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  • May 26, 2016

    On the day Donald Trump appeared to have clinched the number of pledged delegates required for the GOP nomination, he delivered a major energy address that criticized President Obama as much as it did Hillary Clinton. Obama returned the favor, telling the international media that world leaders are afraid of a “President Trump.” John Yang reports. Continue reading

  • May 26, 2016

    In our news wrap Thursday, the fight over LGBT rights in Congress sank a major energy bill, after both Republicans and Democrats voted down legislation containing separate provisions banning discrimination by federal contractors and defending North Carolina’s transgender bathroom law. Also, more than 4,000 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean a day after hundreds died while crossing. Continue reading

  • May 26, 2016

    Donald Trump’s rise to the top of the Republican party has perturbed many observers in the U.S., but how is the international community reacting to the New York billionaire? Judy Woodruff talks to Geoff Dyer of the Financial Times, Joyce Karam of Al-Hayat and Alan Gomez of USA Today for more on how the GOP nominee is perceived around the globe Continue reading

  • May 26, 2016

    It’s been just over a month since a deadly earthquake devastated Ecuador’s Pacific coast, destroying thousands of buildings and impacting at least a quarter-million people. As the government struggles with recovery costs and moves to rebuild, the disaster has also highlighted the need for tougher buildings codes — and enforcement. Special correspondents Bruno Frederico and Nadja Drost report.
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  • May 26, 2016

    A 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman has been found carrying a strain of E. coli that is resistant to last-resort antibiotics, which researchers say marks the first appearance of a drug-proof bacteria on U.S. soil. Scientists in Pennsylvania are working with the Centers for Disease Control to find a way to fight the superbug. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Dr. Beth Bell of the CDC for more.
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