Daily Archives: April 15, 2016

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Friday on the NewsHour, Democratic presidential candidates eye Tuesday’s pivotal New York primary after their most contentious debate yet. Also: Microsoft sues the Department of Justice over data access, inside the GOP’s nomination process, Shields and Brooks talk politics, the European migrant crisis garners papal attention and a star violinist aids other musicians in need. PBS NewsHour video news New York News 2016

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Imax gets in on exercise craze. Video CBS This Morning news

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Today’s gyms and trainers are using the latest technology designed to help people lose weight, build muscle and have fun. Among companies muscling its way into the fitness space is the movie theater giant Imax. The company’s new Imax Shift is an indoor cycling experience with a wall-to-wall screen and pulsating sound. Dana Jacobson of CBS Sports Network reports. “CBS This Morning” to preview her report. New York News 2016

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From poverty to prodigy: star violinist turns to other musicians in need. Video PBS News Hour

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Rachel Barton Pine is one of the most accomplished violinists in the world, but she would be the first to remember her less than refined upbringing — as a ten-year-old prodigy with an out-of-work father, she bought her concert clothes in thrift stores and relied on space heaters for warmth. Now, Pine uses her success to help other disadvantaged violinists escape poverty. Jeffrey Brown reports. PBS NewsHour video news New York News 2016

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