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PBS NewsHour

Here are the shows you should be watching on TV this summer

We talked to Sonia Saraiya of Variety and Eric Deggans of NPR about binge-worthy shows.

Here are the shows you should be watching on TV this summer

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Israel and the Arab world, 50 years after the 6-Day War

PBS NewsHour

Israel and the Arab world, 50 years after the 6-Day War

Former NewsHour correspondent Terence Smith reflects on his coverage of the Six-Day War.

Israel and the Arab world, 50 years after the 6-Day War

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Meet the women who are taking a stand in Trump country

PBS NewsHour

Meet the women who are taking a stand in Trump country

A growing number of women have been taking a stand against the president and his policies.

Meet the women who are taking a stand in Trump country

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Putting Trump's claims about the Paris accord in context

PBS NewsHour

Putting Trump's claims about the Paris accord in context

Trump gave several reasons why he thought the Paris climate accord was a bad idea.

Putting Trump's claims about the Paris accord in context

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Shields and Brooks on Trump’s climate pact consequences

PBS NewsHour

Shields and Brooks on Trump’s climate pact consequences

Mark Shields and David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news.

Shields and Brooks on Trump’s climate pact consequences

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour U.S. withdrawal from Paris pact sets off chorus of protest

PBS NewsHour

U.S. withdrawal from Paris pact sets off chorus of protest

Trump administration defends Paris pullout amid outpouring of support for the climate pact

U.S. withdrawal from Paris pact sets off chorus of protest

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What the May jobs report means for the economy

PBS NewsHour

What the May jobs report means for the economy

The unemployment rate dropped from 4.4 percent to 4.3 percent last month.

What the May jobs report means for the economy

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