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:In ‘The Future of Cities,’ innovative responses to urban issues2017-03-06
More than 31 cities around the globe -- including Tokyo, Delhi, Cairo and Mexico City -- are considered megacities, with populations of more than 10 million people.
PBS高端访谈:FCC may scale back net neutrality2017-03-06
The Federal Communications Commission has outlined a list of proposals it will discuss at a meeting later this month that span from ending the use of cellphones in prison to blocking robocalls -- one of the biggest issues for consumers. Washington Post reporter Brian Fung joins Hari Sreenivasan to talk about potential policy changes.
PBS高端访谈:U.S. warplanes bombard al-Qaida in Yemen2017-03-06
The American military is ramping up operations in the war-torn country of Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition of mostly Sunni countries supports Yemen’s president.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Brooks on Russia investigation questions, Trump’s joint address2017-03-05
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including revelations about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ meeting with the Russian ambassador and the core question of the Trump administration’s connections to Russia, plus takeaways from President Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress.
PBS高端访谈:U.S. and Russia relations are very strained. Here’s what’s at stake2017-03-05
The latest reports on repeated contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian officials have strained the potential for improved ties between Moscow and Washington. Chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner reports, then Judy Woodruff gets views on what’s at stake from Andrew Weiss of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Paul Saunders of the Center for the National Interest.
PBS高端访谈:Who’s behind brutal Philippines drug killings? A hitman speaks out2017-03-05
The Philippines have been gripped by violence amid President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on drug dealers and users. More than 7,000 people have been killed in the last nine months, according to Human Rights Watch. But who is actually responsible for the killings? William Brangham narrates a report by Kara Magsanoc-Alikpala.
PBS高端访谈:GOP lawmakers try to rein in mass protests with new state laws2017-03-05
In many state capitals, lawmakers are targeting protesters’ tactics amid a renewed wave of large-scale demonstrations, sparking debates over the question of free speech versus public safety. John Yang speaks with Christopher Ingraham of The Washington Post about how far the new laws go and how civil liberties advocates are reacting.
PBS高端访谈:Millennials haven’t forgotten spirituality, they’re just looking for new venues2017-03-05
Millennials are turning away from religion faster than any other age group, yet the majority still believe in god or a universal spirit and are hungry for meaningful connection. Casper ter Kuile, a researcher at Harvard University, shares his honest opinion on the changing shape of American religion and how millennials are creating new forms of spiritual community.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Yellen signals another Fed interest rate hike2017-03-05
In our news wrap Friday, Janet Yellen, chair of the Federal Reserve, is sending the strongest signal yet that short-term interest rates are going up again -- this month. Also, former journalist Juan Thompson was arrested in St. Louis for allegedly sending bomb threats to at least eight Jewish institutions.
PBS高端访谈:‘This is a story that won’t let us go’: New book revisits racial injustice of Emmett Till’s murder2017-03-05
In The Blood of Emmett Till, author Timothy Tyson revisits the history of a notorious killing by revealing new details from the woman at the center of the allegations that led to Till’s murder and the acquittal of his murderers. Tyson sits down with Jeffrey Brown for a book conversation.
PBS高端访谈:Why Sessions’ Russian diplomat meetings are raising questions2017-03-04
What are the stakes behind Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ move to recuse himself of any possible investigation into the Trump campaign’s contact with Russia amid worries of election interference? Hari Sreenivasan speaks with John McLaughlin, a former deputy director of the CIA, and Michael Mukasey, who served as President George W. Bush’s attorney general.
PBS高端访谈:Recusing himself, Sessions says he never meant to mislead on Russia meetings2017-03-04
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced at a press conference Thursday that he would recuse himself from any investigations into the Trump campaign. That decision came after a Washington Post report that Sessions met with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. twice last, during the period he was a senator and Trump campaign adviser. Lisa Desjardins reports.
PBS高端访谈:Blumenthal: Sessions needs to give ‘credible explanation’ or resign2017-03-04
Critics say Attorney General Jeff Sessions' announcement to recuse himself from any investigations related to the Trump campaign doesn't go far enough. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Ct., one of those critics, about what he thinks Sessions needs to do now.
