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  • 23:37 Pesticide-Free Pot & Trump's Move on HIV/AIDS : VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

    Pesticide-Free Pot & Trump's Move on HIV/AIDS : VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

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    This is the January 2, 2018 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO. 3:17 - Iran’s nationwide demonstrations are the largest since the pro-reform protests of 2009. 6:13 - Last week, the Trump administration fired the remaining members of the Presidential

  • 02:34 Regina Spektor Reviews Charlie Puth, Ty Segall And More On Music Corner Ep. 3 (HBO)

    Regina Spektor Reviews Charlie Puth, Ty Segall And More On Music Corner Ep. 3 (HBO)

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    Singer-songwriter Regina Spektor is back with a new installation of Music Corner. After hearing Charlie Puth’s “Attention (Remix Feat. Kyle),” Spektor wasn't shy about giving a little dance, or a little critique. “Yeah, it’s definitely like a dancey feel

  • 09:30 We Took A Road Trip Across New Jersey To Find Out Why Chris Christie Failed (HBO)

    We Took A Road Trip Across New Jersey To Find Out Why Chris Christie Failed (HBO)

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    There was a time when most Republicans — and a lot of Democrats — thought New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie would be president of the United States one day. No one thinks that now. What happened to the man who redefined what it meant to be a Republican? How

  • 23:01 WATCH: Sarah Sanders holds White House news briefing

    WATCH: Sarah Sanders holds White House news briefing

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    President Donald Trump's press secretary Sarah Sanders holds a news briefing at the White House.

  • 54:43 WATCH: President Trump holds bipartisan immigration meeting

    WATCH: President Trump holds bipartisan immigration meeting

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  • 56:11 PBS NewsHour full episode, January 9, 2018

    PBS NewsHour full episode, January 9, 2018

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  • 09:41 What will come from the unusual, on-camera immigration meeting?

    What will come from the unusual, on-camera immigration meeting?

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    A bipartisan group of senators and House members joined President Trump at the White House for an extraordinary, on-camera meeting to discuss various aspects of immigration policy, the focus of intensifying negotiations. Judy Woodruff gets an update on th

  • 04:49 News Wrap: Deadly California mudslides block highways, destroy homes

    News Wrap: Deadly California mudslides block highways, destroy homes

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    In our news wrap Tuesday, mudslides swept through Southern California, ripping homes from foundations and killing eight people. Also, Steve Bannon has stepped down as executive chair of Breitbart News after drawing heavy fire from President Trump and alli

  • 08:22 Rivals North and South Korea break their silence. Here’s what could challenge future dialogue

    Rivals North and South Korea break their silence. Here’s what could challenge future dialogue

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    For the first time in more than two years, officials from the two Koreas sat for high-level, closed-door talks. The two sides agreed to hold future military talks to ease border tensions and the North pledged to send a delegation to next month's winter Ol

  • 06:12 What testimony on the Trump dossier adds to the Russia probe

    What testimony on the Trump dossier adds to the Russia probe

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    What does Glenn Simpson's newly released testimony about the Trump-Russia dossier reveal? In a unilateral move, Sen. Dianne Feinstein publicly shared the nearly 11-hour exchange. Judy Woodruff talks with Mark Mazzetti of The New York Times to recap why th

  • 06:39 Tracee Ellis Ross: ‘The curtain has been pulled’ on Hollywood inequity and abuse

    Tracee Ellis Ross: ‘The curtain has been pulled’ on Hollywood inequity and abuse

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    Systemic change is happening in Hollywood, says Tracee Ellis Ross, star of the sitcom “black-ish.” Ellis Ross is a founder of Time’s Up, a legal defense fund that aims to support those who have been affected by sexual violence. The actor sits down with sp

  • 07:06 Why teachers selling lesson plans have sparked debate

    Why teachers selling lesson plans have sparked debate

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    To earn extra money, many teachers around the country are selling lesson plans via online marketplaces. But as such sites become more popular, there are also concerns, including who legally owns the educational materials a teacher creates, and what it mea

  • 05:27 How this Alabama game-time gamble paid off

    How this Alabama game-time gamble paid off

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    College football ended its season on Monday with high drama. Alabama won its fifth championship since 2007 in a battle against its Southeastern conference neighbor, Georgia. In storybook fashion, a freshman player who never started a college game threw th

