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PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump seeks rollbacks on Dodd-Frank regulations, fiduciary rule2017-02-05
In our news wrap Friday, President Trump signed an executive order directing the Treasury Department to look for ways to roll back the Dodd-Frank Act's regulations, and signed a memorandum aimed at blocking a retirement savings regulation that makes brokers put clients' interests first. Also, the Labor Department reported that U.S. employers added 227,000 new jobs.
PBS高端访谈:Trump and the GOP take aim at Obama-era regulations, from consumer protections to water pollution2017-02-05
President Trump punctuated his first two weeks in office with a push to begin deregulating the financial industry. Meanwhile, Congress is using a seldom-used law to target recent rules set by the Obama administration, including environmental protections and gun control. William Brangham and Lisa Desjardins join Judy Woodruff for a closer look.
PBS高端访谈:Oscar-nominated film brings the prophecy of James Baldwin into today’s world2017-02-05
James Baldwin was one of the nation’s most prominent novelists, social critics and civil rights activists of the 20th century. Now his critiques of racism and segregation are the subject of a new Oscar-nominated documentary titled, I Am Not Your Negro. Jeffrey Brown sits down with director Raoul Peck to discuss his tribute to a man he sees as a civil rights prophet.
PBS高端访谈:Why one Muslim Marine is inviting questions about his faith2017-02-05
Standing on a city street, Mansoor Shams holds a sign that reads: I’m a Muslim and a U.S. Marine. Ask anything. The former Marine has been traveling around the nation, inviting those curious to ask him about his experiences. NewsHour joined Shams in Baltimore to listen in on his discussions and hear why he’s so eager to discuss his faith with strangers.
PBS高端访谈:When does tough diplomatic talk go too far?2017-02-05
Barely two weeks into his term, President Donald Trump has shaken up global affairs through unilateral moves, blunt talk and tweets. What does President Trump’s aggressive approach mean for relations with other world leaders? Judy Woodruff speaks with two former State Department officials, James Jeffrey and Wendy Sherman, about the broader implications for the world stage.
PBS高端访谈:Trump vows to scrap rule on religious groups and campaign politics2017-02-05
President Trump used the annual National Prayer Breakfast to reignite an old campaign promise: to change the tax code to allow churches and other tax-exempt groups to openly campaign for political candidates. John Yang reports on that and more.
PBS高端访谈:Why we shouldn’t forget that U.S. presidents owned slaves2017-02-05
When you sing that this country was founded on freedom, don’t forget the duet of shackles dragging against the ground my entire life. This how poet Clint Smith begins his letter to past presidents who owned slaves. In honor of Black History Month, Smith offers his Brief But Spectacular take on the history of racial inequality in the U.S.
PBS高端访谈:What went wrong in the deadly raid on al-Qaida in Yemen?2017-02-05
President Donald Trump authorized a raid in Yemen over the weekend with the goal of targeting an al-Qaida stronghold. Details of the planning and execution have come under scrutiny; a Navy SEAL died, a transport aircraft had to be destroyed and civilians were likely killed. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with David Sanger of The New York Times and Richard Atwood, director of International Crisis Group.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Tillerson urges State Department employees to put aside differences2017-02-05
In our news wrap Thursday, newly sworn-in Secretary of State Rex Tillerson praised the work force at the State Department and said he understands their frustrations with the new administration, but urged employees to set aside any political differences with President Trump. Also, two more Cabinet nominees -- Mick Mulvaney and Scott Pruitt -- advanced to the full Senate for confirmation.
PBS高端访谈:How this educator is guiding Liberian girls toward school2017-02-05
Liberia has had more than its fair shares of challenges, and is trying to rebuild after enduring a devastating Ebola epidemic and civil war. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro meets an American woman who has made her home in Liberia, started her own school and now provides education and scholarships for girls.
PBS高端访谈:The economics and potential emotional cost of repealing Obamacare2017-02-05
Repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act was a top priority for President Donald Trump during his campaign. But there are hurdles -- both economic and in the expectations of the millions who are now covered. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports from Kentucky, a region that's seen one of the biggest drops of the uninsured rate in the country due to Obamacare.
PBS高端访谈:How Warren Buffett’s fortune is going directly to those in need2017-02-05
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, when billionaire businessman Warren Buffett announced he was giving away much of his fortune, letters began pouring in from people asking for help. His older sister has taken on responding to their pleas as part of the Letters Foundation.
