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Hari Sreenivasan

New York, NY
NewsHour Senior Correspondent and Anchor, NewsHour Weekend — PBS

Anchor / Sr. Correspondent PBS @NewsHour + Dir. Digital Partnerships. Find me on FB http://t.co/2vfTIz1iiZ G+ https://t.co/yPQ5HqHYvd RT ≠ endorsements

2016 Great Immigrants: The Pride of America

How NYC’s streets became more pedestrian-friendly

pbs.org — Over the past decade, the streets of New York City have undergone a dramatic transformation. Nearly 400 miles of bike lanes were installed, the largest bike share program in North America began and Times Square morphed from a busy thoroughfare into a packed pedestrian plaza.

Paris, where the ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity meet reality

pbs.org — During my week in Paris, there were signs of both solidarity and suspicion among people that in some ways reminded of the United States after 9/11, but to compare the two would be a disservice to the unique tragedies and the people involved.

How reporting on science can change the way you learn

studentreportinglabs.com — Good science journalism shows you how the world works. And doing the actual reporting can show you how your brain works as it seeks to find the story in a flood of information, conversations and observation.

Lessons I learned from a man who's walking around the world

pbs.org — There's a man walking around the planet. He's not doing it to set a record, he's not on some religious quest, he's just doing it to tell our stories.

What a year of tracking my sleep taught me about sleep

pbs.org — It's 3:45 a.m. as I write this. More than half of Americans surveyed this spring report very good or good sleep quality. Not me. Depending on when you ask, I'd probably fall into the 36 percent who rate their sleep "fair" or even the 13 percent who rate it downright poor.

South Korea's economy takes hit as MERS outbreak persists

pbs.org — The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome outbreak currently plaguing South Korea is believed to be the largest outbreak of the virus that has ever occurred outside of Saudi Arabia, where MERS is thought to have originated. The virus has thus far been contained to South Korean hospitals, but 15 people have died and at least 145 are reportedly infected, according to the BBC.

AirAsia plane missing over Java Sea, 161 on board

pbs.org — An AirAsia flight with 162 aboard lost contact with ground controllers over the Java Sea between Surabaya, Indonesia, and the plane's intended destination, Singapore, the airline said Sunday. Flight QZ8501 lost communication at 7:24 am local time (7:24 p.m. ET). Below are flight details from a flight tracking service.

Recalling Luke Somers as a 'passionate' and 'dedicated' colleague

pbs.org — American photojournalist Luke Somers, who was killed by his Al Qaeda captors during a failed U.S.-led rescue attempt, was remembered on Saturday by colleagues who knew him in Yemen, including NewsHour Desk Assistant Tik Root. "It really hit home with a lot of us," said Root, describing Somers's capture in September of 2013.

ISIS uses half a Quran verse to justify beheadings, see what's in the other half

pbs.org — There has long been debate about the nature of Islam and its use as justification in violent and inhumane brutality - including the recent beheadings of journalists and aid workers - from the Middle East to Africa and beyond.
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Oct 21, 2016

He was casting director for “The English Patient” & “Harold & Kumar”. Here’s what he sees in people:  http://to.pbs.org/2eLxcvW 

Oct 19, 2016

RT @tomashbrooknpr: Read this. Think about this. George H.W. Bush's gracious handoff to Bill Clinton. It's beautiful. https://t.co/XHjPvbzGu8

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