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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Carolyn Forche reads 'A Letter from Aragon'

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Carolyn Forche reads 'A Letter from Aragon'

"Poetry of Witness" co-editor Carolyn Forche reads John Cornford's "A Letter from Aragon."

Carolyn Forche reads 'A Letter from Aragon'

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How high school athletes deal with concussions

PBS NewsHour

How high school athletes deal with concussions

Student Reporting Labs explore how concussions have affected high school football players.

How high school athletes deal with concussions

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour New media models disrupt traditional journalism

PBS NewsHour

New media models disrupt traditional journalism

How will journalism survive, and what are readers to gain in the shifting media landscape?

New media models disrupt traditional journalism

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman

PBS NewsHour

Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman

Ann Hornaday talks Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s honesty on screen.

Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour South Carolina’s battle over Medicaid expansion

PBS NewsHour

South Carolina’s battle over Medicaid expansion

Mary Jo Brooks reports on the effects for S. Carolina residents who are still uninsured.

South Carolina’s battle over Medicaid expansion

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour ‘Talking cars’ could prevent accidents before they happen

PBS NewsHour

‘Talking cars’ could prevent accidents before they happen

Reporter Dan Neil talks how “talking cars” could improve safety at the cost of privacy.

‘Talking cars’ could prevent accidents before they happen

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why heroin is making a deadly comeback

PBS NewsHour

Why heroin is making a deadly comeback

Jeffrey Brown talks to guests about why heroin use in America has doubled since 2007.

Why heroin is making a deadly comeback

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