While conflicts about immigration policies and safety are at the core of the showdown over President Trump’s proposed border wall, private property owners, environmentalists and other groups are raising other issues, too. Texas Tribune reporter Julián Aguilar joins Hari Sreenivasan…
By Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
The rules that govern recreational marine fishing in the U.S. will get an overhaul due to a new law passed by Congress, and the country’s millions of anglers and the groups that stake their livelihoods on them hope the changes…
By Aya Batrawy, Associated Press
Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said Sunday that major oil producers need to do better to narrow swings in prices that dip below $60 a barrel and rise above $86.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Sen. Lindsey Graham says he encouraged Trump Sunday to reopen the government for a period of weeks to try to negotiate a deal with Democrats. But the South Carolina Republican said Trump wants a deal first.
By Felicia Fonseca
The pain is especially deep in tribal communities with high rates of poverty and unemployment, where one person often supports an extended family.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 12, the partial government shutdown enters day 22, making it the longest on record. Also, the ongoing court battle that is leaving many transgender people serving in the U.S. military uncertain of their future.
By Ivette Feliciano
U.S. Supreme Court cases involving the discrimination of trans people, either by banning them from the military or firing them because of their sex, have much more at stake than is often perceived. Chase Strangio, an attorney at ACLU’s LGBT…
By Megan Thompson, Melanie Saltzman
A recent documentary "TransMilitary," follows four trans troops in their military journeys as the federal government flip-flops on whether they should be banned. As the battle over the ban continues in federal courts, NewsHour Weekend's Megan Thompson talks to a…
By PBS NewsHour
With talks breaking down and no sign of compromise, the partial government shutdown became the longest in U.S. history on Saturday, at 22 days. President Trump continued to blame Democrats for a “massive humanitarian crisis” at the border and Democrats…
By Hamza Hendawi, Associated Press
As violent anti-government protests enter their fourth week, Sudan appears headed toward political paralysis, with drawn-out unrest across much of the country and a fractured opposition without a clear idea of what to do if the country’s leader of 29…
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