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PBS NewsHour full episode Feb. 25, 2015

Season 2015 Episode 560 | 54m 13s

Tonight on the program, we examine the continued fighting in Congress over a looming funding shutdown of the Homeland Security Department. Also: the Supreme Court weighs how religious freedom affects dress codes, how video games are the frontier of AI, why tech companies struggle with gender equality, whether China is looking to replace the U.S. as a superpower and preserving history through art.

Aired: 02/24/15 | Expires: 03/27/15
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