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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Aboard a boat that ferries scientists to Alaskan wildlife

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Aboard a boat that ferries scientists to Alaskan wildlife

Every summer, the research vessel Tiglax travels along Alaska’s Aleutian Islands.

Aboard a boat that ferries scientists to Alaskan wildlife

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Fame offers athletes like Kaepernick a platform for dissent

Colin Kaepernick made headlines this week when he refused to stand for the national anthem

Fame offers athletes like Kaepernick a platform for dissent

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News Wrap: Lower August job creation keeps unemployment flat

August job growth was lower than expected, with 151,000 new positions created.

News Wrap: Lower August job creation keeps unemployment flat

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour A rebuilt Joplin thrives, but emotional damage lingers

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A rebuilt Joplin thrives, but emotional damage lingers

The tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri, in May 2011 was one of the most destructive in U.S.

A rebuilt Joplin thrives, but emotional damage lingers

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Shields and Brooks on immigration and if Clinton can lay low

Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Mark Shields and David Brooks on this week in politics.

Shields and Brooks on immigration and if Clinton can lay low

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour We now know what Clinton told the FBI -- but should we?

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We now know what Clinton told the FBI -- but should we?

The FBI released two key documents from its investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.

We now know what Clinton told the FBI -- but should we?

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Why Hermine is the first hurricane to hit the U.S. in years

Early Friday morning, Hurricane Hermine hit Florida’s Big Bend region on the Gulf Coast.

Why Hermine is the first hurricane to hit the U.S. in years

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