ...
    The U.S. and Iran have finally settled on the details of an interim nuclear ...
    0:04:46