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The series finale of NOW on PBS: A must-see television event.
The wars in Iraq in Afghanistan -- on the ground over eight years.
Going inside the economic meltdown and the role of government.
Revitalizing America's towns: Has one unorthodox mayor found a path to success?
Can an innovative program cut America's prison population?
Will the boom in natural gas drilling contaminate America's water supply?
Is Obama breaking his promise to protect endangered species?
Will angry voters toss out the incumbents this fall?
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A bank cultivates prosperity by lending locally and giving profits back.
US Editor of The Economist says fix captialism by ending obesession with stock values.
Economist Jane D'Arista says retirement funds can be invested locally, avoiding Wall St.
Economist David Korten says power is moving from Wall St. to Main St, which is ok by him.
A community in Washington state pulls together to grow local jobs, using local resources.
Worker-owned cooperatives - with lofty goals - are on the rise and scaling up.
Four women start a catering co-op; part of a national movement to and train co-op groups.
A man creates a stunning tiny office that improves his work life and his bottom line.