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Novel explores life-changing importance of female friendship

Meg Wolitzer's "The Female Persuasion" is about friendship, womanhood and ambition.

Novel explores life-changing importance of female friendship

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour This group helps turn wasteland into greener pastures

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This group helps turn wasteland into greener pastures

Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on one group’s effort to restore rural land and communities.

This group helps turn wasteland into greener pastures

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour After the Castros, what do Cubans want from this new era?

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After the Castros, what do Cubans want from this new era?

Thursday marked the end of the Castro era, but not its legacy.

After the Castros, what do Cubans want from this new era?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The argument for a U.S. trade deficit with China

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The argument for a U.S. trade deficit with China

Most economists would agree with the doctrine of trade deficits and its benefits.

The argument for a U.S. trade deficit with China

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How pilot Tammie Jo Shults stayed calm in the cockpit

Science correspondent and aviation expert Miles O'Brien joins Judy Woodruff.

How pilot Tammie Jo Shults stayed calm in the cockpit

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Island outage shows Puerto Rico still has a power problem

Amna Nawaz gets an update from special correspondent Monica Villamizar.

Island outage shows Puerto Rico still has a power problem

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News Wrap: Kim Jong Un may be willing to drop key condition

North Korea open to denuclearization without insisting U.S. troops withdraw first.

News Wrap: Kim Jong Un may be willing to drop key condition

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Where things stand in the Russia investigation.

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Where things stand in the Russia investigation.

Judy Woodruff speaks with Sen Warner about where things stand in the Russia investigation.

Where things stand in the Russia investigation.

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Why artists are responsible for moving society forward

Samora Abayomi Pinderhughes wants to make music that makes listeners live differently.

Why artists are responsible for moving society forward

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