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By Stephanie Sy, Lena I. Jackson
On this edition for Sunday, March 3, the U.S. and South Korea announce they will scale back joint “war game” exercises, a centuries-long dispute continues between Greece and Britain over the rightful place of the Parthenon marbles, California’s dying Salton…
By PBS NewsHour
California’s Salton Sea, the state’s largest inland body of water, formed when a dam broke and it stayed alive with agricultural water runoff. Today, it’s water supply has dried up, and the sea is dying. But, as NewsHour Weekend’s Christopher…
By Christopher Booker, Mori Rothman
NewsHour Weekend airs only small excerpts of footage from weeks of planning and production. So in our holiday series “Making NewsHour Weekend,” Hari Sreenivasan points the camera on our producers. In part one of four, Christopher Booker, Laura Fong and…
On this edition for Sunday, July 8, why a conservative Supreme Court could impact the midterms, and how artist communities are thriving along the disappearing Salton Sea. Also, adults born of sexual assault during the Bosnian war are grappling with…
California’s Salton Sea was once hailed as a miracle in the desert. Located about 40 miles south of Palm Springs, it’s the state’s largest inland body of water. But today, the sea is no longer the early 20th century fishing…
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