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    Inside Brazil as it becomes the new global epicenter of coronavirus (Part 1)

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  • Inside Brazil as it becomes the new global epicenter of coronavirus (Part 2)

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  • Black Americans explore African roots in Ghana (Part 1)

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  • Black Americans explore African roots in Ghana (Part 2)

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  • Bryan Stevenson: Nationwide unrest is about a history of racial inequality (Part 1)

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  • Bryan Stevenson: Nationwide unrest is about a history of racial inequality (Part 2)

    03:34
  • How to talk with kids about racial inequality in America (Part 1)

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  • How to talk with kids about racial inequality in America (Part 2)

    02:06
  • Meet the Yankees’ first female minor league hitting coach (Part 1)

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  • Meet the Yankees’ first female minor league hitting coach (Part 2)

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  • How this company’s database of 3 billion faces could be used for contact tracing (Part 1)

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  • How this company’s database of 3 billion faces could be used for contact tracing (Part 2)

    02:44
  • Conviction integrity units working to exonerate the wrongfully convicted (Part 1)

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  • Conviction integrity units working to exonerate the wrongfully convicted (Part 2)

    02:07
  • Capturing History: Chief Official White House Photographers (Part 1)

    03:34
  • Capturing History: Chief Official White House Photographers (Part 2)

    02:45
  • Theaters, bars and restaurants debate how to keep customers safe from coronavirus spread (Part 1)

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  • Theaters, bars and restaurants debate how to keep customers safe from coronavirus spread (Part 2)

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  • From The Archives: The Nixon Impeachment Trials (Part 1)

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  • From The Archives: The Nixon Impeachment Trials (Part 2)

    02:58

Police are considering surveillance planes to deter crime. Privacy advocates have concerns. (Part 2)

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With this new technology, twelve high power cameras mounted on small planes will soar more than one-mile overhead and capture everything happening in a city below. After a crime is reported to 911, authorities can zoom in on footage and see the exact location of where a crime had been committed. Advocates tell NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez it would revolutionize policing, while critics say there are major privacy concerns.