• PBS NewsHour -- U.S. Voters Engaged: Pew Suggests Big Turnout in Election
    U.S. Voters Engaged: Pew Suggests Big ...
    A new Pew poll suggests Americans are paying attention to 2012 campaigns, and ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Justice Department on Faulty Operation Along U.S. Border
    Justice Department on Faulty Operation ...
    The Justice Department's internal watchdog is expected to release a full report ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Chicago Schools Back in Session, Reform Issues Remain
    Chicago Schools Back in Session, Reform ...
    Chicago students head back to class as Chicago Public Schools and teachers ...
    0:11:38
  • PBS NewsHour -- GOP Scrambles to Contain Damage from Video at Fundraiser
    GOP Scrambles to Contain Damage from ...
    A video released this week caught Mitt Romney calling 47 percent of voters ...
    0:13:35
  • PBS NewsHour -- News Wrap: Pa. Court Rules Review Needed for Voter ID Law
    News Wrap: Pa. Court Rules Review Needed ...
    In other news Tuesday, the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court ordered a lower ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- How the Mortgage Crisis in Nevada Will Affect Voters
    How the Mortgage Crisis in Nevada Will ...
    In 2006, Nevada's economy was booming. Jobs were plentiful due to a burst in ...
    0:09:17
  • PBS NewsHour -- National Pride Is at Heart of China and Japan Dispute
    National Pride Is at Heart of China and ...
    As Chinese protesters have been taking out frustrations on Japanese foreigners ...
    0:07:12
  • PBS NewsHour -- Kofi Annan on 40 Years Trying to End War, Promote Peace
    Kofi Annan on 40 Years Trying to End ...
    Kofi Annan has worked for over 40 years at the United Nations trying to bring ...
    0:08:22
  • PBS NewsHour -- Surge of 'Green on Blue' Attacks Has Great Cost for U.S.
    Surge of 'Green on Blue' Attacks Has ...
    While the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan is on the horizon, the death toll for ...
    0:07:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Skeptic No Longer Doubts Human Role in Global Warming
    Skeptic No Longer Doubts Human Role in ...
    Physicist Richard Muller was one of the scientists who denied climate change and ...
    0:10:25
  • PBS NewsHour -- News Wrap: Chinese Protests over Japan's Islands Acquisition
    News Wrap: Chinese Protests over Japan's ...
    In other news Monday, Chinese protesters aggressively clashed with police and ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Doctors Are Charging More for Medicare Patients
    Doctors Are Charging More for Medicare ...
    The Center for Public Integrity investigated how Medicare billing changed over ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Middle Eastern Christians Are Increasingly Emigrating
    Middle Eastern Christians Are ...
    One century ago, 20 percent of the Middle East was Christian. Today, they are ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Poll Numbers Sliding, Romney Plans to Offer Policy Specifics
    Poll Numbers Sliding, Romney Plans to ...
    In an effort to combat sliding poll numbers, the Romney Campaign announced that ...
    0:12:11
  • PBS NewsHour -- Weekly Poem by U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey
    Weekly Poem by U.S. Poet Laureate ...
    U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey reads "Elegy," a poem from her new book ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Post-Convention Politics, Foreign Affairs, and Fed's QE3
    Post-Convention Politics, Foreign ...
    New York Times' David Brooks and the Washington Post's Ruth Marcus discuss the ...
    0:12:52
  • PBS NewsHour -- Data Mining Creating a Revolution for Campaign Strategy
    Data Mining Creating a Revolution for ...
    Increasingly, behavior psychology concepts like 'social pressure' can be used ...
    0:07:55
  • PBS NewsHour -- The Nature of Muslim Protests and the Police Response
    The Nature of Muslim Protests and the ...
    Jeffrey Brown talks to McClatchy Newspaper's Nancy Youssef, who explains the ...
    0:08:26
  • PBS NewsHour -- Four Years After Bailouts, Banks Have Bounced Back
    Four Years After Bailouts, Banks Have ...
    After the fall of Lehman Brothers in 2008, Congress passed the Troubled Asset ...
    0:11:54
  • PBS NewsHour -- Judy Woodruff Talks to Charles Scoville About Public Service
    Judy Woodruff Talks to Charles Scoville ...
    Judy Woodruff sat down with Chuck Scoville, a doctor of physical therapy, who ...
    0:03:21
  • PBS NewsHour -- Fed Takes Aggressive Stimulus Action to Move Economy Forward
    Fed Takes Aggressive Stimulus Action to ...
    Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke announced the Fed's third attempt to ...
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