Best pns podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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PBS NewsHour
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Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Full Episodes – PBS NewsHour
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS
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America's premier investigative documentary series since 1983. We answer only to you.FRONTLINE presents audio versions of select full-length episodes for listening on the go. Want more full-length FRONTLINE Audiocasts? Please leave a review and let us know what you think.
 
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NOVA | PBS
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NOVA brings you short audio stories from the world of science -- anything from hurricanes to mummies to neutrinos. For more science programming online and on air, visit NOVA's Web site at pbs.org/nova, or watch NOVA broadcasts Wednesday nights on PBS.
 
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Tavis Smiley | PBS
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The Tavis Smiley show on air and online, on PBS and PBS.org. From his celebrated conversations with world figures, to his work to inspire the next generation of leaders, as a broadcaster, author, advocate and philanthropist, Tavis Smiley continues to be an outstanding voice for change.
 
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Economy – PBS NewsHour
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Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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PNAS Science Sessions
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Listen to brief, 5-minute, nontechnical conversations with cutting-edge researchers, Academy members, and policy makers as they discuss topics relevant to today's scientific community. Learn the behind-the-scenes story of work published in PNAS, plus a broad range of scientific news about discoveries that affect the world around us.
 
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Shields and Brooks – PBS NewsHour
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Poetry Series – PBS NewsHour
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Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Making Sen$e – PBS NewsHour
Weekly
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Washington Week (audio) | PBS
Weekly+
 
For 50 years, Washington Week has been the most intelligent and up to date conversation about the most important news stories of the week. Washington Week is the longest-running news and public affairs program on PBS and features journalists -- not pundits -- lending insight and perspective to the week's important news stories.
 
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Washington Week (video) | PBS
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For 50 years, Washington Week has been the most intelligent and up to date conversation about the most important news stories of the week. Washington Week is the longest-running news and public affairs program on PBS and features journalists -- not pundits -- lending insight and perspective to the week's important news stories.
 
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FRONTLINE: Extras Podcast | PBS
Monthly
 
Host Arun Rath takes listeners behind-the-scenes of PBS's award-winning public affairs series FRONTLINE, with producer interviews, sneak previews of upcoming reports, and timely discussions with today's top newsmakers.
 
★ PNSexplosion ★
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We are GAY! - gayer than the dickens! Gay comedy podcast from Chicago's Gayest neightborhood -- Boystown! We only talk about the important stuff -- like biological functions and Cher!
 
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NATURE | PBS
Monthly
 
Now in its 31st season on PBS, NATURE has featured amazingly diverse wildlife and habitats and consistently worked with the world's foremost natural history filmmakers. In the process, the series has won nearly 400 awards, including Peabody and Emmy awards and the first honor ever bestowed on a television program by the Sierra Club. Now, NATURE podcasts offer behind-the-scenes perspectives from filmmakers and producers as well as program excerpts. Produced by Thirteen in association with WNE ...
 
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Podcast PBS - All Things Considered
 
PBS - All Things Considered
 
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American Experience | PBS
Monthly
 
American Experience, television's most-watched history series, brings to life the incredible characters and epic stories that helped form our nation. Get stories to go in this podcast, or tune in to PBS Monday nights. American Experience is produced by WGBH Boston.
 
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Supreme Court – PBS NewsHour
Weekly
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Science – PBS NewsHour
Weekly+
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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World – PBS NewsHour
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Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Podcast en Spanish (PES) - Learn Spanish as a Second Language
 
Solamente en español
 
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NOVA | PBS
Monthly
 
NOVA brings you short audio stories from the world of science -- anything from hurricanes to mummies to neutrinos. For more science programming online and on air, visit NOVA's Web site at pbs.org/nova, or watch NOVA broadcasts Wednesday nights on PBS.
 
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Editors’ Picks – PBS NewsHour
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Bill Moyers Journal (Audio) | PBS
Weekly
 
Veteran journalist Bill Moyers returns to PBS with Bill Moyers Journal, a weekly program of interviews and news analysis on a wide range of subjects, including politics, arts and culture, the media, the economy, and issues facing democracy.
 
