Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump and Democratic leaders negotiate the future of the nation's "dreamers." Also: A slow recovery after Irma, the strange story of hearing loss for U.S. diplomats in Cuba gets weirder, how big tech companies shape…

Tuesday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Irma leaves flooding and more than half of Florida without power as recovery begins. Also: Rep. Mark Meadows on the divisions in the Republican Party, the latest in the Russian election meddling investigation, combating Lyme…

Monday on the NewsHour, Irma batters Florida, leaving millions without power and a growing tally of damage from high winds and flooding. Also: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on the opioid epidemic and lessons from superstorm Sandy, refugees in desperate…

Friday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Irma plows ahead toward Florida, forcing mass evacuations. Also: A powerful earthquake hits Mexico, a look at the massive Equifax breach, wildfires blaze throughout the Western U.S., Shields and Gerson analyze the week's news, Dale…

Thursday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Irma cuts a devastating and deadly course through the Caribbean, heading for Florida. Also: Sen. Richard Durbin on President Trump making deals with Democrats, why you should care about the debt ceiling debate, one woman's…

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Irma, the most powerful Atlantic storm ever recorded, takes aim at Florida. Also: President Trump complicates a packed to-do list for Republicans, the political divide on immigration, using technology to reduce traffic jams and new…

Tuesday on the NewsHour, the Trump administration plans to end DACA, the immigration program that permitted undocumented young people to stay in the U.S. Also: The South Korean response to North Korea's nuclear threat, the ongoing aftermath of Harvey's devastation,…

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