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Donald Trump refuses to say he whether he will accept the results of the election. PBS “NewsHour” correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins us with the latest news from a contentious campaign.

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Donald Trump responds to allegations of misconduct from multiple women. “PBS NewsHour” correspondent Lisa Desjardins weighs in on this and more.

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Election Day is just a little more than four weeks away. “PBS NewsHour” correspondent John Yang joins us to talk about Sunday's presidential debate and how the campaign is shaping up.

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Watch Charlie Rose's exclusive interview with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

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The Chicago Board of Education plans to close 54 schools, citing a $1 billion deficit and under-enrollment. Critics say this move will disrupt communities and put kids in danger. For both sides of the debate, PBS NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown talks with School Board vice president Jesse Ruiz and Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Teachers Union.

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Chicago blues legend Buddy Guy talks about his career and his new autobiography. Jeffrey Brown from the PBS Newshour reports.

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Kids in Albany Park confront difficult themes on stage. We go behind-the-scenes at the innovative Albany Park Theater Project.

"Tension City"

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Jim Lehrer

He's had a front row seat for 11 presidential and vice-presidential debates, and now the longtime host of the PBS Newshour series shares what he's learned. Jim Lehrer tells us about his new book, Tension City.

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Former Apple CEO John Sculley said he didn't think there was a home computer market back in 1985. Elizabeth Brackett reported on Apple 26 years ago. We revisit her encounter with a prickly Steve Jobs, and get some perspective about just how far Apple has come.

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