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    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Fighting the debt trap of triple-digit interest rate loans

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    Fighting the debt trap of triple-digit interest rate loans

    Fighting the debt trap of triple-digit interest rate payday loans.

    Fighting the debt trap of triple-digit interest rate loans

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How should the world respond to North Korea's h-bomb claim?

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    How should the world respond to North Korea's h-bomb claim?

    Why we should be worried about North Korea’s purported test of a hydrogen bomb.

    How should the world respond to North Korea's h-bomb claim?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour A new map to unearth Alaska’s treasures

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    A new map to unearth Alaska’s treasures

    The U.S. Geological Service released its first-ever digital map of Alaska.

    A new map to unearth Alaska’s treasures

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Young deportees start over after growing up in U.S.

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    Young deportees start over after growing up in U.S.

    Young deportees start over in Mexico after growing up in the U.S.

    Young deportees start over after growing up in U.S.

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour For disabled children, making the world a custom fit

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    For disabled children, making the world a custom fit

    For disabled children, making the world a custom fit out of cardboard.

    For disabled children, making the world a custom fit

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour A boom year for the auto industry also had some big busts

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    A boom year for the auto industry also had some big busts

    After a boom year, what’s down the road for the auto industry?

    A boom year for the auto industry also had some big busts

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Left behind by banks, poor Americans pay more to borrow

    PBS NewsHour

    Left behind by banks, poor Americans pay more to borrow

    Left behind by banks, poor Americans pay more to borrow.

    Left behind by banks, poor Americans pay more to borrow

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