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    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The body becomes music when this dancer taps tradition

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    The body becomes music when this dancer taps tradition

    "Tap dance is the dance of creating music," says Michelle Dorrance.

    The body becomes music when this dancer taps tradition

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Swedish church challenges tradition of calling God ‘he’

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    Swedish church challenges tradition of calling God ‘he’

    The God worshipped by Swedish churchgoers is getting a new gender-neutral update.

    Swedish church challenges tradition of calling God ‘he’

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour American journalist looks back at a year that changed Russia

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    American journalist looks back at a year that changed Russia

    Marvin Kalb chronicles his experience living there as a young American.

    American journalist looks back at a year that changed Russia

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Does Boston deserve its racist reputation?

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    Does Boston deserve its racist reputation?

    Boston has had a reputation as one of the most racist cities in America. Why?

    Does Boston deserve its racist reputation?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Russia’s interference in U.S. democracy isn’t over

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    Russia’s interference in U.S. democracy isn’t over

    Some say that Russia is still mounting intelligence operations in the U.S.

    Russia’s interference in U.S. democracy isn’t over

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: U.S. braces for cold after snowy Christmas

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    News Wrap: U.S. braces for cold after snowy Christmas

    States from North Dakota to Maine bundled up for brutal wind chills after snow fell.

    News Wrap: U.S. braces for cold after snowy Christmas

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