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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour 'Handmaid's Tale' is a warning of taking rights for granted

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'Handmaid's Tale' is a warning of taking rights for granted

Jeffrey Brown talks to author Margaret Atwood and others about 'The Handmaid's Tale.'

7:10

'Handmaid's Tale' is a warning of taking rights for granted

7:10

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Bernie Sanders on making Democrats a 50-state party

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Bernie Sanders on making Democrats a 50-state party

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., joins Judy Woodruff to discuss current affairs.

7:54

Bernie Sanders on making Democrats a 50-state party

7:54

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Border wall demand softened, budget strife may persist

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Border wall demand softened, budget strife may persist

John Yang and Lisa Desjardins join Judy Woodruff to discuss a possible government shutdown

6:47

Border wall demand softened, budget strife may persist

6:47

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Donated dresses help teens believe in themselves

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Donated dresses help teens believe in themselves

Finding the perfect dress for prom season can pose a real challenge for some teenagers.

2:38

Donated dresses help teens believe in themselves

2:38

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How a tariff on Canadian lumber could backfire on the U.S.

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How a tariff on Canadian lumber could backfire on the U.S.

President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on lumber from Canada has escalated tensions.

7:18

How a tariff on Canadian lumber could backfire on the U.S.

7:18

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Immigration crackdown fears fuel uncertainty for students

PBS NewsHour

Immigration crackdown fears fuel uncertainty for students

Many DACA students are on edge, unsure about what the future holds for them.

7:51

Immigration crackdown fears fuel uncertainty for students

7:51

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Michael Flynn accused of breaking the law

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News Wrap: Michael Flynn accused of breaking the law

In our news wrap Tuesday: Michael Flynn accused of breaking the law

6:48

News Wrap: Michael Flynn accused of breaking the law

6:48

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Coal miners’ health care collides with budget showdown

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Coal miners’ health care collides with budget showdown

Why coal miners may be in danger of losing health benefits.

7:30

Coal miners’ health care collides with budget showdown

7:30

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Deadly Taliban attack on Afghan base underscores insecurity

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Deadly Taliban attack on Afghan base underscores insecurity

A Taliban assault left more than 160 dead in Afghanistan on Friday.

6:46

Deadly Taliban attack on Afghan base underscores insecurity

6:46

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour France’s political establishment unites against Le Pen

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France’s political establishment unites against Le Pen

Anti-establishment candidates go toe-to-toe in France’s presidential election.

4:33

France’s political establishment unites against Le Pen

4:33

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How cutting off subsidy payments would affect Obamacare

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How cutting off subsidy payments would affect Obamacare

Why insurance companies are pushing Congress to secure the nation’s health cares.

5:59

How cutting off subsidy payments would affect Obamacare

5:59

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Trump calls North Korea situation 'unacceptable'

PBS NewsHour

News Wrap: Trump calls North Korea situation 'unacceptable'

President Obama made his first public appearance since leaving office.

4:36

News Wrap: Trump calls North Korea situation 'unacceptable'

4:36

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Sheryl Sandberg on grief, silence and ‘Option B’

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Sheryl Sandberg on grief, silence and ‘Option B’

"It's not just the loss.... It's the silence that surrounds that."

9:12

Sheryl Sandberg on grief, silence and ‘Option B’

9:12

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The biggest sticking points fueling government shutdown talk

PBS NewsHour

The biggest sticking points fueling government shutdown talk

The countdown is on to a possible government shutdown on Saturday.

5:20

The biggest sticking points fueling government shutdown talk

5:20

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What have we learned from President Trump’s first 100 days?

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What have we learned from President Trump’s first 100 days?

Amy Walter and Tamara Keith join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics.

7:29

What have we learned from President Trump’s first 100 days?

7:29

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Macron, Le Pen head to runoff for French presidency

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Macron, Le Pen head to runoff for French presidency

Macron, Le Pen head to runoff for French presidency

3:46

Macron, Le Pen head to runoff for French presidency

3:46

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Missouri's blue-city, red-state divide over minimum wage

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Missouri's blue-city, red-state divide over minimum wage

Missouri's blue-city, red-state divide over minimum wage

9:45

Missouri's blue-city, red-state divide over minimum wage

9:45

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Venezuelan protesters demand new elections

PBS NewsHour

Venezuelan protesters demand new elections

Venezuelan protesters demand new elections

3:02

Venezuelan protesters demand new elections

3:02

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Eleven candidates vie for the French presidency

PBS NewsHour

Eleven candidates vie for the French presidency

Eleven candidates vie for the French presidency

5:21

Eleven candidates vie for the French presidency

5:21

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Scientists consider running for office

PBS NewsHour

Scientists consider running for office

Scientists consider running for office

9:23

Scientists consider running for office

9:23

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Trump grapples with campaign promises on environment

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Trump grapples with campaign promises on environment

Trump grapples with campaign promises on environment

4:00

Trump grapples with campaign promises on environment

4:00

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: French government calls for calm after attack

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News Wrap: French government calls for calm after attack

Investigators continue to inspect what led to Paris’ deadly attack.

6:17

News Wrap: French government calls for calm after attack

6:17

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Shields and Gerson on Georgia election pressure

PBS NewsHour

Shields and Gerson on Georgia election pressure

Mark Shields and Michael Gerson join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news.

12:17

Shields and Gerson on Georgia election pressure

12:17

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The psychological itch that makes a smartphone irresistible

PBS NewsHour

The psychological itch that makes a smartphone irresistible

Adam Alter offers his Humble Opinion on why it's worth going screen-free part of each day.

2:55

The psychological itch that makes a smartphone irresistible

2:55

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