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Arts – PBS NewsHour
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Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Science – PBS NewsHour
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Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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NOVA Vodcast | PBS
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NOVA brings you short video stories from the world of science, including excerpts from our television programs, video dispatches from producers and correspondents in the field, animations, and much more. For more science programming online and on air, visit NOVA's Web site at http://www.pbs.org/nova and watch NOVA broadcasts Wednesday nights on PBS. Please note that this feed requires QuickTime 7. Free upgrade available at apple.com/itunes.
 
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POV Podcast | PBS
Monthly
 
PBS's award-winning documentary film series. POV brings a collection of documentary filmmakers, writers, historians, and others together for conversations about themes and topics relevant to POV's non-fiction films in our weekly podcasts. Find out more about PBS's award-winning documentary film series at pbs.org/pov.
 
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Politics Monday – PBS NewsHour
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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The War | PBS
Daily
 
Download behind the scenes features, previews, and more. THE WAR, a seven-part series directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, tells the story of the Second World War through the personal accounts of a handful of men and women from four quintessentially American towns. The series explores the most intimate human dimensions of the greatest cataclysm in history - a worldwide catastrophe that touched the lives of every family on every street in every town in America - and demonstrate ...
 
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Shortwave – PBS NewsHour
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Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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Newsmaker Interview – PBS NewsHour
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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PNR: This Old Marketing | Content Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose
 
Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose, two of the most well-known experts in the content marketing space, talk about the latest content marketing trends and discuss how businesses can use content to attract and retain customers. Each podcast show features a discussion of content marketing headlines, rants from Joe and Robert on what's going on in the industry, and a "This Old Marketing" example from the past (that we can learn from). Always useful, entertaining and never more than 60 minutes.
 
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Women to Women Podcast | Natural Health Solutions for Menopause Hormonal Imbalance PMS Hot Flashes Mood Swings Depression, Sex problems and more
 
The Women to Women podcast is a weekly show focused on discussing natural remedies for many of the health issues facing women today. Each episode centers around specific issues, such as natural treatments for hormonal imbalance, managing the effects of menopause, guidance for managing hot flashes, mood swings and PMS. All of the advice given on Women to Women was developed by healthcare professionals and is based in the belief that natural healing is the best healing.The goal of this podcast ...
 
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SUPER WHY! | PBS KIDS
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SUPER WHY, the new animated television series on PBS Kids and the interactive website on pbskids.org/superwhy, helps children ages 3-6 learn key reading skills, including alphabet, rhyming, spelling and reading comprehension, through interactive storybook adventures.
 
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American Masters LENNONYC - Beyond Broadcast | PBS
 
Each podcast will consist of slightly edited interviews conducted for the film American Masters LENNONYC introduced by Susan Lacy, series creator and executive producer of American Masters and a producer of LENNONYC and Michael Epstein, director/writer of LENNONYC.
 
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Bill Moyers Journal (Video) | PBS
 
Veteran journalist Bill Moyers returns to PBS with Bill Moyers Journal, a weekly program of interviews and news analysis on a wide range of subjects, including politics, arts and culture, the media, the economy, and issues facing democracy.
 
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Discussing SSL VPNs with Cisco
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Listen in on discussions with Cisco and industry experts regarding business, design, and deployment considerations of SSL VPN in focused 10-15 minute topics. This will be a series of seven discussions, occurring once monthly.
 
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Global Health – PBS NewsHour
Rare
 
Analysis, background reports and updates from the PBS NewsHour putting today's news in context.
 
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NOVA Vodcast | PBS
Monthly+
 
NOVA brings you short video stories from the world of science, including excerpts from our television programs, video dispatches from producers and correspondents in the field, animations, and much more. For more science programming online and on air, visit NOVA's Web site at http://www.pbs.org/nova and watch NOVA broadcasts Wednesday nights on PBS. Please note that this feed requires QuickTime 7. Free upgrade available at apple.com/itunes.
 
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The Victory Garden | PBS
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Hosted by international garden design sensation Jamie Durie and featuring Chef Michel Nischan's James Beard award-winning "Homegrown" cooking segments, The Victory Garden equips viewers with the confidence and inspiration to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and live outdoors.With so many Americans aspiring to care for the environment and create their own outdoor living spaces, The Victory Garden's unique fusion of garden design, earth-to-table cooking, and eco-conscious how-to t ...
 
