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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Season 2014 Episode 770 | 53m 33s

On the NewsHour Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty to annex Crimea in its separation from Ukraine. Analysts weigh in on the implications and how the U.S. should respond. Also: new evidence from the Big Bang, the fight over private buses in San Francisco, questioning the warnings about saturated fat and overlooked veterans receive the Medal of Honor.

Aired: 03/17/14 | Expires: 12/31/69
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