Wednesday on the NewsHour, as the year concludes, we examine what it told us about the problem of climate change -- and how to address it. Plus: How foreign policy has evolved over the past decade, repairing Notre Dame Cathedral after a devastating fire, late night TV with Lilly Singh, a conversation with "The Other Americans" author Laila Lalami and military musicians sing "Carol of the Bells."
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Monday on the NewsHour, a Saudi Arabian court sentences five people to death for their involvement in journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder. Plus: Boeing fires its CEO after a year of upheaval, why so many children are losing access to public health co...
President Trump on Saturday spoke to a group of young conservatives, calling them "fearless young leaders." And while there are young people engaged and active in politics, a recent Harris poll commissioned by UNICEF USA of 8- to 17-year-olds found t...
On this edition for Saturday, December 21, the historic impeachment of Donald Trump, a government shutdown is averted, and Democratic presidential candidates Julian Castro and Deval Patrick join NewsHour Weekend from the campaign trail to discuss the...
Monday on the NewsHour, the House Judiciary Committee explains its rationale for articles of impeachment against President Trump. Plus: Global climate talks end with little agreement, Politics Monday, protests in India over a law giving non-Muslim re...
On this edition for Sunday, December 15, the House prepares for a historic impeachment vote, how the decline of local news is impacting civic engagement, a new documentary sheds light on Border Patrol expansion, and the Italian town of Riace went fro...
On this edition for Saturday, December 14, the House gets one step closer to impeaching President Trump, a peace deal in Afghanistan faces new challenges, and how illusionist Derren Brown is pushing the boundaries of mentalism. Hari Sreenivasan ancho...
Friday on the NewsHour, the House Judiciary Committee passes two articles of impeachment against President Trump, along party lines. Plus: What's in the first phase of a U.S.-China trade deal, Mark Shields and David Brooks on impeachment and other po...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Justice Department's inspector general answers questions from senators about his report on the origins of the Russia investigation. Plus: Reaction to the analysis of the Russia probe, what prompted a deadly New Jersey s...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, a historic day on Capitol Hill as the House delivers articles of impeachment against President Trump -- and a long-anticipated trade deal. Plus: The details of the USMCA, how strategic mistakes derailed the war in Afghanistan...
Monday on the NewsHour, a long-awaited report on the origins of the FBI's Russia probe finds errors but no evidence of a political conspiracy against President Trump. Plus: The latest on impeachment, an economic giant passes away, the truth about the...
We're briefly interrupting your regular podcast feed to offer a sample of our newest podcast series: Broken Justice. In 1997, Ricky Kidd was sentenced to life without parole for a double homicide he says he didn't commit. And, he argues, his court-ap...
On this edition for Sunday, December 8, the U.S. Navy releases names of the three sailors killed in the Pensacola rampage, House Democrats to present their case for impeaching President Trump, and Ukraine and Russia prepare for peace talks after near...
On this edition for Saturday, December 7, a U.S. official says a Saudi officer watched mass shooting videos before his deadly rampage at Pensacola's naval base, and Scotland eyes an opportunity for independence as Great Britain gets ready to head to ...