Full Program: PBS NewsHour full episode July 6, 2017

Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump delivers a stark message in Poland, a day before meeting Russian President Putin. Also: Hobby Lobby is accused of illegally importing artifacts, a city that sees refugees as an economic boon, the lack of diversity in Silicon Valley, Chuck Berry's lasting mark on American music and a Brief But Spectacular take on being blind.

Segments from Thursday, July 6, 2017

  • In Poland, Trump chides Russia on eve of Putin meeting
    President Trump began his second overseas trip in Poland by doing something he was criticized for not doing on his first: offering America's full commitment to the NATO alliance. The president also declared that the West would triumph over its many adversaries, offering his sharpest condemnation yet of Russia. Special correspondent Ryan Chilcote joins Judy Woodruff from Hamburg for more.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 324
  • News Wrap: World powers joust over North Korea
    In the our news wrap Thursday, the president of China called for restraint over how to handle North Korea's test of an intercontinental ballistic missile. Meanwhile, Russia reportedly blocked the U.N. Security Council's approval of a statement strongly condemning the launch. Also, the Trump administration has renewed its offer to cooperate with Russia over the Syria conflict.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 241
  • Why Hobby Lobby is in trouble for importing artifacts
    Hobby Lobby, the national arts-and-crafts supply chain, illegally imported thousands of ancient relics from the Middle East, according to the Justice Department. The family-owned, Evangelical Christian company must now turn over rare clay tablets and artifacts that likely once came from Iraq. William Brangham learns more from Deborah Lehr of George Washington University.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 402
  • What happened when a struggling city welcomed refugees
    After decades of decline, the city of Utica, New York, is growing again, thanks in part to its reputation as "the town that loves refugees." And their basic reason for loving refugees is simple: An influx of new residents and workers have helped keep its economy afloat. But are there also downsides to an refugee-driven recovery? Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 675
  • What did European allies hear in Trump’s Poland speech?
    As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump downplayed the importance of NATO and the role of the European Union, while promoting improved U.S.-Russia ties. On Thursday, President Trump tried to reassure European allies that his administration is in sync with them. Judy Woodruff talks to Karen Donfried and Paula Dobriansky, two former state department officials, about Trump on the world stage.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 536
  • PBS NewsHour full episode July 6, 2017
    Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump delivers a stark message in Poland, a day before meeting Russian President Putin. Also: Hobby Lobby is accused of illegally importing artifacts, a city that sees refugees as an economic boon, the lack of diversity in Silicon Valley, Chuck Berry's lasting mark on American music and a Brief But Spectacular take on being blind.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 3301
    FULL PROGRAM
    July 6, 2017
  • Silicon Valley investors under scrutiny for harassment
    A series of exposes and resignations have newly shone a spotlight on the actions of tech companies, investors and funders, including how prominent venture capitalists have been accused of unwanted sexual advances. William Brangham talks to Freada Kapor Klein, founder of the Level Playing Field Institute.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 326
    Internet privacy
  • Chuck Berry’s final album tops off legacy as rock pioneer
    Chuck Berry -- early architect of the sound, attitude and raw power of rock 'n' roll -- died this year, but his music is getting a second life. A new album called "Chuck," his first since 1979, was announced in the months before his death on his 90th birthday, and charts his life as a kind of autobiographical epitaph. Jeffrey Brown talks with Berry's son and grandson about his legacy.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 436
  • Why I used to love making jokes about Helen Keller
    Growing up, Georgina Kleege hated Helen Keller; she saw the famous author and activist as a reproach to her own experience as a young blind woman. But she found a new way to relate to Keller later on, writing her a book of letters. Kleege, a lecturer at University of California, Berkeley, offers her Brief but Spectacular take on blindness.
    Original Air Date: July 6, 2017
    Length: 214
SHARE VIA TEXT