Full Program: PBS NewsHour full episode July 13, 2017

Thursday on the NewsHour, Senate Republicans share a revised plan to take the place of Obamacare. We look at what's inside. Also: Questions about President Trump’s son meeting with a Russian lawyer follows him on an overseas trip to Paris, the fate of those who stand up to Vladimir Putin, what Hollywood and Jane Austen can teach us about economic risk and more.

Segments from Thursday, July 13, 2017

  • News Wrap: Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo dead at 61
    In the our news wrap Thursday, Chinese political dissident and Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo died Thursday of liver cancer. He'd been released from a state prison last month. Also, former President Jimmy Carter was hospitalized for dehydration in Canada.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 0
    Pro-democracy activists mourn the death of Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo in Hong Kong
  • Here’s what’s in the Senate GOP health care bill 2.0
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled Thursday the second version of the GOP’s proposed repeal of the Affordable Care Act, but the path to passage remains anything but clear. The new bill aims to stabilize insurance costs for consumers, but also contains a controversial amendment. Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News and Lisa Desjardins join Judy Woodruff to take a closer look.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 566
  • President Trump can’t escape Russia questions in Paris
    President Trump arrived in Paris Thursday for talks with France’s leader Emmanuel Macron, aimed at strengthening the alliance between the two countries. However, the visit was partly overshadowed by the ongoing questions about whether the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government. John Yang reports.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 197
  • PBS NewsHour full episode July 13, 2017
    Thursday on the NewsHour, Senate Republicans share a revised plan to take the place of Obamacare. We look at what's inside. Also: Questions about President Trump’s son meeting with a Russian lawyer follows him on an overseas trip to Paris, the fate of those who stand up to Vladimir Putin, what Hollywood and Jane Austen can teach us about economic risk and more.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 3301
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  • The deadly risk of standing up to Putin
    What can happen to you if you oppose the Kremlin? There is a high mortality rate among prominent critics of the Russian government, which some say is emblematic of how President Vladimir Putin runs the country. As part of our week-long series Inside Putin's Russia, special correspondent Nick Schifrin and producer Zach Fannin report in collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 681
  • Finance has a dark side, but that's only half the story
    You could say that the field of finance has an image problem, with both fictional and real-life figures projecting greed and other less-than-likeable attributes. That’s why Mihir Desai has written a book, "The Wisdom of Finance," to balance the picture and appeal to those in the field to get back to the core ideas. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 570
  • Elephant out for a swim gets emergency rescue at sea
    In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, Navy teams around the globe are often called in to assist in rescue efforts. But this week, one maritime mission in the Indian Ocean helped a unique creature in need.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 95
  • The ethical dos and don’ts of opposition research
    Donald Trump Jr. and his father, President Trump, have defended the decision to meet with a Russian government lawyer to potentially discuss information about Hillary Clinton as standard opposition research. Judy Woodruff speaks with Tim Miller, a former Jeb Bush campaign official, and Christina Reynolds, a former Hillary Clinton campaign official, discuss what goes into good opposition research.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 518
  • Why I’m starting the world’s first prison law school
    "Each of us has much more to offer than the worst thing we’ve done," says Alexander McLean, an activist and attorney who has been working in prisons since he was 18. McLean, founder of the African Prisons Project, shares the inspiring story of a former prisoner named Susan and gives his Brief but Spectacular take on the power of law in the hands of the poor.
    Original Air Date: July 13, 2017
    Length: 194
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