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PBS高端访谈:Waging peace between Greeks, Turks in Cyprus2017-04-03
Since the mid-1970s, the island of Cyprus has been politically divided between its two main ethnic groups: Greeks and Turks. This conflict has at times brought two members of the NATO military alliance, Greece and Turkey, to the brink of war. But now, analysts see an opportunity for resolution. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Livesay went to Cyprus to the explain the history and the prospects for peace.
PBS高端访谈:The facts on climate change -- and what to do about it2017-04-03
In advance of Earth Day on April 22, National Geographic Magazine released its latest edition this week featuring the guide, Seven Things You Need to Know about Climate Change.
PBS高端访谈:After protests, Venezuela restores power to congress2017-04-03
Venezuela's Supreme Court today reversed a decision to strip the opposition-led congress of legislative power.
PBS高端访谈:The biggest questions yet to be answered in the Russia probe2017-04-02
New developments on the connections between the Trump White House and the Russian government seem to emerge every day. To help you keep it straight, Lisa Desjardins and John Yang join Judy Woodruff to walk through what we know and what we don't about the alleged ties and what they mean.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Brooks on Trump’s conservative confrontation, Senate’s Gorsuch showdown2017-04-02
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the continuing revelations from the investigation into Russian election meddling, President Trump’s Twitter attacks on the House Freedom Caucus and the battle over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
PBS高端访谈:Is there a connection between PTSD and combat blast exposure?2017-04-02
As a combat photographer in the army, Jacob Fadley spent time close to heart-thumping blasts, yet he came home without a scratch -- at least on the outside. In part three of our series War on the Brain, special correspondent Soledad O’Brien reports on how talks to a neuropathologist who is studying the brains of people who suffered traumatic brain injuries and the possible connection to PTSD.
PBS高端访谈:Is there a human toll of giving the military more latitude to strike terror targets?2017-04-02
On the campaign stump, Donald Trump promised to give the U.S. military more freedom to strike terrorist targets around the world. Now the president has approved the Pentagon’s plan to intensify its targeting of al-Shabab strongholds in Somalia. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with former State Department official Sarah Sewall about the new changes for military operations.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump signs orders on U.S. trade policy2017-04-02
In our news wrap Friday, President Trump moved to reshape American trade policy with a pair of executive orders, initiating a review of trade deficits and increasing the collection of duties on imports. Also, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned NATO allies to boost their defense spending within the next two months during his first meeting with his alliance counterparts in Brussels.
PBS高端访谈:Trump supporters in Michigan confident their votes will pay off2017-04-02
President Trump wasn't expected to win in Michigan, but his supporters there aren't surprised that he took the state back in November. Now two months into the new administration -- and on the heels of a failed effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act -- how do pro-Trump voters assess his presidency so far? William Brangham reports.
PBS高端访谈:Should affirmative action be based on socioeconomic status?2017-04-02
Colleges' intentions are good when they use affirmative action, says doctor and author Andrew Lam. But seeing Asian-American kids fear they will be disadvantaged because of race has made him think we can make the system better. Lam offers his humble opinion on giving truly disadvantaged but accomplished kids greater opportunity.
PBS高端访谈:What does North Carolina's HB2 compromise mean for LGBTQ rights?2017-04-01
North Carolina's state legislature overwhelmingly voted to replace its so-called bathroom bill on Thursday, after suffering a business and economic backlash from a law that many saw as discriminatory. How do people see the compromise deal? Hari Sreenivasan talks to North Carolina State Representative Darren Jackson and Cathryn Oakley, senior legislative counsel for Human Rights Campaign.
PBS高端访谈:Can science make diagnosing PTSD less of an ordeal?2017-04-01
Researchers around the country are trying to nail down a more specific diagnosis of PTSD through the use of an array of methods, from genetic testing to MRIs. In part two of our series War on the Brain, special correspondent Soledad O’Brien reports on the difficulties patients can face when physicians struggle to accurately identify their condition.
PBS高端访谈:The best ways to teach your little kids about money2017-04-01
Personal finance guru Beth Kobliner thinks kids should be learning about money and key economic concepts early. She hopes to break the taboo of talking money with your kids with her new book, Make Your Kid a Money Genius. Economics correspondent Paul Solman gets lessons on how to instill economic lessons in young people from Kobliner, as well as some actual kids.
