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PBS高端访谈:Photos show undeniable history of the civil rights movement2017-03-02
A new photo exhibit captures a crucial period in the civil rights movement through the work of nine photographers. Special correspondent David C. Barnett of WVIZ/PBS Ideastream reports from the Maltz Museum in Cleveland.
PBS高端访谈:How scientists brought bison back to Banff2017-03-02
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, bison have returned to Canada's Banff National Park after being wiped out more than a century ago. A biologist explains the efforts to help anchor a herd to its new home.
PBS高端访谈:Trump's budget blueprint boosts defense spending, cuts billions from domestic programs2017-03-01
President Trump outlined a spending plan on Monday to fulfill his campaign promise to dramatically beef up defense spending by 10 percent, and to cut spending by federal agencies by $54 billion. Budget officials said proposals for taxes and programs like Social Security and Medicare will come later. John Yang reports.
PBS高端访谈:What we know about Russian meddling and Putin’s playbook2017-03-01
U.S. intelligence agencies believe Russia attempted to sway the U.S. election through DNC email hacking and an influence campaign. But to what degree were President Trump’s campaign advisers in contact with Russians? And what made Americans susceptible to influence? William Brangham examines what we know with Evan Osnos of The New Yorker and former CIA official John Sipher.
PBS高端访谈:Congress grapples with investigating Trump’s Russia ties2017-03-01
House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes told reporters he's seen no evidence of contact between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence officials. But Nunes drew criticism after a report revealed that he agreed at the White House's request to help counter news on that topic. Judy Woodruff talks to Sen. Mark Warner about calls for an independent investigation into Russian meddling in the election.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: New bomb threats target Jewish schools and community centers2017-03-01
In our news wrap Monday, Jewish community centers and day schools in at least 12 states received more bomb threats, all of which appeared to be hoaxes. Over the weekend, more than 100 headstones were destroyed at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia. Also, the Senate moved to confirm the president's nominee for commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross.
PBS高端访谈:Hospitals worry an ACA repeal could harm their financial health2017-03-01
Efforts by the Trump administration and congressional Republicans to dismantle the Affordable Care Act are underway, unnerving to some hospital executives who see uncertainty for their bottom line. If large numbers of people lose their insurance under a replacement, hospital finances could be at risk. Special correspondent Sarah Varney reports in collaboration with Kaiser Health News.
PBS高端访谈:Can Democrats find a winning strategy under a new DNC chair?2017-03-01
Tom Perez was elected as the new head of the Democratic National Committee over the weekend. Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR join Judy Woodruff to talk about President Trump’s budget blueprint, why the Democrats need to figure out how to win elections from the bottom up, plus voter reactions to the Trump administration so far.
PBS高端访谈:This female hockey player from United Arab Emirates scores goals and respect2017-03-01
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a female hockey player travels all the way to Washington from Abu Dhabi to meet her favorite NHL team.
PBS高端访谈:Despite protests, Dakota Access Pipeline nears completion2017-02-28
Last year, the Obama administration froze the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, designed to carry North Dakota oil to Illinois. But President Trump has rebooted construction, which is now near completion. Public media's Inside Energy in conjunction with Rocky Mountain PBS produced a documentary called Beyond Standing Rock set to air on PBS stations in March. Reporter Leigh Paterson has this story.
PBS高端访谈:As battle in Mosul rages on, Iraqi forces bomb ISIS in Syria2017-02-28
The Iraqi army has been fighting for four months to drive the Islamic State out of Mosul, the country's second-largest city.
PBS高端访谈:The struggle of rebuilding America’s infrastructure2017-02-28
In his first address to Congress this Tuesday, President Donald Trump is likely to talk about his vision for rebuilding America's infrastructure with a $1 trillion plan. The nation's top funding source for transportation projects is the federal gas tax, which has been stuck at 18 cents per gallon since the early 1990s. Financial Times editor Ed Crooks joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss.
PBS高端访谈:Brexit stirs up old divides in Northern Ireland2017-02-27
In March, British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to begin the process of having the United Kingdom formally exit the European Union. While a majority of voters in the UK voted to leave the EU, voters in Northern Ireland favored remaining, in part because of fears that Brexit could affect a peace agreement between Catholics and Protestants. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Patricia Sabga reports.