PBS高端访谈:Zappos is a weird company -- and it's happy that way2017-03-04
At Zappos, an engaging work culture comes first; the company lavishly invests in morale. But what's the business rationale for spending generously to make employees happy? Economics correspondent Paul Solman visits the eccentric Las Vegas headquarters of Zappos, a company that's known for its devoted customer service and philosophy of self-management rather than hierarchy.
PBS高端访谈:Trump’s agenda is fueling investor confidence. Will it last?2017-03-04
The Dow Jones and other indexes were already doing well when Donald Trump won the presidential election. And the overall jump of recent weeks has accelerated mightily, rising from just above 18,000 on election day to breaking 21,000 this week. For analysis of what’s happening with the markets, William Brangham speaks with Neil Irwin of The New York Times.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump touts plan for naval expansion aboard aircraft carrier2017-03-04
In our news wrap Thursday, President Trump carried his call for a major military build up aboard a newly built aircraft carrier, where he spoke to a U.S. Navy audience. Also, the U.S. struck hard at al-Qaida militants in Yemen with more than 20 airstrikes, targeting fighters, weapons and equipment in a remote region.
PBS高端访谈:How American artists captured the Great War up close2017-03-04
It was a cataclysmic, world-shattering and world-shaping event. Today we can relive the visceral human effects of World War I through a new exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, which showcases a myriad of iconic images and art for and against the divisive conflict. Jeffrey Brown reports.
PBS高端访谈:Stop asking this comedian about being a woman in comedy2017-03-04
Michelle Collins finds it annoying that funny women always have to talk about being a funny woman. We're not charity cases; we're talented, she said. Collins gives her Brief But Spectacular take on being tall, makeup, white men on late night TV and why you should stop asking her what it feels like to be a woman in comedy.
PBS高端访谈:After a confident speech, which priorities can Trump achieve?2017-03-03
President Trump's address to Congress promised action on a long list of priorities he’s stressed before, but in a more disciplined and upbeat tone. Lisa Desjardins offers a recap of reactions to the president’s speech from both sides of the aisle, then Judy Woodruff talks to Dan Balz of The Washington Post and Susan Davis of NPR about the realities of enacting the agenda he proposed.
PBS高端访谈:Questions persist about deadly Yemen raid and its results2017-03-03
More than a month after a controversial U.S. Special Operations raid in Yemen -- during which Navy SEAL Ryan Owens was killed -- there are still questions about how the mission was authorized, what it accomplished and more. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner looks at competing claims and Judy Woodruff gets the perspective of Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump.
PBS高端访谈:Baltimore turns to a life-saving opioid overdose antidote, but it's no cure for the crisis2017-03-03
With overdose deaths from opioids on the rise across the country, Baltimore has begun training everyday citizens to use a life-saving antidote as one tool to combat the crisis, and the approach is catching on. But while many more states and municipalities have moved to make Naloxone more accessible, not everyone believes this is the right strategy. The NewsHour’s Pamela Kirkland reports.
PBS高端访谈:On Yemen raid planning, where did the Obama administration leave off for Trump to pick up?2017-03-03
What level of planning did the Obama administration take on ahead of a deadly U.S. military raid in Yemen carried out under President Trump? Hari Sreenivasan talks to former Defense Department official Andrew Exum and Colin Kahl, former national security advisor to the vice president, two men with intimate knowledge of the Obama administration’s process for authorizing the use of military force.
PBS高端访谈:Human moon missions could be on the horizon under Trump2017-03-03
Is there renewed focus inside the Trump administration, NASA and the private sector to revive travel to the moon? There are signs, like a single reference in President Trump's address to Congress, that seem to suggest that a space journey may be sooner than we might think. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien joins Judy Woodruff to discuss what we could learn and why it’s back on the table.
PBS高端访谈:Why Snapchat and Uber are under intense scrutiny over values2017-03-03
Snapchat is about to sell its stock to the public for the first time. Is the app, used by 160 million people each day, really worth $24 billion? Meanwhile, popular transportation app Uber has been flung into the spotlight amid claims of sexual harassment and a video showing CEO Travis Kalanick in a contentious exchange with an Uber driver. Hari Sreenivasan talks to The New York Times' Mike Isaac.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Deadly tornadoes rip across the Midwest2017-03-03
In our news wrap Wednesday, three people died due to damaging tornadoes overnight, with some of the worst damage striking Illinois and Missouri. Also, there's word that President Trump's travel ban will no longer include citizens from Iraq, no bar indefinitely Syrian refugees.

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