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PBS高端访谈:Part 2 -- John Brennan on what his CIA successor needs to worry about2017-01-06
CIA Director John Brennan joins Judy Woodruff for the second installment of our interview to discuss concerns raised by European intelligence officials regarding possible Russian intrusion in upcoming elections, whether the U.S. is on the verge of a new Cold War with Russia and the nuclear weapon capabilities of North Korea.
PBS高端访谈:Why Iraqi boys and men are disappearing amid ISIS concerns2017-01-06
As the battle for Mosul continues, Iraqi civilians are fleeing to camps where security concerns are ripping families apart. Iraqi security forces and Kurdish authorities have a mandate to keep members of ISIS from escaping, so men and boys are routinely taken for investigation, leaving their families to worry about when, and if, they’ll return. Special correspondent Marcia Biggs reports.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Dylann Roof insists he’s not mentally ill at sentencing2017-01-06
In our news wrap Wednesday, the white supremacist who killed nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, insisted in court he’s not mentally ill. Dylann Roof is acting as his own lawyer in the death penalty phase of his federal hate crimes trial. Also, in Turkey, authorities say they’ve identified the gunman in a New Year’s Eve nightclub attack that killed 39 people.
PBS高端访谈:Obama, Pence huddle with their parties on the fate of health care2017-01-06
At the Capitol, President Obama met privately with Democrats, urging them to defend his signature health care law. At the same time, a few floors up, Vice President-elect Pence rallied Republicans to dismantle Obamacare. Lisa Desjardins reports on what we know so far about the Republican plan for repeal.
PBS高端访谈:Demand for clean energy inspires new generation to innovate nuclear power2017-01-06
The next generation of nuclear power is coming, as concerns about climate change bring the industry out of hibernation. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports on how new startups and young scientists are hoping to develop solutions for safely generating vast amounts of nuclear energy.
PBS高端访谈:Why the NAACP and others are protesting Trump's attorney general pick2017-01-06
The NAACP mounted protests across Alabama on Tuesday against the president-elect’s nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general, including at the senator’s office, where NAACP president Cornell Brooks and others staged a sit-in. Alison Stewart speaks with Sari Horwitz of The Washington Post and John Sharp of AL.COM about Session’s record and why civil rights groups are concerned.
PBS高端访谈:First day of new Congress reveals GOP divisions over ethics2017-01-05
It’s opening day of the 115th Congress, and there’s already tension. Under pressure, House Republicans deserted plans some had made on Monday to rapidly gut an independent congressional ethics board. Lisa Desjardins reports from Capitol Hill and joins Judy Woodruff to discuss what that division means for the term to come.
PBS高端访谈:Part 1 -- Russian meddling doubters should wait to see report, says Brennan2017-01-05
John Brennan, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss the CIA’s upcoming report looking into Russia’s alleged election hacking, claims by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the CIA’s role in preventing cyberattacks and regrets about the Syrian civil war, in the first of a two-part conversation.
PBS高端访谈:Greece-Turkey relations under pressure amid Erdogan’s extradition calls2017-01-05
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is asking NATO allies to extradite hundreds of Turkish officers and soldiers who sought asylum following July’s attempted coup. And of all the allies resisting Erdogan’s appeals, Greece is under the most pressure. The two countries have a history of hostility and there are concerns that this could ramp it up. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Veteran of Reagan administration tapped for trade representative2017-01-05
In our news wrap Tuesday, Ford announced it’s scrapping plans to build a factory in Mexico and will instead create 700 jobs at Michigan plant. The announcement came after President-elect Donald Trump chastised General Motors on Twitter. Also, Mr. Trump tapped Reagan administration veteran Robert Lighthizer as his nominee for the U.S. Trade Representative.
PBS高端访谈:How Trump offers a mixture of incentive and shame for business leaders2017-01-05
Ford announced Tuesday it’s scrapping plans to build a $1.6 billion plant in Mexico and will instead invest $700 million into an existing Michigan plant, and hire 700 workers in the U.S. Though it’s a drop in the bucket in terms of the American economy, it’s symbolically significant. William Brangham speaks with Josh Boak of the Associate Press about whether President-elect Donald Trump can take any credit.
PBS高端访谈:Turkey nightclub attacker still at large; ISIS claims responsibility2017-01-05
In Turkey, a nationwide manhunt is underway for the attacker who opened fire on an Istanbul nightclub in the early hours of New Year’s Day, killing 39. Turkey has been a key player in the fight against the Islamic State group in Syria, and the attack comes two weeks after the assassination of the Russian ambassador in Istanbul. William Brangham reports.
