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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour North Carolina and Maryland challenge gerrymandering

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North Carolina and Maryland challenge gerrymandering

North Carolina and Maryland challenge gerrymandering

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North Carolina and Maryland challenge gerrymandering

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Carl Reiner on being a comedian and Mel Brooks’ best friend

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Carl Reiner on being a comedian and Mel Brooks’ best friend

Carl Reiner never thought about going into comedy. That was until he met Mel Brooks.

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Carl Reiner on being a comedian and Mel Brooks’ best friend

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour FARC holds final summit as an armed rebel group

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FARC holds final summit as an armed rebel group

Colombia will sign a peace accord, ending more than 50 years of war.

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FARC holds final summit as an armed rebel group

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Footage of Keith Scott shooting raises more questions

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Footage of Keith Scott shooting raises more questions

Footage of officers shooting Keith Scott, taken by the victim’s wife, was released Friday.

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Footage of Keith Scott shooting raises more questions

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Tulsa officer turns herself in to face charges

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News Wrap: Tulsa officer turns herself in to face charges

The Tulsa police officer charged in the death of an unarmed black man turned herself in.

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News Wrap: Tulsa officer turns herself in to face charges

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Shields and Brooks on transparency in police shootings

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Shields and Brooks on transparency in police shootings

Mark Shields and David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news.

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Shields and Brooks on transparency in police shootings

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Using an ancient Greek tragedy to face trauma in Ferguson​

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Using an ancient Greek tragedy to face trauma in Ferguson​

A play that speaks to Ferguson’s tragedy and lets the audience speak back.

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Using an ancient Greek tragedy to face trauma in Ferguson​

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What President Hillary Clinton would do on Day 1

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What President Hillary Clinton would do on Day 1

What would Hillary Clinton propose and get done in the first days of her presidency?

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What President Hillary Clinton would do on Day 1

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Defiant Assad blames U.S. for failed cease-fire

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Defiant Assad blames U.S. for failed cease-fire

Scores of airstrikes lit the skies of Aleppo on Wednesday night -- the most in months.

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Defiant Assad blames U.S. for failed cease-fire

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Officer charged for shooting unarmed Tulsa man

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News Wrap: Officer charged for shooting unarmed Tulsa man

Policewoman who shot Terence Crutcher is charged with first-degree manslaughter.

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News Wrap: Officer charged for shooting unarmed Tulsa man

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Soldiers stand in Charlotte’s streets amid police protests

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Soldiers stand in Charlotte’s streets amid police protests

Charlotte has been reeling from the shooting death of Keith Scott by police.

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Soldiers stand in Charlotte’s streets amid police protests

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The fate of ACA hinges on who wins in November

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The fate of ACA hinges on who wins in November

One big issue at stake in this election is President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.

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The fate of ACA hinges on who wins in November

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The psychological trick behind getting people to say yes

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The psychological trick behind getting people to say yes

Paul Solman speaks with Robert Cialdini about the crucial step before persuasion begins.

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The psychological trick behind getting people to say yes

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The state of safety and civil rights for black Americans

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The state of safety and civil rights for black Americans

Charlotte and Tulsa are the most recent cities to see protests concerning police violence.

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The state of safety and civil rights for black Americans

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The state of safety and civil rights for black Americans

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The state of safety and civil rights for black Americans

Charlotte and Tulsa are the most recent cities to see protests concerning police violence.

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The state of safety and civil rights for black Americans

10:17

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Trump offers take on Charlotte protests

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Trump offers take on Charlotte protests

At an energy conference, Donald Trump commented on the protests in Charlotte, N.C.

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Trump offers take on Charlotte protests

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What President Donald Trump would do on Day 1

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What President Donald Trump would do on Day 1

A look at what the candidates may actually do once they get to the oval office.

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What President Donald Trump would do on Day 1

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Candidates weigh in on race and policing after new shootings

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Candidates weigh in on race and policing after new shootings

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton weighed in on news of recent deadly police shootings.

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Candidates weigh in on race and policing after new shootings

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Charlotte mayor promises investigation of highest integrity

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Charlotte mayor promises investigation of highest integrity

Judy Woodruff speaks with Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts about unrest in the community.

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Charlotte mayor promises investigation of highest integrity

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Could Trump's foreign dealings pose conflicts of interest?

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Could Trump's foreign dealings pose conflicts of interest?

Donald Trump’s extensive global business dealings and potential conflicts of interest.

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Could Trump's foreign dealings pose conflicts of interest?

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Gary Johnson on the rules keeping him off the debate stage

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Gary Johnson on the rules keeping him off the debate stage

Gary Johnson speaks with Gwen Ifill about what he sees as unfair election polling.

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Gary Johnson on the rules keeping him off the debate stage

7:05

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How robots are joining the police force

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How robots are joining the police force

A look at a new technology that is increasingly being used by law enforcement.

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How robots are joining the police force

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour New museum tells America’s story via African-American lens

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New museum tells America’s story via African-American lens

The National Museum of African American History and Culture Smithsonian opens on Saturday.

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New museum tells America’s story via African-American lens

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Fed will keep key interest rate near record lows

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News Wrap: Fed will keep key interest rate near record lows

Federal Reserve said it'll hold on keeping a key, short-term interest rate a record lows.

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News Wrap: Fed will keep key interest rate near record lows

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