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Allison McCartney for PBS NewsHour Extra Inupiat Eskimos have built a way of life around subsistence hunting and fishing in their native land of...
PBS NewsHour Extra 
2013-09-25
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Following the storming of an upscale shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, by the terrorist group al-Shabab, PBS NewsHour correspondent Margaret Warner...
PBS NewsHour Extra 
2013-10-01
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Young undocumented immigrants in the United States face a number of hurdles when trying to attend college. Undocumented students are often not...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Written by PBS NewsHour Extra The federal government has officially shut down for the first time in 17 years, meaning that 800,000 “non-essential”...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Emma Seith Small cubes that can independently roll across the ground, leap through the air, and snap together to form different shapes have been...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
One year ago this week, Malala Yousafzai, a 16-year-old schoolgirl and activist for girls’ education and women’s rights, was traveling home from her...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Henry Hepburn Weight gain happens instantaneously in the movies. Orson Welles transformed from a svelte young newspaper editor to a bloated recluse...
PBS NewsHour Extra 
2013-10-16
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Around the world, 870 million people do not have enough to eat, according to the United Nations’ World Food Program. With the current population...
PBS NewsHour Extra 
2013-10-17
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The US has avoided defaulting on its loans – and the potential of another financial crisis – thanks to a last-minute deal struck between Democrats...
PBS NewsHour Extra 
2013-10-28
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At a recent European Union summit, German Chancellor Angela Merkel responded to reports that the US monitored her cell phone, saying that the spying...