Full Program: PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode May 13, 2017

On this edition for Saturday, May 13, the search begins to replace former FBI director James Comey and countries around the world investigate Friday's ransomware attack. Later, learn how the small African country of Djibouti has become an important location for international military bases. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

Segments from Monday, May 15, 2017

  • When should the government reveal cyber flaws to companies?
    If the government can detect that there is a hole in a company's software that makes it vulnerable to attack, do they have an obligation to tell that company, even if it gives away the government's tool for conducting surveillance? William Brangham speaks with Eric Geller of POLITICO about that tension and what consumers need to know when it comes to cybersecurity and how to protect themselves.
    Original Air Date: May 15, 2017
    Length: 316
  • Is White House drama hurting Trump’s agenda?
    Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR join Judy Woodruff to examine how tumultuous news -- like the firing of FBI Director James Comey or a report released Monday by The Washington Post that President Trump may have shared classified information with Russian officials during a White House meeting -- affects the future of the Trump administration’s agenda.
    Original Air Date: May 15, 2017
    Length: 465
  • Latest North Korean missile test shows new design expertise
    North Korea tested a new intermediate-range missile Sunday, claiming it can now hit U.S. bases in the Pacific with a nuclear warhead. What does this breakthrough mean for the North Korea’s nuclear capabilities? Judy Woodruff speaks with Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies about the heightened threat.
    Original Air Date: May 15, 2017
    Length: 318
  • What happens when Tunisian-born ISIS fighters return home
    As the Islamic State group faces serious losses in Syria and Iraq, some foreign fighters are returning home. Many come from Tunisia, which has a fragile democracy and very real security concerns. What fate do they face, and what does their return mean for the country and their families? Jeffrey Brown reports from Tunis.
    Original Air Date: May 15, 2017
    Length: 528
  • Trump expands foreign aid limits over abortion services
    President Trump majorly expanded the so-called "Mexico City policy" -- or as critics call it, the "gag rule" -- in a new executive order Monday. The rule has blocked international assistance to any programs that mention or provide abortions. In the past, the policy has affected about $600 million in funding; today's expansion will affect $9 billion. Reuters' Yeganeh Torbati joins William Brangham.
    Original Air Date: May 15, 2017
    Length: 375
  • News Wrap: White House interviews FBI director candidates
    In our news wrap Monday, President Trump announced the White House is “moving rapidly” to replace former FBI director James Comey. At least eight candidates were interviewed over the weekend. Also, the United Nations is nearly doubling its appeal for humanitarian aid in South Sudan, a country facing brutal civil war and famine.
    Original Air Date: May 15, 2017
    Length: 252
  • Report: Trump revealed highly classified material
    The Washington Post reported Monday that President Trump may have jeopardized a secret source of intelligence regarding the Islamic State group by discussing highly sensitive information during a White House meeting with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador last week. Judy Woodruff speaks with The Washington Post’s Greg Jaffe, one of the reporters who helped break the story.
    Original Air Date: May 15, 2017
    Length: 312
    File photo of White House by Zach Gibson/Reuters
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