Full Program: PBS NewsHour full episode June 29, 2017

Thursday on the NewsHour, parts of President Trump's controversial travel ban go into effect after the high court cleared the way. Also: The president's latest Twitter attack, the Islamic State loses its birthplace mosque, firehouses step up to provide health care for the needy, the problem of gas and oil wells near homes and journalist Ann Friedman gives her Brief but Spectacular take.

Segments from Thursday, June 29, 2017

  • Can drilling coexist with growing suburban development?
    Following a fatal explosion in a Denver suburb in April, Colorado is taking a closer look at all oil and gas operations across the state. Colorado’s governor has set a Friday deadline for companies to complete inspections of oil and gas lines near homes and businesses. Dan Boyce with public media’s Inside Energy reports on the tension between drilling and growing suburban development.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 462
  • PBS NewsHour full episode June 29, 2017
    Thursday on the NewsHour, parts of President Trump's controversial travel ban go into effect after the high court cleared the way. Also: The president's latest Twitter attack, the Islamic State loses its birthplace mosque, firehouses step up to provide health care for the needy, the problem of gas and oil wells near homes and journalist Ann Friedman gives her Brief but Spectacular take.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 3275
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  • This firehouse answers the call for health care help
    In the city of Hayward, California, options for health care are limited. But officials there came up with an innovative solution: integrating a new fire station with medical services to take advantage of its prime location and other conveniences. Special correspondent Kathleen McCleery reports on how the experiment is working and concerns about the fate of Medicaid.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 487
  • Who’s in and who’s left out as Trump travel ban takes effect
    President Trump’s executive order banning entry into the U.S. from six majority-Muslim countries finally takes effect Thursday after months of legal and political wrangling. The Supreme Court issued a partial green light earlier this week by only allowing those with “bona fide” family or business ties to be allowed in. Judy Woodruff learns more from Yeganeh Torbati of Reuters.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 210
  • How do Trump’s Twitter taunts affect the presidency?
    President Trump's Twitter attack on MSNBC hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough -- whom he called "low I.Q. crazy Mika" and "Psycho Joe" -- ignited a firestorm of sharp criticism, even from the president's Republican allies. John Yang reports and Judy Woodruff talks with Beverly Gage of Yale University and Matthews Dowd, former chief strategist under George Bush, about the implications.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 714
  • Iraqi forces reclaim mosque as ISIS territory shrinks
    Iraqi forces have recaptured from the Islamic State group a mosque compound in Western Mosul, a major symbolic victory after months of fighting. The al-Nouri Mosque is where ISIS's leader declared the formation of a so-called caliphate across much of Iraq and Syria in 2014. William Brangham reports on the state of battle and the displacement of thousands of people.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 210
  • How globalization affects inequality, populism in one chart
    The hottest curve in economics right now helps explain the rise of China, the rise of populism in Europe and the rise of Donald Trump. From a global perspective, income inequality has gone down. But if you're middle class in the U.S. or Europe, you see the rich getting richer and inequality growing. Economics correspondent Paul Solman examines the widening gap.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 415
  • News Wrap: House GOP passes two immigration bills
    In the our news wrap Thursday, Republicans in the U.S. House pushed through two bills on illegal immigration, including one that blocks some federal funding for so-called sanctuary cities. Also, Senate Republican leaders struggled again to revise their health care bill in order to win enough votes to pass it.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 436
    Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly speaks about immigration reform at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 29, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts - RTS195CZ
  • How this journalist learned to sound more like herself
    Women are routinely asked and expected to modify how they speak in order to not come across as too direct or harsh, says journalist Ann Friedman. But in pursuing her life’s work, she’s found greater confidence in her professional voice and that her personal interests resonate with the female followers of the podcast she co-hosts with her best friend.
    Original Air Date: June 29, 2017
    Length: 171
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