PBS高端访谈:What will be Obama’s lasting education legacy?2017-01-05
President Obama and his former education secretary Arne Duncan exercised more power and influence over education policy than many predecessors. The administration placed a focus on testing, trying it to federal funding. In higher education, he emphasized the importance of college and reducing student debt. Alison Stewart talks to Education Week’s Alyson Klein and Inside Higher Ed’s Scott Jaschik.
PBS高端访谈:Turkey faces daunting two-front terror threat2017-01-05
What's behind the latest deadly rampage in Turkey, one in a string of terror attacks there in the past year? William Brangham speaks with Bulent Aliriza from the Center for Strategic and International Studies about the two-front attack facing Turkey and how President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s purge of government officers following the summer’s coup is affecting his country’s efforts to fight terror.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: ISIS claims responsibility for Baghdad suicide bombing2017-01-05
In our news wrap Monday, a suicide bomber detonated a truck bomb at a Baghdad market, killing at least 36 people. Also, a riot at a Brazilian prison left at least 60 inmates dead. Officials blamed a fight between members of two criminal gangs for the attacks.
PBS高端访谈:How the GOP plans to begin dismantling Obama’s legacy2017-01-05
The new Congress starts work this week, with the Republicans in control of both houses. Soon, they’ll also have the White House. What’s on the GOP agenda? William Brangham talks to Lisa Desjardins, Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and NPR’s Tamara Keith about the goal of ditching Obamacare, confirmation hearings for Trump Cabinet nominees, tax reform and more.
PBS高端访谈:Post-election, how should news outlets shift focus?2017-01-03
As 2016 comes to a close, journalists and media outlets are confronting the questions raised by this year's election and planning for what comes next. James Geary, the deputy editor of the Nieman Foundation's Nieman Reports Magazine, joins the NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker to offer a post-election take on how the media can move forward.
PBS高端访谈:North Korean defectors create new lives in South Korea2017-01-03
An estimated 30,000 North Korean defectors live in South Korea today, according to the South Korean government. After defectors arrive, the government trains them in social customs and job skills, and gives resettlement payments to assist with housing and education costs. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Karla Murthy looks at several of their stories.
PBS高端访谈:Years after transatlantic slavery, DNA tests give clarity2017-01-02
DNA ancestry tests in the last decade have helped some African-Americans reconcile with aspects of their identities that might have been obscured during the transatlantic slave trade. Alondra Nelson chronicles this journey in her book, The Social Life of DNA: Race, Reparations and Reconciliation After the Genome. Nelson joins Hari Sreenivasan.
PBS高端访谈:A journalist’s story of PTSD2017-01-02
Journalist Dean Yates followed stories of conflict in the Middle East and Southeast Asia for years in his job for Reuters, producing reporting around some of the region's most important events. Earlier this year, he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, a condition that can result from exposure to traumatic events. Yates, who wrote about his experience with PTSD for Reuters last month, joins Alison Stewart.
PBS高端访谈:The number of people killed by police dropped slightly in 20162017-01-02
This year the number of people killed by police stands at 957, down slightly from 991 in 2015, according to the Washington Post. While white men accounted for the most deaths by police, black men were three times more likely to be killed when population rates were factored in. Washington Post Reporter Kimbriell Kelly, one of the authors of the year-end report, joins Alison Stewart to discuss.
PBS高端访谈:Brooks and Corn on Obama's active final weeks and the Trump-Putin 'bromance'2017-01-01
In foreign affairs, it was not a quiet few days leading up to the New Year's weekend -- from Secretary of State John Kerry’s blunt parting speech about Israel to President Obama’s announcement of retaliation against the Kremlin for election hacking. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with New York Times columnist David Brooks and David Corn of Mother Jones about the week in politics.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: In Syria, fragile cease-fire appears to hold2017-01-01
In our news wrap Friday, Russian president Vladimir Putin slammed U.S. sanctions and the expulsion of Russian diplomats over election-season hacking attacks, but said he would not answer in kind by expelling U.S. diplomats. Also, a fragile cease-fire appeared to hold across Syria, but sporadic violence between rebels and troops was reported near Damascus and the central province of Hama.
PBS高端访谈:Why deterring Putin from foreign meddling is practically impossible2017-01-01
On Friday, President Vladimir Putin slammed U.S. plans to retaliate for Russia’s election hacking but said he would not toss out U.S. diplomats in turn. Hari Sreenivasan sits down with Andrew Weiss of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to discuss Putin’s aggressive tactics on the world stage, harassment of American personnel in Moscow and the future of U.S.-Russia relations.
PBS高端访谈:In 2016, what stood out in music2017-01-01
What were the best songs and biggest musical trends of 2016? Jeffrey Brown sits down with Mikael Wood of the Los Angeles Times and NPR’s Ann Powers to discuss their top picks.

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