• PBS NewsHour -- As Riots Subside, U.K. Justice System Starts to Process...
    As Riots Subside, U.K. Justice System ...
    English cities were tense but calm Thursday as police established a forceful ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Uncertainty, Computerized Trading Fuel Wall Street's Wild...
    Uncertainty, Computerized Trading Fuel ...
    American markets once again dramatically reversed course Thursday with the Dow ...
    0:10:04
  • PBS NewsHour -- 'Wagah' Showcases Competition, Pride in Daily...
    'Wagah' Showcases Competition, Pride in ...
    "Wagah," a documentary by filmmaker Supriyo Sen, highlights the impressive ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Top Health Reform Player Berwick's Overhaul Vision Draws...
    Top Health Reform Player Berwick's ...
    As a leading player in the implementation of President Obama's health reform ...
    0:06:10
  • PBS NewsHour -- In Absentia, Perry Manages to Steal Some Thunder From...
    In Absentia, Perry Manages to Steal Some ...
    Following months of speculation, a spokesperson for Texas Gov. Rick Perry ...
    0:06:04
  • PBS NewsHour -- InvisiblePeople.tv Aims to Empower Homeless Through...
    InvisiblePeople.tv Aims to Empower ...
    Mark Horvath had a job in TV, but wound up homeless on the streets of Hollywood. ...
    0:05:51
  • PBS NewsHour -- NYC Schools Labeled as Drop-Out Factories Fight to Raise...
    NYC Schools Labeled as Drop-Out ...
    As some New York City high schools dubbed "drop-out factories" face closure, ...
    0:05:10
  • PBS NewsHour -- Mobile Slaughterhouse Helps Wash. State Farmers Meet...
    Mobile Slaughterhouse Helps Wash. State ...
    With the popularity of local food on the rise, Washington state farmer Cheryl ...
    0:06:47
  • PBS NewsHour -- Working-Class Poet Levine Named Nation's Next Laureate
    Working-Class Poet Levine Named Nation's ...
    Philip Levine, a former auto worker who became a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, ...
    0:06:34
  • PBS NewsHour -- Wis. Voters Weigh in With 'Mixed Verdict' for GOP, Democrats
    Wis. Voters Weigh in With 'Mixed ...
    Wisconsin Republicans defied a bid to oust them from control of the state Senate ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Riots Expand Outside London as Many Britons Worry Over...
    Riots Expand Outside London as Many ...
    Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday denounced the violent riots spreading ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Poet Philip Levine Reads His Work
    Poet Philip Levine Reads His Work
    Philip Levine, who was named the Library of Congress' 18th Poet Laureate ...
    0:16:21
  • PBS NewsHour -- Romer: Obama Should Push for Bold 2-Part Stimulus to Lift...
    Romer: Obama Should Push for Bold 2-Part ...
    The Dow Jones industrial average dropped by triple digits for the fourth time in ...
    0:09:22
  • PBS NewsHour -- Thelon River Explorers Battles Storms, Harsh Winds,...
    Thelon River Explorers Battles Storms, ...
    Hari connects with Nature Conservancy's M. Sanjayan mid-journey to discuss his ...
    0:03:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Girl Up Campaign Helps Teens Empower Peers Around the Globe
    Girl Up Campaign Helps Teens Empower ...
    Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation campaign, is helping adolescent American ...
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  • PBS NewsHour -- Fed's Rate Freeze Punctuates Day of Wild Market Trading
    Fed's Rate Freeze Punctuates Day of Wild ...
    The Federal Reserve announced Tuesday that it expects to keep its key interest ...
    0:09:05
  • PBS NewsHour -- What's Fueling the Rioting Raging Across United Kingdom?
    What's Fueling the Rioting Raging Across ...
    More than 500 rioters and looters have been arrested in four nights of unrest ...
    0:06:50
  • PBS NewsHour -- Inside Syria, Electricity and Internet Are Lifeblood for...
    Inside Syria, Electricity and Internet ...
    Turkey's foreign minister met with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad on Monday to ...
    0:11:54
  • PBS NewsHour -- Obama Orders Revamp of 'No Child Left Behind'
    Obama Orders Revamp of 'No Child Left ...
    Nearly a decade after it was enacted, many schools are having trouble meeting No ...
    0:06:23
  • PBS NewsHour -- Atlanta Starts New School Year Under Cloud of Cheating...
    Atlanta Starts New School Year Under ...
    Students and teachers return to Atlanta classrooms for the start of a new school ...
    0:09:02
  • PBS NewsHour -- 'Lucky Shot' on Helicopter Unlikely to Spur Changes in...
    'Lucky Shot' on Helicopter Unlikely to ...
    A Chinook helicopter carrying 30 Americans and seven Afghans was shot down early ...
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