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    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Want to feel connected? There's a book for that.

    PBS NewsHour

    Want to feel connected? There's a book for that.

    Lisa Lucas gives us her Brief but Spectacular take on how books connect us to one another.

    Want to feel connected? There's a book for that.

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Florida, Cuba brace for wrath of Hurricane Irma

    PBS NewsHour

    Florida, Cuba brace for wrath of Hurricane Irma

    Hurricane Irma, slightly weaker but undiminished, has left a trail of destruction.

    Florida, Cuba brace for wrath of Hurricane Irma

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Equifax data hacked for roughly 143 million

    PBS NewsHour

    News Wrap: Equifax data hacked for roughly 143 million

    More than a third of the U.S. population could be affected by a data breach of Equifax.

    News Wrap: Equifax data hacked for roughly 143 million

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Durbin: DACA ‘epitaph could turn into an opportunity’

    PBS NewsHour

    Durbin: DACA ‘epitaph could turn into an opportunity’

    Will the president’s signs of bipartisanship be helpful in fixing immigration?

    Durbin: DACA ‘epitaph could turn into an opportunity’

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What you need to know about the federal debt ceiling

    PBS NewsHour

    What you need to know about the federal debt ceiling

    What could happen if we don’t raise the debt limit?

    What you need to know about the federal debt ceiling

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How coming clean about financial struggle became a calling

    PBS NewsHour

    How coming clean about financial struggle became a calling

    The economy has improved but those facing long-term unemployment are far from alone.

    How coming clean about financial struggle became a calling

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Can a new generation of Americans serve up great tennis?

    PBS NewsHour

    Can a new generation of Americans serve up great tennis?

    As four American women reach the U.S. Open semifinals, why is men’s tennis lagging behind?

    Can a new generation of Americans serve up great tennis?