PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode February 1, 2020

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode February 1, 2020

>>Sreenivasan: ON THIS EDITION FOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1…>>WE ARE ADJOURNED.>>Sreenivasan: …THE SENATE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL DRAWS TO AN END; BREXIT IS OFFICIAL AS BRITAIN CHARTS A NEW COURSE; AND IN OUR “FUTURE OF FOOD” SERIES, A LOOK AT HOW TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IS HELPING TO FEED DISPLACED SYRIANS. NEXT ON PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.>>PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND IS […]

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Nigeria hits polio milestone as the world eyes eradication

Nigeria hits polio milestone as the world eyes eradication

>>Sreenivasan: THERE ARE THREE STRAINS OF THE CRIPPLING AND SOMETIMES DEADLY POLIO VIRUS. THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION HAS DECLARED TWO OF THEM ERADICATED. AND THE THIRD IS ON THE RUN. NEWSHOUR WEEKEND SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT BENEDICT MORAN AND VIDEO JOURNALIST JORGEN SAMSO HAVE OUR STORY FROM NIGERIA.>>Reporter: IN THIS TOWN ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF ABUJA, THE […]

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode January 12, 2019

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode January 12, 2019

>>Sreenivasan: ON THIS EDITION FOR SUNDAY, JANUARY 12: THE ADMINISTRATION DEFENDS U.S. DRONE ATTACKS. HOUSE DEMOCRATS PREPARE TO DELIVER IMPEACHMENT ARTICLES THIS WEEK. AND IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT: THE SOUNDS OF SINGER CONCHA BUIKA. NEXT ON “PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.”>>PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND IS MADEPOSSIBLE BY:BERNARD AND IRENE SCHWARTZ.SUE AND EDGAR WACHENHEIM III.THE CHERYL AND PHILIP MILSTEINFAMILY.ROSALIND […]

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PBS NewsHour full episode Dec 19, 2019

PBS NewsHour full episode Dec 19, 2019

JOHN YANG: Good evening. I’m John Yang. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: REP. NANCY PELOSI (D-CA): Our founders, when they wrote the Constitution, they suspected that there could be a rogue president. I don’t think they suspected that we could have a rogue president and a rogue leader in the Senate at […]

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode December 21, 2019

>>Alcindor: ON THIS EDITION FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21:>>ARTICLE I IS ADPOTED.>>Alcindor: AN HISTORIC IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT AND A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN AVERTED; NATIONWIDE PROTESTS IN INDIA OVER A NEW CITIZENSHIP LAW; AND DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES DEVAL PATRICK AND JULIAN CASTRO. NEXT ON PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.>>PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND IS MADEPOSSIBLE BY:BERNARD AND IRENE SCHWARTZ.SUE AND EDGAR […]

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PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec 18, 2019

JOHN YANG: Good evening. I’m John Yang. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: REP. NANCY PELOSI (D-CA): It is tragic that the president’s reckless actions make impeachment necessary. He gave us no choice. JOHN YANG: A day for history. For only the third time since the country’s founding, the House takes up a […]

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News Wrap: Appeals court strikes down ACA individual mandate

News Wrap: Appeals court strikes down ACA individual mandate

JOHN YANG: There is other news tonight. A federal appeals court struck down part of Obamacare today, but it stopped short of throwing out the entire law. The three-judge panel in New Orleans today agreed with a lower court in Texas that the individual mandate to buy health insurance is unconstitutional. Congress had already gutted […]

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode December 15, 2019

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode December 15, 2019

>>Sreenivasan: ON THIS EDITION FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15: THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PREPARES FOR A HISTORIC VOTE THIS WEEK. AND IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT, A RETURN TO RIACE, ITALY: ONCE A WELCOME HAVEN FOR MIGRANTS, NOW THE GLOBAL VILLAGE IS PRACTICALLY VACANT. NEXT ON PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.FROM THE TISCH WNET STUDIOS ATLINCOLN CENTER IN NEW […]

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News Wrap: House opens debate on bill to lower prescription drug costs

News Wrap: House opens debate on bill to lower prescription drug costs

In the day’s other news: Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives begin work this evening on approving two articles of impeachment against President Trump. The Judiciary Committee will consider two separate accusations of abuse of power and obstruction of justice. Committee votes could come tomorrow, sending the articles to the full House for possible […]

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On World AIDS Day, a look at treatment advances and health inequalities

>>Stewart: TODAY MARKS WORLD AIDS DAY, AND WHILE THERE HAS BEEN SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS IN MEDICAL TREATMENT AND MANAGEMENT FOR THE NEARLY 38 MILLION PEOPLE GLOBALLY WHO LIVE WITH THE VIRUS, AN ESTIMATED 1.7 MILLION PEOPLE WERE NEWLY INFECTED LAST YEAR. CELESTE WATKINS-HAYES IS A PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES AT NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY AND […]

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