Remembering Shimon Peres, founding father of Israel
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Remembering Shimon Peres, founding father of Israel

Israel’s Shimon Peres had a political career that extended for nearly five decades. A protege…

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Bombing onslaught in Syria triggers condemnation, threatens U.S.-Russia cooperation
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Bombing onslaught in Syria triggers condemnation, threatens U.S.-Russia cooperation

Two hospitals were among dozens of other targets bombed in Aleppo, Syria, on Wednesday. Activists…

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News Wrap: Congress ends stalemate over funding bill, averting crisis
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News Wrap: Congress ends stalemate over funding bill, averting crisis

In our news wrap Wednesday, the Senate easily approved bill to keep the government funded…

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Does the bill permitting lawsuits against governments set dangerous precedent?
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Does the bill permitting lawsuits against governments set dangerous precedent?

In a rare show of unity, 97 senators voted to override President Obama’s veto of…

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With debate momentum, Clinton works to win over young voters
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With debate momentum, Clinton works to win over young voters

Hillary Clinton sought to monopolize on her momentum from Monday’s debate at a rally in…

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Full news conference on Townville, South Carolina shooting
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Full news conference on Townville, South Carolina shooting

Town officials and law enforcement spoke at a news conference Wednesday, providing preliminary details on…

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PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 27, 2016
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PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 27, 2016

Tuesday on the NewsHour, the campaigns respond to the first presidential debate. We put some…

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How caring for a dying husband made life better
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How caring for a dying husband made life better

The best seven months of Tracy Grant’s life were the months she spent caring for…

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The struggling, rural, white communities that feel like nobody one cares
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The struggling, rural, white communities that feel like nobody one cares

In “Hillbilly Elegy,” J.D. Vance explores life in some of the most geographically secluded parts…

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Boston brings the music back by boosting arts education
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Boston brings the music back by boosting arts education

At a time when schools across the country are cutting arts education, this city is…

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