PBS NewsHour

Thursday, August 1, 2013

08/01/2013 | 54m 43s

Tonight on the program, we examine Russia's decision to grant Edward Snowden temporary asylum from the U.S. and the reluctance by both countries to upset diplomacy. Also: A look into "word for word" collection by the NSA, if the rebel offense in Syria may be a little too late, a look back at the FBI era under Robert Mueller, and Senators McCaskill and Ayotte talk military sexual assault.

Aired: 08/01/13

Expired: 01/01/70

Rating: NR

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