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Thursday on the NewsHour, House Republicans delay a vote to repeal and replace Obamacare, a setback for President Trump. Also: Calls for an independent investigation after the House Intelligence chair goes straight to the White House, more U.S. troops on…
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch gets grilled by Senate Democrats during his confirmation hearing. Also: President Trump lobbies Republicans to vote for the revised health care replacement, new rules for passengers on flights from 10 foreign…
Friday on the NewsHour, southeastern states prepare for Hurricane Matthew. Also: the U.S. formally charges Russia with hacking, this year’s Nobel Peace Prize recipient, rebuilding a city destroyed in the fight against ISIS, a video shows Donald Trump making lewd…
Thursday on the NewsHour, the city of Charlotte waits to see what will happen next in the investigation of a police shooting. Also: Diminishing hopes for Syria’s cease-fire, what Donald Trump would do on Day 1 of his presidency, examining…
Wednesday on the NewsHour, we debate President Obama's expected executive action on immigration. Also: What's next for NSA reform, arming school administrators as a defense against shootings, escalating media attention for rape allegations against Bill Cosby, a look at the…
On this edition, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns that Israel's operations in Gaza might not end soon. Later, in our signature segment, the theft of valuable metal is increasingly becoming more common, which is putting more people in danger.
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