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PBS NewsHour | Full Episode | Friday, August 15, 2014

Season 2014 Episode 2270 | 54m 00s

Tonight on the program, we continue to look at the situation in Ferguson, Missouri and examine why it is difficult to retain a diverse police force across the nation. Also: David Brooks and Ruth Marcus analyze the week's political news, a look back at the triumphs and costs of the Panama Canal 100 years later and how violence and waterborne disease are plaguing South Sudan.

Aired: 08/14/14 | Expires: 12/31/69
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Thousands gather in Moscow for Navalny's funeral, defying Kremlin and Russian police
Beyoncé brings new audience to country music and highlights the genre's Black roots
Brooks and Capehart on the immigration policies of Biden and Trump
News Wrap: Biden says U.S. military will airdrop humanitarian aid into Gaza
Nobel Peace Prize winner defends reputation against corruption charges in Bangladesh
CDC director on new COVID guidance ending 5-day isolation
Navalny's legacy and the future of Russian opposition
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