• PBS NewsHour -- Treasury Secretary Lew on Long-Term Unemployment
    Treasury Secretary Lew on Long-Term ...
    In a conversation with economics correspondent Paul Solman, Treasury Secretary ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- From Guatemalan, Scientists Unearth Signs of Genocide
    From Guatemalan, Scientists Unearth ...
    In Guatemala, investigators using forensic science have compelling evidence that ...
    0:13:05
  • PBS NewsHour -- House Hearing Is Latest in Dispute Over Benghazi Attack
    House Hearing Is Latest in Dispute Over ...
    At a House hearing, clear battle lines were drawn and arguments were renewed ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Keeping America's Heritage of Sights and Sounds Fresh
    Keeping America's Heritage of Sights and ...
    These days it may seem like you can find any movie, TV show or song you want ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- San Francisco's Exploratorium Boasts Interactive Science
    San Francisco's Exploratorium Boasts ...
    San Francisco's Exploratorium, one of the nation's most successful science and ...
    0:08:58
  • PBS NewsHour -- Communities Prepare for Sequester Cuts to Staffing, Programs
    Communities Prepare for Sequester Cuts ...
    With no compromise in sight, communities across the country are bracing for ...
    0:12:17
  • PBS NewsHour -- South Carolina Voters Set to Decide Fate of Sanford Comeback
    South Carolina Voters Set to Decide Fate ...
    NewsHour Political Editor Christina Bellantoni talks with Jon Ward of the ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Military's Growing Number of Sexual Assaults Draws Rebuke
    Military's Growing Number of Sexual ...
    A new Pentagon report finds the official number of sexual assaults in the U.S. ...
    0:07:55
  • PBS NewsHour -- South Korea Growing Less Tolerant of Pyongyang Provocations
    South Korea Growing Less Tolerant of ...
    While North Korea makes fresh warnings, other signs suggest that nation has ...
    0:07:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- In Poland, Fracking Fuels Dissent Above Ground
    In Poland, Fracking Fuels Dissent Above ...
    Poland recently eased regulations on fracking, with the hope that shale gas will ...
    0:07:55
  • PBS NewsHour -- New Printable Handgun Raises Concerns for Undetectability
    New Printable Handgun Raises Concerns ...
    Cody Wilson, a law student from Texas, has made the first fully functioning ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- SEC Considering New Rule for Political Contributions
    SEC Considering New Rule for Political ...
    The SEC is considering a proposal to require publicly traded companies to ...
    0:08:29
  • PBS NewsHour -- The Pros and Cons of Life As A Jobless Single Dad
    The Pros and Cons of Life As A Jobless ...
    More than 4 million Americans remain out of work for more than six months now. ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- In “Cooked,” Michael Pollan Reclaims Culture of Cooking
    In “Cooked,” Michael Pollan Reclaims ...
    In previous books, journalist Michael Pollan has written about how we plant our ...
    0:07:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- Preview: Covering Watergate
    Preview: Covering Watergate
    Forty years ago, Robert Macneil and Jim Lehrer lead public broadcasting's ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- New CDC Report Finds Stunning Suicide Increases
    New CDC Report Finds Stunning Suicide ...
    More people in the U.S. die from suicide than car accidents. That's according to ...
    0:07:24
  • PBS NewsHour -- April Hiring Increase Shows Signs of Economic Healing
    April Hiring Increase Shows Signs of ...
    April showered the U.S. economy with 165,000 new jobs, reducing the unemployment ...
    0:07:04
  • PBS NewsHour -- How Michael Pollan Learned to Make Traditional Korean Kimchi
    How Michael Pollan Learned to Make ...
    Michael Pollan reads a passage from his new book, "Cooked," in which he tells ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Patrick Loughney on the need to preserve recorded history
    Patrick Loughney on the need to preserve ...
    Patrick Loughney, chief of the library's Packard Campus for Audio-Video ...
    0:01:40
  • PBS NewsHour -- Gene DeAnna's Timeline of Recorded Sound
    Gene DeAnna's Timeline of Recorded Sound
    Gene DeAnna, head of the Recorded Sound Section at The Library of Congress, ...
    0:02:38
  • PBS NewsHour -- How Author Michael Pollan Fell in Love With Cooking
    How Author Michael Pollan Fell in Love ...
    In the age of pre-package food, author Michael Pollan says the most important ...
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