Saturday, December 24, 2011

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Syrian Dissidents Report More Than 100 Killed by Government Forces

In other news Wednesday, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki demanded that Kurdish authorities hand over Vice President Tariq Al-Hashemi, who fled to the Kurdish North this week to escape an arrest warrant. In Syria, dissidents reported government forces killed more than 100 people in an organized massacre.

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PBS NewsHour | In Tahrir Square, 10,000 Women March After Reported Attacks on Female Protesters

After reported brutal attacks on women during protests in Cairo, an estimated 10,000 women marched Tuesday in Tahrir Square in one of the largest women-only protests in Egyptian history. Margaret Warner reports.

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PBS NewsHour | Democrats Pressure House GOP to Back Down on Payroll Tax Cut

Republicans and Democrats mired in a stalemate over extending the payroll tax cut Wednesday. Judy Woodruff reports on House Speaker John Boehner's call to President Obama, and the White House's use of Facebook and Twitter to leverage support for extending the tax break.

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PBS NewsHour | For Egyptian Women, 'a March of Anger' and More Calls for Protests, Protection

Ten-thousand women marched Tuesday in Tahrir Square after brutal attacks of women were reported during protests in Cairo. Margaret Warner discusses Egypt's political struggles with corporate executive May Nabil, who participated in Tuesday's demonstrations.

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PBS NewsHour | New EPA Rules Target Power Plants' Toxic Mercury Emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency unveiled new standards Wednesday to curb mercury emissions from coal- and oil-fueled power plants around the country. Gwen Ifill discusses the announcement with the Electric Reliability Coordinating Council's Scott Segal and the Natural Resources Defense Council's John Walke.

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PBS NewsHour | Bank of America to Pay $335M to Settle Countrywide Case of Alleged Racial Bias

Bank of America agreed to pay a $335 million settlement Wednesday over alleged claims of racial bias in home mortgage lending involving Countrywide Mortgage, which the bank bought in 2008. Jeffrey Brown discusses the investigation and settlement with Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.

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PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Tonight on the program, Bank of America settles a $335 million case involving alleged claims of racial bias in home mortgage lending. Also, lawmakers remained mired in a stalemate over payroll tax cuts and we examine the new EPA rules that target toxic mercury emissions. Finally, we look at Muslim clerics tackling HIV in Morocco and the response to an attack on a female protester in Egypt.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Hubley Orange

Check out Andy Ourant's appraisal of a Hubley orange "Harley-Davidson" toy motorcycle, ca. 1930, from ROADSHOW's Special: Forever Young.

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PBS NewsHour | New Morocco Constitution, Election Meant to Avoid Arab Spring-Style Uprising

As other Arab nations erupted in unrest and violence, what unfolded on the streets of Morocco was a peaceful but similar refrain, followed by a new constitution and an election -- giving Moroccans a louder, more democratic voice in government. Ray Suarez reports on the country's attempt at avoiding an Arab Spring-style uprising.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: After Weeks of Partisan Standoff, Tax Cut Extension Signed Into Law

In other news Friday, Congress passed a two-month payroll tax cut extension. The bill won unanimous consent, first in the Senate and then in the House -- with only a handful of lawmakers present. Also, ahead of the Iowa Caucuses, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican president candidate Mitt Romney traded jabs on the economy.

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PBS NewsHour | Author Daniel Yergin on U.S. Need for a 'Diversified Energy Portfolio'

Amid concern over tensions and violence in Iraq and Syria, oil prices rose to nearly $100 a barrel Friday. Jeffrey Brown discusses the ongoing hunt for untapped reserves of energy and how the demand for energy has shaped political and economic change around the globe with Daniel Yergin, author of "The Quest" and "The Prize."

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PBS NewsHour | Shields, Brooks on Stopgap Payroll Tax Cut Deal, Iowa Caucuses, Holiday Wishes

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's top political news, including the payroll tax cut deal that ended the latest partisan standoff in Washington, their holiday wishes for the country and "Super PAC" attacks on Republican presidential candidates before the Iowa Caucuses.

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PBS NewsHour | Reddit Hopes to Unwrap Guinness World Record for World's Largest Secret Santa

With almost 40,000 people participating from 114 countries, the online community Reddit is attempting to claim the Guinness World Record for world's largest secret santa exchange, organized through it's gift-exchange site RedditGifts. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Erik Martin, General Manager of Reddit, to discuss the quest for the record and the scope of their undertaking.

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PBS NewsHour | Minn. Church Recalls How Christmas Carols Saved Some U.S. Lives in World War II

A Minnesota congregation celebrated Christmas this year by retelling the true story of a Christmas Eve attack on the SS Leopoldville troop-transport ship during World War II's Battle of the Bulge. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the unusual holiday tale as part of the Under-Told Stories Project.

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PBS NewsHour | Syria's Claims Over 'Unusual' Bombings in Damascus Draw Much Skepticism

Two bombs erupted in Syria's capital Friday, killing at least 47 people and wounding more than 150, but many activists and regional analysts are skeptical of the Assad government's claims that al-Qaida is behind them. Ray Suarez gets an update on the bombings and the ongoing protests in Syria from NPR's Deborah Amos in Beirut.

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PBS NewsHour | Twin Bombings Kill at Least 47 in Syria's Capital

The carnage that has bloodied much of Syria came home to the capital Friday when two bombs erupted in Damascus, killing nearly four dozen people and wounding more than 150. Inigo Gilmore of Independent Television News reports.

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Washington Week | December 23, 2011

This week, we look back at 2011 and forward to 2012. We'll analyze battles between Congress and the President, the economy, the killing of Osama bin Laden, the pullout of US troops in Iraq while fighting continues in Afghanistan, and more. Joining Gwen: Helene Cooper, New York Times; Michael Duffy, Time Magazine; Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal.

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PBS NewsHour | Friday, December 23, 2011

On tonight's program, we examine the twin bombings that killed 47 people in Syria's capital amid protests against leader Bashar al-Assad. Also, we take a look at Morocco's new constitution and elections, Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the week's top political stories, Daniel Yergin talks the growing global search for energy, and a Minnesota church retells a WWII Christmas story.

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Antiques Roadshow | Appraisal: Child's Swan Sleigh, ca. 1880

Watch Allan Katz appraise a child's swan sleigh, ca. 1880 in ROADSHOW's Special: Forever Young.

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PBS NewsHour | Author Daniel Yergin on Energy Costs, SUVs and a 'Nuclear Patchwork'

Daniel Yergin, author of "The Quest," which examines how energy will be sustained into the future, discusses consumer sensitivity to energy costs and the impact of the Japan Fukushima plant breakdown in this web extra.

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Friday, December 23, 2011

PBS NewsHour | Students Investigate the Consequences of Dropping Out

Students from Fraser High School in Michigan examine the consequences of dropping out of high school.

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Washington Week | Webcast Extra - December 23, 2011

The panelists answer viewer-submitted questions. Topics include: the Federal Reserve's possible responses to a European Union financial crisis, the economy, how House Speaker John Boehner disciplines the Tea Party Representatives, the possibility of a third party presidential candidate and more.

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Foyle's War | THE FUNK HOLE - PART 1

While looking for a missing boy, Milner and Sam interview a number of "guests" from London, sitting out the war at Brookfield Court. Milner is convinced there is something dubious happening there but has no proof. Then the missing boy is found dead. Part 1 of 2

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PBS NewsHour | The Year in Film

Jeffrey Brown talks to the New York Times' A.O. Scott about the films of 2011.

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