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World Dec 11A region-by-region guide to the Middle East’s migrant crisis
The world is currently facing the worst migration crisis since World War II: millions are displaced and thousands have died this year alone. Here is a region-by-region look at where these migrants have traveled and how governments have responded.
Arts Oct 09This viewer mail prompted Judy Woodruff to get poetic
At the PBS NewsHour, we get a lot of people writing in to share their thoughts on the show. Sometimes they tell us how much a particular segment means to them, or how much they learned. Sometimes they are more…
Health Oct 08Twitter chat: Addressing the mental health stigma
For people living with a mental illness, factors such as isolation, stigma, delayed care and inadequate community support can be barriers to living well. Join @NewsHour for a Twitter chat to discuss these issues at 1 p.m. EDT Friday.
World Oct 07Russia escalates attacks in Syria with cruise missiles
Russia began launching cruise missiles into Syria from warships in the Caspian Sea in coordination with Syrian ground troops Wednesday.
Politics Sep 21Donald Trump held a live Twitter chat. What could possibly go wrong?
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump decided to do a live Twitter chat from the outlet’s New York City office to reach voters through social media.
Nation Sep 18Video shows California police striking teenager after allegedly jaywalking
Footage emerged Thursday of police officers in Stockton, California, violently arresting a 16-year-old boy for allegedly jaywalking.
Arts Sep 15Why Agatha Christie is even more awesome than you thought
Today marks the 125th birthday of famed British novelist Agatha Christie, a pioneer of detective fiction.
Arts Sep 15First-time novelist, first Jamaican among Booker Prize shortlist authors
First-time novelist Chigozie Obioma and Jamaican writer Marlon James are among the six authors who have been shortlisted for this year’s Man Booker Prize. The other shortlisted authors are Tom McCarthy (“Satin Island”), Sunjeev Sahota (“The Year of the Runaways”),…
Arts Sep 02Photos give powerful visibility to chronic illness
“Suffering the Silence” is aimed at enabling those with chronic illness to discuss their illness publicly and on their own terms.
Nation Sep 02Hundreds of migrants stranded in Budapest
Hundreds of migrants have been left stranded outside the Keleti Train station in Budapest after Hungary blocked asylum-seekers from travelling to European countries for the second day today.