  • 03:13 The ugly truth about truth, according to Errol Morris

    The ugly truth about truth, according to Errol Morris

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    If your goal is to talk to another human being and hear the truth, Errol Morris says you're going to be disappointed. The filmmaker explains why he broke the rules of documentary and why sometimes falsehood wins. Morris gives his Brief but Spectacular tak

  • 54:23 PBS NewsHour full episode January 9, 2018

    PBS NewsHour full episode January 9, 2018

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    Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump negotiates immigration policies with congressional leaders. Also: New talks between the two Koreas, Sen. Feinstein releases a key testimony in the Russia probe, TV actor Tracee Ellis Ross on the #MeToo movement, te

  • 09:47 'My life without skin' - BBC News

    'My life without skin' - BBC News

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    Moin Younis has a rare genetic condition called Epidermolysis Bullosa that causes his skin to tear and blister at the slightest touch. Doctors said he wouldn’t live past his first birthday, he’s now 18. Every morning he goes through an excruciating routin

  • 00:45 BBC reporter mobbed by lemurs - BBC News

    BBC reporter mobbed by lemurs - BBC News

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    BBC News reporter Alex Dunlop found himself mobbed by lemurs while trying to report on an animal count at Banham Zoo in Norfolk. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TL

  • 01:33 Did President Trump forget the words to the national anthem? - BBC News

    Did President Trump forget the words to the national anthem? - BBC News

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    US President Donald Trump received a mixed reaction of cheers and boos as he took to the field for the national anthem during a college football game in Atlanta. On social media his supporters said they were proud to see him standing for The Star-Spangled

  • 01:01 CES 2018: Sophia the robot on Siri and Alexa - BBC News

    CES 2018: Sophia the robot on Siri and Alexa - BBC News

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    Sophia the robot is designed to be a stepping stone to truly intelligent machines. Her maker - Hong Kong Kong firm Hanson Robotics - says she is not pre-programmed with answers but instead uses machine learning to respond to people's questions. The BBC's

  • 02:58 CES 2018: App uses DNA to tell you what to eat - BBC News

    CES 2018: App uses DNA to tell you what to eat - BBC News

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    A UK start-up hopes to offer in-store DNA tests at top supermarkets, to help people eat more healthily. The retailer Waitrose told the BBC it was "exploring" the idea, but geneticists question the thinking behind the proposal. The tech will be one of many

  • 01:35 CES 2018: Robot refuses to co-operate with LG chief - BBC News

    CES 2018: Robot refuses to co-operate with LG chief - BBC News

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    A robot designed to run a smart home on behalf of its owners proved media shy at its public debut. Cloi repeatedly ignored commands from LG's marketing chief to his obvious frustration at the firm's high-profile CES press event. Please subscribe HERE http

  • 00:44 Thai PM uses cardboard cutout to avoid questions - BBC News

    Thai PM uses cardboard cutout to avoid questions - BBC News

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    Thailand's prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha found a novel way to dodge tricky questions from journalists by referring them to his cardboard cutout. Mr Prayuth took power in a military coup in 2014 and was named PM later that year. Please subscribe HERE ht

  • 01:12 Macron amuses China with Chinese lesson- BBC News

    Macron amuses China with Chinese lesson- BBC News

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    French President Emmanuel Macron is in China for business talks. During a speech, he repeated his famous line - "make the planet great again" - in Mandarin. Now, he's amused Chinese-speakers with a video showing him learning how to pronounce the line. Ple

  • 04:24 From The Pole To The Bar: Why Strippers Are Becoming Bartenders (HBO)

    From The Pole To The Bar: Why Strippers Are Becoming Bartenders (HBO)

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    Strip clubs may be a place to party for some, but for female entertainers, they are an office space. And over the past few years that workplace has changed dramatically thanks to an entirely new job position moving in: bartenders. Even though bartenders d

  • 07:08 No One Is Sure Which Country Is Helping North Korea Make Its Missiles (HBO)

    No One Is Sure Which Country Is Helping North Korea Make Its Missiles (HBO)

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    Last year, Michael Elleman, a weapons expert at the International Institute of Strategic Studies, published an alarming claim about North Korea's recent missile gains: they may have been getting technology from a one-time Soviet factory. Elleman rooted hi

