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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour D.C.’s music scene goes ‘Live at 9:30’

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D.C.’s music scene goes ‘Live at 9:30’

D.C.’s 9:30 Club has been widely acclaimed as one of the best music venues in the country.

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D.C.’s music scene goes ‘Live at 9:30’

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Ecuador looks to rebuild after devastating earthquake

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Ecuador looks to rebuild after devastating earthquake

It’s been just over a month since a deadly earthquake devastated Ecuador’s Pacific coast.

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Ecuador looks to rebuild after devastating earthquake

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Funnyman Tim Heidecker wants you to stop stealing content

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Funnyman Tim Heidecker wants you to stop stealing content

Tim Heidecker gives his Brief But Spectacular take on why people should pay for things.

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Funnyman Tim Heidecker wants you to stop stealing content

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour New ‘superbug’ becomes first drug-proof bacteria to hit U.S

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New ‘superbug’ becomes first drug-proof bacteria to hit U.S

A U.S. woman has a strain of E. coli that is resistant to last-resort antibiotics.

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New ‘superbug’ becomes first drug-proof bacteria to hit U.S

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: LGBT rights fight sinks major House energy bill

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News Wrap: LGBT rights fight sinks major House energy bill

Thursday, the fight over LGBT rights in Congress sank a major energy bill.

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News Wrap: LGBT rights fight sinks major House energy bill

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Trump, Obama trade barbs as GOP billionaire nails nomination

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Trump, Obama trade barbs as GOP billionaire nails nomination

Obama tells the international media that world leaders are afraid of a “President Trump.”

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Trump, Obama trade barbs as GOP billionaire nails nomination

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour U.S. innovators dogged by money-grubbing ‘patent trolls’

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U.S. innovators dogged by money-grubbing ‘patent trolls’

The U.S. economy is driven by innovation, but unwelcome “patent trolls” are in the way.

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U.S. innovators dogged by money-grubbing ‘patent trolls’

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour World leaders wary of a Donald Trump presidency

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World leaders wary of a Donald Trump presidency

How is the international community reacting to the New York billionaire, Donald Trump?

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World leaders wary of a Donald Trump presidency

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How Elizabeth Warren is getting under Donald Trump’s skin

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How Elizabeth Warren is getting under Donald Trump’s skin

Violent protests disrupted Donald Trump's rally in New Mexico.

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How Elizabeth Warren is getting under Donald Trump’s skin

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Long wait times for health care still dogging troubled VA

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Long wait times for health care still dogging troubled VA

Long wait times for health care still dogging troubled Veterans Affairs department.

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Long wait times for health care still dogging troubled VA

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: State Dept. watchdog slams Clinton over emails

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News Wrap: State Dept. watchdog slams Clinton over emails

Leaked audit from the State Department concludes that Hillary Clinton broke federal rules.

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News Wrap: State Dept. watchdog slams Clinton over emails

5:55

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Scientists track health fallout of nuclear bombing of Japan

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Scientists track health fallout of nuclear bombing of Japan

Health effects of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings still carefully tracked.

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Scientists track health fallout of nuclear bombing of Japan

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Troubling details emerge in U.S. bombing of Afghan hospital

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Troubling details emerge in U.S. bombing of Afghan hospital

Did Afghan troops manipulate the U.S. into bombing Doctors Without Borders hospital?

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Troubling details emerge in U.S. bombing of Afghan hospital

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why Clinton’s email woes are deemed worse than predecessors’

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Why Clinton’s email woes are deemed worse than predecessors’

Judy Woodruff talks to Rosalind Helderman about the report and and Clinton’s violations.

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Why Clinton’s email woes are deemed worse than predecessors’

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why research for the pure sake of knowing is good enough

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Why research for the pure sake of knowing is good enough

Scientific inquiry is most fruitful when knowledge is sought for its own sake.

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Why research for the pure sake of knowing is good enough

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Cranes and cows — the debate over Oregon’s federal lands

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Cranes and cows — the debate over Oregon’s federal lands

The delicate debate over Oregon’s federal lands, special correspondent Cat Wise reports.

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Cranes and cows — the debate over Oregon’s federal lands

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Sanders stumps for upset win in Golden State

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News Wrap: Sanders stumps for upset win in Golden State

Sen. Bernie Sanders to keep pressing his case, even if it means a “messy” DNC convention.

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News Wrap: Sanders stumps for upset win in Golden State

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Philadelphia plan to fund pre-K would tax soda by the ounce

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Philadelphia plan to fund pre-K would tax soda by the ounce

In Philadelphia, a battle is brewing over the mayor’s 3 cents-per-ounce tax plan.

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Philadelphia plan to fund pre-K would tax soda by the ounce

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The secret life of plants and ‘Lab Girl’ author Hope Jahren

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The secret life of plants and ‘Lab Girl’ author Hope Jahren

“Lab Girl,” both an investigation into the complex lives of plants and a personal memoir.

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The secret life of plants and ‘Lab Girl’ author Hope Jahren

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Trump teams with RNC for first official campaign fundraiser

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Trump teams with RNC for first official campaign fundraiser

Donald Trump to hold his first official fundraiser on Tuesday in conjunction with the RNC.

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Trump teams with RNC for first official campaign fundraiser

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What firing of TSA security chief means for summer travel

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What firing of TSA security chief means for summer travel

TSA security chief Kelly Hoggan has been fired after a controversial three-year tenure.

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What firing of TSA security chief means for summer travel

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What’s behind Congress’ biting infighting over Zika funding?

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What’s behind Congress’ biting infighting over Zika funding?

The White House issued a $1.9 billion plan for combating Zika virus in the U.S.

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What’s behind Congress’ biting infighting over Zika funding?

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How new Vietnam is drawing back children of U.S. immigrants

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How new Vietnam is drawing back children of U.S. immigrants

Some children of immigrants are moving back, drawn by Vietnam’s new economy.

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How new Vietnam is drawing back children of U.S. immigrants

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour In 2016 election, is it who you are for, or against?

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In 2016 election, is it who you are for, or against?

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

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In 2016 election, is it who you are for, or against?

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