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Scientists and the public agree on very little when it comes climate change, childhood vaccine requirements and more, but both groups feel more pessimistic about the direction of science, according to a new study released today from the Pew Research Center. Show More Summary
After winter storm Juno hit New England on Tuesday, Bostonians got out their skis and shovels to tackle the mess. Once particular image circulated on Twitter, of a man hard at work clearing snow from the Boston Marathon finish line. Continue reading ? The post Why a bartender cleared snow from Boston Marathon’s finish line appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Malaysia’s Department of Civil Aviation officially called the March 8 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 an accident, clearing the way for the airline to pay compensation to the victims’ relatives. Continue reading ? The post Malaysia deems airplane disappearance an ‘accident’ appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
In the first in a series of Facebook chats featuring PBS NewsHour journalists, co-anchor and managing editor Judy Woodruff on Tuesday addressed questions from journalism students ranging from how her father's military career impacted her worldview to the most interesting news story she ever reported. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will seek to bust through spending limits for both domestic and defense programs, the White House said Thursday, negating the effects of across-the-board cuts agreed to by both Democrats and Republicans and signed by Obama into law. Show More Summary
Charles H. Townes, a renowned physicist who invented the laser and the maser, died in Oakland, California on Tuesday at the age of 99. Townes’ inventions earned him the Nobel Prize in physics in 1964. Continue reading ? The post Charles H. Townes, inventor of the laser, dies at 99 appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Award-winning journalist and former PBS NewsHour correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault is the recipient of the Washington Press Club Foundation’s 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award, the organization announced today. Continue reading ? The post Charlayne Hunter-Gault, former NewsHour correspondent, honored with lifetime achievement award appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
On Sunday, a pilot who ran out of fuel 235 miles off the coast of Maui ditched his plane in the Pacific Ocean by activating its ballistic recovery system. That’s a fancy term for an emergency parachute … for the … Continue reading ? The post Why don’t passenger planes have parachutes, and other dumb questions appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Public Libraries have become more than just a makeshift day shelter for the homeless, they are actively reaching out to them to provide services. Here are seven examples of what libraries across the nation are doing to serve the homeless. Continue reading ? The post From nurses to social workers, see how public libraries are serving the homeless appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Hint: Between Grade A and Grade B maple syrup, one no longer exists. Continue reading ? The post What’s the difference between Grade A and Grade B maple syrup? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The PBS NewsHour celebrates National Kazoo Day the only way we know how. Continue reading ? The post Happy National Kazoo Day from PBS NewsHour appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Four women are headlining the third 'Ghostbusters' film with 'Bridesmaids' director Paul Feig at the helm. Continue reading ? The post Which actresses made the cut for the all-female ‘Ghostbusters’? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
It will be another five months before the federal reserve considers raising short-term interest rates. Continue reading ? The post The Fed’s not ready to act yet appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Limits removing female guards from working with certain detainees could limit their advancement and leave male guards more vulnerable. Continue reading ? The post Guantanamo officer says limits on female guards creates security risk appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Police say the Waze feature presents a threat to police safety, and that it interferes with the ability to write speeding tickets. Continue reading ? The post Sheriffs’ organization asks transportation app to turn off police tracker appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Researchers at Stanford University think they may have found a way to bridge the so-called "word gap." Continue reading ? The post Can a text message help bridge the ‘word gap’ for low income children? appeared first on PBS NewsHour...
WASHINGTON — The nation's largest prepaid mobile provider, TracFone, will pay $40 million to settle government claims that it misled smartphone customers with promises of unlimited data service. Continue reading ? The post Prepaid mobile provider TracFone to pay $40 million settlement appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
A new poll finds that most people think Congress or states should act to restore health insurance subsidies if the Supreme Court decides later this year they are not permitted in states where the federal government is running the marketplace. Continue...Show More Summary
ATLANTA — The Republican Governors Association and its Democratic counterpart were the dominant players in making donations to pay for state-level elections in 2014. The two groups often served as pass-throughs for billionaires, unions...Show More Summary
New research from scientists at the University of Vermont and Harvard University demonstrates the devastating impact the continued loss of pollinators like honey bees could have on millions of people in the developing world. Continue reading ? The post Loss of honey bees and other pollinators could mean malnutrition for millions around the world appeared first on PBS NewsHour.