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NOW on PBS
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NOW shines a light on corporate and government policies to expose their effects on society and democracy. Using expert reporting, interviews, and analysis, the show goes behind the headlines to provide insight on some of today's most pressing issues.
 
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Apprendre le Russe Pas à Pas
 
Ce site s’adresse à ceux qui viennent de commencer à apprendre le russe, y compris les débutants absolus. Les points de grammaire les plus importants et des phrases utiles.
 
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PBS 106.7FM
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PBS NewsHour » Full Episodes
Daily
 
Listen to the PBS NewsHour program in its entirety, including updates, in-depth reports, interviews and analysis, all featuring our senior correspondents. (Updated daily)
 
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e2 | PBS
Monthly+
 
e2 is an ongoing PBS documentary series that chronicles efforts to solve the world's most pressing ecological challenges. From energy consumption to design efficiency, policy to industry, the series documents the innovators whose work is reducing humans' impact on the environment. Interviews with experts, policymakers and pioneers across a variety of disciplines offer a firsthand account of the complex environmental challenges that we face, as well as the possibility that pragmatic solutions ...
 
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Bits & PCs
Monthly
 
Video Games, TV, Movies, Technology, Swearing and Innuendo in Podcast form.
 
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PBS NewsHour | Retired Feed
Daily
 
This PBS NewsHour feed is retired.
 
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Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures | PBS
 
Jean-Michel Cousteau and his expedition team set sail to explore dangerous and spectacular locales across the globe to reveal the oceans' mysteries in "Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures." Find out more about this PBS series at: pbs.org/oceanadventures.
 
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Street Smart Wealth Profit In Your PJs | Social Media | Solopreneur | Real Estate | Network Marketing | Direct Sales
 
Jackie Ulmer is a Social Media Strategist to Solopreneurs, Real Estate, Network Marketing and Direct Sales professionals. Monetize Your Message Online.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
We're covering stories from around the globe including: Republican House leaders say they're ready to pass a new health care bill; Hurricane Maria targets Puerto Rico; and a new list highlights areas that are 'Too Wild to Drill.'
 
Hurricane Maria now a category five; another GOP attempt to end Obamacare; and the opening day of the U.N. General Assembly met with protests. Details on those stories and more.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
We’re following several stories from around the globe including: Hurricane Maria targets Irma-damaged areas; nursing home deaths spotlight weakened laws to protect the elderly; and the U.S. might be out of diplomatic options in addressing North Korea’s nuclear threat.
 
A call for beefing up rail systems in America after a terrorist attack on a subway in London, praise for the latest healthcare bill introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders, and churches in one state may offer sanctuary to Dreamers.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here's a look at what we're covering: the Senate's top Democrat had a hot mic and didn't know it when he talked about advice he gave President Trump, a lawsuit has been filed against the Dept of Homeland Security by travelers whose bags were searched at the U.S border, and it's the 16th annual Fighting Bob Fest this weekend.…
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
On our nationwide rundown; the U.S. death toll mounts from Hurricane Irma; advocates go to court to challenge warrantless searches of laptops and mobile phones at the border; and we look at ways to make the future elder-friendly.
 
Hey lovely listeners! Here's a follow up episode to our last. We *may* have accidentally repeated a couple ATG questions - whoops! I'm unsubscribing! Muah! ✌️&❤️, PNS AXE THE GAYWADZ NUMBER IS (872) 529-7293 - CALL US! OR DON'T!
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
President Trump schedules a post-Hurricane Irma visit to Florida; a D.C. hearing focuses on deregulating gun silencers and armor piercing bullets; and a website offers a second chance for job seekers with criminal records. Details on those stories in today's news.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here’s a look at what’s happening today: Hurricane Irma moves north after raking the Florida Peninsula; proposed federal budget cuts could impact weather tracking; and the clock ticking toward a net neutrality decision.
 
Here's a look at what we're covering: Hurricane Irma heading to Florida this weekend as thousands flee and gas stations sell out, there's a celebration honoring native servicemen this weekend, and Hillary Clinton relives her defeat to Donald Trump in a new book.
 
