• Biden begins a week of diplomacy, pledges 500 million vaccine doses to poorer countries

    Biden begins a week of diplomacy, pledges 500 million vaccine doses to poorer countries

    Jun 10, 2021 10:55 PM EDT

    ... the same page when it comes to making sure that peace in Ireland is preserved. So that's one place to watch as this all continues. Judy Woodruff: So many issues to follow. Yamiche Alcindor reporting on it all for the president's trip into next week. Yamiche, thank you.

  • Biden to reengage with allies and meet adversaries in first overseas trip as president

    Biden to reengage with allies and meet adversaries in first overseas trip as president

    Jun 09, 2021 10:55 PM EDT

    ... saying that he's there to talk frankly to Vladimir Putin. So there's real expectations on that front. Judy Woodruff: And we heard some of that just a few moments ago. Yamiche Alcindor, who will be covering all of President Biden's trip into next week. Thank you, Yamiche.

  • Why Black women face a triple threat from breast cancer

    Why Black women face a triple threat from breast cancer

    Jun 03, 2021 10:30 PM EDT

    ... this is going to happen to me, then I can too beat it. People don't believe it, but, like, it makes me smile to see that little old me can motivate you to care about yourself more. Yamiche Alcindor: For the "PBS NewsHour" in Washington, I'm Yamiche Alcindor.

  • Haiti endures an ‘assault on democracy’ as Moise clings to power

    Haiti endures an ‘assault on democracy’ as Moise clings to power

    Jun 02, 2021 10:25 PM EDT

    Yamiche Alcindor: Talk to me about February -- the arrests on February 7. There are people who say those people are political prisoners. I know that they're also accused, of course, of planning a coup d'etat. What do you make of people who say they're political prisoners? Bocchit ...

  • Biden makes history with Tulsa visit, pledges to tackle racial wealth gap

    Biden makes history with Tulsa visit, pledges to tackle racial wealth gap

    Jun 01, 2021 10:50 PM EDT

    ... debt with only executive action. That is a question still hanging in the air. So, student loans is really top of mind. And the president did not deal with that today.Judy Woodruff: Yamiche Alcindor reporting on President Biden visit to Tulsa today. Thank you, Yamiche. Yamiche Alcindor: Thank you.

  • As COVID restrictions ease, here's how the country marked Memorial Day

    As COVID restrictions ease, here's how the country marked Memorial Day

    May 31, 2021 10:55 PM EDT

    ... white community continued to prosper. The Black community did not. For decades, massacre survivors and their descendants sought compensation for their losses from city government and insurance companies, to no avail. Yamiche Alcindor: You can watch the full documentary, "Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten," tonight on your PBS station.

  • How a racist white mob ruined 'Black Wall Street' 100 years ago

    How a racist white mob ruined 'Black Wall Street' 100 years ago

    May 31, 2021 10:45 PM EDT

    ... white community continued to prosper. The Black community did not. For decades, massacre survivors and their descendants sought compensation for their losses from city government and insurance companies, to no avail. Yamiche Alcindor: You can watch the full documentary, "Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten," tonight on your PBS station.

  • Tulsa's Black community still waiting for 'atonement, repair and respect'

    Tulsa's Black community still waiting for 'atonement, repair and respect'

    May 31, 2021 10:40 PM EDT

    ... to college that I learned about it. And, again, we think that is shameful.Yamiche Alcindor: Well, thank you so much, Tiffany Crutcher, an activist in Tulsa whose brother was killed by the police. I really appreciate you joining us. Tiffany Crutcher: Thank you so much, Yamiche, for having me.

  • Biden's proposed budget plan could be the largest since World War II. Here's what's in it

    Biden's proposed budget plan could be the largest since World War II. Here's what's in it

    May 27, 2021 10:55 PM EDT

    ... deal that is separate from this, that this is really still going to be a very contentious fight, but they're hoping that this budget, at least in large part, is passed. Judy Woodruff: All right, Yamiche Alcindor following it today for us at the White House. Thank you, Yamiche.

  • In St. Louis, changing a history of violence 'has to be grassroots' but can't end there

    In St. Louis, changing a history of violence 'has to be grassroots' but can't end there

    May 25, 2021 10:56 PM EDT

    ... We have to bring all the people to the table, because our destinies are linked and shared, and we have to address this as such. Yamiche Alcindor: But in the years since Michael Brown's death, police killings in St. Louis haven't gone down. One report says that, of ...