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By PBS NewsHour
Charter Schools, Federal Grants Expand Teacher Evaluations…
Health Care Spending Increases but Rate Slows With Recession and Economy…
Eleven years after the Twin Towers fell, the final portion of the $700 million New York project to build an underground 9/11 museum remains incomplete, as city, state and federal governments disagree over who pays for what and for how…
SpaceX Blasts Into 'Uncharted Territory,' Hoping to Make Space Cheaper…
With the space shuttle era now over and U.S. space flight on the verge of going private for the near future, the company behind the so-called SpaceX project has ambitious plans to make space flight cheaper for cargo and for…
U.S., U.K. Poets Laureate on Being Public Face for 'Solitary Act'…
HUD Secretary Donovan: 'We Need to Do More' to Help Homeowners…
As private equity firms gain more attention this election season, Judy Woodruff discusses whether private equity activity is more focused on short-term profits or the long-term health of companies with The Riverside Company's Stewart Kohl and author Josh Kosman.
Mitt Romney's tenure at one of the world's largest private investment firms, Bain Capital, has emerged as a major campaign issue this election season. Judy Woodruff discusses the company's hiring statistics and Romney's role with The Boston Globe's Beth Healy…
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