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EU: Apple owes Ireland nearly $15 billion in back taxes

The European Union ruled that Apple pay over $14.5 billion in back taxes to Ireland.

7:00

EU: Apple owes Ireland nearly $15 billion in back taxes

7:00

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour For travel memories, Russell Banks prefers words to images

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For travel memories, Russell Banks prefers words to images

Writer Russell Banks shares thoughts on the difference between a traveler and a tourist.

3:44

For travel memories, Russell Banks prefers words to images

3:44

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How Donald Trump’s ground strategy ‘defies convention’

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How Donald Trump’s ground strategy ‘defies convention’

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have very different ground strategies in key states.

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How Donald Trump’s ground strategy ‘defies convention’

4:41

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Mass graves of ISIS victims discovered across Iraq and Syria

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Mass graves of ISIS victims discovered across Iraq and Syria

Gwen Ifill speaks with the AP's Lori Hinnant about the locations of these burial sites.

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Mass graves of ISIS victims discovered across Iraq and Syria

6:02

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Polls open in major congressional primaries

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News Wrap: Polls open in major congressional primaries

In our news wrap Tuesday, polls opened in several high-profile primaries.

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News Wrap: Polls open in major congressional primaries

4:02

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Preparing Chicago teachers for high-need urban classrooms

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Preparing Chicago teachers for high-need urban classrooms

An intensive training program that anticipates the challenges teachers will face.

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Preparing Chicago teachers for high-need urban classrooms

8:48

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Tourism in Iceland is booming -- but it's not all good news

As war, terrorism and uncertainty pervade the globe, travelers are flocking to Iceland.

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Tourism in Iceland is booming -- but it's not all good news

9:06

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour A vibrant picture of Brooklyn in the tumultuous 1970s

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A vibrant picture of Brooklyn in the tumultuous 1970s

“Another Brooklyn,” by Jacqueline Woodson, is not a typical coming-of-age novel.

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A vibrant picture of Brooklyn in the tumultuous 1970s

5:05

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour An extremist’s path to academia -- and fighting terrorism

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An extremist’s path to academia -- and fighting terrorism

Until 2012, Jesse Morton was Younus Abdullah Muhammad, a Muslim extremist.

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An extremist’s path to academia -- and fighting terrorism

9:41

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Chicago gun violence is ‘clear failure’ of criminal justice

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Chicago gun violence is ‘clear failure’ of criminal justice

Homicides in Chicago exceed those in New York and Los Angeles combined.

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Chicago gun violence is ‘clear failure’ of criminal justice

8:46

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Clinton & Trump are talking about minorities -- but to whom?

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Clinton & Trump are talking about minorities -- but to whom?

For political analysis, Gwen Ifill speaks with Amy Walter and Stuart Rothenberg.

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Clinton & Trump are talking about minorities -- but to whom?

7:35

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Did outcry on social media lead to Mylan’s generic EpiPen?

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Did outcry on social media lead to Mylan’s generic EpiPen?

Mylan announced its intention to offer a generic version of the EpiPen.

7:41

Did outcry on social media lead to Mylan’s generic EpiPen?

7:41

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: U.S. tells Turkey to focus on ISIS, not Kurds

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News Wrap: U.S. tells Turkey to focus on ISIS, not Kurds

American officials accused Turkey of focusing on Kurdish groups in their military campaign

4:28

News Wrap: U.S. tells Turkey to focus on ISIS, not Kurds

4:28

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Philippines groups condemn extrajudicial killings

Philippines human rights groups condemn extrajudicial killings

3:49

Philippines groups condemn extrajudicial killings

3:49

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour NYC program helps refugee kids prepare for school

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NYC program helps refugee kids prepare for school

NYC program helps refugee kids prepare for school

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NYC program helps refugee kids prepare for school

4:41

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How should media decide to publish controversial images?

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How should media decide to publish controversial images?

How should media decide whether to publish controversial images?

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How should media decide to publish controversial images?

6:56

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Italy marks national day of mourning after quake

Italy marks national day of mourning after quake

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Italy marks national day of mourning after quake

3:33

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Obama to make marine preserve largest in the world

Obama to make marine preserve largest in the world

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Obama to make marine preserve largest in the world

4:46

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Why some manufacturers are returning to the U.S.

Why some manufacturers are returning to the U.S.

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Why some manufacturers are returning to the U.S.

7:59

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Devastated Italian towns receive global support

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Devastated Italian towns receive global support

Three days after the devastating earthquake in Italy, the death toll has climbed to 281.

3:43

Devastated Italian towns receive global support

3:43

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How scientists aim to combat the invasive lionfish

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How scientists aim to combat the invasive lionfish

Killing mass numbers of lionfish may be the only way to combat the problem.

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How scientists aim to combat the invasive lionfish

4:55

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Siege near Damascus to end after 4 years

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News Wrap: Siege near Damascus to end after 4 years

Siege near Damascus to end after 4 years; suicide bomb kills 11 in Turkey

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News Wrap: Siege near Damascus to end after 4 years

6:52

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Shields and Brooks on racism and Clinton's trustworthiness

Mark Shields and David Brooks give their take on this week’s political news.

11:49

Shields and Brooks on racism and Clinton's trustworthiness

11:49

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Six Virginia voters share their election impressions

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Six Virginia voters share their election impressions

Judy Woodruff sits with voters from Northern Virginia to get a perspective on the election

13:45

Six Virginia voters share their election impressions

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