PBS高端访谈:Kathleen Turner wants women to realize their own value2017-04-01
Kathleen Turner has said she is no good at playing victim roles. The actress who starred in Body Heat as well as on Broadway, gives her Brief But Spectacular take on a being a woman who likes to push the envelope, if not downright tear it.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Trump takes aim at the Freedom Caucus2017-04-01
In our news wrap Thursday, President Trump tweeted that some conservatives in the Freedom Caucus will hurt the Republican agenda if they don't get on the team. A Caucus member later responded that most people don't take well to being bullied. Also, a federal judge in Hawaii extended his orders blocking the president's revised travel ban.
PBS高端访谈:Two veteran lawmakers worry global diplomacy is being undervalued2017-04-01
President Trump vowed on the campaign trail to improve America’s global standing. After two months in office, the president has shaken up the world stage, from dust-ups with allies to continued questions about Russia. Judy Woodruff gets views from veteran lawmakers former Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., and former Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., about how they see Trump foreign policy so far.
PBS高端访谈:Brexit countdown begins with formal notice from UK2017-03-31
The British government formally launched the process of leaving the European Union on Wednesday, nine months after the British people voted to quit the political and economic bloc. Now the United Kingdom has two years to hammer out specific terms of its withdrawal, in negotiations that promise to be tough. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports.
PBS高端访谈:Brexit doesn’t have to be a lose-lose deal, says UK ambassador2017-03-31
After the United Kingdom gave its formal notice of its intention to split from the E.U., the European Council president lamented, There is no reason to pretend that this is a happy day. But what does Brexit mean for the British people? British Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Darroch joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the decision to break away and the path ahead.
PBS高端访谈:What's stopping the vulnerable Everglades from being healed?2017-03-31
The Florida Everglades are critical to the survival of local birds, reptiles and millions of people. As urban development has increased, the incredibly rare and bio-diverse habitat has become vulnerable to rising sea water encroachment. Billions of dollars have been spent on restoration, but both science and politics have made efforts more complicated. Special correspondent Duarte Geraldino reports.
PBS高端访谈:The stigma that stops veterans from getting help for PTSD2017-03-31
What discourages veterans from seeking treatment for post-traumatic stress? As part of our series War on the Brain, special correspondent Soledad O’Brien talks to former service members who have struggled to accept the diagnosis and get help.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Disputed airstrike in Iraq under investigation2017-03-31
In our news wrap Wednesday, the U.S. military announced that its review of a disputed airstrike in Iraq, which reportedly killed at least 100 civilians, is now a formal investigation. Also, China and the European Union stood by their commitments to the Paris Accord on climate change, following President Trump's actions aimed at rolling back efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
PBS高端访谈:Library of Congress adds to list of sounds that shaped America2017-03-31
It's the Library of Congress' tribute to significant sound recordings. Each year,25 pieces of audio are selected to be inducted into the National Recording Registry. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden walks us through this year’s selections, from a 1888 wax cylinder recording to 1990s rap.
PBS高端访谈:In fight over Gorsuch, Senate leaders stand their ground2017-03-31
In Congress, the spotlight is back on the battle over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and the possibility of Republicans using the nuclear option. Meanwhile, there are questions about the independence of the chair of the House Intelligence Committee on the Russia probe. Judy Woodruff gets views from Matt Schlapp of the American Conservative Union and Karine Jean-Pierre of MoveOn.org.
PBS高端访谈:Barrasso: Trump climate rollback helps U.S. as an energy superpower2017-03-30
One of President Trump's major campaign promises was to roll back his predecessor's plans for coping with climate change, a pledge he began to fulfill by signing an executive order that targets such regulations. Judy Woodruff gets perspective from Sen. John Barrasso, a Republican who represents Wyoming, the country’s top coal-producing state.
PBS高端访谈:Trump launches aggressive campaign to dismantle Obama climate agenda2017-03-30
In his first salvo against Obama-era climate policy, President Donald Trump signed an executive order at the Environmental Protection Agency to suspend, rescind or open review more than a half dozen major regulations, in an effort to help the coal, oil and gas industries. That includes the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants. John Yang reports.

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