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newshour ​Today, the 6500-seat “Marine Stadium” in Miami is littered with garbage, but also filled with graffiti and art. Miami singer Gloria Estefan tells @NewsHour tonight how she’s helping to save one of Miami’s treasures. 18h

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newshour Malindi, Kenya is a vacation spot often for people seeking "sex holidays." But when the crowds die down, it's difficult to ignore that this is a town struggling with drugs and disease. For more: http://to.pbs.org/1zNYYsX 4d
  •   hominoid1 That's no good.... 4d
  •   dgansle Wow...totally different perspective. And sad 4d
  •   justalexiw Wow. I had no idea. How awful. 4d

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newshour 45 years ago today, Apollo 11 launched on the voyage man had always dreamed about: landing on the moon. Four days later, it landed the first humans – Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin – on the lunar surface. #Apollo11 #todayinhistory 6d

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newshour The U.S. economy is getting stronger and that’s thanks in part to an increasing number of small businesses and shops that rely on skilled, locally based workers offering hand-crafted products. But as popular as this new marketplace may be, are they going to generate enough jobs to make an impact on local economies?
PBS NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman reported from Brooklyn tonight: http://youtu.be/8xHun6klxvA (Photo by Flickr user Anne Wu)
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newshour "I want to fight for those girls who are deprived of education." - Malala Yousafzai in last year's interview with NewsHour. // Happy birthday, Malala Yousafzai! The #education activist turns 17 today. 1w

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newshour In Brazil this month, 78 graffiti artists packed up their spray cans and traveled across the country to Rio de Janeiro to protest domestic violence. One out of every three women internationally will experience some form of gender-based violence in her lifetime. In Brazil, the numbers are staggering.

Watch the full report here: bit.ly/graffitiwomen
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newshour Nikola Tesla, a futurist, inventor and the mastermind behind the Tesla coil and alternating current machinery, would be turning 158 today! Here are 8 things you might not know about Tesla: bit.ly/8tesla #tbt 2w

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newshour "We’re comedians. I think if people are looking to a comedy
show for news, that is a poor reflection on news, not a positive reflection on that comedy show.” John Oliver of @LastWeekTonight talked all things British
and American culture with NewsHour’s Jeff Brown Tuesday morning. Stay tuned for
the upcoming interview on PBS NewsHour!
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newshour Alex Artero, 13, describes what it was like to get up every morning knowing she'd spend the day learning through playing at the GameDesk PlayMaker School in Santa Monica, California.​ ​Stay tuned for the full episode on PBS NewsHour​. #education ​​ 2w
  •   censorgram Please check out @Censorgram we have an anti bullying app. Making it all over the news 2w

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newshour ​Happy Fourth of July! Will you be watching the fireworks tonight? If so, where? Be sure to stay hydrated! 3w

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newshour Happy Fourth of July! Since you're bound to stumble upon a BBQ at some point today, we've got an important question for you: what do you put on your hot dog? 3w

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newshour The ominous clouds looming over the NewsHour office. Yikes. #thunderstorm 3w

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newshour "Before I could play the guitar, I was writing poems. Once I figured out a couple of chords...I started putting melodies to my poems. Nobody ever told me I couldn't so I went ahead and done it." Willie Nelson talks with NewsHour tonight. Tune in! 3w

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newshour 150 years ago today, President Abraham Lincoln signed a bill establishing Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Groves as protected wilderness areas which expanded to become Yosemite National Park. The California park is home to waterfalls, giant sequoias, glaciers and more within its 1200 square miles of land. (Photo courtesy of: DNC Parks & Resorts at Yosemite, Inc.) 3w

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newshour ​You have to cheat to stay cool when you're covered in fur! #NewsHourAsks what are your best summer hacks? 4w

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newshour ​Did you watch the U.S.-Germany World Cup game today? In Washington, D.C. people cheered on their favorite team from Dupont Circle. #teamUSA #USAvsGER (Photo by Quinn Bowman) 4w

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newshour "I'm fully comfortable with who I am, what I stand for and what I've always stood for." -- Hillary Clinton

Watch tonight's NewsHour for Hillary Clinton's full interview with Gwen Ifill. ​
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  •   sterlen Gosh I love me some Hill Clinton! 4w
  •   thematthewkeys Are they on Charlie Rose's set? 4w
  •   2saveu And that's why she's AMAZING! 4w

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newshour It takes a special kind of person to run for president.
For Hillary Clinton, someone who would want to do it twice might just be “a little bit crazy," as she told the PBS NewsHour’s Gwen Ifill in an interview Tuesday night. You can watch the full interview on the PBS NewsHour Wednesday, June 25.
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newshour The handwritten ​lyrics, doodles and notes for Bob Dylan’s 1965 classic “Like a Rolling Stone” ​scribbled on hotel stationary ​sold ​today for more than $2 million at Sotheby’s rock and roll auction. ​(​Bob Dylan, Paris, France 1966. Photo from the Barry Feinstein Collection) 4w

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newshour More than 52,000 unaccompanied children were caught trying to cross the U.S. border in the first five months of this year.

Many of them are fleeing drug violence at home, but here in the U.S, they’re faced with a new set of challenges – a border patrol system unequipped to handle them and a future filled with uncertainty. Watch the full report here: bit.ly/nocountryforkids
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  •   jessmebane Worried for the kids, the future, as well as what deal CA and TX will make of this situation 4w
  •   mew3766 The challenge is who will absorb the added expense of all the needy in these states? Praying for a solution 4w
  •   jillybees Imagine if there were no borders, and the world would live as one. 4w
  •   blue_volcano Imagine indeed... 4w

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