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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode March 1, 2015

Season 2015 Episode 600 | 22m 41s

On this edition for Sunday, Mar. 1, Congress gears up to continue the debate over funding homeland security. Later, how the arrest of three men in New York and Florida this week reveals the difficulties of fighting ISIS at home. And, in our signature segment, from Ohio, thieves stealing valuable metal put the public in danger.

Aired: 02/28/15 | Expires: 03/31/15
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