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PBS NewsHour

300 years old and this lighthouse is still a keeper

In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, we visit the nation’s first lighthouse.

300 years old and this lighthouse is still a keeper

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PBS NewsHour

How Uber is helping steer the future of self-driving cars

Uber released its first fleet of self-driving cars in Pittsburgh on Wednesday.

How Uber is helping steer the future of self-driving cars

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PBS NewsHour

Inmates get a ‘second chance’ at federal grants for college

The Department of Education will partner with colleges to provide education to prisoners.

Inmates get a ‘second chance’ at federal grants for college

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PBS NewsHour

Inside the candidates’ plans for paid leave and child care

When it comes to paid family leave, the U.S. lags behind every other developed country.

Inside the candidates’ plans for paid leave and child care

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PBS NewsHour

Trump tours Flint water crisis; Clinton releases health info

Trump made his first visit to Flint, MI, since the city had discovered lead in its water.

Trump tours Flint water crisis; Clinton releases health info

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PBS NewsHour

Turning down the volume on noise pollution for marine life

Motorized vehicles and other human-made technology can be unbearably noisy under water.

Turning down the volume on noise pollution for marine life

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Uncovering the problem of forced marriage in the U.S.

PBS NewsHour

Uncovering the problem of forced marriage in the U.S.

Over two-years, it’s estimated that there were 3,000 forced marriage cases in the U.S.

Uncovering the problem of forced marriage in the U.S.

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PBS NewsHour

What each candidate must do to win the Electoral College

The candidate who wins at least 270 electoral votes will prevail.

What each candidate must do to win the Electoral College

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PBS NewsHour

Who is Donald Trump?

From reality TV to the top of the GOP, Donald Trump has been in the spotlight for decades.

Who is Donald Trump?

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PBS NewsHour

Who is Hillary Clinton?

From conservative Goldwater girl, to the Democratic nominee for president.

Who is Hillary Clinton?

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