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PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Cory Booker, John Lewis speak against Sessions2017-01-13
In our news wrap Wednesday, black congressional leaders testified against Jeff Sessions, the president-elect’s nominee to be attorney general, on the second and final day of his confirmation hearings. Also, Elaine Chao, a former secretary of labor and now the choice for transportation secretary, spoke before lawmakers with her husband, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, behind her.
PBS高端访谈:How Iran's former president Rafsanjani played kingmaker and political counterweight2017-01-12
One of the founders of Iran’s Islamic Revolution died at age 82 on Sunday. Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani helped lead the 1979 uprising and went on to serve both as the powerful speaker of parliament and as the president of Iran in the 1980s. Judy Woodruff speaks with Karim Sadjadpour of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace about his influence.
PBS高端访谈:Kerry: ‘We have a problem’ if people don’t care about accountability or policy being made on Twitter2017-01-12
Outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry joined other Obama administration officials for an event Tuesday at the U.S. Institute of Peace focusing on the importance of a smooth political transition. Judy Woodruff sat down with him to ask about the Trump transition and the problems the world faces today.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Dylann Roof is first to get death sentence for federal hate crime2017-01-12
In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal jury sentenced Dylann Roof to death for the racially motivated murder of nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina. Also, nearly 40 people died in a pair of bombings near the Afghan Parliament complex in Kabul.
PBS高端访谈:In hearing, Sessions says he’ll put law above his own views2017-01-12
It’s the first day of confirmation hearings for President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet. Attorney general nominee Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions spent the day before the Senate Judiciary Committee defending his views on race and civil rights and separating himself from the president-elect’s campaign statements. Lisa Desjardins reports from Capitol Hill and joins Judy Woodruff for more.
PBS高端访谈:How Obama left his mark on the criminal justice system2017-01-12
President Obama has commuted the sentences of more federal prisoners than any other president, and he’s on track to leave far fewer federal inmates in federal prison since the 1960s. Hari Sreenivasan offers a look through the life of a former prisoner. Then William Brangham gets an assessment from Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post and former Florida attorney general Bill McCullum.
PBS高端访谈:Top intelligence officials stop short of providing evidence of Russian hacking at Senate hearing2017-01-12
The nation’s top intelligence officials appeared publically before the Senate Intelligence Committee, days after the release of a report on the alleged role of Russian influence during the presidential election. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports.
PBS高端访谈:Can a president’s farewell speech help write history?2017-01-12
President Obama will deliver a farewell address to the nation in Chicago on Tuesday evening. Why do presidents give goodbye remarks? Judy Woodruff gets historical context on past speeches and the shaping of political legacy from presidential historian Michael Beschloss and Annette Gordon-Reed of Harvard University Law School.
PBS高端访谈:Struggling schools benefit from adding arts to learning2017-01-12
At ReNEW Cultural Arts Academy, students put their multiplication tables to song, while eighth graders use the musical Hamilton to study debate. The public charter school’s curriculum is a product of a federal effort to use arts education to boost achievement in the nation’s lowest performing schools. Jeffrey Brown reports.
PBS高端访谈:Amid ethics concerns, Senate confirmation process set to begin2017-01-11
With Senate confirmation hearings set to begin this week, the independent Office of Government Ethics on Saturday expressed great concern that several cabinet nominees have not yet completed an ethics review. The Trump transition team has pushed back on those concerns, saying they politicize the process. For more on the hearings, NewsHour's Lisa Desjardins joins Hari Sreenivasan.
PBS高端访谈:Some Trump nominees missing crucial ethics paperwork as confirmation hearings begin2017-01-11
Capitol Hill will be buzzing this week as President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees answer questions in Senate hearings. But as of last weekend, some nominees hadn’t finished turning in their paperwork or cleared their ethics reviews. Democrats are calling it a rush job and have threatened to slow down the process. Lisa Desjardins sits down with Judy Woodruff for more.
PBS高端访谈:Landmark or footnote? Obamacare legacy now rests with Trump2017-01-11
When he signed the Affordable Care Act in 2010, President Obama achieved what politicians had long tried and failed to do: provide near-universal health insurance to Americans. But ever since, it’s faced unflagging Republican opposition. Special correspondent Sarah Varney of Kaiser Health News looks at the history and uncertain fate of the ACA.