PBS高端访谈:Democrats select Perez as new party chair2017-02-27
As Republicans continue to dominate Congress, Democrats on Saturday elected a new leader for their party. Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez, who won the vote over Rep. Keith Ellison, will serve as chair of the Democratic National Committee. NPR political editor Domenico Montanaro, who is covering the DNC gathering in Atlanta, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the results.
PBS高端访谈:Conservatives rally behind Trump administration during CPAC2017-02-27
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference came to an end on Saturday outside Washington, D.C.
PBS高端访谈:At congressional town hall meetings, citizens turn up the volume -- and activism2017-02-26
With members of Congress on recess, usually that would mean lawmakers meeting with constituents at home in their districts. But fewer than 30 Republicans are holding meetings in the face of local protests and rowdy town halls. Lisa Desjardins reports from New Jersey, where five-term Rep. Leonard Lance faced more than a thousand people, ready to let him hear their urgent concerns.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Brooks on tea party lessons for Democrats, remaking GOP in Trump’s image2017-02-26
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the grassroots fervor meeting Republican members of Congress in their home districts, the challenge of a clear message for Democrats, how President Trump has influenced American conservatism and the impact of a president targeting the media as fake.
PBS高端访谈:What Trump targeting the media means for press access2017-02-26
President Trump touted his agenda at the annual CPAC, trumpeting his theme of America first. He also lambasted the fake media after CNN reported that the White House asked the FBI to refute claims of connection between Trump associates and Russia. John Yang reports and Judy Woodruff talks to Sally Buzbee of the Associated Press about the White House denying briefing access to some outlets.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Chemical weapon killed Kim Jong Un's half-brother2017-02-26
In our news wrap Friday, Malaysian toxicologists have determined that a chemical weapon was used to assassinate the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Also, more than 60 people are dead after a pair of bombings by Islamic State militants near a northern town in Syria, which Turkish and Syrian fighters retook just yesterday.
PBS高端访谈:The foster father who cares when terminally ill kids have no one2017-02-26
Mohamed Bzeek has become somewhat of a local hero in Los Angeles, taking on a life mission that few others would consider: as a foster parent who cares solely for terminally ill children. Special correspondent Gayle Tzemach Lemmon meets Bzeek, a former Libyan immigrant who depends on his Muslim faith as he juggles intensive caretaking and heartbreak, as well as his own battle with cancer.
PBS高端访谈:Can Democrats find a rallying cry that wins with voters?2017-02-26
Having lost the White House and now as the minority in both houses of Congress, what should the Democratic Party's message be going forward? Judy Woodruff talks to Symone Sanders, a strategist for Priorities USA and former national press secretary for Bernie Sanders, and Jaime Harrison, chairman for the South Carolina Democratic Party, about the need for unity and the party’s future.
PBS高端访谈:For a ‘smart’ secure border, ‘we need some creativity,’ says Rep. McCaul2017-02-25
The Trump administration is continuing its push to increase security both along the southern border and at U.S. points of entry. Judy Woodruff speaks with Texas Rep. Michael McCaul, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, who has just returned from a tour of the border and launched a congressional task force focused on stopping potential extremists from entering the U.S.
PBS高端访谈:How Steve Bannon helped bring a nationalist, populist agenda to the White House2017-02-25
Top White House advisers presented a picture of party unity during the annual CPAC summit. White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and Chief of Staff Reince Priebus dismissed notions of clashing ideologies within the Oval Office. Judy Woodruff speaks with former NPR CEO Ken Stern and Phil Rucker of The Washington Post about the worldview and dynamics of the Trump inner circle.
PBS高端访谈:At annual CPAC, new energy reflects new Trump administration2017-02-25
President Trump’s top advisers took the stage at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, where thousands have gathered to chart the future under a Republican White House. But while the Trump team seems to have taken over the conference schedule, at question is whether they are also taking over the conservative movement. John Yang reports.
PBS高端访谈:A groundbreaking filmmaker finally gets her time to shine2017-02-25
Kathleen Collins was one of the first African-American women to direct a feature film, but her work wasn’t widely released before her death from cancer in 1988. Nearly 30 years later, her daughter Nina Collins had the film restored, and now it’s finally getting critical recognition. Collins gives her Brief But Spectacular take on her mother’s life and legacy in cinema.

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