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Does corporal punishment help students, or hurt them?

Proponents say the method can motivate children to behave, but research suggests otherwise

Does corporal punishment help students, or hurt them?

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Jill Stein on political corruption in Washington

Judy Woodruff speaks with Jill Stein about her qualifications for the presidency and more.

Jill Stein on political corruption in Washington

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News Wrap: 1st U.S. combat death in Afghanistan in 7 months

The first U.S. combat death in Afghanistan since January.

News Wrap: 1st U.S. combat death in Afghanistan in 7 months

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock

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These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock

What if there were a way to turn that gas into rock and store it safely?

These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock

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Why is WikiLeaks publishing individuals' private details?

Some of the leaks have the potential to endanger lives.

Why is WikiLeaks publishing individuals' private details?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza

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Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza

In her new book “Girls and Sex,” Peggy Orenstein suggests that we re-think sexual intimacy

Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza

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