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PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 14, 2014

Season 2015 Episode 140 | 53m 34s

Tonight on the program, we look at post-shootings France, where a new edition of Charlie Hebdo sold out and dozens were arrested for hate speech. Also: why so many people are already throwing their hats into the 2016 presidential race, how military sex offenders fly under the radar, a new Obama administration plan to cut methane emissions, and two climbers successfully climb Yosemite's El Capitan.

Aired: 01/13/15 | Expires: 12/31/69
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