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Fighting, waterborne disease plague South Sudanese ...

Fighting, waterborne disease plague South Sudanese displaced during rainy season
2 years, 11 months ago HARI SREENIVASAN: After a lull of several weeks, fighting broke out again in the world’s newest nation today. RELATED LINKSAt its third anniversary, South Sudan works to show new brighter side Warning of genocide, Kerry urges meeting between South Sudan ... HARI SREE

Amazing engineering and ‘bittersweet’ politics built the ...

Amazing engineering and ‘bittersweet’ politics built the Panama Canal
2 years, 11 months ago GWEN IFILL: For more on the engineering and economic marvel that is the Panama Canal, we turn to two who have written extensively about its 100-year history. RELATED LINKSGallery: 100 years of the Panama Canal in 10 photos Panama in Poetry and Prose In ... GWEN IFILL:

Triumph of 100-year-old Panama Canal came with dangerous ...

Triumph of 100\u002Dyear\u002Dold Panama Canal came with dangerous costs
2 years, 11 months ago HARI SREENIVASAN: It was a century ago today when the Panama Canal first opened, the completion of an enormous engineering feat that helped grow American commerce and transform global trade. RELATED LINKSGallery: 100 years of the Panama Canal in 10 photos ... HARI SREEN

Brooks and Marcus on police power in Ferguson, political ...

Brooks and Marcus on police power in Ferguson, political change in Iraq
2 years, 11 months ago HARI SREENIVASAN: This week saw dramatic developments at home and abroad, with tensions rising in Missouri, in Iraq, and among politicians. RELATED LINKSShields and Brooks on Iraq reluctance, Nixon’s legacy Shields and Brooks on finding a GOP ‘anti-Cruz,’ ... HARI

Brooks and Marcus on police power in Ferguson, political ...

Brooks and Marcus on police power in Ferguson, political change in Iraq
2 years, 11 months ago HARI SREENIVASAN: This week saw dramatic developments at home and abroad, with tensions rising in Missouri, in Iraq, and among politicians. RELATED LINKSShields and Brooks on Iraq reluctance, Nixon’s legacy Shields and Brooks on finding a GOP ‘anti-Cruz,’ ... HARI

Why it’s so difficult to retain a diverse police force

Why it’s so difficult to retain a diverse police force
2 years, 11 months ago HARI SREENIVASAN: Over the past week in Ferguson, there have been very different police and community reactions. One issue it has highlighted is the problems raised when police forces don’t reflect the racial makeup of their communities. RELATED LINKSWhy ... HARI SRE

News Wrap: Mob attacks convoy of Pakistan opposition figure

News Wrap: Mob attacks convoy of Pakistan opposition figure
2 years, 11 months ago HARI SREENIVASAN: The violence in Ferguson, Missouri abated overnight, and, today, the focus returned to Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager killed by police seven days ago. The Ferguson police chief made the announcement that many in the town had ... HARI SREENI

Beyond Einstein: Exhibit challenges scope of genius

Beyond Einstein: Exhibit challenges scope of genius
2 years, 11 months ago ZACHARY GREEN: When we think of the word “genius”, we may think of towering figures like Shakespeare or Isaac Newton—or of seminal works of art, like Handel’s “Messiah” or the Indian epic, the Bhaghavad Gita. Now these works and dozens of others can all ...

Maliki resignation clears way for new government, but doesn ...

Maliki resignation clears way for new government, but doesn’t eliminate huge differences
2 years, 11 months ago JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to more on Iraq, the United States’ involvement there, and the surprising announcement by the country’s prime minister. I’m joined by our chief foreign affairs correspondent, Margaret Warner, who’s heading to the country on a reporting ... JU

Maliki resignation clears way for new government, but doesn ...

Maliki resignation clears way for new government, but doesn’t eliminate huge differences
2 years, 11 months ago JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to more on Iraq, the United States’ involvement there, and the surprising announcement by the country’s prime minister. I’m joined by our chief foreign affairs correspondent, Margaret Warner, who’s heading to the country on a reporting ... JU