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Fixing the Problems at LAX

Fixing the Problems at LAX

A look at LAX passenger's top complaints, dramatic new changes at LAX & regional airports.

Is the 2015 Spending Bill a Gift to Big Banks?

Is the 2015 Spending Bill a Gift to Big Banks?

Tucked into the new federal spending bill was a provision to loosen banking regulations...

"Gunned Down: The Power of the NRA" - Preview

"Gunned Down: The Power of the NRA" - Preview

On Jan. 6, FRONTLINE takes you inside the politics and the power of the NRA.

Celebration and criticism for U.S. policy shift on Cuba

PBS NewsHour

Celebration and criticism for U.S. policy shift on Cuba

The U.S. will renew diplomatic ties with Cuba

What a lapse in terrorism insurance means

PBS NewsHour

What a lapse in terrorism insurance means

Congress ended a session without renewing funding for the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.

Getting ‘to zero’ in the fight against Ebola

PBS NewsHour

Getting ‘to zero’ in the fight against Ebola

Dr. Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank, talks the challenges of wiping out Ebola.

Holiday gifts to curb bad habits

PBS NewsHour

Holiday gifts to curb bad habits

This holiday season, behavioral economics could be a gift that keeps giving

Does economic turbulence hurt Putin’s power?

PBS NewsHour

Does economic turbulence hurt Putin’s power?

Guests examine the roots of Russian economic vulnerability.

Why has public support for gun control decreased?

PBS NewsHour

Why has public support for gun control decreased?

Two years after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a majority of Americans s...

Making body cameras part of a police officer’s uniform

PBS NewsHour

Making body cameras part of a police officer’s uniform

Dozens of American police departments have adopted the use of body cameras.

Exiting lawmakers offer words for the 113th Congress

PBS NewsHour

Exiting lawmakers offer words for the 113th Congress

long-term lawmakers who are stepping down offered farewells and final thoughts.