News Wrap: Mistrial for South Carolina police officer who killed Walter Scott
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News Wrap: Mistrial for South Carolina police officer who killed Walter Scott

In our news wrap Monday, a South Carolina judge declared a mistrial in a police…

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Dec. 4, 2016
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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Dec. 4, 2016

On this edition for Sunday. Dec. 4, people mourn the death of Cuban communist leader…

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Fidel Castro interred in Cuban ceremony
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Fidel Castro interred in Cuban ceremony

Fidel Castro was laid to rest on Sunday during a private ceremony that capped nine…

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Ignored building codes at center of Oakland warehouse fire talks
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Ignored building codes at center of Oakland warehouse fire talks

Emergency responders on Sunday were still searching through the carcass of a burnt-out warehouse in…

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Emergency responders in Oakland brace for more casualties
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Emergency responders in Oakland brace for more casualties

In Oakland, firefighters and police on Sunday had only gone through less than half the…

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Rwanda was first to prosecute mass rape as war crime
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Rwanda was first to prosecute mass rape as war crime

A new documentary takes an in-depth look at the difficulties of prosecuting mass rape in…

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Dec. 3, 2016
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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Dec. 3, 2016

On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 3, a deadly fire engulfs a warehouse party in…

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Italian vote could amend post-war constitution
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Italian vote could amend post-war constitution

Italians on Sunday will vote on a referendum to amend their post-World War II constitution,…

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Populist politics play out in Austrian election
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Populist politics play out in Austrian election

In Europe, anti-establishment, populist political parties are on the rise, a development playing out as…

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Embargo remains for some Cuba sectors, as trade grows slowly
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Embargo remains for some Cuba sectors, as trade grows slowly

In 2014, after a five-decade freeze, President Obama announced the U.S. would begin reestablishing diplomatic…

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