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Thousands take to Beirut streets to protest government

Liz Sly of the Washington Post joins Hari Sreenivasan via Skype from Beirut.

Thousands take to Beirut streets to protest government

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Woman completes solar-powered bike ride across US

Last week 34-year-old Marissa Muller completed a solo, cross country bicycle ride.

Woman completes solar-powered bike ride across US

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How has FEMA changed since Hurricane Katrina?

Since Katrina, the agency has undergone many reforms.

How has FEMA changed since Hurricane Katrina?

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How Katrina changed the laws about evacuating pets

It's estimated that many refused to evacuate New Orleans because of their pets.

How Katrina changed the laws about evacuating pets

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'I just miss home': Two stories of life after Katrina

Hear the personal stories of two people who fled New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

'I just miss home': Two stories of life after Katrina

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Study finds PTSD may linger in chemistry of next generation

Our children may suffer the effects of a traumatic event they never witnessed.

Study finds PTSD may linger in chemistry of next generation

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