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PBS高端访谈:How the big biomedical bill advances U.S. mental health care2016-12-15
Most of the attention around the biomedical bill President Obama signed on Tuesday has focused on faster drug approval and new money for research. But included within the massive piece of legislation are measures for mental health prevention and care. William Brangham speaks with Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa., about the state of mental health care in the U.S. and what this law attempts to accomplish.
PBS高端访谈:One painter on why understanding art is as simple as looking2016-12-15
What do we see when we look at art? Many of us aren't sure what we're supposed to absorb. For artist David Salle, reading a painting should be natural, not intimidating. He believes that museum-goers should enjoy the act of looking and appreciate how art is made. He sits down with Jeffrey Brown to discuss his new book, How to See: Looking, Talking, and Thinking about Art.
PBS高端访谈:Top GOP lawmakers, Trump at odds over Russia allegations2016-12-14
Republican congressional leaders are calling for an investigation into Russia’s possible influence in the 2016 election. But on Sunday, President-elect Donald Trump dismissed the CIA’s conclusion that the Russians were trying to help him win, calling it ridiculous. John Yang reports on the allegations, as well as the president-elect’s challenge to the longstanding One China policy.
PBS高端访谈:To deny Russian involvement in the election is to deny fact, says Sen. Reed2016-12-14
Amid growing concerns about Russian influence in the election -- including a conclusion by the CIA on Russia’s motivations -- a bipartisan group of senators has called for a serious congressional investigation into the cyberattacks. Judy Woodruff speaks with Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.), a member of the Senate Armed Services committee, about the CIA’s findings and next steps.
PBS高端访谈:‘Repeal and replace’? More like repeal and collapse, warns HHS Secretary Burwell2016-12-14
During the presidential campaign, President-elect Donald Trump promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. But undoing the law and creating a new one may be more difficult than his campaign rhetoric suggested. Judy Woodruff speaks with President Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell about the future of the health care law.
PBS高端访谈:In debate on Russian interference and disinformation, there's a lot we still don't know2016-12-14
The CIA has concluded that pre-election Russian hacking was aimed to sway the vote in President-elect Donald Trump's favor. What could we learn from serious investigations? Hari Sreenivasan gets reactions from two men who have extensive experience in intelligence and diplomacy: Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia, and former CIA director James Woolsey.
PBS高端访谈:Nashville’s storied music spaces threatened with silence2016-12-14
Downtown Nashville has been a backbone of the nation’s music industry for more than six decades, giving the nation stars such as Willie Nelson and Dolly Parton. But the increasing demand for new apartments and office buildings is threatening its historic music spaces. Jeffrey Brown reports on the city’s struggle to find a balance between preserving history and making room for the future.
PBS高端访谈:When will Trump address possible conflicts of interest?2016-12-14
President-elect Donald Trump had said he would address his plan to resolve his business conflicts of interests, but then he canceled his news conference, with the promise of an announcement for January. Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and NPR’s Tamara Keith join Judy Woodruff to discuss that, plus CIA revelations on Russia and potential confirmation hearing drama.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Syrian forces on the verge of recapturing Aleppo2016-12-14
In our news wrap Monday, the Syrian army and its allies appeared on the verge of recapturing the city of Aleppo. The military said it now controls 99 percent of eastern Aleppo, leaving rebels with a tiny enclave. Also, in Turkey, police round-ups were in full swing after twin bombings killed 44 people in Istanbul on Saturday. Officials detailed more than 200 people.
PBS高端访谈:What’s next for U.S. monetary policy2016-12-13
It is widely anticipated that chair of the Federal Reserve Board Janet Yellen will announce an interest rate increase this week during the board’s last meeting of the year.
PBS高端访谈:'Not That Jewish' is a comic roadmap to Jewish-American life2016-12-13
The play chronicles the origins of Monica Piper's life in comedy and her quest to understand what it means to be a Jewish-American woman.
PBS高端访谈:U.S. builds first offshore wind farm2016-12-13
In the U.S. today, wind power accounts for about five percent of all electricity generation, but a new project aims to change that.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Brooks on Trump’s understanding of presidential power2016-12-11
Names of President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks continue to emerge on a daily basis. Judy Woodruff sits down with syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks to discuss whether Mr. Trump’s Cabinet choices are antithetical to their own agencies, the president-elect’s relationship with the press, his predilection for tweeting his complaints and Pizzagate.
