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President Obama speaks on health care in the Eisenhower Executive Building in Washington Tuesday. Photo by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images "If I've got to fight another three years to make sure this law works, that's what we'll...Show More Summary
Using a 3-D printer, a Texas man fabricated a working handgun from 15 plastic parts. Similar technological advances have renewed debate on the expiring ban against plastic firearms. Image courtesy of PBS NewsHour WASHINGTON -- With 3-D...Show More Summary
VIDEO: UN launches its first ever surveillance drone in DR Congo http://t.co/dWWqc30g6I-- Agence France-Presse (@AFP) December 3, 2013
Liftoff! #SES8 #Falcon9 pic.twitter.com/VBqPxcy64c-- Jason Major (@JPMajor) December 3, 2013 Updated 6:15 p.m. EST | SpaceX succeeded in launching a commercial communications satellite, its third scheduled attempt, on Tuesday. Liftoff occurred at 5:41 p.m. Show More Summary
PBS Digital Studios' animates Tupac Shakur in their latests "Blank on Blank." In a 1994 interview, rapper Tupac Shakur told Entertainment Weekly's Benjamin Svetkey about his hopes for the future and struggles with the law.
Maryland's celebrated standardized test scores may not be what they appear. According to analysis of recent National Assessment of Educational Progress data, Maryland's reading scores are the second-highest in the nation for fourth grade and sixth-highest for eighth grade. Show More Summary
Graphic by Anthony B. Atkinson, Thomas Piketty, and Emmanuel Saez WASHINGTON -- Amid public doubts over his stewardship of the economy, President Barack Obama is putting a renewed focus on the income gap between rich and poor as he pushes...Show More Summary
Ariel Castro is led out of a Cleveland courtroom on Aug. 1 after being sentenced to life without parole for the kidnapping and rape of three women. A month later he was found dead in his prison cell. Photo by Angelo Merendino/Getty Images When convicted rapist Ariel Castro was found hanging by his bed sheets from his prison window on Sept. Show More Summary
Here's something that might make your upcoming holiday travels less stressful. What if you didn't have to take your shoes off or take your laptop out from its sleeve when you go through airport security?
Job seekers line up at an employment fair in Washington D.C. in 2012.Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images WASHINGTON -- Republicans controlling the House oppose a drive by Democrats to renew jobless benefits averaging less than $300...Show More Summary
BREAKING: Union official: Engineer caught himself nodding at controls before deadly NYC train derailment.-- The Associated Press (@AP) December 3, 2013 The AP reports that rail union leader Anthony Battalico said Tuesday that engineer...Show More Summary
Photo courtesy of Ragini Verma, PhD, Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. This old saying might seem exaggerated or outdated, but it speaks to the differences in the ways that men and women operate. Differences, it turns out, traced to how men and women's brains are wired, according to a new study from Penn Medicine.
Video by NASA Updated 3:00 p.m. EST | NASA confirmed Tuesday that Comet ISON did not survive its journey around the sun, vaporized by solar radiation. "Though the exact time of ISON's death is uncertain, it does appear to be no more," C. Show More Summary
Millions of children around the globe may notice the newest member of Santa Claus' sleigh entourage this year when they track his voyage via NORAD's website. Absent pointy ears, antlers or a glowing nose, this companion instead is equipped with missiles.
President Obama will speak on the Affordable Care Act at 2:30 p.m. EST Tuesday. Live stream by PBS NewsHour WASHINGTON -- Seeking to move past its website woes, the Obama administration is launching a two-pronged health care strategy...Show More Summary
Judge Steven Rhodes ruled Tuesday that the city of Detroit is eligible to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in what the AP reports would be the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history. "The city needs help," the judge said during his ruling,...Show More Summary
In a monthly column for PBS NewsHour, Dr. Howard Markel revisits moments that changed the course of modern health and medicine on their anniversaries, like the world's first human heart transplant on Dec. 3, 1967. Photo by Wendy Maeda/The Boston Globe Dec. Show More Summary
Judge rules that Detroit is eligible for historic Chapter 9 bankruptcy; says pensions can be cut-- Detroit Free Press (@freep) December 3, 2013
Just under 70 years after being intentionally sunk by U.S. forces in 1946, the University of Hawaii Manoa says a Japanese aircraft-carrying mega-submarine was discovered off the Hawaiian island of Oahu in August.
An employer who tells you what to expect in the interview -- imagine that! There's no benefit to the employer in trying to trick the interviewee, says headhunter Nick Corcodilos. Photo courtesy of David Gould via Getty Images.