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PBS高端访谈:Meeting White House Press Corps for the last time, Obama looks ahead2017-01-20
In two days his time in the Oval Office will be over. President Obama on Wednesday held his final news conference before the White House Press Corps, defending his decision to commute Chelsea Manning’s prison sentence and looking back at how the nation has changed. But most of the time was spent looking ahead at political challenges and his own role in politics going forward. John Yang reports.
PBS高端访谈:The towering challenge of protecting the Trumps in New York2017-01-20
When Donald Trump moves into the White House, Trump Tower will still be a home of the first family. Securing the skyscraper presents unprecedented challenges, not to mention traffic gridlock, a hardship on nearby businesses and a fight over who should be paying the sky-high costs. The NewsHour’s Rhana Natour reports.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Global temperatures hit record high in 20162017-01-20
In our news wrap Wednesday, data from NASA, NOAA and others show that 2016 was the hottest year since records have been kept, making it the third record-breaking year in a row. Also, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, nominee to be the next U.N. ambassador, said in her confirmation hearing that Russia committed war crimes in Syria and cannot be trusted.
PBS高端访谈:Reassessing the value of care for chronic health conditions2017-01-20
Surgeon Atul Gawande says we need to reconsider health care’s focus on generously rewarding physicians who practice heroic interventions, rather than those who practice incremental medicine for chronic conditions. Gawande talks with William Brangham about the value of that kind of care, and the potential effects of a Republican repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
PBS高端访谈:Is alluring but elusive fusion energy possible in our lifetime?2017-01-20
Limitless power with virtually no greenhouse gases or radioactive waste. If that sounds too good to be true, that's because it is. For decades, researchers have looked for ways to control, confine and sustain fusion as an energy source. But there has been a lot of progress on a small scale, building on years of physics understanding and progress. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports.
PBS高端访谈:What will Betsy DeVos’ focus on school choice mean for public education?2017-01-19
Education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos has neither taught nor worked in a school system, but she and her family have used wealth and influence to create more charter schools and champion vouchers. As educators watch her hearing for an understanding of her views, William Brangham talks to Frederick Hess of American Enterprise Institute and Randi Weingarten of American Federation of Teachers.
PBS高端访谈:UN Ambassador Power warns against 'historical amnesia' in future Russian relations2017-01-19
Outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power used her final speech to focus on Russia as a major threat. Judy Woodruff sits down with Power during her last days in office to discuss troubling actions by Russia and the future of Russian relations under the Trump administration, as well as the Obama administration’s complicated decision not to intervene militarily in Syria.
PBS高端访谈:The first black president faced great expectations. What will be Obama’s legacy on race?2017-01-19
What did the election of America’s first black president mean for the United States? And how did President Obama’s policies and rhetoric advance issues important to the black community? Rael Nelson James of the Bridgespan Group, James Peterson of Lehigh University and Sherrilyn Ifill of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund join Judy Woodruff to discuss the impact of the Obama years.
PBS高端访谈:A way to save money when half of all health costs is spent on a fraction of patients2017-01-19
Health care super-utilizers make up just 5 percent of the U.S. population but they account for 50 percent of health care spending. As health care costs continue to rise, providers are trying to figure out how to find these patients and get to the root of their problems. But the looming repeal of the Affordable Care Act may disrupt those efforts. Special correspondent Sarah Varney reports.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Obama commutes prison sentence for Chelsea Manning2017-01-19
In our news wrap Tuesday, President Obama commuted the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, a former U.S. Army intelligence analyst who is serving 35 years for passing classified files to WikiLeaks. Also, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the Obama administration of trying to sabotage President-elect Donald Trump.
PBS高端访谈:Why is Trump criticizing key allies to U.S. security?2017-01-18
European officials are digesting new comments by President-elect Trump, who told two newspapers that NATO is obsolete, suggested the U.S. might drop sanctions on Russia and said he is indifferent about the future of the EU. John Yang gets reaction from Heather Conley of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Nicholas Burns, the former U.S. ambassador to NATO.