  • 03:19 News Wrap: Trump travels to Atlanta for college football game

    News Wrap: Trump travels to Atlanta for college football game

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    President Donald Trump visited Tennessee on Monday to tout the GOP’s tax bill to the American Farm Bureau, before heading to Atlanta, where he planned to attend a college football championship game. In Nevada, a federal judge dismissed criminal charges ag

  • 15:01 Trump insiders ‘afraid for the country,’ says Michael Wolff

    Trump insiders ‘afraid for the country,’ says Michael Wolff

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    In his explosive new book “Fire and Fury,” exploring the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency, Michael Wolff said the people closest to the president were “afraid for their own careers and for the country.” Wolff sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss

  • 05:43 What the loss of temporary protected status will mean for Salvadorans in the U.S.

    What the loss of temporary protected status will mean for Salvadorans in the U.S.

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    The Trump administration announced Monday that it will end the temporary protected status of more than 260,000 Salvadoran immigrants living in the United States by September 2019. Vox reporter Dara Lind tells Lisa Desjardins to learn what this means for S

  • 07:13 In Syria's reconstruction, Lebanon sees economic opportunity

    In Syria's reconstruction, Lebanon sees economic opportunity

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    After nearly seven years of war, as Syria looks toward a massive reconstruction project, neighboring Lebanon sees an economic opportunity. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports from Lebanon as the task of rebuilding Syria begins to take shape - and

  • 04:39 Oprah leads Hollywood’s call to end sexual harassment

    Oprah leads Hollywood’s call to end sexual harassment

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    At the Golden Globe awards Sunday night, Hollywood’s biggest stars wore pins saying “Time’s Up,” a nod to a campaign to end sexual harassment in the industry. Several stars, including Oprah Winfrey, also made impassioned calls to speak up about misconduct

  • 07:56 Will ‘Fire and Fury’ split the Republican Party?

    Will ‘Fire and Fury’ split the Republican Party?

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    How did Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury” gain traction and did it affect the Republican Party? What are the chances of an Oprah Winfrey presidential run? Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR talk to Judy Woodruff about the l

  • 06:51 This artist is taking on America’s history of violence

    This artist is taking on America’s history of violence

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    Multimedia artist Carrie Mae Weems hosted a day of music, art and talk in a public event called “The Shape of Things,” exploring America’s history of violence. Jeffrey Brown reports from New York about what inspired Weems to take on the project and what m

  • 53:42 PBS NewsHour full episode January 8, 2018

    PBS NewsHour full episode January 8, 2018

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    Monday on the NewsHour, Judy Woodruff sits down with Michael Wolff, author of the explosive book “Fire and Fury,” which explores the first year of the Trump presidency. Also: Lebanon sees an economic opportunity in Syrian rebuilding efforts, how loss of t

  • 15:45 The Heaviest Man alive's attempt to lose weight - BBC News

    The Heaviest Man alive's attempt to lose weight - BBC News

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    Juan Pedro Franco holds the Guinness record for the heaviest man alive. But he’s trying to lose weight thanks to the help of medics in Mexico, where he lives. The BBC has followed his journey losing weight. A Film made by Natasha Pizzey-Siegert Please sub

  • 02:03 Golden Globes 2018: Why stars wore black on the red carpet - BBC News

    Golden Globes 2018: Why stars wore black on the red carpet - BBC News

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    The BBC's China editor Carrie Gracie has resigned from her post, citing pay inequality with male colleagues. In an open letter, Ms Gracie - who has been at the BBC for more than 30 years - accused the corporation of having a "secretive and illegal pay cul

  • 01:12 Dubai to build new record-breaking skyscraper - BBC News

    Dubai to build new record-breaking skyscraper - BBC News

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    Dubai is already home to the world's tallest tower - the Burj Khalifa - yet now it's building one which is even taller. Around it, the developers are planning a skyscraper city big enough to house 400,000 people. But with Dubai property prices falling wil

  • 00:59 US Marines rescue their helicopter... with a bigger one - BBC News

    US Marines rescue their helicopter... with a bigger one - BBC News

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    US Marines have rescued one of their helicopters after it made an emergency landing on a beach in Okinawa, Japan. The aircraft was airlifted back to base using an even bigger helicopter. The US presence on Okinawa in southern Japan is a key part of the se