The stories on our rundown today: Hurricane Irma is on track to give Florida a direct hit; groups call on Congress to stabilize the health-care marketplace; and how oats are saving Iowa farmers money and increasing sustainability.
 
Featured on today’s nationwide rundown; Florida braces for Hurricane Irma; the EPA review of fuel standards called a waste of Time and Money; a first Amendment win for a West Virginia journalist; and just in time for back to school – a kindness curriculum for teachers.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Florida readies for Hurricane Irma; new litigation filed to fight back against a DACA repeal; and a look at legislation that could make college a reality for struggling families. Those stories and more in today’s news.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
We’re featuring a variety of stories today including: Dreamers bracing for bad news on immigration protections; Hurricane Irma is now a Category Five as it tracks towards the United States; and a new report examines the threats of proposed EPA Cuts.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here’s a look at what’s making news today: there’s word the President will repeal the DACA program; the U.S. warns of a massive military response following a North Korea bomb test; and a look at the labor market on this day celebrating the American worker.
 
Making news this Labor Day weekend: Some Republican lawmakers stepping forward to say it would be wrong to deport hundreds of thousands of young immigrants, as assembly this weekend from a coalition of communities of color working to fight for climate justice, and one state is teaching it's residents about extreme weather events.…
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
On our rundown today: blasts were reported at a Texas chemical plant in the wake of Hurricane Harvey; immigrants celebrate the blocking of a Texas “sanctuary cities” bill; and a new report finds state laws stand in the way of gains for workers.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
In focus on our nationwide rundown; a new tropical storm called Irma forms in the Atlantic; just ahead of Labor Day, President Trump rolls back labor and consumer protections; and sportsmen send a message to Western governors; "Save the Bird, Save the Herd.”
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here’s a look at what’s making news today: the death toll rises from Harvey; some Washington detainees hope a hunger strike results in their release; and new research suggests fewer carbs and more fat may lead to a longer life.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Amid deadly flooding Texas braces for another two feet of rain; bipartisanship sees a comeback in a climate caucus; and the president’s transgender military ban is facing litigation. Those stories and more in today’s news.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here's the news we're following on the rundown today: Hurricane Harvey threatens Texas; peaceful protests are planned to combat right-wing rallies in California; and conservation groups say a Department of Energy study of the electric grid is seriously flawed.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Featured on today’s nationwide rundown Florida set to execute the first white man for killing a black person; A new study finds a minimum-wage bump of just a dollar an hour could reduce the number of child-neglect cases; and we’ll tell you why the growth of backyard chickens is hatching a salmonella outbreak.…
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Chaos expected as the President visits Nevada; New York teachers speak out about standardized test scores; and Illinois lawmakers take on gender-based price discrepancies. Those stories and more in today’s rundown.
 
Brian and Dan are bringing you the first ever Fantasy Football Special! They're using their mediocre expertise to break down drafting strategy, sleepers, best overall position picks, and even their favorite team names for this season. Make sure to check it out and we guarantee you'll make it to the championship...but our lawyers say we can't pr ...…
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
We're featuring a variety of stories in today’s news including: a new strategy for Afghanistan; an increase in hate groups is not just an issue in the South; and high blood pressure becoming a more common problem among children and teens.
 
Here are some of the stories we're covering today: A big protest is planned against President Trump today, a huge gathering in Maine on Sunday mourning the loss of three people killed during a white nationalist rally, and it's eclipse day but a moon of a different sort caught the country's attention about twenty five years ago.…
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
In our rundown spotlight today: at least 13 are dead in Barcelona after a driver ran his van into pedestrians; a researcher examines ways to resolve racial inequality; and a new study finds Latinos will fuel a quarter of America's economic growth in 2020.
 
Here's what we're covering: President Trump got rid of his campaign adviser, health experts are looking into who would be hurt most from climate change, and kids in one state are getting more help dealing with trauma.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
On our nationwide rundown; President Trump disbands two economic councils as CEO’s resign in protest; we will tell you why Iowa, like Trump, has bias issues; plus land trusts are a prime spot to view Monday’s solar eclipse.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
On our rundown today: Trump says there were “very fine people on both sides” in Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday; a Minnesota church leader urges people to stand up against hate groups; and civil rights groups are outraged over the potential pardon of former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
A variety of issues on our nationwide rundown; today marks a five year U.S. milestone for immigrant rights; updates from North Carolina and Nevada in response to the violence in Charlottesville; and we will tell you about a new project to help bees.
 
