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Did you miss President #Obama 's State of the Union address? Watch it in full, and get your post- #SOTU analysis here: http://to.pbs.org/1Jfcmbo
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+Reuters' Lucas Jackson photographed the many unused Army trucks, tents and other detritus that are waiting to be removed at America’s biggest base in #Afghanistan .
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At its peak, the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan swelled to 140,000 in 2010 when Obama ordered a "surge" to counter the growing insurgency. Now, the U.S. is tasked in dismantling its operations throughout Afghanistan to house the incoming foreign troops chosen for "Resolute Support."Reuters' Lucas Jackson photographed the many unused Army trucks, tents and other detritus that are waiting to be removed at America's biggest base in Afghanistan...
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Quit bitching like a bunch of girls instead of bitching do something about it we Americans are ignorant and stupid we are supposed to run our government not the government run us. All we do is bitch
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This year, a challenge to Facebook users to douse themselves in ice water became an internet craze, raising millions for ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Gwen Ifill talks to Nancy Frates, the mother of the man who inspired the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, about the impetus for the viral fundraising campaign and how it has advanced awareness and research of the disease.

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This year, a challenge to Facebook users to douse themselves in ice water became an internet craze, raising millions for ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Gwen Ifill talks to Nancy Frates, the mother of the man who inspired the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, about the impetus for the viral fundraising campaign and how it has advanced awareness and research of the disease. Continue reading →
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and what pic did you choose? with millions to choose from, "cops". because cops are "good" people.
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Did you know that one of the soldiers buried at the Tomb of the Unknown #soldier  was identified 14 years after he was buried?

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PBS NewsHour will live stream the Veterans Day Observance Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery where Vice President Joe Biden will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and then deliver remarks inside the Memorial Amphitheater.
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Thank you to the NewsHour for this important day.
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If a teen uses a smartphone to take and share a nude photo, is it a crime or just questionable behavior?

As part of a collaboration between +The Atlantic and NewsHour, Judy Woodruff interviews  Hanna Rosin about a juvenile sexting case in Virginia.

#technology   #teenagers  
When a teen sends a sexually explicit photo of themselves, is that child both the perpetrator and the victim of child pornography?
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It's both. 
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On the 12th day from Election Day, we give to you, the Senate landscape.

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Today in the Morning Line: GOP with better than 50-50 chance of winning the Senate But it could be a late Election Night We could all be waiting on Iowa, Alaska, or go into overtime On the 12th day from … Continue reading →
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+john splater  The irony is strong with you.
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Looking for a place to watch President #Obama 's State of the Union address tonight? We've got you covered, on-air and online.

#SOTU   #politics  
PBS NewsHour will offer special programming surrounding the President's sixth annual State of the Union address.
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+Ml Hayes I hear that!
It's just that I'm so busy working that I can't just pine in whenever I want. Maybe I'll retire here next year and I can stay more involved. So I'll try to catch your posts, until then, keep it simple and positive. We're all Americans.!
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Pens -- weapon of choice of the murdered cartoonists of Charlie Hebdo -- were raised in their honor at vigils around the world. Jeffrey Brown talks to two editorial cartoonists, Tom Toles of the +Washington Post and Ted Rall of the +Los Angeles Times, about the role of satirical cartoonists in society and their declining number in the U.S.

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Pens -- weapon of choice of the murdered cartoonists of Charlie Hebdo -- were raised in their honor at vigils around the world. Jeffrey Brown talks to two editorial cartoonists, Tom Toles of the Washington Post and Ted Rall of the Los Angeles Times, about the role of satirical cartoonists in society and their declining number in the U.S. Continue reading →
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+Eileen K Carpenter You're committing the straw man fallacy.

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Sam Suchmann and Mattie Zufelt are best friends. Three years ago, these teenagers with Down syndrome had the idea to make a zombie movie. Now, with help from their supporters, they have raised more than $50,000. The NewsHour's +mike melia reports on their project and how it reflects a shift toward empowering people with developmental disabilities to express themselves creatively.

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Sam Suchmann and Mattie Zufelt are best friends. Three years ago, these teenagers with Down syndrome had the idea to make a zombie movie. Now, with help from their supporters, they have raised more than $50,000. The NewsHour's Mike Melia reports on their project and how it reflects a shift toward empowering people with developmental disabilities to express themselves creatively. Continue reading →
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A man sits at his desk in an empty classroom. Sunlight shines through the bars on the window. He is alone — there is no teacher, no other students and the chalkboard is impeccably clean. Still, the man is taking notes, it seems, and his ankle is shackled with a ball and chain.

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Alfred Espinoza wants the world to have a window to his into his life. That is, if they were to peek into his cell in a California state prison.
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In a West Virginia city of silent factories, a secret garden grows.

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Under the bridge of a four-lane highway in West Virginia, a movement is growing that some believe could help a struggling Rust Belt city recover.
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Resident headhunter Nick Corcodilos explains why your resume is getting traction.

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Relying on your resume to land you a job? Good luck. Resumes are just documents, says headhunter Nick Corcodilos, and even an email to an employer would get you further. To steer job hunters in a better direction, Nick lays out the most important steps to take in your job search.
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