PBS高端访谈:Why so many students from for-profit schools are left in debt limbo2017-01-18
Students who attend for-profit college and training programs are more likely to borrow, borrow more and struggle to repay their loans. Not only that, but the overall graduation rate at for-profit institutions is just 27 percent. Meanwhile, a number of schools have shuttered, leaving former attendees with debt and no way to pay it back. Special correspondent Lizzie O’Leary reports.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Martin Luther King Jr.'s son meets with Trump2017-01-18
In our news wrap Monday, President-elect Donald Trump invited Martin Luther King III to a meeting at Trump Tower amid a very public feud with civil rights hero Rep. John Lewis. Also, Mr. Trump criticized the CIA and its outgoing director on Twitter after John Brennan told FOX News that the president-elect must do more on national security than talk and tweet.
PBS高端访谈:This inauguration, usually a time for unity, defies precedent2017-01-18
Tamara Keith of NPR and Susan Page of USA Today join Judy Woodruff to discuss what to expect from Donald Trump’s inauguration, a war of words between the president-elect and civil rights legend Rep. John Lewis, a growing inauguration boycott by Democrats and pushback by the African American community and Mr. Trump’s pledge for health care coverage for everyone.
PBS高端访谈:How a Georgia county’s campaign of terror drove away its black community2017-01-18
In 1912, news of a violent sexual assault enraged the residents of Georgia's Forsyth County and led to a lynching and the execution of two African American teens, as well as a campaign of terror to drive out the entire black community. Special correspondent Duarte Geraldino talks with Patrick Phillips, author of Blood at the Root, about healing from a history of racial cleansing.
PBS高端访谈:If kratom helps opioid addicts, why might DEA outlaw it?2017-01-17
Some researchers claim that kratom, an herbal psychoactive drug, could help people struggling with addiction.
PBS高端访谈:Why 100 days is a benchmark for presidential performance2017-01-17
While a presidential term lasts four years, the accomplishments of a president’s first 100 days have become the measure of a successful start.
PBS高端访谈:Why Obama failed to close Guantanamo2017-01-16
On President Barack Obama's second full day as president, he issued an executive order to close the prison in Guantanamo Bay within a year.
PBS高端访谈:Homeless veterans take refuge at Arizona encampment2017-01-16
A camp in Tucson, Arizona, serves about 20 homeless people, the majority of them U.S. military veterans seeking shelter, food, camaraderie and refuge from the streets.
PBS高端访谈:Sadiq Khan, London’s first Muslim mayor, on connecting citizens2017-01-16
Sadiq Khan was elected mayor of London in May, making history as the first Muslim to serve in the position.
PBS高端访谈:Shields and Brooks on Russian intrigue in American politics, Obama’s farewell2017-01-15
It was a packed week of congressional hearings for President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees, with inauguration days away. Judy Woodruff speaks with syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks about the Russian intrigue in U.S. politics, the future of Mr. Trump’s relationship to his business and saying goodbye to President Obama.
PBS高端访谈:What we still don’t know after a week dominated by Russia questions2017-01-15
Russia loomed over this week’s congressional hearings. What kind of investigation is needed to look into unverified reports that Russia has information on the president-elect? And why didn’t the White House do more early on to stop Russian hacking? Steve Inskeep speaks with David Ignatius of The Washington Post, who has been compiling unanswered questions about each of the players.
PBS高端访谈:Obama leaves complicated legacy in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria2017-01-15
President Obama came into office with a desire to wind down America’s wars overseas. Today the Middle East is a far more volatile place than it was. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports and Judy Woodruff gets an assessment from Gen. David Petraeus, former Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon, and Eric Edelman, former State and Defense Department official.
PBS高端访谈:News Wrap: Justice Department finds widespread bias by Chicago police2017-01-15
In our news wrap Friday, the U.S. Justice Department charged that Chicago’s police have been violating people’s rights for years. The department found widespread use of excessive force and racial bias against blacks and Latinos. Also, President-elect Donald Trump aimed fresh fire via Twitter at reports that Russia has compromising information on him.
PBS高端访谈:Hearings reveal Cabinet nominees’ views at odds with Trump2017-01-15
At their confirmation hearings, many of the opinions voiced by the president-elect’s nominees were very different from what Mr. Trump proposed during the campaign. From Sen. Jeff Sessions’ position on waterboarding to retired Gen. James Mattis’ take on the Iran nuclear deal, nominees made it clear that the administration will have a diversity of opinions. Steve Inskeep reports.

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