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Health Dec 29Twitter chat: What are the barriers in the fight against gynecologic cancers?
What are the warning signs of potential gynecological cancers? How can women approach their care so they can detect gynecologic cancers early? For a deeper look at symptoms, benefits of early detection and treatment options, PBS NewsHour will host a…
Nation Dec 16Twitter Chat: The role of women in newly integrated U.S. combat forces
At 1 p.m. EST on Monday, Dec. 16, PBS NewsHour (@newshour) will host a Twitter chat to discuss the series with PBS NewsHour correspondent William Brangham (@WmBrangham), producer Dan Sagalyn (@DanSagalyn), and two prominent voices from our series: Retired Colonel…
World Nov 30Twitter Chat: How do constitutions address the fundamental rights of persons with disabilities?
At 1 p.m. EST on Friday, December 2, PBS NewsHour will host a Twitter chat to discuss constitutional rights for persons with disabilities in countries around the world.
Nation Nov 14Fellow journalists, political leaders and viewers offer tributes to Gwen
The news of Gwen Ifill’s death devastated the PBS NewsHour newsroom, where she was a beloved leader and mentor to generations of journalists.
Politics Nov 075 important state and local races you may have missed
Here's a look at a few of the most interesting races that have flown under the radar in 2016.
Nation Oct 12Twitter Chat: Why we need to talk about domestic violence and abuse
Every minute, 20 people are physically abused by a romantic partner in the U.S., according to CDC numbers. This means as many as 10 million women and men experience physical abuse in a given year. But domestic abuse is not…
Nation Sep 14Twitter chat: Forced marriage in the U.S.? It happens here
When it comes to forced marriage and child marriage, few think of the United States. But in a new two-part series airing this week, PBS NewsHour special correspondent Gayle Tzemach Lemmon reports the stories of several women in the United…
Health Sep 08Twitter Chat: Going beyond the headlines on Zika, antibacterial soap and EpiPen prices
It’s been a hot summer for health news. At 12 pm EDT on Friday, we’ll hold an in-depth discussion with STAT’s Helen Branswell, Ike Swetlitz and Sheila Kaplan.
World Aug 25Twitter Chat: Why are Syrian doctors being targeted by airstrikes?
Syrian doctors are being hit in the places that should be safest: their hospitals. Join PBS NewsHour for a Twitter chat at 1 pm EDT on Friday.
Economy Aug 17Twitter Chat: Landing the job of your dreams through social media
At 3 p.m. EDT on Friday, Sree Sreenivasan (@sree) will join PBS NewsHour for a Twitter chat to talk more about networking and how going public on social media about looking for work can land you on your feet after…