Full Program: PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 17, 2017

On this edition for Saturday, June 17, a U.S. Navy ship collides with a container ship off the coast of Japan, and a mistrial is declared in the Bill Cosby trial on sexual assault charges. Later, we talk to residents in Alabama, where the Affordable Care Act marketplace only offers one option. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

Segments from Sunday, June 18, 2017

  • After 8 years, Hawaii sees decline in homelessness rate
    Hawaii leads the nation in its rate of homelessness, which affects about 505 out of every 100,000 people there and is a major toll on its health care system. But just last month, the state announced a slight decrease in this ratio for the first time in eight years. NewsHour Weekend correspondent Megan Thompson reports on the programs that may be helping the state make progress.
    Original Air Date: June 18, 2017
    Length: 604
    A view of the Mokulua islands in Kailua Bay from U.S. President Obama's motorcade during his annual Christmas holiday vacation in Kailua
  • PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 18, 2017
    On this edition for Sunday, June 18, American sailors who went missing after a collision on a U.S. warship are confirmed dead, and a closer look at President Trump's latest financial disclosure. Later, Hawaii has one of the highest homelessness rates in the country, but is beginning to see a decline. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
    Original Air Date: June 17, 2017
    Length: 1503
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  • Dissecting Trump’s recent financial disclosure
    The White House released on Friday a portfolio of President Donald Trump’s financial holdings. It shows that the Trump Organization earned $529 million dollars over 15 months, including the first three of Trump’s presidency. Amy Brittain of the Washington Post’s investigative team joins Hari Sreenivasan to describe why Trump’s financial situation as president is unprecedented.
    Original Air Date: June 18, 2017
    Length: 245
    U.S. President Trump arriives to deliver a speech on US-Cuba relations in Miami
  • Pressure for IVF success obscures ethical issues
    In vitro fertilization has grown to a $3 billion industry in the U.S. that is responsible for more than 1 million babies. But implanting several embryos under pressure for success often obscures potential complications and added responsibilities that can come with carrying twins, triplets or more. Bernice Yeung of Reveal joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss these ethical concerns.
    Original Air Date: June 18, 2017
    Length: 214
    This illustration shows in vitro fertilization, in which a single sperm is injected into the cytoplasm of an egg. Image by Brand X Pictures and Getty Images.