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    New gains seen as Iraq pushes back against Islamic State

    Douglas Ollivant, a partner with Mantid International, joins William Brangham.

    New gains seen as Iraq pushes back against Islamic State

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Egyptian court clears Mubarak in 2011 protest deaths

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    Egyptian court clears Mubarak in 2011 protest deaths

    Samer Shehata joins William Brangham from Oklahoma.

    Egyptian court clears Mubarak in 2011 protest deaths

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Fewer veterans are serving in Congress than ever before

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    Fewer veterans are serving in Congress than ever before

    Today, the only 18 percent of members of Congress have served in the military.

    Fewer veterans are serving in Congress than ever before

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour In Sierra Leone village, Ebola aid ‘too little, too late’

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    In Sierra Leone village, Ebola aid ‘too little, too late’

    Alex Thompson of Independent Television News reports.

    In Sierra Leone village, Ebola aid ‘too little, too late’

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour A veteran’s tough love message to at-risk kids

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    A veteran’s tough love message to at-risk kids

    Retired Lt. Col. David Oclander believes vets have something to teach the youth of today.

    A veteran’s tough love message to at-risk kids

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Capturing the collision of war and the civilian world

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    Capturing the collision of war and the civilian world

    Jennifer Karady’s attempt to capture the memories and experiences of veterans by photo.

    Capturing the collision of war and the civilian world

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Mormon Church grapples with origins and polygamy

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    Mormon Church grapples with origins and polygamy

    The Mormon Church released essays that acknowledge that their founder engaged in polygamy.

    Mormon Church grapples with origins and polygamy

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Are veterans’ skills under-employed in the workplace?

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    Are veterans’ skills under-employed in the workplace?

    A discussion with the authors of the new book "For Love of Country."

    Are veterans’ skills under-employed in the workplace?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Answering health care questions as open enrollment nears

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    Answering health care questions as open enrollment nears

    Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News and health policy analyst Susan Dentzer.

    Answering health care questions as open enrollment nears

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Can Washington be productive in Obama’s final years?

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    Can Washington be productive in Obama’s final years?

    Republican Rep. David Schweikert of Arizona and Democrat Rep. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland

    Can Washington be productive in Obama’s final years?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Economic issues soar at the polls as social issues slump

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    Economic issues soar at the polls as social issues slump

    Lisa Desjardins dissects some of last night’s winning and losing ballot initiatives.

    Economic issues soar at the polls as social issues slump

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Obama to voters: 'I hear you'

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    Obama to voters: 'I hear you'

    Obama to voters: 'I hear you'

    Obama to voters: 'I hear you'

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour RNC chair on GOP ground game, finding common ground

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    RNC chair on GOP ground game, finding common ground

    Gwen Ifill sits down with Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee.

    RNC chair on GOP ground game, finding common ground

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How will Republicans influence policy on IS, Iran sanctions?

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    How will Republicans influence policy on IS, Iran sanctions?

    How will the change in Congress affect U.S. policy abroad?

    How will Republicans influence policy on IS, Iran sanctions?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour North Carolina, Georgia go red despite demographic changes

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    North Carolina, Georgia go red despite demographic changes

    Voters in Georgia and North Carolina picked GOP candidates in competitive races.

    North Carolina, Georgia go red despite demographic changes

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What midterm lessons politicians can learn for 2016

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    What midterm lessons politicians can learn for 2016

    With a new party in control of Congress, what will the next big race look like?

    What midterm lessons politicians can learn for 2016

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What McConnell would as Senate majority leader

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    What McConnell would as Senate majority leader

    What would a Mitch McConnell-led Senate look like?

    What McConnell would as Senate majority leader

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What the election means for the future of immigration reform

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    What the election means for the future of immigration reform

    Cristina Jimenez of United We Dream and Brad Botwin of Help Save Maryland debate

    What the election means for the future of immigration reform

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Will Promise Zones lift Eastern Kentucky out of poverty?

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    Will Promise Zones lift Eastern Kentucky out of poverty?

    Will the federal Promise Zone initiative help lift Eastern Kentucky out of poverty?

    Will Promise Zones lift Eastern Kentucky out of poverty?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Tracking killer comets before they strike

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    Tracking killer comets before they strike

    Miles O'Brien talks to NASA astronomers who troll for trouble in the sky.

    Tracking killer comets before they strike

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Shields and Gerson on Ebola as election issue

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    Shields and Gerson on Ebola as election issue

    Mark Shields and Michael Gerson analyze the week's top political stories.

    Shields and Gerson on Ebola as election issue

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What does the Ebola czar need to do?

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    What does the Ebola czar need to do?

    What does the Ebola czar need to do?

    What does the Ebola czar need to do?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What’s motivating the Boko Haram cease-fire?

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    What’s motivating the Boko Haram cease-fire?

    What’s motivating the Boko Haram cease-fire?

    What’s motivating the Boko Haram cease-fire?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Saving South Africa's Constitutional Court art collection

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    Saving South Africa's Constitutional Court art collection

    South African Justice Cameron on importance of his court's art collection,

    Saving South Africa's Constitutional Court art collection