By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 29, the partial government shutdown enters its second weekend, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen continues her tour of facilities along the border after the deaths of two young children in U.S. custody, and the…
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 10, wildfires rage in northern and southern California, forcing tens of thousands to flee, and the vote count continues across several states where key races are too close to call. Also, a home built…
On this edition for Sunday, Sept. 30, President Trump holds a campaign rally as the FBI begins a probe into his U.S. Supreme Court nominee, and the private information that Facebook users have no control over. Also, the clock is…
On this edition for Saturday, Sept. 29, the FBI begins an investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and a global education program turns 50. Also, a rare look at Libya, where the Islamic State is regrouping and staking its…
On this edition for Sunday, May 20, the first funeral is held for a victim of the Santa Fe High School shooting, and how midwives in Memphis are addressing the racial divide in maternal care. Also, Trump paints a conspiratorial…
On this edition for Saturday, May 19, authorities continue to investigate the Santa Fe school shooting in Texas that killed 10 people, and a sermon at the royal wedding invokes Martin Luther King Jr. Also, a look at severe malnutrition…
Friday on the NewsHour, a interview with a top State Department official who traveled to North Korea with Secretary Mike Pompeo. Also: President Trump's plan to curb the cost of prescription drugs, Iranians respond to the U.S. withdrawal from the…
Monday on the NewsHour, Rudy Giuliani says President Trump could defy the Mueller investigation. Also: Trump aides accused of trying to dig up dirt about Obama officials, setbacks for efforts in reconciliation in the Balkans, the science behind Hawaii's erupting…
Friday on the NewsHour, North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un steps over the border into South Korea to meet his counterpart in a historic meeting. Also: The plight of Rohingya refugees, a caravan of asylum-seekers at the U.S. border, Mark…
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