Making news today: Rallies across the country in response to deadly violence during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, climate change is having a big impact on one state's largest cities, and a political science professor says President Trump may have to tone it down.
 
Here's a look at what we're covering: Tensions mounting between the U.S and North Korea, over half of the deaths in one state's jails have been from suicide, and gardens are becoming popular in community centers in Colorado.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
In our spotlight today: Trump declares the opioid crisis a national emergency; conservation groups slam the federal government’s move to make a nuclear waste dump in Nevada a reality; and Tennessee teachers defend DACA students.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
On today's rundown; North Korea says plans should be ready by mid-August concerning their threat to attack Guam; environmental groups are urging thumbs-down on a Duke Energy plan for Indiana; and supporters of national monuments meet in Zinke’s homes state.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
We’re highlighting several stories in today’s news including: tough talk from President Trump on North Korea’s threats; the Justice Department releases the first-ever standards for handling rape kits; and some creative minds needed to solve the Asian Carp problem in the Great Lakes.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
North Korea responds harshly to U.N. sanctions; new research suggests minority populations are sustaining some rural communities; and a public comment period on methane pollution protections is about to come to a close. Hear those stories and more in today’s news.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here’s a look at what’s making news: activists say now is not the time to intensify nuclear arms tensions; a Rio Grande Valley protest over Trump’s border wall; and some employers taking heat from workers over hot summer temperatures.
 
Here's a look at what we're covering: A bus tour that's making it's way around the country is trying to save the Affordable Care Act, changes to NAFTA could impact states, and President Trump's tweets about transgenders in the military impact more than just members of the military.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
On our rundown today: Special Counsel Mueller convenes a grand jury in the Russia case; a new report finds voters don’t always get their way even after ballot measures are passed; and the NAACP orders a travel advisory for Missouri over a new workplace discrimination law.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
In focus on our nationwide rundown—advocates blast the latest Trump policy on immigration; a civil rights leader vows resistance to the D.O.J move to investigate affirmative action; and a look at repair efforts to Carolina waterways after Hurricane Matthew.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
With health care reform DOA, some lawmakers shift to action on taxes; the U.S. Olympic Committee commits to transgender athletes; and an online battle aims to spot young cyber-security talent. Details on those stories in today's newscast.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here’s a look at what’s making news today: a new White House Chief of Staff makes haste in taking charge; black women in the U.S. finally reach equal pay day; and youth from around the nation take on climate justice.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
We’re featuring several stories today including: tensions rise between the U.S. and Russia as U.S. diplomatic missions cut; some advocacy groups say they’re on an Obamacare sabotage watch; and why feeling fatigued at work is actually a dangerous situation for many Americans.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here’s what’s making news today: more shake-ups in the Trump administration; folks from around the country rally in favor of the Affordable Care Act; and the criminalizing of immigrants the subject of protest in Long Island.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
The stories on our rundown today: The stories on our rundown today: Senate efforts to reform health-care stand on the brink of collapse; the U.S. Justice Department says civil-rights law doesn’t protect gay and lesbian workers; and farms adapt to the high cost of doing business.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
In focus on our nationwide rundown; the Pentagon still trying to figure out how to respond to the latest Trump tweet to ban transgender Americans from serving in the armed forces; updates on the Affordable Care Act and state worker contracts, plus Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke heads to New Mexico to review another national monument.…
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Here’s a look at some of our stories: 20 hours of Senate legislative debate could mean the end of Obamacare; the Justice Department once again takes aim at sanctuary cities; and a push for equality as landmark legislation marks a milestone.
 
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Public News Service Newscasts
 
Another Obamacare repeal showdown expected in the Senate; the President’s son-in-law in the hot seat in the Russia probe; and a setback for federal immigration agents. We’re covering those stories and more on today’s rundown.
 
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