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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Capturing the Ebola outbreak in Liberia

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Capturing the Ebola outbreak in Liberia

Photographer John Moore has been documenting the Ebola outbreak in Monrovia, Liberia.

Capturing the Ebola outbreak in Liberia

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Displaced Iraqis fear risks of returning home

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Displaced Iraqis fear risks of returning home

Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner talks to Judy Woodruff from Irbil.

Displaced Iraqis fear risks of returning home

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Missouri National Guard arrives in Ferguson to quell unrest

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Missouri National Guard arrives in Ferguson to quell unrest

The Missouri National Guard arrived in Ferguson on the orders of Gov. Jay Nixon.

Missouri National Guard arrives in Ferguson to quell unrest

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour More emergency food assistance going to working Americans

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More emergency food assistance going to working Americans

Roughly one in seven people rely on food banks or other charities for basic nutrition.

More emergency food assistance going to working Americans

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What will it take to restore calm to the Ferguson community?

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What will it take to restore calm to the Ferguson community?

Struggling to keep order and heal divisions after more than a week of unrest.

What will it take to restore calm to the Ferguson community?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Would greater teacher independence help student performance?

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Would greater teacher independence help student performance?

John Tulenko of Learning Matters reports from Boston on a teacher-led school.

Would greater teacher independence help student performance?

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