PBS,全称:Public Broadcasting Service,(美国公共电视网,也称公共广播协会或美国公共电视台),是美国的一个公共电视机构,由354个加盟电视台组成,成立于1969年,总部位于维吉尼亚州阿灵顿县;旨在运用非商业电视、因特网与其它媒体所提供的高质量节目与教育服务,去丰富人民生活,并达到媒体告知(inform)、启发(inspire)与愉悦(delight)的社会责任。

PBS高端访谈:More parity in the women’s game provides fierce competition for U.S. in World Cup2015-07-06
The Women’s World Cup is in full swing, and the U. S. pulled off a crucial 1-0 victory against Nigeria Tuesday night. With the win, they advances to the elimination round of the competition. Judy Woodruff speaks to USA Today columnist Nancy Armour about what’s next for the team.
PBS高端访谈:Is the world’s fresh water supply running out?2015-07-06
Recent studies have found that humans are using up water at a faster rate than it is being replenished. Judy Woodruff talks to James S. Famiglietti, a professor of Earth system science and civil and environmental engineering at the University of California, Irvine, about what this dwindling supply of freshwater means, and whether we should be concerned about it.
PBS高端访谈:Are ex-cons being unfairly barred from jobs? ‘Ban the Box’ proponents say yes2015-07-06
For many ex-felons, finding employment can be hard, even well after they have served their debt to society. As part of our series Broken Justice, William Brangham looks at Ban the Box, a movement that aims to make it easier for those with a criminal background to find employment. Former inmate Daryl Atkinson and Beth Milito of the National Federation of Small Business debate the movement.
PBS高端访谈:How will the healthcare subsidies decision affect everyday Americans?2015-07-06
The Supreme Court is expected to rule on healthcare subsidies soon. As the country awaits the decision, NewsHour interviewed people who would be personally affected by the ruling, and Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News answers their concerns.
PBS高端访谈:Migrant laborers worked to death as Qatar builds for World Cup2015-07-06
Qatar is set to be the site of the 2022 Men’s World Cup, and it is rapidly building the infrastructure needed to host the event. But for many of the migrant workers, this has proved to be a fatal endeavor, as the conditions are so harsh they are costing laborers their lives.
PBS高端访谈:Will development help or hurt Cuba’s iconic architecture?2015-07-06
Havana is known as a city frozen in time -- and much of that is attributed to its architecture. However, many old buildings lack plumbing, electricity and infrastructure. Now, with Cuban-American relations improving, will these buildings be renovated, or will an inflow of global businesses ruin the country’s unique atmosphere?
PBS高端访谈:Why does almost half of America’s food go to waste?2015-07-06
Roughly 40 percent of food produced in America never makes it to the table. Whether it rots in the field, is trashed at the supermarket, or thrown out at home, NPR’s Allison Aubrey looks at why good food is being discarded, and what can be done to prevent it.
PBS高端访谈:Can 'neighborhoods of last resort' be lifted out of poverty?2015-07-06
Across America, more and more Americans are living in whats known as concentrated poverty, which can perpetuate the cycle of poverty for generations. The City of Atlanta has long struggled to find solutions for its areas of concentrated poverty. But one neighborhood, East Lake, has become a national model for its approach. NewsHours Megan Thompson reports.
PBS高端访谈:Author poses as IS recruit to understand world of jihad2015-07-06
In the new book In the Skin of a Jihadist, a journalist goes undercover to understand the mind of a terrorist and his recruitment techniques. The author, whose identity has been hidden to protect her safety, speaks with Hari Sreenivasan in New York.
PBS高端访谈:After a historic week, what lies ahead for the Supreme Court?2015-07-06
After a dramatic week at the Supreme Court, there are still three cases to be decided. Justices will rule on environmental regulations, redistricting and lethal injection. Chief Washington correspondent for The National Law Journal Marcia Coyle joins Hari Sreenivasan from Washington with analysis on the decisions made and cases that lie ahead.
PBS高端访谈:Study: Arrests for alleged ISIS supporters on the rise in the U.S.2015-07-06
Monday marks the first full year since ISIS declared the Caliphate -- an Islamic State -- part of the justification for its terror campaign across the Middle East. A new study from Fordham University has uncovered an increase in the number of Americans arrested for allegedly supporting ISIS. The Director of Fordhams Center on National Security, Karen Greenberg, joins Hari Sreenivasan with more.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Gerson on Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision2015-07-05
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson join Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the weeks news, including the historic Supreme Court overturning state bans on same-sex marriage, the Courts ruling preserving the Affordable Care Act and the growing movement to remove the Confederate flag symbols from public spaces in South Carolina.
