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PBS高端访谈:How an undocumented mother’s deportation mobilized activists in Arizona2017-02-11
In Arizona, President Trump’s broadened deportation program hit home. The detention of a 35-year-old mother of two who has lived in the U.S. illegally for decades sparked protests overnight, as activists barred entrances to the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement building. Daniel González of The Arizona Republic gives Judy Woodruff the latest on last night’s demonstrations.
PBS高端访谈:Inside Steve Bannon’s ‘weaponized’ political documentaries2017-02-11
Steve Bannon, chief strategist to President Trump, has also worked extensively in the film world, including writing and directing documentaries on the global financial crisis, alleged corruption in the Clinton Foundation and what he sees as the rise of a violent and radical Islam. Jeffrey Brown speaks with with The Washington Post’s Ann Hornaday and Matea Gold on Bannon’s past work.
PBS高端访谈:What happens when the zoo has a snow day2017-02-11
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, we peek in on Portland’s Oregon Zoo, and learn how both animals and zookeepers cope with snowstorms.
PBS高端访谈:Paul Ryan on working with Trump, Russia sanctions and GOP goals2017-02-10
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan sits down with Judy Woodruff for an extended interview. They discuss Ryan’s relationship with President Trump, why he would never support a Muslim ban, finding common purpose with Steve Bannon, why he thinks restarting a relationship with Russia won't work, plus Republican plans for tax reform, health care, infrastructure and more.
PBS高端访谈:Silenced by the Senate, Elizabeth Warren explains why she opposes Jeff Sessions2017-02-10
Partisan tensions came to a head on Tuesday over the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren was chastised and officially silenced after reading out loud a decades-old letter by the widow of Martin Luther King Jr. that called Sessions' record on race reprehensible. Lisa Desjardins reports and Audie Cornish interviews Warren.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump urges judges considering immigration ban to 'do what's right'2017-02-10
In our news wrap Wednesday, President Trump escalated his war of words with the federal judges considering challenges to his immigration order, saying even if you were a bad student in high school, you can understand this. Also, newly confirmed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos used her first day on the job to appeal to department staffers for unity.
PBS高端访谈:Cancer immunotherapy has life-saving powers -- and limits2017-02-10
For some patients, the body’s own natural immune system is being used to fight their cancer. Meet a woman who has lived years past her doctors’ prognosis, thanks to the emerging field of immunotherapy. Then Hari Sreenivasan discusses the promise and limits of the treatment with Matt Richtel of The New York Times and Jeff Bluestone, director of the UCSF Hormone Research Institute.
PBS高端访谈:Massive ice shelf break forces Antarctic researchers to evacuate2017-02-10
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, British researchers have monitored changes in the world’s atmosphere from a remote lab in Antarctica for more than 60 years. Now, for the first time the state-of-the-art facility will close -- at least temporarily -- after a nearly 30-mile long crack opened up on the ice shelf.
PBS高端访谈:How Betsy DeVos could reshape national education policy2017-02-09
The Senate confirmed Betsy DeVos as as education secretary Tuesday, but not without significant political division and an outpouring of public opposition. Audie Cornish talks with Lisa Desjardins about the confirmation battle that DeVos faced, then discusses what her confirmation means for policymakers and schools with Emma Brown of The Washington Post.
PBS高端访谈:Fact-check: Are terror attacks underreported by the media?2017-02-09
President Trump and his team have repeatedly said that the news media either ignores or pays less attention to terrorist incidents, prompting White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to release a list of past attacks. Judy Woodruff speaks with Philip Bump of The Washington Post to fact-check the accuracy of those claims, and to examine the possible strategy behind Spicer’s list.
PBS高端访谈:Children of color with autism face disparities of care and isolation2017-02-09
African-American children are often diagnosed with autism at older ages than white children, missing years of potential intervention and treatment. Special correspondent John Donvan and producer Karen Zucker meet a black family who struggled to find community and resources for their son with autism, but are now helping others who need answers and support.
PBS高端访谈:Tracing the roots of the America's biggest domestic terror attack2017-02-09
The 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing was the largest act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history. A new documentary on the PBS series American Experience takes a fresh look at the events and motivations that led to the attack by Timothy McVeigh, and finds resonance for today. Jeffrey Brown interviews director Barak Goodman.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump vows to keep fighting in court for travel ban2017-02-09
In our news wrap Tuesday, President Trump vowed to keep fighting for his executive order that temporarily stopped citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. That order was headed for appeals court after being blocked by a federal judge on Friday. Also, Labor Secretary nominee Andrew Puzder acknowledged he once had an undocumented immigrant as a housekeeper.
