Full Program: PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 4, 2017

Monday on the NewsHour, the United States and the world struggle with how to deal with Kim Jong Un after North Korea's most powerful nuclear test yet. Also: Clean-up continues in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Politics Monday on President Trump's plans for DACA, plus taking stock of his promises to help the American worker and remembering John Ashbery and Walter Becker.

Segments from Monday, September 4, 2017

  • PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 4, 2017
    Monday on the NewsHour, the United States and the world struggle with how to deal with Kim Jong Un after North Korea's most powerful nuclear test yet. Also: Clean-up continues in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Politics Monday on President Trump's plans for DACA, plus taking stock of his promises to help the American worker and remembering John Ashbery and Walter Becker.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 3264
    The United Nations Security Council sits to meet on North Korea after their latest missile test, at the U.N. headquarters in New York City, U.S., September 4, 2017. REUTERS/Joe Penney - RC13EB881600
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  • Walter Becker, Steely Dan rocker, dies at 67
    Steely Dan co-founder and guitarist Walter Becker died Sunday at 67. He formed Steely Dan in 1971 and introduced a unique sound in rock, with hits such as “Do it Again” and “Reeling’ in the Years.” John Yang remembers the artist.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 116
  • Knocked out by Harvey, Beaumont’s water starts to flow
    Beaumont, Texas, is among the state's cities that were hardest hit by Hurricane Harvey. John Yang talks with Beaumont Police Department Chief James Singletary for an update on restoring running water to residents and how the storm has affected the community.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 214
  • Will the end of DACA prod Congress into immigration action?
    Congress is back in session this week and gearing up for a growing September agenda. Meanwhile, there are reports that President Trump plans to end DACA in six months. Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and Stuart Rothenberg of Inside Election join John Yang to discuss the issues Congress must tackle in the next few months, plus how President Trump will navigate North Korea.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 466
  • Has Trump been a friend to American workers?
    President Trump ran on a platform of job creation and drew support from many blue-collar workers concerned about employment and stagnant wages. So how is the president doing in keeping his promise to revitalize jobs in America? William Brangham talks to New York Times contributor Steven Greenhouse about American labor in the Trump era.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 376
    President Donald Trump arrives at a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo by Joshua Roberts/Reuters
  • Remembering acclaimed poet John Ashbery
    Considered one of the country’s most influential poets, John Ashbery died Sunday at the age of 90. He was a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Jeffrey Brown revisits his conversation with Ashbery from 2007, where he spoke about his poetry and his journey from being unknown to one of the great poets of our era.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 310
  • How does North Korea’s latest test affect U.S. options?
    North Korea appears to have taken a quantum leap in its missile and nuclear programs, setting off a new test over the weekend that could be capable of threatening the U.S. mainland. The blast also set off a diplomatic fury and more South Korean military exercises. Nick Schifrin gets analysis from Robert Gallucci of Georgetown University and Balbina Hwang of Georgetown University.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 666
  • News Wrap: Harvey death toll rises to 60
    In our news wrap Monday, Texas officials have raised the death toll from Hurricane Harvey to 60 in flood-stricken Houston, as 4,700 more homes had to be evacuated after torrents were released from a swollen reservoir. Also, Hurricane Irma grew into a category 4 storm and is expected to move toward Puerto Rico and possibly South Florida by the weekend.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 244
  • As storm victims leave shelters, the most vulnerable remain
    It’s been 10 days since Hurricane Harvey made landfall and Houston’s convention center remains a refuge for many who are returning for supplies, medical help and legal aid. Special correspondent Marcia Biggs reports on how Houston residents are struggling to regain normalcy and the fear that remains among undocumented immigrants to seek shelter and assistance.
    Original Air Date: September 4, 2017
    Length: 280
  • Flooded Texas ranchers struggle to safeguard herds
    A group of cattle ranchers from an hour south of Houston weathered record-breaking rainfall from Hurricane Harvey only to have their animals go missing. Fearing the worst, the ranchers found the lost but resilient cattle, and now must work constantly to make sure they don't starve. Special correspondent Tomeka Weatherspoon of Houston Public Media reports.
    Original Air Date: September 5, 2017
    Length: 0
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