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    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why is WikiLeaks publishing individuals' private details?

    PBS NewsHour

    Why is WikiLeaks publishing individuals' private details?

    Some of the leaks have the potential to endanger lives.

    Why is WikiLeaks publishing individuals' private details?

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: 1st U.S. combat death in Afghanistan in 7 months

    PBS NewsHour

    News Wrap: 1st U.S. combat death in Afghanistan in 7 months

    The first U.S. combat death in Afghanistan since January.

    News Wrap: 1st U.S. combat death in Afghanistan in 7 months

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza

    PBS NewsHour

    Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza

    In her new book “Girls and Sex,” Peggy Orenstein suggests that we re-think sexual intimacy

    Why we should think of sexual intimacy in terms of pizza

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Jill Stein on political corruption in Washington

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    Jill Stein on political corruption in Washington

    Judy Woodruff speaks with Jill Stein about her qualifications for the presidency and more.

    Jill Stein on political corruption in Washington

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock

    PBS NewsHour

    These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock

    What if there were a way to turn that gas into rock and store it safely?

    These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Does corporal punishment help students, or hurt them?

    PBS NewsHour

    Does corporal punishment help students, or hurt them?

    Proponents say the method can motivate children to behave, but research suggests otherwise

    Does corporal punishment help students, or hurt them?