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https://www.youtube.com/embed/48l3qmwJx_g JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: California burning. Millions of acres remain on fire, as tens of thousands of people lose power and new evacuations are ordered. With the cost of medical treatment remaining prohibitive for millions of Americans, the possibilities for expansion of coverage are examined. With the cost of medical treatment remaining prohibitive for millions of Americans, we examine possibilities for expansion of coverage. And speaking out: The FBI agent who helped launch the Russia investigation explains how he still sees the president as a counterintelligence risk. PETER STRZOK, Author, “Compromised: Counterintelligence and the Threat of Donald J. Trump”: His relationship with Russia, the way that he has exposed himself to being compromised, that is too important an issue for the American public not to understand how we thought about that in the FBI in 2016 up to and through today.JUDY WOODRUFF:…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/dMrfwPmOvaU (intro music) – Hi, I’m Jacques Pepin and I’m Cooking at Home. One time my granddaughter came to my house, I think we were having some type of chocolate dessert, she love chocolate, and she say, “Grandad, do you have any cookie with that?” I didn’t have any cookie. She’s kind of rare. So I said, “Okay fine, I’ll show you what to do, “if you don’t have cookie.” So I had the white bread here, as you can see. I’m gonna do it straight. Just trim the side. And this, I’ll keep to make bread crumb, you know? And as you can see here, this is thin bread. Okay, so bread, butter, some butter here. You want to put a tablespoon of butter, or maybe not quite, but close to a tablespoon of butter, yes. Half of it on one side, half of it on the other side.…

( soft electronic music, ) Hi, I’m Jack Pepin and I’m Cooking at Home. I never throw bread out leftover, bread. I have a couple of slices of bread here and I’m gon na show you what to do with it. You know I have about two ounces of bread here, Which is probably like one good cup of bread, so one good cup of bread could be any type of bread. I have a quarter of a cup here of milk. I’M gon na put that bread in it. To soak Okay, it will absorb I’m gon na put a little bit of onion with that About a couple of Tablespoon of onion Or maybe a little more like three Tablespoon or so some Parsley grab other type of herb. If you want, I use a lot of herb when they are plentiful. In my garden, ( knife chopping,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rWp5ZpJAIAE The tale of life on Earth has been unfolding for about 4 billion years. And we humans are just the last word on the last page of that story. At least so far. And the vast stretches of time that are covered by the history of life can be hard for us to fathom. We wrack our brains just trying to imagine what a few hundred years looks like, let alone billions of years And, like, speaking for myself, I can’t even remember what I had for breakfast this morning.So, to help us comprehend the full expanse of time, scientists have turned to the rocks. By looking at the layers beneath our feet, geologists have been able to identify and describe crucial episodes in life’s history — from bursts of evolutionary diversity to disastrous extinction events. These key events — of new life and sudden death — frame the…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ToeWrGTGOOI Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the … OK, you know where this is going. Lured in by our breath, bed bugs come for us when we’re most vulnerable. In dreamland, we’re oblivious to bed bug chow time. You won’t even feel it. It’s a quick meal. Just a few minutes. But it’s a filling one. Stuffed with blood, it scurries to a nearby cranny: the seam of your mattress or behind a baseboard. There, they get to work growing their families. Until you get … You can recognize them by their signature work of art: these tiny splotches. It’s the digested blood they leave behind. In the 1950s, we made bed bugs retreat with DDT. But some became resistant and now they’re back. We help them spread – in our clothes or luggage – when we travel around. You can kill them with other insecticides or heat, but…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/AdSZJzb-aX8 in the arrangement and visualization every single pixel should testify directly to content as Johnny I’ve the green apple designer said we spend most of our time getting design out of the way it’s gotta get out of the way because it’s about the relationship of the viewer and how they reason about the content style and aesthetics cannot rescue failed content if the words aren’t truthful the finest occupy letter space typography won’t turn lies into truth there are enormous ly beautiful visualizations but it’s as a byproduct of the truth and goodness of the information the big steps in showing information began old with cartography about six thousand years ago when the first map was patched into a piece of stone and that has wound up now with the most widely seen visualization in the world which is Google Maps people are using a visualization to actually…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/kJrNac0hQUA (marching band playing) NARRATOR: It's game night for the Nebraska Huskers and in the middle of this big-time college basketball atmosphere filled with players, JOHN HIGGINS: Hey, whistle blown, stop my man! Hey, hey! NARRATOR: Coaches. JOHN: You guys going like this. This guy is going like this. It's a difference. NARRATOR: And fans is a man dressed in black and white making split-second decisions that aren't always black and white. (whistle blows) JOHN: He's gonna jump fellas. He's gonna circle. He's gotta jump. NARRATOR: Referee John Higgins is always in the middle of the action, but his goal is to be invisible. JOHN: He knows he's wrong. JOHN: To me, that's the highest compliment you could say about the referee. So, if we stayed out of the way and let the kids play and let them play legally, and they're not talking about me, amen, thank you. That…