• PBS NewsHour -- Richard Ford Reads From 'Canada'
    Richard Ford Reads From 'Canada'
    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Ford reads from his new novel, "Canada."
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Swing States Weigh in on Presidential Race
    Swing States Weigh in on Presidential ...
    Judy Woodruff talks to four journalists from swing states who are covering the ...
  • PBS NewsHour -- As Whooping Cough Rebounds in U.S., Infants at Greatest Risk
    As Whooping Cough Rebounds in U.S., ...
    As the worst whooping cough outbreak in more than half a century grips the U.S., ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Nyad Ends Marathon Cuba-Florida Swim, Endures Storms
    Nyad Ends Marathon Cuba-Florida Swim, ...
    Diana Nyad, a 62-year-old swimmer, made her fourth attempt at swimming the ...
    0:07:28
  • PBS NewsHour -- GOP Sidelines Akin But Asserts It's 'Proud Pro-Life Party'
    GOP Sidelines Akin But Asserts It's ...
    High-level Republicans continue to push Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.) to end his senate ...
    0:10:40
  • PBS NewsHour -- Syrian Deputy PM Objects to U.S. Threat of Intervention
    Syrian Deputy PM Objects to U.S. Threat ...
    In other news Tuesday, Syria's deputy prime minister rebuked President Obama's ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Mickey Edwards Urges Congress, Be 'an American First'
    Mickey Edwards Urges Congress, Be 'an ...
    Mickey Edwards, former Republican congressman, rails against political division ...
    0:07:53
  • PBS NewsHour -- Tech Stocks: Apple Dominates Wall Street, Facebook Flails
    Tech Stocks: Apple Dominates Wall ...
    Apple became the highest valued company ever when its stock reached a new high. ...
    0:09:34
  • PBS NewsHour -- Remarks by Rep. Todd Akin Spark Political Uproar for GOP
    Remarks by Rep. Todd Akin Spark ...
    When Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.) made anti-abortion remarks about 'legitimate rape' ...
    0:11:02
  • PBS NewsHour -- Not 'Smoke-Free': Tobacco Use Booms in Developing World
    Not 'Smoke-Free': Tobacco Use Booms in ...
    British Medical Journal The Lancet studied tobacco use in 14 developing nations, ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Reinventing Summer School to stop kids' Learning Loss
    Reinventing Summer School to stop kids' ...
    In Providence, R.I., the Summer Scholars Program has reinvented summer school by ...
    0:07:50
  • PBS NewsHour -- Politically Torn Between Individualism and Community
    Politically Torn Between Individualism ...
    Judy Woodruff talks to E.J. Dionne about his new book, "Our Divided Political ...
    0:07:26
  • PBS NewsHour -- Augusta National 'Fraternity' Goes Coed
    Augusta National 'Fraternity' Goes Coed
    In a surprise move, Augusta National Golf Club ended its men-only membership ...
    0:05:52
  • PBS NewsHour -- Shields and Lowry on GOP Veep Choice Paul Ryan, Medicare
    Shields and Lowry on GOP Veep Choice ...
    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and National Review editor Rich Lowry discuss ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- U.S. Soldier Suicides Spike Even as Deployment Declines
    U.S. Soldier Suicides Spike Even as ...
    There were two more 'green on blue' attacks by Afghan troops on U.S. and ...
    0:08:03
  • PBS NewsHour -- Russian Dissidents Hope Pussy Riot Trial Aids Opposition
    Russian Dissidents Hope Pussy Riot Trial ...
    The political context of the Pussy Riot trial extends far beyond the walls of ...
    0:04:45
  • PBS NewsHour -- Making Sense of Summer Work Visas For Foreigners
    Making Sense of Summer Work Visas For ...
    Since the 1960s, the State Department has sponsored young foreigners for ...
    0:09:25
  • PBS NewsHour -- Conversation: Marjane Satrapi
    Conversation: Marjane Satrapi
    Marjane Satrapi's "Persepolis" won international acclaim as an autobiographical ...
    0:09:31
  • PBS NewsHour -- Undocumented Immigrants Line Up for Deportation Waivers
    Undocumented Immigrants Line Up for ...
    A policy change by the Obama administration opened the doors for certain young, ...
    0:10:32
  • PBS NewsHour -- Money and Ethics
    Money and Ethics
    A repost of Economics Correspondent Paul Solman's all-time favorite story on ...
    0:12:30
  • PBS NewsHour -- A Sour Year for Michigan Cherry Farmers
    A Sour Year for Michigan Cherry Farmers
    An early spring followed by 19 frost events killed Michigan's cherry crop and ...
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