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Layla Quran is a general assignment producer for PBS NewsHour. She was previously a foreign affairs reporter and producer.
The debate over gun control in America often centers around firearms production and distribution. But in recent years gun company marketing techniques have come under scrutiny, as major manufacturers seek out a new and arguably vulnerable audience. Paul Solman has…
Problems with the global supply chain have impacted nearly every sector of the economy. Now Americans preparing to celebrate Independence Day may find increased prices on the fireworks aisle, or their cities canceling fireworks displays altogether. Stephanie Sy has the…
In light of the leaked Supreme Court opinion that would reverse the landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, the country faces the prospect of a future where abortion will no longer be legal nationwide. Amna Nawaz spoke to women…
President Biden is halfway through a five-day trip to South Korea and Japan in an effort to expand American influence and rebuild economic ties in a region where China and North Korea’s power remains significant. In Seoul Saturday, he and…
With the U.S. marking the tragic milestone of 1 million lives lost from COVID-19, we wanted to pause to acknowledge this immense, collective loss and remember just some of the Americans who have perished from the virus since the pandemic…
There’s been an unusually early start to the fire season this year, with blazes already burning for weeks in the southwest, mainly in Arizona and New Mexico. The nation’s largest wildfire continues to rage in New Mexico near Santa Fe…
The wedding industry is up and running again as more people are vaccinated and couples have rescheduled their canceled plans due to COVID. But the return of weddings is also highlighting the lack of services catered to people of color…
In the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion striking down Roe v. Wade, Justice Samuel Alito writes that the nation has had an “unbroken tradition” of criminalizing abortion. But as John Yang reports, the history is much more complicated.
Prices in the U.S. are climbing at their fastest rates in 40 years, up more than 8 percent from 2021. But for many families across the country that number is more than a data point. We take a look at…
The month marks the holy month of Ramadan, a time of fasting and prayer for millions of Muslims in the United States. But it can also bring challenges for students and parents trying to navigate school and religious observance. NewsHour’s…
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