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Clinton works to win over women voters

Both frontrunners have redoubled their appeals to women voters.

Clinton works to win over women voters

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How private schools kept decades of sexual abuse secret

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How private schools kept decades of sexual abuse secret

Allegations of sexual abuse in private schools have surfaced over the past few years.

How private schools kept decades of sexual abuse secret

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How the 'Southwest Airlines of Europe' makes a profit

Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports from the islands of Guadeloupe.

How the 'Southwest Airlines of Europe' makes a profit

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How Trump stumped the GOP elite

Amy Walter and Tamara Keith join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest in politics.

How Trump stumped the GOP elite

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour NC governor: We need clarity on bathroom law

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NC governor: We need clarity on bathroom law

North Carolina’s controversial bill to restrict restroom access by biological gender.

NC governor: We need clarity on bathroom law

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Oil-reliant Saudi Arabia envisions a new economic path

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Oil-reliant Saudi Arabia envisions a new economic path

As global oil prices drop, Saudi Arabia is struggling against its reliance on oil exports.

Oil-reliant Saudi Arabia envisions a new economic path

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What actually happens to your recycled electronics?

A lot of tossed junk, with its toxic components, winds up in poorer nations.

What actually happens to your recycled electronics?

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