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Democracy Now!

Biden Is Reversing Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Acts. Will He Repair Harm from Deportations Under Obama?

President Joe Biden has placed immigration at the center of his ambitious agenda, signing several executive orders reversing Trump’s anti-immigrant policies. But Biden is not only navigating the destructive legacy of his immediate predecessor, but also that of the Obama administration when he was Vice President.
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Huell Meets Couples Who Enjoy Sleeping Outside

Join Huell as he meets two different couples who enjoy sleeping outside. Find out why and how they do it.
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Huell Finds Out What Became of 'Little Huell,' a Warthog Named After Him in 1987

Huell updates one of his earliest "Videolog" episodes and returns to the Los Angeles Zoo to see what happened to "Little Huell."
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Power & Health

The U.S. Healthcare System is Broken, Middle-Class Families with Disabled Members Fight with the Power of Their Stories

For middle-class parents of disabled children, good income and great insurance are still not enough to cover the vast holes in U.S. healthcare.
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January 25, 2021

Evelyn Farkas and Nina Khrushcheva discuss how President Biden should handle relations with Russia and President Putin moving forward.
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Members of the Biden Administration That Have Called California Home

Biden has appointed several Californians to key jobs in his administration to help secure the homeland, preserve healthcare, boost the economy and improve education.
PBS NewsHour

January 25, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Monday on the NewsHour, President Biden lays out his plan to push to buy American-made products to confront the economic crisis, infections and deaths continue to rise as the vaccination campaign lags behind projections, and more.
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Justice Delayed: Courts Overwhelmed by Pandemic Backlog

From child support to insurance fraud, court cases are delayed throughout California. Only half as many civil and criminal cases were resolved last summer compared with pre-pandemic numbers. “Justice has not shut down. Justice has slowed down,” according to an attorneys’ group.
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American Masters: How It Feels To Be Free

The inspiring story of six trailblazing Black women entertainers.
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Celebrate Black History Month 2021 with KCET and PBS SoCal

In honor of Black History Month, KCET and PBS SoCal will showcase a curated lineup of enlightening programs to bolster awareness and understanding of racial history in America.
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