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Economic fragility, energy on the line for EU countries considering tougher Russia penalties

July 23, 2014
What is the chance Europe will form a united front when it comes to imposing further sanctions against Russia?
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Will conflicting federal health care law rulings head to the Supreme Court?

July 23, 2014
The federal court of appeals based in Washington ruled that the Affordable Care Act does not allow policyholders who get insurance through the federal exchange to qualify for subsidies. A separate ruling, issued hours later by a federal appeals court in Virginia, said federal exchanges policies do qualify.
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Expansion of My Brother’s Keeper initiative aims to end ‘schoolhouse to jailhouse pipeline’

July 22, 2014
The White House announced a $100 million expansion to a program aimed at improving life chances for young men of color.
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Will the MH17 disaster cause Putin to change course in Ukraine?

July 22, 2014
Since the tragedy of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a tenuous U.S.-Russia relationship has deteriorated even further.
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What kind of missile could have downed the Malaysian plane?

July 18, 2014
How safe was it for a Malaysia Airlines plane to be flying in airspace over conflict-torn Eastern Ukraine?
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Yellen cautions against being overly-optimistic before raising interest rates

July 16, 2014
Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen told a Senate hearing Tuesday that the Fed remains on course to end a stimulus program of monthly bond purchases in October.
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Is Germany overreacting to allegations of U.S. espionage?

July 11, 2014
Germany announced today that it is kicking America’s top spy out of the country after new reports of U.S. espionage. For debate on the expulsion request, Gwen Ifill talks to Mark Lowenthal, former Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council and Annette Heuser of the Bertelsmann Foundation.
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Crisis centered on children affects tone of immigration debate on Capitol Hill

July 10, 2014
The immigration debate flared back to life on Capitol Hill a day after President Obama requested $3.7 billion to cope with the flood of children at the southern U.S. border. For a closer look at the politics and rhetoric driving the debate, Gwen Ifill turns to Carrie Budoff Brown of Politico and Todd Zwillich of The Takeaway.
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Chicago grapples with how to curb gun violence after deadly weekend

July 8, 2014
In Chicago, about a dozen people were killed and up to 80 people were in injured in shootings during the city's most violent weekend of the year thus far. The city has made some progress in reducing the number of murders, but it’s still struggling to control gun violence. Gwen Ifill learns more from Paris Schutz of WTTW.