Full Program: PBS NewsHour full episode July 26, 2017

Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump bans transgender people from serving in the military,. Also: What's next in the health care battle, the president signals he will pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, revenge killings in Mosul, a conversation with the former government ethics director, new findings linking brain injury directly to football and Trump supporters in Portland, Oregon.

Segments from Wednesday, July 26, 2017

  • PBS NewsHour full episode July 26, 2017
    Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump bans transgender people from serving in the military,. Also: What's next in the health care battle, the president signals he will pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, revenge killings in Mosul, a conversation with the former government ethics director, new findings linking brain injury directly to football and Trump supporters in Portland, Oregon.
    Original Air Date: July 26, 2017
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  • Some Iraqi forces wage campaign of punishment in Mosul
    As the battle to retake Mosul from the Islamic State nears its end, a new campaign of revenge and retribution is underway by Iraqi forces against those suspected of fighting for or aiding the militant group. Human rights organizations report a number of extrajudicial killings, mass detentions and forced displacement. Special correspondent Marcia Biggs and videographer Alessandro Pavone report.
    Original Air Date: July 26, 2017
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  • Trump supporters go against the grain in liberal Portland
    What is it like to be a conservative woman trying to find your voice in a city known for its progressive politics? The NewsHour's Elizabeth Flock wrote an in-depth profile of Trump supporters living in Portland, Oregon, the second half of our series on political divisions in unlikely places. Flock joins Judy Woodruff to take a closer look.
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  • Shaub: Trump has set a tone that ethics don’t matter
    As director of the Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub clashed with the Trump administration on a number of issues before resigning in July. Shaub joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the ways in which the current White House has departed from ethical norms and his concerns about the naming of the new acting director at the agency.
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  • The Senate GOP’s best shot at a health care bill
    Republicans found themselves no closer to passing a plan to repeal or replace the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, after two key GOP ideas failed by large margins in the Senate. Lisa Desjardins looks at their options and the opposition.
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  • Trump makes about-face on the military’s transgender policy
    Word of a significant policy reversal came not from the Pentagon, but from President Trump's Twitter feed, where he announced that transgender people would be banned from the U.S. military. Socially conservative groups welcomed the decision, but it drew quick condemnation from Democrats and some leading Republicans. Judy Woodruff learns more from William Brangham.
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  • News Wrap: Court affirms same-sex couples’ abuse protections
    In the our news wrap Wednesday, the Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled that same-sex couples deserve the same protections from domestic violence as heterosexual couples. Several other states have already changed their laws. Also, President Trump took a new verbal shot at Attorney General Jeff Sessions, complaining that he ought to fire acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe.
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    A married gay man carries the rainbow and U.S. flags at a celebration rally in West Hollywood, California, following the 2015 Supreme Court decision on marriage equality. Photo by Nicholson/Reuters
  • Trump signals he might pull out of the Iran nuclear deal
    Two years since the Iran nuclear agreement was signed, President Trump may be on the way to pulling out of the deal. The president indicated in an interview he's willing to overrule the State Department and not certify Iran’s compliance. John Yang talks to Robert Malley, a former White House negotiator for the Iran nuclear talks, and Mark Dubowitz of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
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  • What football does to the brain, according to a major study
    The largest study to date on the dangers of hard hits and concussions in football concluded that 110 of 111 deceased former NFL players had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, raising even stronger concerns about the risks of brain injury from playing the sport. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Michael Alosco of Boston University CTE Center, who is a co-author of the study.
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