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Food Prices Rise Across the US Due to Drought

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The drought gripping the Midwest is affecting 88 percent of the country's corn crop and will send food prices up next year, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hari Sreenevasan spoke Thursday with Richard Volpe, research economist for the USDA. We asked if prices will rise equally across the country or hit particular regions harder than others.

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PBS NewsHour full episode June 28, 2016

PBS NewsHour full episode for June 28, 2016

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PBS NewsHour full episode June 28, 2016

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PBS NewsHour full episode June 27, 2016

PBS NewsHour full episode for June 27, 2016

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PBS NewsHour full episode June 27, 2016

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 26, 2016

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 26, 2016

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 26, 2016

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 25, 2016

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 25, 2016

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 25, 2016

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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour $7 million, 800-page GOP Benghazi report lands with a thud

PBS NewsHour

$7 million, 800-page GOP Benghazi report lands with a thud

Two years, $7 million, 800 pages later, GOP Benghazi report lands with a thud.

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$7 million, 800-page GOP Benghazi report lands with a thud

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Bringing diversity and brown faces to children’s books

Writer Sherman Alexie has just published his first children’s book, “Thunder Boy Jr."

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Bringing diversity and brown faces to children’s books

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Digging into the Brexit vote’s stark generation gap

In general, older voters voted to leave, while younger voters wanted to remain.

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Digging into the Brexit vote’s stark generation gap

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News Wrap: Deadly suicide bombing strikes Istanbul airport

Tuesday, a terror attack at Istanbul’s main airport killed several people.

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News Wrap: Deadly suicide bombing strikes Istanbul airport

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Remembering coach Pat Summitt, women’s sports pioneer

John Yang takes a look back at the women’s sports pioneer’s life on and off the hardwood.

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Remembering coach Pat Summitt, women’s sports pioneer

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Should a juvenile sex offender be locked up indefinitely?​

Sex crime offenders in some states are being held years beyond their release date.

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Should a juvenile sex offender be locked up indefinitely?​

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Top U.S. litigator reflects on Supreme Court wins, losses

Solicitor General Donald Verrilli sat down with Judy Woodruff for an exit interview.

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Top U.S. litigator reflects on Supreme Court wins, losses

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Unique college program helps poor students make the grade

Innovative program helps even the playing field for poor students.

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Unique college program helps poor students make the grade

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Interview and Town Hall with President Obama

Exclusive interview & town hall with President Obama airs Wednesday, June 1 at 8/7c

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Interview and Town Hall with President Obama

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Watch the PBS NewsHour Town Hall

Watch the PBS NewsHour Town Hall

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Watch the PBS NewsHour Town Hall

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PBS NewsHour Democratic Presidential Debate

Live from Milwaukee, Wis., Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will moderate the debate.

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PBS NewsHour Democratic Presidential Debate

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State of the Union 2016

PBS NEWSHOUR offers live coverage of President Obama's speech and the Republican response.

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State of the Union 2016

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