• PBS NewsHour -- U.S. Must Weigh Risks of Involvement in Syria
    U.S. Must Weigh Risks of Involvement in ...
    How do the risks and interests of the United States intervening in the Syrian ...
    0:09:53
  • PBS NewsHour -- Americans Run to Honor Victims of Boston Bombings
    Americans Run to Honor Victims of Boston ...
    The shock of the April 15 attacks at the Boston Marathon affected Americans ...
    0:01:36
  • PBS NewsHour -- Jason Collins Is NBA's First Active Player to Say 'I'm Gay'
    Jason Collins Is NBA's First Active ...
    Jason Collins, a 34-year-old veteran NBA player, has become the first male ...
    0:05:13
  • PBS NewsHour -- Remembering George Jones, 81, Country Music Giant
    Remembering George Jones, 81, Country ...
    Country music legend George Jones, best known for chart-topper "He Stopped ...
    0:07:18
  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields, Brooks on Red Line Reluctance, Flexibility on FAA
    Shields, Brooks on Red Line Reluctance, ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks talk ...
    0:12:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- Congress Passes Bill to End Furloughs at the FAA
    Congress Passes Bill to End Furloughs at ...
    To address air traffic slowdowns and passenger frustration over flight delays ...
    0:07:12
  • PBS NewsHour -- Options for U.S. if Syria Chemical Weapon Use Is Confirmed
    Options for U.S. if Syria Chemical ...
    How should the U.S. act if it confirms that the Syrian regime has used chemical ...
    0:08:49
  • PBS NewsHour -- Global Garment Industry Scrutiny After Bangladesh Disaster
    Global Garment Industry Scrutiny After ...
    The Bangladeshi garment factory collapse is the worst disaster ever for the ...
    0:09:36
  • PBS NewsHour -- Gun Control Fight Feels Familiar to Advocates of Another Era
    Gun Control Fight Feels Familiar to ...
    The defeat of a bipartisan effort to expand background checks for gun buyers was ...
    0:08:13
  • PBS NewsHour -- U.S. Believes Syrian Regime Has Used Chemical Weapons
    U.S. Believes Syrian Regime Has Used ...
    The Obama administration says it believes the Syrian government has used ...
    0:10:43
  • PBS NewsHour -- Tsarnaev Brothers Planned Times Square Attack After Boston
    Tsarnaev Brothers Planned Times Square ...
    The brothers suspected in the Boston bombings apparently told the FBI they ...
    0:10:10
  • PBS NewsHour -- Living Presidents Gather to Dedicate George W. Bush Library
    Living Presidents Gather to Dedicate ...
    The dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library was attended by its ...
    0:15:41
  • PBS NewsHour -- Should U.S. Have Monopoly on Food Sent Abroad to Aid?
    Should U.S. Have Monopoly on Food Sent ...
    As the USAID announces a new budget proposal that reallocates food aid funding ...
    0:07:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- Heavy April Showers Inundate Midwest States With Flooding
    Heavy April Showers Inundate Midwest ...
    Steady downpours across the Midwest have swollen rivers, creeks and streams ...
    0:05:06
  • PBS NewsHour -- In Wake of Boston Bombings, a Fund to Help Victims, Families
    In Wake of Boston Bombings, a Fund to ...
    In the hours following the attacks on the Boston Marathon, city officials ...
    0:07:17
  • PBS NewsHour -- Mining Online History for What May Have Radicalized Brothers
    Mining Online History for What May Have ...
    In Boston, a memorial service honored a police officer killed during the manhunt ...
    0:13:14
  • PBS NewsHour -- Creating a New Planet for Math and Science: Super STEM
    Creating a New Planet for Math and ...
    Third grade math teacher Jerriel Hall at Leckie Elementary School in Washington, ...
    0:04:16
  • PBS NewsHour -- Soul Singer Charles Bradley's Greatest Stories Is His Songs
    Soul Singer Charles Bradley's Greatest ...
    At age 64, Bradley is just getting started. He recently released his second ...
    0:03:16
  • PBS NewsHour -- Search for Sender of Ricin Letters Turns Up Odd Twists
    Search for Sender of Ricin Letters Turns ...
    Federal investigators searched a home in Tupelo, Miss., in the hunt for who sent ...
    0:09:07
  • PBS NewsHour -- Book Examines the Blurring Line Between Soldiers and Spies
    Book Examines the Blurring Line Between ...
    How did the U.S. intelligence community embrace a more operational role in the ...
    0:07:04
  • PBS NewsHour -- Pervasive Preference for Boys Prevails Among Indian Parents
    Pervasive Preference for Boys Prevails ...
    As part of the NewsHour's Agents for Change series, special correspondent Fred ...
    0:08:04