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We take a look at President Obama's end-of-year press conference
he Federal Reserve announced it would begin to taper its monetary stimulus
the Senate clears the way for a final vote on a bipartisan budget deal
PBS NewsHour for Monday, December 16, 2013
South Africa without Mandela, surveillance changes, and living in the cash economy.
The growth of the drone industry, antibiotics and livestock, school safety after Newtown.
We examine a shooting at a Colorado high school, a gunman shot two then killed himself.
we get the details of the Congressional budget agreement passed by the House
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Rebecca Eaton talks about producing PBS's "Masterpiece Theater" in her new book.
France's national legislature will vote in 2014 whether to ban childhood beauty pageants.
Journalist Ari Shavit wrestles with complexity of Israel in 'My Promised Land'
Shields and Brooks on the health care law legacy, gifts for politicians
Can memory video games deliver on brain-boosting claims?
Political clash in world's youngest country grows into wider South Sudan unrest
Obama administration announces special ACA hardship waiver for canceled policies
News Wrap: Congress passes defense bill with military sexual assault provision