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Kindness may be its own reward but, for Billy Ray Harris, it has come with a $190,000 bonus prize. When Sarah Darling bent over to donate some coins...
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Peaceful protests following 'not guilty' verdict in Zimmerman-Martin case George Zimmerman, the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and...
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A future king of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth realms has been born in London’s St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington. The Duchess of Cambridge...
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Darren Evans Over the last two decades the world’s orangutan population has declined by more than 50 per cent. Despite being one of the most...
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In Washington, DC, on August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. made a speech, during which he uttered four words that were to become forever...
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As media coverage of the civil war in Syria intensifies, and the situation changes on an almost daily basis, it is possible that students may have...
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Darren Evans Sleeping can help boost the brain's ability to repair itself, according to new research. Scientists have found that sleep increases the...
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President Obama has declared a major disaster and ordered federal aid to be sent to Colorado after the state suffered from the worst flooding to hit...
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Allison McCartney for PBS NewsHour Extra Glaciers in the Arctic are now melting at a faster pace than they were only a few years ago, damaging...
2013-09-20
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Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Allison McCartney for PBS NewsHour Extra Inupiat Eskimos have built a way of life around subsistence hunting and fishing in their native land of...