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WNET's documentary series "Time for School" visits Bucharest.
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Under an initiative called CityScore, Boston is using data to track government progress.
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Jeffrey Brown interviews Mark Ludwig and Rita Dove.
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Looking on to 2016, Obama makes fighting terror a priority for final year
One last visit to Downton Abbey before fans say goodbye
Based on your personal data, political campaigns can now determine how you'll vote.
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Why Bill Murray gets up to recite poetry every year
National security shift puts GOP establishment in spotlight
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