• PBS NewsHour -- Why Russia is ‘flexing its muscle’ in Crimea
    Why Russia is ‘flexing its muscle’ ...
    Crimea, a former Russian-held region, is home to Russia’s Black Sea naval ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Fukushima nuclear crisis continues to unfold
    Fukushima nuclear crisis continues to ...
    The site of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan remains a post-apocalyptic ...
    0:08:58
  • PBS NewsHour -- Virtual Bitcoins worth $425 million disappear
    Virtual Bitcoins worth $425 million ...
    One of the largest online exchanges for Bitcoins, a digital cryptocurrency ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Will Mt. Gox’s missing money prompt regulation on Bitcoin?
    Will Mt. Gox’s missing money prompt ...
    Mt. Gox, an early player in the virtual currency Bitcoins, became a major online ...
    0:06:31
  • PBS NewsHour -- How should U.S. improve opportunity for young men of color?
    How should U.S. improve opportunity for ...
    Leaders from different sectors of American life convened at the White House to ...
    0:14:48
  • PBS NewsHour -- Confronting Indonesia’s genocide in ‘The Act of Killing’
    Confronting Indonesia’s genocide in ...
    In the documentary “The Act of Killing,” men who were recruited by the ...
    0:06:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- U.K. reportedly spied on Yahoo webcam chats with NSA help
    U.K. reportedly spied on Yahoo webcam ...
    Based on documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, The ...
    0:05:28
  • PBS NewsHour -- How should U.S. improve opportunity for young men of color?
    How should U.S. improve opportunity for ...
    Leaders from different sectors of American life convened at the White House to ...
    0:14:48
  • PBS NewsHour -- Aid groups prepare for long-term crisis in Syria
    Aid groups prepare for long-term crisis ...
    Judy Woodruff talks to Nancy Lindborg of the U.S. Agency for International ...
    0:07:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why U.S. nutrition labels will be getting a makeover
    Why U.S. nutrition labels will be ...
    When the Nutrition Facts label was introduced 20 years ago, fat was the primary ...
    0:04:33
  • PBS NewsHour -- Confronting Indonesia’s genocide in ‘The Act of Killing’
    Confronting Indonesia’s genocide in ...
    In the documentary “The Act of Killing,” men who were recruited by the ...
    0:06:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- Documentary 'Dirty Wars' aims to make 'real' a covert war
    Documentary 'Dirty Wars' aims to make ...
    "Dirty Wars" director Richard Rowley talks to the NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown about ...
    0:08:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- Why are younger children alone in reducing obesity rates?
    Why are younger children alone in ...
    The Centers for Disease Control is reporting progress in cutting obesity among ...
    0:08:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- Designing cleaner stoves for the developing world
    Designing cleaner stoves for the ...
    An estimated 3 billion people worldwide rely on open-fire cookstoves that burn ...
    0:07:46
  • PBS NewsHour -- Senate grills Swiss banking giant on tax evasion
    Senate grills Swiss banking giant on tax ...
    A Senate probe concluded that Credit Suisse has helped thousands of wealthy ...
    0:05:59
  • PBS NewsHour -- Will Russia intervene in Ukraine?
    Will Russia intervene in Ukraine?
    Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Fiona Hill of the Brookings Institution and ...
    0:08:35
  • PBS NewsHour -- For ‘dreamers,’ private initiative aims to help pay tuition
    For ‘dreamers,’ private initiative ...
    Some states now allow students who entered the U.S. illegally as children to pay ...
    0:07:57
  • PBS NewsHour -- Maduro sends mixed messages about U.S.-Venezuela relations
    Maduro sends mixed messages about ...
    The State Department expelled three Venezuelan officials from the U.S. after ...
    0:07:54
  • PBS NewsHour -- Budget cuts could ground unstoppable A-10 Warthog aircraft
    Budget cuts could ground unstoppable ...
    The A-10 Warthog was designed specifically to fly in low and attack enemy ...
    0:09:16
  • PBS NewsHour -- Islamist militants murder dozens of students in Nigeria
    Islamist militants murder dozens of ...
    At least 58 students were murdered at a Nigerian agricultural college by ...
    0:08:44
  • PBS NewsHour -- For ‘dreamers,’ private initiative aims to help pay tuition
    For ‘dreamers,’ private initiative ...
    Some states now allow students who entered the U.S. illegally as children to pay ...
    0:07:57