PBS高端访谈:Some big liberal wins, but it’s still a conservative court2015-07-05
From legalizing gay marriage to upholding the Affordable Care Act, the Supreme Court has just finished up a momentous term. Jeffrey Brown speaks to Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal, Joan Biskupic of Reuters and Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog. com about the high-profile liberal victories this term, the colorful rhetoric used in justices dissents and what big cases to expect next year.
PBS高端访谈:Greece’s Tsipras urges defiance after creditors reject late offer2015-07-05
The scene in Greece has become one of desperation and chaos after the country defaulted on its bailout debt, and European creditors rebuffed a late request by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Athens on how tensions are flaring over tight limits on banking and pensions, and the upcoming referendum on Greeces fate and Tsipras political future.
PBS高端访谈:Teachers tap into brain science to boost learning2015-07-05
Research on the brain and how we think and act is influencing the way some teachers teach. Special correspondent John Tulenko of Learning Matters goes into a classroom where the instructor uses different methods to engage different parts of the students brains, then checks with a neuroscientist about whether that strategy actually works.
PBS高端访谈:IS militants launch coordinated assault on Egyptian forces2015-07-05
Islamic State militants and Egyptian troops clashed for hours in the Northern Sinai Peninsula. The lengthy battle began after the militants launched a massive, coordinated assault. Judy Woodruff learns more from Yara Bayoumy of Reuters.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Justice Department investigating major airlines2015-07-04
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Department of Justice has launched an investigation into whether major airlines have been colluding to keep fares high. Also, the U. S. and Cuba will be reopening embassies in each others countries for the first time in more than 50 years.
PBS高端访谈:What’s next for Obamacare coverage and cost?2015-07-04
Since the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, whats next for ensuring the health of the health reform law? Judy Woodruff speaks to Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell about its successes and what can be improved.
PBS高端访谈:The unfolding detective story of dwarf planet Ceres2015-07-04
NASAs Dawn spacecraft set out in 2007 to explore Ceres and Vesta, the two largest objects in our solar systems asteroid belt. What has Dawn discovered so far? Judy Woodruff sits down with NewsHours senior online editor Jenny Marder, who recently visited the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to explore Dawns mission and the mysteries of Ceres.
PBS高端访谈:What new overtime pay rules mean for workers and employers2015-07-04
President Obama is calling for a substantial expansion of whos eligible to earn overtime pay. His proposal would the lift the salary cap to $50,000 for all workers, even managers and executives. But many businesses have said the presidents idea will backfire. Judy Woodruff talks to Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez about the plan and the opposition.
PBS高端访谈:Greece misses debt payment and Greek anxiety grows2015-07-04
An 11th-hour attempt by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to extend its debt bailout failed to stop the country from becoming the first developed nation to miss a payment to the IMF. In Athens, thousands rallied outside Parliament, urging a yes vote in the upcoming national referendum on working out a deal and staying in the Eurozone. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.
PBS高端访谈:Access is sticking point as Iran nuclear talks are extended2015-07-03
Representatives from Iran and other world powers who are negotiating the countrys nuclear program have missed another deadline. The announcement of a week-long extension came from Vienna, where Secretary of State John Kerry is meeting with his international counterparts. Jeffrey Brown talks to Indira Lakshmanan of Bloomberg, reporting from Vienna.
PBS高端访谈:In Angola, corruption has deadly consequences for children2015-07-03
Angola is a country of extreme wealth, thanks to oil and diamonds. Yet, it has the highest child-mortality rate in the world. Rampant corruption accounts for a large part of this contradiction. Nicholas Kristof, an op-ed columnist for The New York Times, joins Gwen Ifill to discuss the countrys disheartening situation.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Supreme Court takes on non-member union dues case2015-07-03
In our news wrap Tuesday, the U. S. Supreme Court accepted the case of 10 California teachers who say having to pay union dues when they do not belong to the union violated their First Amendment rights. Also, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie formally launched his 2016 presidential campaign.
PBS高端访谈:Why James Taylor is still ‘endlessly interested’ in making music2015-07-03
Before This World, James Taylors first album of all new material in 13 years, is the veteran songwriters first-ever chart-topping record. Jeffrey Brown talks to Taylor, now 67, about wearing his heart on his sleeve in his songs and finding satisfaction in his life and career.

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