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Ethical Food, From Farm to Table

Ethical Food, From Farm to Table

From organic vegetables to fair trade coffee from Africa. Discussion on farms and impact.

Telescopes May Capture First Glimpse of a Black Hole

Telescopes May Capture First Glimpse of a Black Hole

How a global network of telescopes may give us first glimpse of a black hole

"Being Mortal" - Trailer

"Being Mortal" - Trailer

Why are doctors often uncomfortable talking about death with their patients?

Why is Chuck Hagel stepping down?

PBS NewsHour

Why is Chuck Hagel stepping down?

As Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel has faced a number of tough challenges.

NYC takes on traffic fatalities

PBS NewsHour

NYC takes on traffic fatalities

The plan aims to increase penalties for dangerous drivers.

U.S. veteran leads clean-up

PBS NewsHour

U.S. veteran leads clean-up

There are still ongoing lethal consequences of the Vietnam War that ended in 1975.

US returns stolen ancient artifacts to Thailand

PBS NewsHour

US returns stolen ancient artifacts to Thailand

The U.S. returned hundreds of ancient artifacts taken from a UNESCO site to Thailand.

How immigrants are reacting to Obama’s action

PBS NewsHour

How immigrants are reacting to Obama’s action

How immigrants are reacting to Obama’s action

Cues to Alaska climate change

PBS NewsHour

Cues to Alaska climate change

Researchers are tracking the march of global warming.

Article on sexual assault provokes investigation

PBS NewsHour

Article on sexual assault provokes investigation

Article on brutal sexual assault provokes investigation at the University of Virginia

Jeh Johnson 'fully confident' in immigration legality

PBS NewsHour

Jeh Johnson 'fully confident' in immigration legality

Homeland Security secretary 'fully confident' in legality of Obama's immigration action