• U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at campaign rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S., October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria - RTX2Q4AO
    October 23

    On this episode for Sunday, Oct. 23, assessing a merger between telecom giant AT&T and Time Warner. Later, senate Republicans are enduring a balancing act to keep control of the House in the weeks leading up to Election Day. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York. Continue reading

  • On March 12 2016, children in Malawi look on amazed in the community demonstration of  Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs or drones) flying in Lilongwe. The Ministry of Health and UNICEF launched the first six-mile auto programmed flight in a trial to speed up the testing and diagnosis of HIV in infants. Photo Courtesy of UNICEF
    October 23 BY  

    Developing countries around the world are increasingly turning to the aerial devices to assist with humanitarian efforts. Continue reading

  • Iraqi forces wear protective masks after winds brought fumes from a nearby sulfur plant set alight by Islamic State militants, at south of Mosul in Qayyara, Iraq, October 22, 2016. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Marjani       TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY     - RTX2PZ9A
    October 22

    On this edition for Saturday, Oct. 22, Iraqi forces advance on Mosul in a campaign to retake the country’s second largest city from ISIS, and with less than three weeks left until Election Day, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are making their closing arguments to voters. Also, learn how robots in South Korea may transform America’s future workforce. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York. Continue reading

  • U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shakes hands with supporters after a campaign event in Cleveland, Ohio U.S., October 21, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria - RTX2PXWW
    October 22

    More than 5 million people have already cast ballots in the presidential race through early voting in 34 states and recent polls show HIllary Clinton in the lead. For more election analysis, NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield joins Hari Sreenivasan. Continue reading

  • South Africa's President Jacob Zuma (R) and his Somali counterpart Hassan Sheikh Mohamud talk during the extraordinary session of the African Union's Assembly of Heads of State and Government on the case of African Relationship with the International Criminal Court (ICC), in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, October 12, 2013. Africa has agreed that sitting heads of state should not be tried by the ICC where Kenya's leaders are in the dock, ministers said before African leaders opened a summit on Saturday. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri (ETHIOPIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) - RTX148Q8
    October 22

    South Africa announced it will withdraw from the International Criminal Court, whose oversight includes 124 member nations. Burundi’s parliament has also voted to leave the court, which was established in 2002 to investigate and prosecute war crimes. Andrew Meldrum, the acting Africa Editor for the Associated Press, joins Hari Sreenivasan from Johannesburg. Continue reading

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    October 22

    South Korea is among the countries working to increase automation in the manufacturing sector, with some large companies seeing robots as a cost-effective way to replace expensive human labor. But how will the expansion of this technology affect American workers? NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Karla Murthy reports. Continue reading

  • Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton looks at Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump as he speaks during the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner in New York, U.S. October 20, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria - RTX2PSJH
    October 21

    Friday on the NewsHour, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton return to the campaign trail after exchanging vicious jabs during a charity dinner. Also, Russia extends Aleppo’s “humanitarian pause,” how the electoral map is shifting, an NSA contractor is expected to be charged with espionage, the political analysis of Shields and Brooks, student debt in the U.S. and ‘Prairie Home’ gets a new companion. Continue reading

  • Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, U.S. October 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - RTX2PXMR
    October 21

    In campaign rallies on Friday, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continued themes from Wednesday’s debate, such as Clinton’s paid speeches and Trump’s refusal to accept election results. The night before, the two clashed at a charity dinner. And a new Clinton ad features Khizr Khan, whose Muslim-American son died serving in the Army, asking Trump: “Would my son have a place in your America?” Continue reading

  • A woman carries a placard during a protest against evacuating civilians out of Aleppo, in the rebel held besieged al-Shaar neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria October 20, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail  - RTX2PR5X
    October 21

    In our news wrap Friday, Russia extended the “humanitarian pause” in Aleppo for a third day, after the United Nations said that planned evacuations of the rebel-held Syrian city had not actually begun. The UN blamed a lack of security guarantees from both warring sides for the delay. Also, in Iraq, Islamic State militants launched attacks in and around the northern city of Kirkuk, killing 13. Continue reading

  • Delegates point to an electoral map at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. U.S. July 27, 2016.  REUTERS/Charles Mostoller - RTSJYXU
    October 21

    With just over two weeks until Election Day, there are some surprising shifts occurring in the electoral map. Judy Woodruff speaks with correspondent Lisa Desjardins and Nathan Gonzales of The Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report about which voters are deserting Donald Trump, the latest poll numbers and the possibilities for down-ballot races changing the power balance in the House and Senate. Continue reading