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Fukushima: It could have been much worse

Fukushima: It could have been much worse

As harrowing and tragic as it was, the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster could have prod...

More brutality from ISIS is revealed

More brutality from ISIS is revealed

"Frontline" delivers a stunning look at the plight of women and children that have been...

D-Day invasion left behind stunning secrets

D-Day invasion left behind stunning secrets

The nation just noted the 71st anniversary of the largest amphibious invasion in world ...

State

State College Aid Becoming Less Accessible for Middle Class

State College Aid Becoming Less Accessible for Middle Class

Lawmakers have pumped millions into financial aid for low-income residents and are phas...

Groundwater District Seek Help Tracking Disposal Wells

Groundwater District Seek Help Tracking Disposal Wells

As oilfield waste disposal wells proliferate in Texas, groundwater managers are keenly ...

Texas Grand Jury Selection to Become More Random

Texas Grand Jury Selection to Become More Random

Texas is overhauling the way it selects grand jurors, away from an antiquated process c...

National

Sudanese military bombs don't spare civilians, aid workers

Sudanese military bombs don't spare civilians, aid workers

Sudanese military bombings don't spare civilians, aid workers

Welcome to Pluto, home to Rockies-sized mountains

Welcome to Pluto, home to Rockies-sized mountains

Welcome to Pluto, where you’ll find mountains the size of the Rockies

Why the presidential candidates are getting provocative

Why the presidential candidates are getting provocative

Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR join Gwen Ifill.

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