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GWEN IFILL: The United Nations says between 10,000 and 20,000 migrants may die crossing the Mediterranean this summer in search of safety and a better life. Many are fleeing the war in Syria, a conflict that’s created nearly four million...
JUDY WOODRUFF: Most high schools offer some amount of advanced placement courses, designed to be more challenging for students, while allowing them to potentially earn college credit. While more high school students are taking A.P. courses than...
Watch VideoJUDY WOODRUFF: Let’s get an on-the-ground update on the problems in Houston and the efforts to deal with the floods. Reporter Molly Hennessy-Fiske is based there for The Los Angeles Times and she joins me now. Welcome to the...
JUDY WOODRUFF: Storms and floods have made this an extraordinarily difficult week in parts of the Midwest and the Plains. That’s been especially true in Houston, where the country’s fourth largest city has been hammered, and other...
GWEN IFILL: I am joined now by two reporters who’ve been following these events closely, Jeremy Schaap of ESPN, who recently released a documentary exploring corruption inside FIFA, and Matt Apuzzo. He’s been covering the legal side of...
GWEN IFILL: The indictments of officials at soccer’s international governing body were a stunning blow to the sport, and prosecutors promised it is just the beginning. It’s the world’s most popular sport, run by a powerful group...