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    Jon Stewart fights to help veterans exposed to burn pits (Part 1)

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  • Jon Stewart fights to help veterans exposed to burn pits (Part 2)

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  • Inside the effort to feed Florida's manatees (Part 1)

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  • Inside the effort to feed Florida's manatees (Part 2)

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  • 80 years after Pearl Harbor, survivors reflect on the day that changed history (Part 1)

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  • 80 years after Pearl Harbor, survivors reflect on the day that changed history (Part 2)

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  • Musicians spreading holiday cheer in hospitals across U.S. (Part 1)

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  • Musicians spreading holiday cheer in hospitals across U.S. (Part 2)

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  • Blood test detects over 50 types of cancer (Part 1)

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  • Blood test detects over 50 types of cancer (Part 2)

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  • How the elite U.S. Forest Service hotshots battle wildfires (Part 1)

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  • How the elite U.S. Forest Service hotshots battle wildfires (Part 2)

    02:08
  • Climate change in Guatemala: Between starvation and migration (Part 1)

    06:51
  • Climate change in Guatemala: Between starvation and migration (Part 2)

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  • A look at St. Louis' iconic Gateway Arch (Part 1)

    02:01
  • A look at St. Louis' iconic Gateway Arch (Part 2)

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  • Extended interview: Rita Moreno and Ariana DeBose on ‘West Side Story’ remake (Part 1)

    03:03
  • Extended interview: Rita Moreno and Ariana DeBose on ‘West Side Story’ remake (Part 2)

    03:18
  • Black playwrights take center stage on Broadway (Part 1)

    03:46
  • Black playwrights take center stage on Broadway (Part 2)

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Survivors of Native American boarding schools discuss dark history in the U.S. (Part 2)

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Fred Kiogima, a Marine Corps veteran, tells NBC News’ Antonia Hylton that the memories of his time at Holy Childhood of Jesus Catholic boarding school still haunt him. In interviews, he and other survivors describe emotional and physical abuse during their time at the school. The school's purpose, he says, was "to get rid of your culture, your heritage, your language, your ways of life, your beliefs."