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:After Flint’s lead crisis, the ‘most important medication’ for kids is education2016-12-22
There is a well-established link between lead exposure and learning disabilities, but early childhood education has been shown to counteract the effects. In Flint, Michigan, where the youngest residents have been the most vulnerable to lead poisoning, the city has opened a free child care center in an attempt to counteract the harmful effects on developing brains. Hari Sreenivasan reports.
PBS高端访谈:Investigations reveal startling scope of lead in drinking water2016-12-22
On Tuesday, Michigan’s attorney general filed new criminal charges in Flint’s lead contamination case. But Flint is not alone. Reports from both USA Today and Reuters find that lead contamination is widespread, affecting some millions of Americans, usually in rural communities with small water systems. Judy Woodruff speaks with Laura Ungar, the lead reporter on the USA Today investigation.
PBS高端访谈:How 2016 put pressure on the Electoral College2016-12-21
On Monday, the 538 members of the Electoral College met in their respective states to cast votes to confirm Donald Trump as the next president of the United States. But this year, the presidential candidate who won the popular vote by a significant margin did not win the Electoral College, raising old questions about a system that’s usually taken for granted. William Brangham reports.
PBS高端访谈:Why Russian election meddling is a partisan issue2016-12-21
The Electoral College sealed the election of Donald Trump, despite protests and more on the day of the vote. Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and NPR’s Tamara Keith join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including the debate over the Electoral College, reports that Russia used cyber hacks to influence the election and Monday’s attacks in Germany and Turkey.
PBS高端访谈:Can UN monitors help protect Aleppo evacuees?2016-12-21
Evacuations resumed overnight in Eastern Aleppo after days of delays, under terms of a fragile cease-fire. The UN Security Council unanimously voted to deploy monitors to Aleppo to ensure evacuees are unmolested. Judy Woodruff reports and speaks with David Miliband of the International Rescue Committee for more.
PBS高端访谈:Part 1 -- How Bruce Springsteen tackles truth, in song and memoir2016-12-21
Bruce Springsteen has been an American icon for decades, a working-class rock n’ roll hero whose songs speak to millions of devoted fans. Now he’s telling his own story, looking back at his young, struggling and once little-known self. Springsteen sits down with Jeffrey Brown in a special two-part interview to discuss his new memoir, Born to Run, and more.
PBS高端访谈:What we know about the attacks in Germany and Turkey2016-12-21
It’s been a day of terror, with attackers striking in Germany and Turkey. In Berlin, a truck drove into a crowd of Christmas shoppers, leaving the street full of dead and wounded. Hours earlier, the Russian ambassador to Turkey was assassinated by a Turkish policeman in civilian clothes. Judy Woodruff speaks with Ira Spitzer of Feature Story News for more on the attack in Germany.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Electoral College confirms election of Donald Trump2016-12-21
In our news wrap Monday, the Electoral College confirmed Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential race. Mr. Trump was on track for 304 electoral votes, losing two defectors in Texas. Hillary Clinton lost four in Washington state. Also, state legislators in North Carolina appear ready to repeal a law that curbs protections for transgender people.
PBS高端访谈:Lynching memorial aims to help U.S. acknowledge a history of terror2016-12-21
Lynchings -- unlawful executions used to terrorise and subdue black communities into passivity -- are perhaps one of the least discussed legacies of slavery and the Jim Crow South. A new memorial in Montgomery, Alabama, will commemorate victims of these acts of terror. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Bryan Stevenson of the Equal Justice Initiative.
PBS高端访谈:The Christmas concert where tuba players don’t take a back seat2016-12-21
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a Christmas tradition shines a spotlight on an instrument usually relegated to the back of the orchestra: the tuba.
PBS高端访谈:Defectors lift curtain on North Korea’s information blackout2016-12-20
North Korea’s totalitarian government exercises tight control of all media consumed within its borders to maintain power over nearly 25 million citizens.
PBS高端访谈:In Cuba, American tourists increase demand for hotels2016-12-19
Cuba's hospitality industry has seen a surge of U.S. tourists and is scrambling to accommodate them.
PBS高端访谈:As Aleppo lies in ruins, thousands wait to escape2016-12-19
In Syria, the evacuation of civilians from Aleppo continues as thousands of people wait to leave the besieged city.
PBS高端访谈:In North Carolina, new laws to limit governor’s power2016-12-19
Republican state lawmakers called a special legislative session to pass laws that limit the power of the incoming governor.
