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Listen to the PBS NewsHour program in its entirety, including updates, in- depth reports, interviews and analysis, all featuring our senior correspondents. (Updated daily)

Wednesday on the NewsHour, two Justice Department attorneys tell a congressional committee that some of the agency's investigations are politically motivated. Plus: President Trump's controversial plan to move U.S. troops to Poland, meatpacking amid ...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, top U.S. infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci tells Congress he is "quite concerned" about the continuing spread of COVID-19. Plus: An emergency medicine doctor on the pandemic in Houston, President Trump visits Arizon...
Monday on the NewsHour, the World Health Organization records the highest daily total of new coronavirus cases worldwide since the pandemic began. Plus: Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on COVID-19 in his state, global threats against journalists, U.S. e...
On this edition for Sunday, June 21, President Trump hits the reelection campaign trail despite concerns from health experts, COVID_19 cases surge across the country as states reopen, and parents of Asian-American children fear racism in the classroo...
On this edition for Saturday, June 20, Attorney General William Barr tries to oust a top U.S. attorney, weeks-long protests over George Floyd's murder continue around the world, and why the Paycheck Protection Program is failing minority-owned busine...
Friday on the NewsHour, Americans mark the Juneteenth holiday with both celebration and urgent demands for change. Plus: Observing Juneteenth in Tulsa ahead of President Trump's rally there, Tulsa's history of violence against Black residents, Africa...
Thursday on the NewsHour, the Supreme Court hands President Trump a major legal defeat on immigration, a cornerstone of his agenda. Plus: How officials in the U.S. and abroad are responding to John Bolton's claims, Stacey Abrams on voting rights in A...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, a conversation with Sen. Tim Scott about the Republican police reform bill he is leading. Plus: Robert Gates on how the U.S. can overcome the challenges it faces, Japan's pandemic response, the broad coalition of Americans ...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump signs an executive order on policing, as lawmakers continue to work on their own reform proposals. Plus: Use of force in the deaths of Rayshard Brooks and Breonna Taylor, a deadly face-off for China and India ...
Monday on the NewsHour, the U.S. Supreme Court rules job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or transgender identity is illegal. Plus: What the decision means for LGBTQ rights, Atlanta protests intensify after police fatally shoot a bla...
On this edition for Sunday, June 14, Atlanta, Georgia erupts after police fatally shoot a black man, prompting the city's police chief to resign; and protests over George Floyd's death in Minneapolis continue in the U.S. and around the world with dem...
On this edition for Saturday, June 13, President Trump addresses West Point's graduating class, protesters across the global continue to march for racial justice, and coronavirus cases surge as cities and states begin to reopen. Hari Sreenivasan anch...
Friday on the NewsHour, the movement to eliminate symbols of the Confederacy continues to gain steam. Plus: NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace on changing his sport, how young Americans are approaching this pivotal moment in culture and society, the analysi...
Thursday on the NewsHour, the top U.S. military officer apologizes for joining President Trump in a controversial June 1 photo op amid protests in Washington, D.C. Plus: Unemployment in America, protests against racism extend beyond the U.S., the str...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, George Floyd's brother headlines a congressional hearing as lawmakers consider action to address police brutality and racial profiling. Plus: Voting chaos in the Georgia primary, Alabama's rising COVID-19 cases, the risks o...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, George Floyd is laid to rest in Houston, but protests against police violence -- and demands for change -- go on. Plus: Race relations in the U.S. military, the experiences of black journalists covering protests of racism, Re...
Monday on the NewsHour, protests of police violence against black Americans continue to echo across the U.S., prompting calls for major policy changes. Plus: What defunding the police would mean, Sen. Cory Booker on police reform, risks for mail carr...
On this edition for Sunday, June 7, demands for justice for George Floyd's killing and calls for police reform grow as massive protests continue across the U.S. and the world. Also, San Francisco considers a resolution to prohibit hiring police offic...
On this edition for Saturday, June 6, a memorial service was held for George Floyd in the North Carolina town where he was born, and as protests continued in the U.S. thousands of demonstrators around the world took to the streets to rally against po...
Friday on the NewsHour, another tumultuous week in the U.S. comes to a close with some signs of economic progress -- but continued unrest over racism and police use of force. Plus: What May jobs numbers could mean for the pandemic economy, Mayor Eric...