  • 01:38 CES 2018: LG Display shows off large rollable TV screen- BBC News

    CES 2018: LG Display shows off large rollable TV screen- BBC News

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    LG Display has created the world's first large, rollable, ultra-high definition screen. The 4K display uses OLED technology, allowing it to be more flexible than a conventional LED television. BBC North America technology reporter Dave Lee saw it in actio

  • 04:36 BBC's Carrie Gracie 'could not collude' in pay discrimination - BBC News

    BBC's Carrie Gracie 'could not collude' in pay discrimination - BBC News

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    Carrie Gracie has said she resigned as the BBC's China editor because she could not "collude" in a policy of "unlawful pay discrimination". She quit, citing pay inequality with male international editors earning more than her £135,000-a-year salary. She s

  • 00:41 Firefighters tackle Trump Tower blaze - BBC News

    Firefighters tackle Trump Tower blaze - BBC News

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    Firefighters have responded to a small fire on the roof of Trump Tower on the Upper West Side of New York City. Two people suffered minor injuries while tackling the blaze, which caused no damage inside the building. The New York City Fire Department says

  • 02:36 CES 2018: First look at futuristic Byton smart car - BBC News

    CES 2018: First look at futuristic Byton smart car - BBC News

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    Byton has revealed an electric vehicle that it thinks presents a glimpse at the future of how we will drive and interact with cars. It was formally unveiled at the start of the CES tech show in Las Vegas. But ahead of the launch, the BBC's North America t

  • 08:46 The Island Where Washington State Sends Its Sex Offenders (HBO)

    The Island Where Washington State Sends Its Sex Offenders (HBO)

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    Twenty minutes off the Puget Sound coast is an island that was the home to a state penitentiary until it closed in 2011. Now, it is used as a facility for the civil commitment of the state’s most violent sex offenders. Residents wind up on McNeil when the

  • 04:31 New federal guidance raises questions for legal marijuana

    New federal guidance raises questions for legal marijuana

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    California this week joined a growing list of states and the District of Columbia where it is now legal to sell marijuana. But on Thursday Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded an Obama-era policy that discouraged federal prosecutors from bringing char

  • 12:11 Evergreen copes with fallout, months after 'Day of Absence' sparked national debate

    Evergreen copes with fallout, months after 'Day of Absence' sparked national debate

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    Students and staff at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, are teasing out how to define and express issues of racism and oppression on campus almost one year after an annual event there provoked a national conversation on free speech and civil

  • 26:48 PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Jan. 7, 2018

    PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Jan. 7, 2018

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    On this edition for Sunday, Jan 7, fallout from the Michael Wolff’s controversial book on the Trump presidency, and campuses address racial inequality. Also, the marijuana industry braces for new federal guidelines. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • 24:27 PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Jan. 7, 2018

    PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Jan. 7, 2018

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    On this edition for Sunday, Jan 7, fallout from the Michael Wolff’s controversial book on the Trump presidency, and campuses address racial inequality. Also, the marijuana industry braces for new federal guidelines. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • 03:27 China's uphill struggle fighting extreme poverty - BBC News

    China's uphill struggle fighting extreme poverty - BBC News

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    The country has radical plans to meet President Xi Jinping's huge promise to lift 43 million people out of extreme poverty in three years. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n

  • 01:57 From slavery to Italy’s fashion world - BBC News

    From slavery to Italy’s fashion world - BBC News

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    Bassirou fled Burkina Faso because he feared for his life and arrived in Italy by boat. His life turned around when he got involved in a project run by Lai-Momo, a charity that is training asylum seekers in one of Italy’s finest arts: making leather bags.

  • 01:59 Why cycling is much more than a sport in Colombia - BBC News

    Why cycling is much more than a sport in Colombia - BBC News

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  • 01:47 Donald Trump speaks out on new book and attacks author Michael Wolff - BBC News

    Donald Trump speaks out on new book and attacks author Michael Wolff - BBC News

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    Donald Trump has rejected doubts over his mental health raised in a bombshell new book, describing the book as "fiction" and the author as a "fraud". Michael Wolff's account of the administration's first year suggests that even those closest to Mr Trump h