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In Yemen, ‘Too Many Guns and Too Many Grievances’ as President Clings to Power (Video) | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

RAY SUAREZ: The nation at the tip of the Arabian Peninsula has become a haven for al-Qaida but also a quiet U.S. ally in the fight against terrorism. Now its ruler of more than 30 years is under pressure from demonstrators, his generals and diplomats to step aside. For more, we turn to Christopher Boucek, an associate in the Middle ...

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Does NewsHour ‘Help Us See America Whole’?; Antiwar Public Unrepresented on Public TV

A new Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR) study of the PBSNewsHour finds that public television’s flagship news program continues to feature sources drawn largely from a narrow range of elite white male experts. The study, the third FAIR has conducted of the NewsHour since 1990, documents a pattern of failure by the PBS news show to fulfill the mission ...

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