PBS高端访谈:Conway says nominees’ lack of paperwork ‘no reason to delay hearings’2017-01-11
As Congress prepares for a packed week of confirmation hearings, Judy Woodruff speaks with Kellyanne Conway, senior advisor to President-elect Trump, about concerns that his nominees are being pushed through without the completion of proper paperwork. They discuss the president-elect’s plans for releasing his tax returns and the choice of his son-in-law Jared Kushner for a top White House role.
PBS高端访谈:Despite tough living conditions, kids who escaped Mosul are happy to be free2017-01-11
A refugee camp just east of Mosul was supposed to be a temporary haven for those fleeing life under the Islamic State. As winter approaches, residents are stuck living in tents under harsh conditions. Special correspondent Marcia Biggs speaks with some of the children who are still happy to be safely away from the horror and finally free to play and learn.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump son-in-law tapped for top White House role2017-01-11
In our news wrap Monday, President-elect Donald Trump announced he has chosen his son-in-law Jared Kushner to serve as senior adviser to the president, raising concerns about nepotism and potential business conflicts of interest. Also, Russia is pushing back against the U.S. intelligence report that suggested Russia meddled in U.S. the presidential campaign.
PBS高端访谈:How Democrats are preparing to challenge Trump nominees2017-01-11
What should Americans expect from this week of Trump Cabinet confirmation hearings? Judy Woodruff speaks with Susan Page of USA Today and NPR’s Tamara Keith about the forthcoming information overload, Democrats’ lack of leverage in opposing nominees, Meryl Streep’s political message at the Golden Globes, plus the stakes and expectations for President Obama’s farewell address.
PBS高端访谈:How a morning run can be the first step out of homelessness2017-01-11
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, an organization called Back On My Feet uses running as a catalyst to move people out of homelessness and into jobs.
PBS高端访谈:Should juveniles be incarcerated with adults?2017-01-10
While all states can charge juveniles as adults, often for the most serious crimes, North Carolina and New York do so for every 16- or 17-year-old, regardless of the offense. People who want to raise the age of adult responsibility in New York say that research shows a high social and economic cost of incarcerating youth. NewsHour Weekend's Ivette Feliciano reports on the debate.
PBS高端访谈:Kentucky’s Medicaid expansion under ACA could soon change2017-01-09
The Affordable Care Act has brought insurance coverage to millions of low-income Americans. But with President-elect Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress vowing to repeal the law, its future is uncertain. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Chris Bury traveled to Kentucky, a state with one of the biggest drops in uninsured residents since the law went into effect.
PBS高端访谈:Russia’s election intervention is ‘new reality, new weapon’2017-01-09
On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence will hold a meeting about the intelligence report released this week that concludes the Russian government tried to influence the U.S. election.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Brooks on Trump’s ‘disdain’ for the intelligence community2017-01-08
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the U.S. intelligence report on Russian intervention in the presidential election and its implications for American democracy and foreign policy. They also review highlights from the NewsHour’s interviews with Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry.
PBS高端访谈:What we know about the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting2017-01-08
At the Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport in Florida, a gunman killed at least five people and wounded eight others Friday before police captured him. William Brangham speaks with Feature Story News’ Steve Mort, who was at the airport soon after the attack, about what he saw in the immediate aftermath and what we know about the suspect, Esteban Santiago.
PBS高端访谈:Kerry: Syrian conflict is ‘the worst human catastrophe since World War II’2017-01-08
In our most recent interview with a top Obama administration official, Judy Woodruff sits down with Secretary of State John Kerry as the presidential transition nears. They discuss Secretary Kerry's assessment of the U.S.-Russia relationship, now that intelligence has confirmed hacking; the administration’s legacy in Syria and Israel; challenges for his successor, Rex Tillerson and more.
PBS高端访谈:Can the seafood industry get Americans to eat local fish?2017-01-08
Off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, there’s not much cod left, but there’s plenty of dogfish. It’s a creature most Americans have never heard of, much less consumed. Instead, Americans are eating imported tuna, salmon and shrimp, in a pattern that could wipe out the U.S. fishing industry. NPR News’ Allison Aubrey reports on a company that's promoting seafood caught at home.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Congress certifies election of Donald Trump2017-01-08
In our news wrap Friday, the election of Donald Trump was certified when Congress tallied the Electoral College votes. Vice President Biden presided as a number of House Democrats objected, but none had the support of a senator, which the rules require. Also, Mr. Trump disputed reports that U.S. taxpayers will pay for a wall on the Mexican border, insisting Mexico would reimburse the cost.

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