Full Program: PBS NewsHour full episode July 3, 2017

Monday on the NewsHour, as the GOP's health care bill struggles to find its course, the president of the March of Dimes weighs in on what's at stake for patients. Also: A new report on the opioid epidemic, civility in America in the age of President Trump, hope for children with a birth defect in India, an undocumented family comes out of the shadows and a retelling of a Greek tragedy.

Segments from Monday, July 3, 2017

  • This simple correction for clubfoot is a life changer
    Clubfoot, a treatable birth defect that can bring pain and isolation, is often not treated in the developing world. But a treatment developed a half century ago by a doctor in Iowa is less invasive, less expensive and less painful than the corrective surgery that was once required. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on how a charity is trying to bring the cure to children in India.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 386
  • These undocumented parents 'live with fear every day'
    Every morning, parents and undocumented Mexican immigrants Lola and Jose live in fear that they will be separated from their children, who are U.S. citizens. Special correspondent Portia Young of Milwaukee Public Television reports from Wisconsin on life for their family, and the debate over immigration enforcement during the Trump administration.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 484
  • Colm Toibin sees 'origin of all civil wars' in this tragedy
    In the new novel "House of Names," one of today's leading contemporary writers looks back to the Trojan War and Greek mythology for inspiration. Colm Toibin joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss why he wanted to write a novel about a family drama in ancient Greece and the connection to civil wars in our own time.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 375
  • Remembering the enslaved people who built America
    A tour guide at George Washington's Mt. Vernon, who is also a distant relation of a person who was enslaved at the Virginia estate, offers his perspective about American history, slavery and the founding fathers. This story was produced by as part of the NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs program.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 236
  • How Americans see civility and trust in today’s politics
    Most Americans believe civility is getting worse since President Trump was elected, according to a new poll. Judy Woodruff talks to Tamara Keith of NPR and Stuart Rothenberg of Inside Elections about the results of the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll, the president’s continued attacks against the media and the continuing battle over health care on Capitol Hill.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 486
  • PBS NewsHour full episode July 3, 2017
    Monday on the NewsHour, as the GOP's health care bill struggles to find its course, the president of the March of Dimes weighs in on what's at stake for patients. Also: A new report on the opioid epidemic, civility in America in the age of President Trump, hope for children with a birth defect in India, an undocumented family comes out of the shadows and a retelling of a Greek tragedy.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 3263
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  • Report: Opioid treatment far behind addiction rates
    A new report offers striking revelations about opioid use in the U.S. When insurance giant Blue Cross Blue Shield analyzed 30 million medical records, it found that roughly 20 percent of patients filled at least one prescription for opioid painkillers in 2015. William Brangham talks with Dr. Trent Haywood, chief medical officer of Blue Cross Blue Shield, about their findings.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 327
  • How would Senate health care bill affect moms and babies?
    How would the current Senate Republican health care plan affect pregnant women, mothers and babies? Judy Woodruff speaks with Stacey Stewart, president of March of Dimes, about how many women depend on Medicaid to get prenatal care and have healthy pregnancies, and how early intervention and prevention programs can help reduce health care costs.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 425
  • News Wrap: Christie draws fire for using closed state beach
    In the our news wrap Monday, it's day three of a state government shutdown in New Jersey over a budget showdown between Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic lawmakers. On Sunday, he drew criticism for using the governor's residence at a state beach that's now closed to the public. Also, President Trump showed no sign of backing off after tweeting a mock video of himself tackling a CNN logo.
    Original Air Date: July 3, 2017
    Length: 268
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