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The LA River: From Ditch to an Oasis

The LA River: From Ditch to an Oasis

The LA River is getting a billion dollar makeover, complete with bike paths and parks.

Why the Fed Frets about Both Jobs and Inflation

Why the Fed Frets about Both Jobs and Inflation

The Federal Reserve is ending its money creation programs.

"Being Mortal" - Trailer

"Being Mortal" - Trailer

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

Red Cross defends response to Hurricane Sandy

PBS NewsHour

Red Cross defends response to Hurricane Sandy

Suzy DeFrancis of the American Red Cross discusses the organization’s response.

How third-party candidates could disrupt midterm

PBS NewsHour

How third-party candidates could disrupt midterm

How third-party candidates could disrupt Election Day outcomes

Questions about commercial space travel

PBS NewsHour

Questions about commercial space travel

Miles O’Brien joins Judy Woodruff for an analysis of the accident.

How the Postal Service is helping monitor snail mail

PBS NewsHour

How the Postal Service is helping monitor snail mail

How the Postal Service is helping law enforcement monitor snail mail

Families fleeing Islamic State trapped

PBS NewsHour

Families fleeing Islamic State trapped

Winter coming, displaced families fleeing Islamic State must improvise basic shelter

A look at November's big issue ballot initiatives

PBS NewsHour

A look at November's big issue ballot initiatives

Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff for a closer look at ballot initiatives.

Saving lives and bearing witness around the world

PBS NewsHour

Saving lives and bearing witness around the world

Saving lives and bearing witness in hot spots around the world

WHO reports Ebola deaths may be slowing

PBS NewsHour

WHO reports Ebola deaths may be slowing

The World Health Organization reported that Ebola fatalities remain at just under 5,000.