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In “Hillbilly Elegy,” J.D. Vance explores life in some of the most geographically secluded parts of the country and the mountain of problems communities there are facing, from economic issues to drug addiction.
In “Hillbilly Elegy,” J.D. Vance explores life in some of the most geographically secluded parts of the country and the mountain of problems communities there are facing, from economic issues to drug addiction. The subject is a personal one for Vance, who was raised by his grandparents in Appalachia. Judy Woodruff sits down with him to discuss his experience and how these issues came to be.
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instead of drive-bys an hoodies it would be hoe-downs and moonshiners...
just for laughs
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At a time when schools across the country are cutting arts education, this city is aiming to make it universal
At a time when schools across the country are cutting arts education, this city is aiming to make it universal. Myran Parker-Brass, a classically trained mezzo-soprano who sang for the Boston Symphony, is working to provide weekly arts education to all middle and elementary Boston public school students. And she’s not stopping there. Special correspondent Lisa Stark of Education Week reports.
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Wonderful!
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For many women, watching Trump interrupt Clinton 51 times was unnerving but familiar
For more than 90 minutes on a national stage, women said Trump subjected the first female presidential candidate from a major party to indignities they experience from men daily, in the workplace and beyond.
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There are three other people running for the office of President. Just sayin'.
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Seeing a culture of fear, poet explores the immigrant dream
Poet Tishani Doshi has long reflected on the idea of immigration and creating a new home in new land. But she has become alarmed about the “culture of fear” that has developed toward immigrants in the United Sates and Britain.
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This company raised minimum wage to $70,000 — and it helped business
In 2015, Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price announced he would raise the company’s minimum wage to $70,000 a year by 2017 and slash his own compensation by more than 90 percent. More than a year later, Price reports the company's revenue and clientele has grown substantially, despite critics' predictions that the move would be bad for business. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent John Larson reports.
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U doing great
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Get a fun, GIF-filled recap of the Poldark Season 2 premiere, as seen on MASTERPIECE last night. #PoldarkPBS http://to.pbs.org/2daKvCt
Get a fun, GIF-filled recap of the Poldark Season 2 premiere, as seen on MASTERPIECE on PBS. Poldark Season 2 continues airing Sundays October 2 - November 27, 2016 at 9/8c. #PoldarkPBS
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When managers treat job applicants rudely, their incompetence casts a pall on the whole company — and it costs them good hires.
When managers treat job applicants rudely, their incompetence casts a pall on the whole company — and it costs them good hires.
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I had this experience at a meet and greet type thing with a potential employer. He was very curt and arrogant, truthfully I was glad I did not get a call back.
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The best seven months of Tracy Grant’s life were the months she spent caring for her husband with terminal cancer.
The best seven months of Tracy Grant’s life were the months she spent caring for her husband with terminal cancer. Suddenly, she says, there were no “bad days.” Petty work mishaps didn’t seem nearly as bad when all she could do was look forward to the little things, like spontaneous laughter or the night sky. Those final months made up the best gift he gave her, Grant says.
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I found it heart breaking and stressful
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The musical rumble that makes listeners love ‘West Side Story’
On this day nearly six decades ago, “West Side Story” premiered on Broadway. And the music of the Sharks and the Jets, and star-crossed lovers Tony and Maria is as vibrant as it was in 1957. Jeffrey Brown sits down with composer and musician Rob Kapilow to discuss what it is about Leonard Bernstein’s hit musical style that has allowed the love story to live on for decades.
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Neuroeducation programs sold to schools often rely on claims that aren’t backed by science. #NOVAnext
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Nineteen months of campaigning and years of presidential ambitions from both candidates just compressed themselves into a 94-minute battle of words. But as
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In all my years this is worst election in history, and I blame the partyies for this mess.
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What to expect from the first presidential debate
As U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prepare for their first debate on Monday night, NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield joins Hari Sreenivasan in New York to discuss what to expect.
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Use to be... watching these things we felt a little better about 'em because of all the promises they would make about how they'll change things for the better an how better off we'll be by putting them in office and we all knew if a tenth of what they said would happen it wouldn't be so bad after all.
Now they go right past those promises [for better or worse] an dive right into mud slingin'
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