PBS高端访谈:Female Marine recruits at boot camp strive to meet the same standards as men2016-12-11
For generations combat jobs in the U.S. military were blocked to women, but not anymore. The question now is can women meet the same rigorous standards as the men in order to qualify for frontline jobs? William Brangham has the second story on women in combat roles.
PBS高端访谈:The ‘thrill of the chase’ in perpetuating fake news2016-12-11
This election cycle saw its fair share of so-called fake news. On December 4, an armed man walked into a Washington, DC, pizza joint, claiming he needed to investigate a story he had heard: that Hillary Clinton and her former campaign manager were hosting a child sex ring there. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with The Washington Post’s Marc Fisher about how and why this fiction spread as fact.
PBS高端访谈:Trump picks Goldman Sachs president to head National Economic Council2016-12-11
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was for the third stop for President-elect Donald Trump’s Thank you tour. He used it to stump for the state's Republican Senate candidate, who faces a runoff on Saturday. Also, the Trump team announced that Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) is the choice for secretary of the interior and that Goldman Sachs president Gary Cohn will head the National Economic Council.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Obama orders review of campaign cyberattacks2016-12-11
In our news wrap Friday, President Obama has ordered a full review of cyberattacks during the presidential campaign, according to the White House. A number of Democrats have complained that Russian hacking was intended to assist the now president-elect. Also, the Senate was divided over a bill to fund the government, as the midnight deadline for its passage loomed.
PBS高端访谈:After Oakland fire, a nationwide crackdown on warehouse spaces2016-12-11
In the wake of Oakland’s fatal Ghost Ship warehouse fire, cities across the country are cracking down on safety at similar live-work? ? spaces; Baltimore artist Que Peque? o was abruptly evicted this week from a building known as Bell Foundry. While the regulations are intended to protect residents, these spaces are often the only places low-income residents can afford. Hari Sreenivasan reports.
PBS高端访谈:Remembering John Glenn, space pioneer and American statesman2016-12-10
Former astronaut and senator John Glenn has died at age 95. In every chapter of his life, whether on Earth or above it, Glenn accumulated achievements -- serving as a Marine fighter pilot in two wars and later launching into space exploration. After retiring from politics, he continued to advocate for NASA. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with science correspondent Miles O’Brien about this American icon.
PBS高端访谈:Does a Wall Street Cabinet discredit Trump's Main Street message?2016-12-10
From the early days of his campaign, one of Donald Trump's rallying cries was to beware of Wall Street. But the president-elect’s Cabinet picks of Steve Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross are stalwarts of the financial establishment. Special correspondent Paul Solman speaks with banker-turned-journalist William Cohan about the relevance of their backgrounds and if the president-elect cheats at golf.
PBS高端访谈:These women aspire to combat roles -- now they’re training for them2016-12-10
For decades, women in the armed forces were barred from the front lines of combat, but today they are eligible for all roles, across all services. Still, disagreement persists about whether this gender integration is effective. In a two-part series, William Brangham follows three female aspiring Marines as they embark upon tougher physical training than military women have ever undergone before.
PBS高端访谈:The ‘thin legitimacy’ of social media as a news source2016-12-10
Due to the proliferation of social media, getting people to read serious journalism is harder than ever, says New York University professor Jay Rosen. Anyone with a smartphone can produce content, and Facebook doesn’t have an editor in chief -- so it’s up to consumers to be selective about their news sources. This is Rosen’s Brief But Spectacular take on journalism in today's digital world.
PBS高端访谈:How far will Scott Pruitt take EPA regulatory reform?2016-12-10
President-elect Donald Trump has selected Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma's attorney general and a critic of climate-change regulations, to head the EPA. Judy Woodruff sits down with Scott Segal of Bracewell and Rhea Suh, president of the Natural Resources Defense Council, to discuss whether Pruitt's background suggests radicalism and the incoming administration's promise of regulatory reform.
PBS高端访谈:Trump meets with first responders to Ohio State stabbings2016-12-10
President-elect Donald Trump left New York on Thursday and flew to Columbus, Ohio, to meet with first responders to last week’s stabbings at Ohio State University. Meanwhile, he formally announced Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma's attorney general and a critic of climate-change regulations, as his pick to head the EPA, and fast-food executive Andy Puzder for labor secretary. Lisa Desjardins reports.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: House passes government funding bill2016-12-10
In our news wrap Thursday, the House approved a bill to fund the government through April. It includes disaster relief for Louisiana and aid for the contaminated water system in Flint, Michigan. Despite its passage, members of both parties complained about the legislative process. Also, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid gave his final speech to the chamber, after serving for 30 years.

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