PBS高端访谈:Vice President Pence on the Supreme Court fight, the travel ban and Bannon’s sway2017-02-03
Vice President Mike Pence joins Judy Woodruff for his first television interview since assuming office to discuss political tensions in Congress over a new Supreme Court nominee, why he believes the president’s travel ban by executive order is an effective way to fight terrorism and won’t violate religious freedom, the influence of Counsellor to the President Steve Bannon and much more.
PBS高端访谈:Political battle begins for Gorsuch confirmation2017-02-03
President Trump is touting the man he wants to join the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, named the night before at the White House. The president vowed to push him through, urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to use the nuclear option if Senate Democrats filibuster. Many Democrats are still outraged by Republican obstruction of President Obama’s choice. Lisa Desjardins reports.
PBS高端访谈:Finding clues of the high court’s future in Gorsuch’s record2017-02-03
Who is Judge Neil Gorsuch, the man who could shape the conservative direction of the Supreme Court for decades? Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal and Nina Totenberg of NPR join Miles O’Brien for a closer look at his record and the coming fight over his confirmation.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump makes surprise visit to honor Navy SEAL killed in Yemen2017-02-03
In our news wrap Wednesday, President Trump flew to Dover Air Force Base to honor the first U.S. serviceman killed in combat since he took office, as the remains of William Ryan Owens, a Navy SEAL arrived for a special ceremony. Also, the White House also issued a warning today to Iran, following the test launch of a ballistic missile.
PBS高端访谈:Why is cervical cancer killing many more African-American women than we thought?2017-02-03
A new research analysis suggests the mortality rate of cervical cancer is higher than we thought, especially among African-American women. Miles O’Brien talks with Dr. Jennifer Caudle of the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine about the findings, as well as the racial disparities in health care.
PBS高端访谈:Can a cleaner cookstove save lives?2017-02-03
Nearly half of the world’s population cooks using stoves that burn fuel like wood or charcoal, creating harmful -- even deadly -- smoke when inhaled. In Ghana, where cooking with wood is the norm, there’s a study underway to find out whether cleaner, more efficient cookstoves can reduce the toxic health effects to those most at risk: women and their babies. Hari Sreenivasan reports.
PBS高端访谈:Bringing women conductors to the front of the orchestra2017-02-02
In the highly traditional world of classical music, one seldom sees women conductors. Among more than 20 of the nation's largest orchestras, only one is led by a woman director. Jeffrey Brown reports from the Dallas Opera, where an intensive institute for female conductors aims to lead a new movement.
PBS高端访谈:The legal arguments for and against Trump's immigration ban2017-02-02
Lawsuits have challenged President Donald Trump's executive order that temporarily prohibits immigrants and visitors from seven countries. Jonathan Turley, a law professor at George Washington University and Neal Katyal, former acting solicitor general under President Obama, join Miles O’Brien to discuss whether Trump's policy violates the law or Constitution.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Spicer defends firing of acting attorney general2017-02-02
In our news wrap Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer rejected criticism of the decision to fire Acting Attorney General Sally Yates for directing Justice Department lawyers not to defend President Trump's immigration order. Also, Senate Democrats forced delays on three of the president's cabinet nominees, including attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions.
PBS高端访谈:What to watch for in Trump’s Supreme Court nomination2017-02-02
President Donald Trump will announce his pick for Supreme Court justice on Tuesday in a prime-time appearance. Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal, Tom Goldstein of SCOTUSblog, Michael Carvin of Jones Day and Elizabeth Wydra of the Constitutional Accountability Center join Judy Woodruff to discuss the two finalists and what response to expect from both parties.
PBS高端访谈:Immigration ban misses greatest threat, counterterrorism expert says2017-02-02
Is the U.S. safer after President Trump's executive order temporarily prohibiting entry by citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries? Michael Leiter, former director of the United States National Counterterrorism Center, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss why he says the order misunderstands how current vetting works and how the order may instead alienate counties against the U.S.
PBS高端访谈:Universities tell foreign students: Don't go anywhere2017-02-02
President Donald Trump’s temporary ban from seven majority-Muslim countries is not only causing anxiety among travelers and policymakers. Students are also being affected, and across the nation and abroad, various protests continue on college campuses. Angel Cabrera, president of George Mason University, joins Miles O'Brien to discuss what President Trump’s policy could mean for higher education.
PBS高端访谈:Trump’s immigration ban closes the door and changes lives2017-02-01
Protests and demonstrations erupted across the nation in response to President Donald Trump's executive order concerning immigrants and refugees. The president's executive order temporarily bars all refugees and travelers from seven majority-Muslim nations, while Syrian refugees were blocked indefinitely. William Brangham talks to people who’ve been affected by the order.

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