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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The Cherokee Nation wants to reverse hepatitis C

PBS NewsHour

The Cherokee Nation wants to reverse hepatitis C

Stephen Fee reports on the Cherokee Nation's efforts to eradicate hepatitis C.

The Cherokee Nation wants to reverse hepatitis C

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How N.C. signed a bill dubbed most anti-LGBT law in the U.S.

PBS NewsHour

How N.C. signed a bill dubbed most anti-LGBT law in the U.S.

A new North Carolina law restricts protections for gay, lesbian and transgender people.

How N.C. signed a bill dubbed most anti-LGBT law in the U.S.

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Inventor Ray Kurzweil sees immortality in our future

PBS NewsHour

Inventor Ray Kurzweil sees immortality in our future

What if we could overcome disease and aging to extend our lives indefinitely?

Inventor Ray Kurzweil sees immortality in our future

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: U.S. indicts 7 hackers for attacks on banks

PBS NewsHour

News Wrap: U.S. indicts 7 hackers for attacks on banks

The U.S. has indicted seven computer hackers with ties to Iran’s government.

News Wrap: U.S. indicts 7 hackers for attacks on banks

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why economic anxiety is driving voters to ‘Trumpism’

PBS NewsHour

Why economic anxiety is driving voters to ‘Trumpism’

Economic anxiety is driving many angry voters to rally behind Donald Trump.

Why economic anxiety is driving voters to ‘Trumpism’

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