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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour As Syrian ceasefire looms, doubts swirl about effectiveness

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As Syrian ceasefire looms, doubts swirl about effectiveness

The longstanding debate over whether the U.S. should intervene in Syria’s civil war.

As Syrian ceasefire looms, doubts swirl about effectiveness

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The convergence of economic anxiety and populist politics

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The convergence of economic anxiety and populist politics

Many Americans today are living paycheck to paycheck, will their children be better off?

The convergence of economic anxiety and populist politics

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour GOP readies for 10th debate, Sanders turns to Midwest

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GOP readies for 10th debate, Sanders turns to Midwest

Donald Trump has won three straight state contests and is ahead in Super Tuesday polls.

GOP readies for 10th debate, Sanders turns to Midwest

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How a former model plans to diversify the fashion industry

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How a former model plans to diversify the fashion industry

Beth-Ann Hardison talks about her plans to inject more color into the fashion world.

How a former model plans to diversify the fashion industry

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour In 'Lamb,' a universal tale in a rarely seen country

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In 'Lamb,' a universal tale in a rarely seen country

Ethiopia's first Cannes-selected film, "Lamb," is making its way to U.S. cinemas.

In 'Lamb,' a universal tale in a rarely seen country

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Mother of Columbine shooter on the son she thought she knew

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Mother of Columbine shooter on the son she thought she knew

Sue Klebold joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss her life in the shadow of tragedy.

Mother of Columbine shooter on the son she thought she knew

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Poet Mahogany L. Browne on 'black girl magic'

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Poet Mahogany L. Browne on 'black girl magic'

Mahogany L. Browne is a poet and author coordinating the Women of the World Poetry Slam.

Poet Mahogany L. Browne on 'black girl magic'

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Police step up effort to evict homeless from Tijuana canals

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Police step up effort to evict homeless from Tijuana canals

About 1,000 homeless people live in Tijuana, many of them migrants headed to the U.S.

Police step up effort to evict homeless from Tijuana canals

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