PBS高端访谈:The one place people ‘like’ the TSA2016-12-18
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day: A surprisingly popular Instagram account. The Transportation Security Agency is not typically considered a source of entertainment. But TSA’s social-media feed of photographs is attracting a huge following of people entranced by the mix of confiscated contraband and explosive-detecting dogs.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Ponnuru on the 'dark cloud' of Russian cyberattacks2016-12-18
Reports emerged this week that the CIA is confident Russia attempted to sway election results through cyberattacks. Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Ramesh Ponnuru of the National Review join Judy Woodruff to discuss what Russia’s interference suggests about the future of our democracy, the president-elect's Cabinet picks of Rex Tillerson and Rick Perry and President Obama's legacy on Syria.
PBS高端访谈:Civilians remain trapped in eastern Aleppo after evacuations fail2016-12-18
Friday brought doubts about the durability of the plan to allow tens of thousands of civilians and fighters to leave eastern Aleppo. Evacuations that began Thursday abruptly halted amid renewed violence and recriminations. Meanwhile, the Assad regime consolidated its hold on a sector of the city that had been held by rebels for four years. Dan Rivers of Independent Television News reports.
PBS高端访谈:Rate of black lung disease among miners may be 10 times higher than reported2016-12-18
Lung disease is a well-known deadly consequence of working in the coal industry. But a new NPR study finds miners are suffering from the most advanced form of the disease at a rate ten times higher than the government has reported. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with NPR's Howard Berkes about the causes of this late-stage lung disease, possibilities for treatment and why it's been direly underestimated.
PBS高端访谈:The rise of the Five Star Movement, Italy’s ‘rejectionist’ party2016-12-18
The Five Star Movement, Italy’s fastest growing political party, is fully anti-establishment. Started by a foul-mouthed comedian named Beppe Grillo, the group believes the government has been overtaken by corruption and that immigration is to blame for the fact that this generation is less well off than its grandparents. Special correspondent Christopher Livesay reports from Rome.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: In Pennsylvania, Trump thanks black voters2016-12-18
In our news wrap Friday, President-elect Donald Trump visited Hershey, Pennsylvania, for the last stop on his victory tour. There, he thanked his African-American supporters -- albeit to a largely white audience -- touting his success with black voters in the election results. Also, bitter winter weather blasted the northeast, closing schools and roadways and causing perilous driving conditions.
PBS高端访谈:In final year-end press conference, Obama ties Putin to cyberattacks2016-12-18
On Friday, President Obama gave what is expected to be his final presidential press conference, during which he implied that President Vladimir Putin was behind Russian cyberattacks on Democratic Party targets. But he was careful when asked about President-elect Trump’s perceived close ties with Russia. He also said he still believes the U.S. took the right approach in Syria.
PBS高端访谈:Why college should be a journey of listening2016-12-18
Recently, free speech and censorship on college campuses have been hotly debated. Nathan Heller of The New Yorker believes that the solution to this dilemma lies not in the way we speak, but in the way we listen. When people travel, Heller argues, they process their experiences with a fresh, open mind. This is Heller's humble opinion on listening as if you’re on a journey.
PBS高端访谈:A poetry publisher on the math of rejection2016-12-18
Every year, Jeff Shotts, executive editor of Graywolf Press, sorts through thousands of poetry submissions -- and rejects about 99 percent of them. It’s not a success rate poets like to hear, he says, but it’s the reality in the poetry publishing industry. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Shotts about his company’s location in the small press mecca and why there’s never been a better time for poetry.
PBS高端访谈:Can Trump ‘build a wall’ between his presidency and his business?2016-12-17
Dec.15 was supposed to be the day President-elect Donald Trump held a news conference to discuss how he would resolve the future of his business empire to prevent conflicts of interest. The announcement has been postponed until January. Judy Woodruff speaks with Marilyn Geewax of NPR and Richard Painter of the University of Minnesota about what the president-elect needs to do.
PBS高端访谈:Epic destruction leaves Aleppo an empty shell at siege’s end2016-12-17
The brutal fighting in Aleppo, Syria, seems to be over. But even this morning, President Assad's artillery couldn't resist one last go at killing those still trapped. Evacuations of civilians and fighters began Thursday, the devastation of four years of war laid bare. Dan Rivers of Independent Television News reports and speaks with Hari Sreenivasan about what’s left.

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