PBS高端访谈:Amnesty documents 'human slaughterhouse' in Assad's Syria2017-02-09
Somewhere between 5,000 and 13,000 people were tortured and executed at one Syrian military prison between 2011 and 2015, according to Amnesty International. A new report alleges that officials at the high level of government approved the killings. William Brangham discusses the disturbing details and larger implications with Amnesty’s Sunjeev Bery.
PBS高端访谈:How both sides see the legal challenge on Trump’s travel ban2017-02-08
A Constitutional showdown is underway over President Trump’s controversial executive order on immigration. In Seattle, a federal judge issued a temporary halt to Trump’s travel ban, resulting in an appeal from the Justice Department. John Yang gets two takes on the legal arguments from Washington state Attorney General Robert Ferguson and Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump visits CENTCOM, defends travel ban2017-02-08
In our news wrap Monday, President Trump spoke about radical Islamic terror attacks on his first visit to U.S. Central Command, where he also criticized the press. On Twitter, he attacked the judge who halted key provisions of his travel ban. Also, in a showdown over nominee Betsy DeVos, Senate Democrats said they planned to hold the Senate floor overnight until tomorrow's confirmation vote.
PBS高端访谈:With Super Bowl win, New England Patriots score an amazing comeback2017-02-08
Football fans who went to bed early on Super Bowl Sunday probably assumed the Atlanta Falcons had it wrapped up. But the New England Patriots made a historic comeback, forcing the game into overtime and scoring the winning touchdown. Jeffrey Brown talks with Mike Pesca, host of Slate's The Gist podcast, about why the team’s fifth Super Bowl win had special significance.
PBS高端访谈:Is the Trump administration struggling to get up to speed?2017-02-08
Little more than two weeks into President Trump’s administration, there are reports of early struggles behind the scenes for the president and his staff. Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report, NPR's Tamara Keith and Glenn Thrush of The New York Times join John Yang to discuss the inner workings of the White House and the lag in hiring and confirmations for the Trump administration.
PBS高端访谈:Diving into the deep ocean to find hope for threatened coral reefs2017-02-08
A third of the planet’s coral reef ecosystems are at risk of being damaged by warming sea temperatures and subsequent coral bleaching. Is it possible for these sea creatures to survive and adapt? NewsHour’s science producer Nsikan Akpan and producer Matt Ehrichs investigate this question on a voyage deep below the Atlantic Ocean.
PBS高端访谈:Does this Obamacare experiment offer significant savings?2017-02-08
One of the goals of the Affordable Care Act was to develop organizations that offer doctors and hospitals a deal: In exchange for more efficient care for Medicare recipients, providers receive a share of the savings as a bonus. Now that ACOs have become embedded in the health care system, are they really working? Special correspondent Jackie Judd reports.
PBS高端访谈:Employers can use FBI database for real-time background checks2017-02-07
Employers enrolled in federal and state Rap Back programs receive ongoing, real-time updates about their employees even after they are hired. They can keep tabs on things like encounters with law enforcement, even if those actions do not result in arrests, according to a report by The Intercept by Ava Kofman. Kofman joins Hari Sreenivasan with more details.
PBS高端访谈:Allentown Syrians divided on Trump travel ban2017-02-07
Allentown, Pennsylvania and surrounding Lehigh County are home to around 4,200 residents of Syrian descent -- one of the largest Syrian communities in the nation. They began arriving a century ago, with dozens more pouring in after the start of the Syrian civil war. NewsHour Weekend Correspondent Megan Thompson traveled to the region to report on their views of President Donald Trump’s immigration ban.
PBS高端访谈:A look at the first two weeks of Trump’s presidency2017-02-07
More than two weeks into his term, President Donald Trump has raised questions among some GOP members about his Republican beliefs and attacked a federal judge in Seattle over a ruling about Trump’s immigrant ban. To help analyze the latest political developments in the new administration, NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield joins Hari Sreenivasan.
PBS高端访谈:After court rulings, Syrian refugees board flights to U.S.2017-02-07
Together, Syria’s immediate neighbors of Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan host the majority of Syrian refugees who have fled their war-torn homeland in the past six years. During the last 24 hours, refugees with approved visas to come to the U.S. have started boarding flights again. Reporter Jane Arraf in Jordan’s capital Amman joins Hari Sreenivasan via Skype.
PBS高端访谈:Trump’s immigrant ban could lead to U.S. Supreme Court2017-02-07
One federal appeals court has weighed in on the Trump administration’s immigration ban, and should another appeals court in another region of the country offer a competing view, it could send the debate to the U.S. Supreme Court. To discuss the legal ramifications of the immigration ban, University of Texas Law School Professor Steve Vladeck joins Hari Sreenivasan.